Birth of the Few
Limited Edition Print
It commemorates a moment in British and RAF history from October 1939 when Flt. Lieut. Patrick Gifford of 603 City of Edinburgh Sqdn. RAF shot down the first enemy aircraft over British soil during WW11. - The war was barely a month old.
The lower margin of the print contains the following details;
l-r The badge of 603 City of Edinburgh Squadron, Picture of Flt. Lieutenant Gifford immediately after landing having just shot down the bomber, copy of Flt. Lt. Gifford's signature from his flight log book, Title of the Limited Edition print, Signature of the artist Ian M. Fraser, badge of the Military Museum Scotland, the words Limited Edition under which will appear your Limited Edition issue number.
This limited edition print of 603 copies can be supplied framed or un-framed and comes with, a certificate of authenticity, companion print and a booklet fully detailing the story behind the production of the print (available on A4 or A5 format)
Your purchase of the above Limited Edition Print does not transfer copyright ownership. You may use the image for personal, non-commercial use only, unless specifically licensed to do otherwise by the Military Museum Scotland. This purchase represent a single copy license and may not be construed as a transfer of title.
The full Limited Edition Print package of the 'Birth of the Few' is available today at the following price: