Decendants of the Red Barion

Decendants of the Red Baron, F-86 of JG71

Decendants of the Red Baron, F-86 JG71 aviation art print by Heinz KrebsErben des Roten Baron © Heinz Krebs
Erben des Roten Baron, F-86 JG71 Kunstdruck von Heinz KrebsErben des Roten Baron © Heinz Krebs
Description
In 1961, the first fighter wing of the new German Federal Luftwaffe, led by the famous Ace of Aces Colonel Erich Hartmann, was named JG 71 “Richthofen” after another wellknown German fighter ace, the Red Baron Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen. This aviation art print by Heinz Krebs depicts Erich Hartmann returning from a mission in his JA-111. The nose of Hartmann's F-86 sports the black tulip, his personal emblem throughout World War II. This emblem is carried by all aircraft in his new fighter wing as a sign of loyalty to their boss.
 
Printed on heavy stock, acid-free paper. Certificate of authenticity with every print.

Limited Edition
  • 1250 numbered copies, individually signed by Erich Hartmann and the artist Heinz Krebs.


Overall Height ca.
62
cm
Overall Width ca.
89
cm