Sopwith F.1 Camel Wing Strut Cross Section Relic Display

The Sopwith F.1 Camel was one of the most iconic aircraft of World War I and is credited with shooting down more enemy aircraft than any other Allied aircraft type of the war. 

This display includes a very rare 1 x 5-inch cross section of spruce cabane wing strut from a Camel, built and stamped in March 1918. 
This cross section is paired with Ron Cole's original artwork of this aircraft, depicted in the markings of Australian pilot Captain Arthur Cobby, 4 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, mid-1918.  
Each display, measuring 13 x 19-inches, is signed and numbered by the artist. It is framed and ready-to-hang. 
Very limited! 

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