Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
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Hawker Hunter F-6 Dutch And Belgian Brothers by Thijs Postma - Poster Only

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Have some brotherly love on your wall with this Hawker Hunter F-6 of the Royal Netherlands Air Force (KLu) with registration N-289 flying next to his brother of the Belgian Air Force with registration Y-OV.
On July 17th, 1951 the prototype Hawker Hunter made its maiden flight. In 1954 it entered service with the RAF. It was exported by Hawker Siddely and under license. The Hawker Hunter served in the air forces of 19 different countries. The Dutch air force used them between 1955 and 1968 with the versions F.Mk.4, F.Mk.6 and TMK.7. They were superseded by the Lockheed F-104G Starfighter.

Characteristics

  • Reproduction of original gouache painting.
  • Museum-quality poster made on long-lasting matte (uncoated) archival paper.
  • Paper-weight: 250 gsm / 110 lb.
  • Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster.