100th BG Framed Collector's Pieces

After the launch of the much anticipated new limited-series 'Masters of the Air', we're proud to feature two stunning framed collector's pieces in tribute to the 100th BG...

26 January 2024

On the morning of 25 June 1943, B-17s of the 100th Bomb Group went to war for the first time. The 100th Bomb Group is one of the most famous of the Second World War - earning the nickname 'The Bloody Hundredth' and feature heavily in the new Apple Original Series Masters Of The Air. Check out these stunning Framed Collector's Pieces for more info on the infamous unit!



by Robert Taylor

After a brief respite in the freezing weather and with the recent snow beginning to thaw, the B-17 Fortresses of the 100th Bomb Group at Thorpe Abbotts, Norfolk prepare to carry out the Eighth Air Force’s latest mission to Germany, during the harsh winter of early 1945.

Bearing all the hallmarks of a classic Robert Taylor masterwork, this superb FIFTEEN SIGNATURE collector's piece includes not only autographs of highly-respected 100th BG veterans, but also original pencil signatures of some of the most famous B-17 veterans to serve during WWII, including the Pilot of the famous Memphis Belle and a recipient of the Medal of Honor!



by James Dietz

‘Our Gal Sal’, a B-17G of the 351st Bomb Squadron taxis to the main runway at Thorpe Abbotts ready to get airborne and join the rest of the 100th Bomb Group on their latest mission, spring 1944.

 Jim Dietz skilfully portrays the beginning of one of the early Eighth Air Force missions to the heart of the Reich, which has been officially endorsed by the 100th BG Foundation. 

This special copy includes museum-quality reproduction USAAF wings and an 8th AF patch, PLUS the original autographs of FOUR pilots and aircrew who flew with the 100th Bomb Group in Europe during World War II!


These two superb pieces are available for collection from the Steventon Gallery or fully-insured worldwide shipping! CONTACT US TODAY! 

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