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Hello and welcome to Vector Fine Art Prints. Here you will find a wide selection of Aviation Art prints by renowned artist's such as Frank Wootton, Robert Taylor, Nicolas Trudgian, Gil Cohen, John Shaw, Michael Turner and Ron Stark.

The choice of signed books is second to none and is so extensive that nowhere else can match it online.
We specialize in limited edition bookplates and take part in several book launches throughout the year.
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The book page has been updated with several new titles.

Tail-End Charlies by John Nichol and Tony RennellSignatures


John Nichol & Tony Rennell

This book was signed at the launch but has also had a few signatures added

£130 + postage and packing

Paddy by Wing Commander Patrick Bathropp DFC AFCSignatures

2nd edition

Signed at the launch

£60 + postage and packing

Go Straight Ahead by Ernie BurtonSignatures

Ernie Burton

This is signed by air and ground crew who served at Hornchurch at some point (not just Battle of Britain)
It will take some researching but there are some really rare signatures
Len Stillwell, Jack Stokoe, Dave Davies, to name a few

£125 + postage and packing

Poles in Defence of Britain by Robert GretzyngierBookplate

Robert Gretzyngier

A bookplate signed by four Polish Battle of Britain Pilots

Stanislaw Skalski, Jan Kowalski, Ludwik Martel, Antonio Markiewicz

£145 + postage and packing

This is our last one available with stunning signatures from veterans who fought at 
The Battle  of the Bulge

Churchills Advance by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

In the snowy hills and forests of the Ardennes, in January 1945, the German army’s last
great thrust in the West comes to nothing as a lack of fuel and ammunition bring even the
mightiest of tanks to a cold demise. With the roads swept clear of abandoned armour the
Allies head east towards the German heartland and final victory. 
Signed by four British veterans who fought in the Ardennes offensive
 Alan King – 2 troop “B” Squadron – 1st East Riding Yeomary -D-Day 6 June 1944 - Sword Beach - Ardennes December ’44 - Sherman Tank
Jack Woods – 9 RTR – 34 Armoured Brigade – Juno Beach 19 June ’44 – Ardennes –
Villers aux Toues - Marstric Bridge – Churchill Tank
Leonard Fox – 53rd Welsh RASC – Dispatch Rider- D-Day 6 June ’44 – Gold Beach – 50th Northumberland- Hells highway
Nijmesan – 30 Corp (Market Garden) – Ardennes La Roche December ‘44
Ted Bootle – RASC Attached to 6 Airbourne – D-Day 6 June ‘44
Resupplied Major Howard at Pegasus Bridge- transported troops and ordinance to Ardennes December ‘44

The Dangerous Road to Bastogne by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

On a lonely road, deep among the snowy hills of the Ardennes, American troops gaze in
awe at a German ‘King Tiger’ tank. Despite its apparently vast superiority over Allied
armour, the mighty tank has been abandoned simply through lack of fuel in the latter
stages of the Battle of the Bulge, January 1945.

The print is signed by:
Art Staymates – Served in the 26th Infantry division and was in the first wave to land on the D-Day invasion, wounded
twice and received a Battlefield commission he fought from the D-Day Beaches all the way up into Germany, his final posting
of the war was guarding the top twelve criminals at the Nuremberg trials

Stapme's Final Attack by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

On December 23rd 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge, Squadron Leader
Basil  ‘Stapme'  Stapleton  was flying his Hawker Typhoon of No.247 Squadron on an
offensive patrol from his base at Eindhoven. Behind enemy lines, he spotted a train and
pressed home a determined attack with rockets and cannon fire. Unluckily, as the boiler of
the locomotive violently exploded, shrapnel damaged his aircraft and Stapme had to make
a crash-landing, spending the rest of the war as a prisoner.

Signed by:
Gerald Stapleton – served with 603 Squadron in the Battle of Britain and commanded 247 Squadron flying Typhoons.

Set of the three limited edition prints of only 75 worldwide,
 all matching numbers
comprising of 
Churchill’s Advance, The Dangerous Road to Bastogne, Stapme’s Final Attack

£110 each set


Comprising of the three prints above and the following

Original drawing by Nicolas Trudgian - Abandoned King Tiger - Battle of the Bulge

An original drawing by Nicolas Trudgian
Which carries the original signatures of eight distinguished American Servicemen they are five members from the famed 506th, 101st airborne,
Wild ‘Bill’ Guarnere
Brad Freeman
 Ed Tipper
Buck Compton
Don Malarkey

And Also three members of the 285 F.a.o.b. who where captured and survived the terrible Malmedy Massacre  on the 17th December 1944.
Ted Palach
Harold Billow
George Fox

You can request your own original drawing.

The Battle of the Bulge - Hitler's Final Gamble by Patrick DelaforceBookplate

 Patrick Delaforce

Signed bookplate by the following veterans involved in the Battle of the Bulge
Bertram  Winzer  - was born in Emmaus, Pennsylvania in 1922. Drafted into the Army in 1942, he was assigned to the
elite joint Canadian-American 1st Special Force, a parachute commando unit that would become known as 'The Devil’s Bridge'.
He  fought in the Aleutian Island Campaign at Kiska and Sefula, in Italy at Naples-Foggia, Ansio, and Rome-Arno, and in
southern France and the Rhineland. Awarded a Purple Heart for a shrapnel wound incurred in 1944, Bertram is also the
recipient of several campaign medals.
Thomas “Wally” Clarke – served as a machine gun sergeant under General Patton in the 3rd Army, 26th Division, 101st
Infantry Division, company D.
Martin Fleisher – served with the 9th Air Force, 397th Bomb Group. He first flew missions from fields in south eastern
England, and after D-Day moved to various other fields to support ground troops until V-E Day.  He flew 65 missions,
including D-Day through the Battle of the Bulge.
Frank Maresca - served in the 75th Infantry Division, 289th Infantry, F Company, He was wounded during the Battle of the Bulge.
Walter G. ‘Jack’ Diamond – ‘Jack’ Diamond joined the 487th FS, 352nd FG in October 1944 and flew P51 Mustang
Twyla Sue with them until the end of the war. He was one of the few pilots who not only managed to get airborne during the
Luftwaffe’s 1945 New Year’s Day onslaught of Operation Bodenplatte, but also scored an aerial victory and damaged another as well.
Anthony H Goebel - pilot with the 352nd Fighter Group, claiming a victory on the 27th December ’44.

The Battle for Asch by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

Inspired by the personal account of Major Alden Rigby of the 487th FS, 352nd Fighter Group,
his Mustang is depicted during the epic battle of Asch airfield in Belgium at dawn on the 1st January 1945.
The Luftwaffe's 'Operation Bodenplatte, the simultaneous attacks of airfields in the Low Countries,
came as such a surprise that few of the allied units could respond in time.
 The 487th Fighter Squadron at Asch were an exception and twelve P51s managed to scramble and put up a magnificent flight. 
Before Alden had fully retracted his landing gear he shot down one of the enemy FW190's which was in pursuit of a fellow Mustang.
In the following 25 minutes of furious combat Alden shot down a further three of the raiders, becoming an Ace in  the process,
and for this action he later received the Silver Star. In total, the Mustangs destroyed 24 of the attacking aircraft
and the 487th FS was awarded a Distinguished Unit Citation.

Signed by Major Alden Rigby


Limited to only 10 worldwide
Comprising of The Battle of the Bulge limited edition book, with a custom made slipcase,
 Four matching numbered prints -
Churchill’s Advance, The Dangerous Road to Bastogne, Stapme’s Final Attack,
The Battle for Asch

 and a stunning original drawing which is mounted with an original World War Two Infantryman’s badge with combat oakleave
overall size is 43cm x 37cm (You can request your own original drawing.)

£995 + postage and packing

Raiding the Ruhr by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

Signed by Squadron Leader Tony Iveson DFC AE
Limited edition of only 125 worldwide

Raiding the Ruhr by Nicolas Trudgian

Nicolas Trudgian

This is the artist proof edition of only 15 worldwide signed by
eight members of the famed 617 Squadron
Squadron Leader Tony Iveson DFC AE
Air Commodore John Langston CBE
Flying Officer Basil Fish
Warrant Officer Frank Tilley
Wing Commander John Bell MBE DFC
Flight Lieutenant Alex McKie
Squadron Leader Gray Ward DFC
Flight Lieutenant Murray Valentine

£125 each

There will be an open edition just signed by the artist Nicolas Trudgian available at a later date.

Exciting News!

Due to popular demand, and with over 27 years in the business, we are now introducing a SIGNATURE BUTTON, where you can purchase authentic single signatures of the veterans who are missing in your collection, these can be mounted in frames or in put into books.

Over the many years of collecting, the majority of these signatures have come off damaged prints, we have had the hindsight to put them in a box, and they will be supplied carefully cut to maximise the area around them.
The Vector provenance is all you need!!

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