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B-24 Liberator Framed Canvas Artwork with Authentic Relic

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7702
$299.99

This Fine Art by Artist Craig Tinder honors the crew of B-24H Liberator 41-28731 and the bomber crews of 392nd Bombardment Group from the US 8th Air Force. 

This Fine Art by Artist Craig Tinder honors the crew of B-24H Liberator 41-28731 and the bomber crews of 392nd Bombardment Group (Heavy) from the United States 8th Air Force. This extremely rare, Limited Edition canvas includes an original remnant of fuselage from B-24H Liberator s/n 41-28731. The relic attaches via a 3M dual-lockÔ connection. The relic is from the aircraft shown in the artwork. After transferring to the 392nd Bomb Group in June 1944, B-24H-10-DT 41-28731, "Picadilly Lillie" was lost in a mid-air collision on 5th July 1944 during a formation practice mission. These remnants were excavated in 2004 near the village of Foxley, Norfolk, England. Framed inside a beautiful black wooden frame that measures 19”w x 13.5”h x 1.75”d. Artwork is easily displayed using the attached sawtooth hangar on the back Includes a Certificate of Authenticity and each piece is signed and numbered by the artist with only 30 made available. Made in the USA. 

This Fine Art by Artist Craig Tinder honors the crew of B-24H Liberator 41-28731 and the bomber crews of 392nd Bombardment Group (Heavy) from the United States 8th Air Force. This extremely rare, Limited Edition canvas includes an original remnant of fuselage from B-24H Liberator s/n 41-28731. The relic attaches via a 3M dual-lockÔ connection. The relic is from the aircraft shown in the artwork. After transferring to the 392nd Bomb Group in June 1944, B-24H-10-DT 41-28731, "Picadilly Lillie" was lost in a mid-air collision on 5th July 1944 during a formation practice mission. These remnants were excavated in 2004 near the village of Foxley, Norfolk, England. Framed inside a beautiful black wooden frame that measures 19”w x 13.5”h x 1.75”d. Artwork is easily displayed using the attached sawtooth hangar on the back Includes a Certificate of Authenticity and each piece is signed and numbered by the artist with only 30 made available. Made in the USA. 


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