Squadron Leader Neville Duke

David Bryant





This incident took place on 24th May 1944 just north of Anzio Nettune in Italy, when pilots of 145 Squadron met mixed formations of Messerschmitt 109s and Focke Wulf 190s on their way to bomb allied troop positions. A total of eight German aircraft were brought down, including two Fw 190s by Duke himself, with no loss to the RAF. Duke went on to become a chief test pilot for Hawker, and was credited with raising the world air speed record to 727 m.p.h. in a specially modified Hawker Hunter.



A limited Edition of 350 Signed and Numbered Prints. Print Numbers 1 - 150, Artist Proofs and Remarque Prints are accompanied with matching numbered Companion Print "Final Victory"

Final Victory by David Bryant Companion Print


Each print is accompanied with a matching numbered certificate of authenticity.

Overall Print Size 33" x 27" Inches Printed in lightfast inks on acid free archival paper.


Artist Signed Print
UK £60.00 Edition Size - 350 (Print No's 151-350)

Signed and Numbered Print (With Companion print Final Victory)
UK £80.00 Edition Size - 350 (Print No's 1-150)

Artist Proof Print (With Companion print Final Victory)
UK £95.00 Edition Size - 15

Remarque Print (With Companion print Final Victory)
UK £185.00 Edition Size - 10

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Helpful information regarding our Limited Edition Prints

Limited edition print:

An edition of identical prints, numbered sequentially and individually signed by the artist, having a stated limit to the quantity in the edition. Following publication the printing plates are destroyed. Almost all the aviation art and aircraft prints featured on this website are authenticated with the original signatures of distinguished military personnel.

Artists Proof:

An old tradition of reserving a quantity of prints for the artist's use, usually equal to about 10 % of the edition. In the early days of printing, these prints were the only remuneration the poor artist received. Proofs are signed by the artist and numbered showing the quantity of Artist's Proofs issued in the edition. Because of their highly restricted number, Artist's Proofs are sold at a higher value than the regular prints in the edition.

Publishers Proof:

A quantity of prints, not always announced or issued at the time of publication, usually equal to no more than 10% of the edition. These are reserved for the publisher's use, mostly for donation to Museums, Service establishments, Service Associations, and the like. Quantities of Publishers Proofs, sometimes issued with a supplementary print, may be made available to collectors either at the time of publication, or at a later date, depending upon availability.

Remarqued print:

A print issued with an original pencil drawing by the artist in the margin, each numbered out of the quantity of individually remarqued prints in the edition. The quantity of remarqued prints in any one edition generally is between 25 and 50. Each remarque drawing made by the artist is slightly different, thus making each print totally unique. Remarqued prints may be available at the time of publication, or announced at a later date, depending upon the artist's work load at the time .Please be aware that Remarque prints can take up to six weeks for delivery. An artist remarqued print is the ultimate collector item in terms of reproduced work.

Companion print:

An additional print, usually issued with smaller dimensions, published to compliment a limited edition, and usually issued at the same time.

Matted (or mounted) print:

A print fitted into an acid-free or conservation matt (or mount), ready for framing.

Original drawing:

An original work individually drawn by the artist, completed in pencil, ink, or other medium, and personally signed by the artist. Being an original work each drawing is unique and different.

Certificate of Authenticity:

A certificate issued by the publisher stating the total quantity of prints issued in the edition, confirming authenticity of the signatures, and in the case of a limited edition, inscribed with the matching unique number inscribed on the individual print. Collectors are advised to keep certificates safely as a future means of provenance. All our aviation art and aircraft prints are issued with a certificate of authenticity.



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