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An artist rendition of a Tiger Moth in the air. the plane is Air Force an off yellow simulating Air Force colours the ground below in done with pencil. The picture is labeled The Dehaviland "Tiger Moth"
Photograph of a Tiger Moth sitting on a grassy field. the call letters are G-AMTV, there is no one in it. The fuselage in painted bright red while it has silver wings.
A picture of a Tiger Moth just above a grass landing strip. There is a RCAF rondel visible but not the call letters. A lone pilot is on board.
A photograph of a restored RAF WWI aircraft. The tail number on it is B7270. The colours are very dark blue, red nose with an RAF rondel. The upper wings appear to be a lighter blue.
A photograph of a USAF P-51 North American Mustang in flight. The tail number for this aircraft is 415080. The print is in a gold painted wooden frame measuring 21 7/8 inches by 15 6/8 inches.