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Concorde over Brooklyn Bridge New York
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Concorde & Spitfire This is a flown Concorde Turbine Blade and a solid piece of metal is of a Battle of Britain Spitfire Mk1Fuselage R6753, flown by Flight Lieutenant David John Pinckney in which he was shot down in combat on 29th August 1940 by a German BF 109e.Pilot Pinckney bailed out safely with slight Injury and minor burns. The aircraft was from 603 Squadron.The wreckage of this Aircraft has been recovered and is now on display at The Battle of Britain Museum in Hawkinge Kent Photograph Concorde G-BOAA with Battle of Britain Spitfire P7350 over the white cliffs of Dover Signed Photograph by Jock Lowe Senior Concorde Pilot and Legendary Late Spitfire Test Pilot Eric Winkle Brown, Photograph by Adrian Meredith Special Limited Edition of 75 Number Only a few left.
Product Code: CP1619
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