Into the Teeth of the Wind
Bound for Tokyo, Lieutenant Colonel
Jimmy Doolittle launches his B-25 Mitchell from the heaving deck of the
carrier USS Hornet on the morning of April 18, 1942. 29"x 23" limited
edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by five Doolittle
Stan Stokes. Print captures a quiet yet anxious
moment as the Doolittle Raiders prepare for their daring April 18, 1942
attack on Japan. This painting is dedicated to the memories of the airmen
lost on that day and to the thousands of innocent Chinese citizens that were
killed as a reprisal for their assistance in rescuing the downed crews.
Limited edition 16"x 11" print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Doolittle Raid Signed & Framed
This photograph of Doolittle Raid Bomber #1 - the
B-25 piloted by Jimmy Doolittle himself - taking off on its historic mission
is signed by Lt. Dick Cole, the man who was co-piloting this very plane with
Doolittle! Measures 11"x 9" and arrives framed with a story card and
certificate of authenticity.
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Doolittle Raiders Autographed Photo &
Own an authentic piece of World War II aviation
history! This limited edition, 9"x 6" photograph of a Doolittle Raid B-25
Mitchell taking off on its historic mission is signed by Lt. Dick Cole - the
man who co-piloted Doolittle's B-25 - and is accompanied by a piece of metal
from an actual B-25 bomber. This incredible set is encased in a handsome
16"x 13" wood frame and includes a certificate of authenticity.
American Heroes' Avenging Strike
Robert Bailey. After dropping incendiaries on
highly flammable targets, Gen. James Doolittle - leader of the famed
Doolittle Raid on Tokyo - pulls up to 1,200 feet and releases his bombs.
33"x 24" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
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Stan Stokes. Doolittle's Tokyo raid in 1942
boosted morale in the U.S. and forced the Japanese to deploy more forces for
home defense than they planned. The daring raid is commemorated in this 16"x
11" limited edition print.
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Doolittle Raiders Signed Photograph
This reprint of a World War II photograph, taken
on the USS Hornet on April 10, 1942, captures the Raiders surrounding Lt.
Col. James H. Doolittle in the left front of the group just eight days
before their mission. 10"x 8" photo arrives signed by three surviving
members of the Doolittle Raiders and includes a certificate of authenticity
and full history.
The Royce Raid
Richard Taylor. On April 12, 1942, under the
command of Gen. Ralph Royce and almost a week before the Doolittle raid,
this B-25C and six others - along with three B-17s - of the 5th Air Force
took off from Del Monte in the Philippines to hit the harbor and shipping
targets at Cebu. 35"x 23" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the
artist and by one of only two surviving Royce Raid veterans.
Into the Arms of the Dragon
William Phillips. At a small break in the clouds
over Chuchow, China, crew members of B-25 Mitchell #5 - which is running out
of fuel - bail out following the Doolittle Raid on Japan. 25"x 19" limited
edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by six Doolittle
Raiders, including Lt. Bill Bower (pilot), Lt. Richard Cole (co-pilot), Lt.
Robert Hite (co-pilot), Lt. T.C. Griffin (navigator), Sgt. Ed Horton
(engineer/gunner) and Sgt. D.J. Thatcher (engineer/gunner).
A Gallant Doolittle Raider
David Lee Sample. Depicting bomber 40-2282 just as
Japanese fighters attacked her, this Mitchell bomber was able to return fire
and ultimately evade the enemy, allowing all crewmembers to bail out safely
over China. 21"x 19" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the
Stan Stokes. Here is Jimmy Doolittle flying his
Curtiss Racer in the 1925 Schneider Cup international competition. After
winning the race, Jimmy set a world speed record at 246 mph. 16"x 11"
limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
The Racing Age
Stokes. The golden age of air racing comes alive
in this depiction of the 1932 Thompson Trophy Race, won by Jimmy Doolittle
in his Gee Bee racer. 16"x 11" signed and numbered limited edition print.
B-25 Mitchell Mug
This large, 12 oz. ceramic mug features a
wraparound image of a Doolittle Raider B-25 Mitchell flying toward its Tokyo
target. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
James H. Doolittle Bronze Sculpture
Peter Close. A magnificent work of art, this
limited edition, 16" bronze bust of General "Jimmy" Doolittle - who
masterminded the historic raid on Japan for which he was awarded the
Congressional Medal of Honor and who commanded the U.S. 8th Air Force in
England - includes a deluxe black presentation box with gold embossing and a
cushioned interior and a numbered certificate.
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Doolittle Raiders Clock
This quality timepiece featuring a Doolittle Raid
B-25 includes a quartz movement for superior accuracy. 14" diameter aluminum
frame; made in the USA; battery not included.
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Duck Nose Art Panel
Reproduction nose art from the B-25B 40-2261, flown by Doolittle
Raider Lt. Ted W. Lawson. He and his crew crashed in the China Sea after
their successful bombing of Tokyo. 40"x 18" panel comes ready to hang and
features actual rivet holes, accurate markings, and slight weathering.
It's so authentic, you'll think it's from the actual plane!