Me262 of JV44 by Stephen Brown - Original Drawing

Original pencil drawing on high quality toned art paper featuring an Me262A-1a of JV44 being worked on by ground crew at dispersal at Munich-Riem airfield as the war draws to close in 1945. The aircraft is 'White 5' flown by Unteroffizier Eduard Schallmoser and at other times by various pilots from JV44. 
Presented triple mounted and framed with a replica Luftwaffe eagle and the original signatures of the following legendary JV44 pilots:
Generalleutnant Adolf Galland - JG26, JV44, JG2 and JG27- 104 Victories  Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds. 
Generalleutnant Walter Krupinski - JG52, JG11, JG26 and JV44 - 197 Victories  Knight's Cross with Oak leaves - one of the first to fly an Me262. 
Produced in collaboration with Eyebrook Gallery.


Stephen Brown


image 17 x 9 inches.

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