Fleet Defender De Havilland Sea Vixen - Framed Print
De havilland Sea Vixen 893 Squadron HMS Hermes Framed Aviation Art Print by Aviation Artist Chris French FGAvA
First shown at the Farnborough Air Show as the DH.110, the Sea Vixen went on to become the standard fleet fighter for most of the 1960s.
This particular aircraft, XJ571, is now preserved at the Solent Sky Museum in Southampton, Hampshire and was originally built as an FAW.1 in 1960. Converted to an FAW.2 in 1964, the aircraft would serve with numerous squadrons and carriers. She is seen here in her last colour scheme as serving on HMS Hermes as part of 893 Squadron. This is the scheme in which she can be seen today.
A NEW RANGE OF AVIATION ART PRINTS READY-FRAMED AND JUST NEEDING TO BE HUNG.
Prints are Digitally Printed and Signed by the Artist
Overall Frame Size 55cm x 45cm (22” x 18”).
Wood moulding is 21mm wide black coloured wood
White window mount and a print aperture of 39cm x 29cm (15.5” x 11.5”).
The image size is typically 15” x 10” (38cm x 25cm).
The print is glazed and the reverse is wax taped and has a hanging cord attached with D-rings.
PLEASE NOTE: THESE ARE NOT OUR STANDARD GICLEE PRINTED PRINTS
Postage is £25 to a U.K address. Delivery to the Essex/ Suffolk area is free or can be picked up from either the artist or us.
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