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Clearance sale aviation art prints

Grab a print or two before they are all gone.

Now that we are semi-retired we need to clear out some stock. All prints are in perfect condition and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.

First come first served – when they're gone there gone! Remarques are excluded from this offer...sorry! Offer prices only available direct from SWA. Satisfaction guaranteed. The Buy One Get One Free offer also applies to these prints.

Many prints are below half price.

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Lancasters over Kynance
Mustangs Over the Reich
Banff Raiders
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Typhoon Scramble Lightning Tribute Heading For The Convoys
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Tireless Vigilance
Dawn of a Legend
Dawns First Light Welcome Sight
Mosquito Coast Dawns First Light Welcome Sight
Spitfires - Safely Home Homeward Bound Phantom Patrol
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Mission Accomplished Honor the Brave Close Encounter

A unique opportunity to own a magnificent
oil painting at a ‘trade' price.

Originally bought by us from the artist
the painting remains in perfect condition.

The Customs House

The Customs House

an original oil on canvas painting

by world renowned maritime artist, Rodney Charman


SALE: Due to owner retiring this fabulous painting is reduced to clear.
Please see below.

The artist's description of the painting follows: Sailors and workmen gather
to listen to the Salvation Army. Shopkeepers and housewives come to their
doorways and customs officers stop work to hear the singing in front of
the Customs House on Poole Quay on a winter's evening in 1905.
The Customs House was erected on the site of a previous building that
burnt down in 1813. The design of the building was based on the Guildhall
with steps leading up to the first floor where transactions were made.
Weighing, examination and storage took place on the ground floor.
The wooden mast with twin arms is a replica of the Town Beam which
was used to weigh goods taken into and out of the town.

The dimensions are 42” wide x 28” high (107cms x 71cms)

48” x 36” framed (122cms x 91cms)

Price: £1750.00

SAVE £1000. SALE PRICE £750







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