Second preparing to scramble: PLQ1
For Spitfire lovers. A beauty.
Designer Paul Hilditch chose to work with the Spitfire, probably the most famous and most respected aircraft of all time, with good reason to single out the mechanics and the engineers as the heroes. The Spitfire was the brainchild of Reginald Joseph Mitchell CBE FRAeS, (Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society) one of our most celebrated aeronautical engineers. Mitchell was born in 115 Congleton Road, Butt Lane, Kidsgrove, Stoke -on- Trent. By 1919, he had become Chief Designer at Supermarine Aviation in Southampton, later acquired by Vickers. Although he died at the age of 42 his basic design was so sound that the Spitfire was continually improved throughout the Second World War.
Nevertheless, the plaque has a tiny blemish barely visible (a pinhole near the bottom), so the price has been discounted accordingly and will save you 600 $.
Picture 1 the plaque on an easel, pictures 2 and 3 the plaque on a wall and you cannot see the pinhole (pictures taken at 60 cm), picture # 4 the pinhole at the bottom (picture taken at 20 cm) which will save you 600 $.
- Product Width: 47.50cm
- Product Height: 26.50cm
- Product Depth: 2.00cm
- Shape: PLQ1
- Designer: Paul Hilditch and SIGNED BY HIM
- Edition: Numbered
- Collection: 2018 Catalogue,