A rare opportunity to own a piece of World War II history!
This Supermarine Spitfire Mk Ia operated with No. 19 Squadron from RAF Duxford in early 1940. On May 26th, this aircraft (N3200) sortied in support of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of Dunkirk, under the control of Squadron Leader Geoffrey Stephenson. After shooting down a Ju 87 Stuka, Stephenson was in turn shot down by a Bf 109. Crashing onto the beach near Calais, he was taken prisoner by the Germans. Stephenson survived the war, and continued his career as a test pilot until 1954. Spitfire N3200 was recovered from the beach in 1986, and restored to flying condition.
Limited edition, signed and numbered. 8.5x11 inch wall-hanging display, under glass.
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