Grumman F4F-3 Wildcat Control Surface Linen Relic Display

Own an authentic piece of this historic F4F-3 Wildcat.
The Grumman F4F Wildcat held the air against the Japanese in the early stages of the Pacific War, until the introduction of F6F Hellcat in 1943.    

This piece of very well-preserved control surface linen retains over 95% of its light blue early-war camouflage paint. It was part of a terrific collection of linen and aluminum that was apparently collected c. 1940 to 1942, based upon the aircraft represented (including the Brewster Buffalo and Vultee Vindicator); each piece having been nicely described in black paint by the collector. 

Each section of original linen is paired with Ron Cole's Wildcat composition c. 2009, and nicely presented in a black 11 x 17 inch frame - ready to hang. Each signed & numbered - and very limited. 

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