Mosquito Aircrew Bronze Sculpture
Mosquito "Mossie" Aircrew
In the Autumn of 2010 David Coeshall approached me with a commission to produce a Mosquito aircrew sculpture. 'Final Check' is the result of his vision
David is a great Mossie enthusiast and is closely involved with the restoration project at the de Havilland Museum. He was a great help to me during the making of the piece and kept me well supplied with photographs and information throughout.
On April 16th 2011 the sculpture was unveiled at the RAF Club in London by former 235 Squadron Pilot Flt Lt Ray Harington and his navigator W/O Bert Winwood who flew together as part of the legendary Banff Strike Wing in Scotland.
20% of the proceeds from the sale of each sculpture will be donated to the fund to restore Mosquito prototype W4050 at the de Havilland Heritage Centre, Salisbury Hall.
The cold-cast bronze sculpture stands 16" high and weighs 4kg (approx).
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Mosquito Aircrew Bronze Limited Edition Sculpture by Aviation and Military Artist Peter Close is limited to an edition of 250
The bronze sculpture is hand cast in the highest quality cold cast bronze in Peter's workshop in Somerset
The Mosquito Aircrew Sculpture will come to you with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist and will be engraved with its own unique edition number - if you would like to request a special number please contact us to check availability
Peter Close © 2010
Bronze Limited Edition Military Art and Aviation Art Sculpture by Military Artist and Sculptor Peter Close