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THE LAST SORTIE OF JAGUAR XZ378 - Various Signed Editions


Price per Unit (piece): £75.00


Michael Rondot's landmark 100th limited edition release.


As a fitting tribute, the artist has chosen to depict an aircraft he flew himself, Jaguar XZ378, on its last mission flown on 31st May, 1990.

His painting captures the speed and excitement of low-level operations as Jaguars of 6 Squadron, from RAF Coltishall, thunder through a valley on an attack sortie.

Jaguar XZ378 has been retired into a private collection.


This is Michael's 20th published release of the Jaguar, an aircraft that he himself amassed 2000 flying hours in operationally and sadly it is to be his last release of this iconic aircraft.


Important Note: Proceeds from this limited edition will be donated to the RAF Bentwaters Cold War Museum in Suffolk.

 

Only 100 copies of this limited edition have been produced.

 

THE EDITIONS: All prints have been personally signed and numbered by the artist.


Signed and numbered: £75.00 (artist signed only)

Michael Rondot - a former RAF pilot who flew Jaguars and the main aircraft depicted, "EP" XZ378

 

The following editions have all been personally signed by distinguished, veteran RAF pilots who flew the Jaguar;


Group Captain William Pixton DFC AFC - flew with 14 Sqn, 226 OCU and was the Jaguar display pilot. He was OC 41 Sqn and Boss of the Gulf War JAGDET.

Group Captain Ian Hall - flew with 54 Sqn and 6 Sqn and is the author of "Jaguar Boys".

Group Captain Steve Griggs AFC - flew with 54 Sqn, was OC 41 Sqn and STANEVAL at RAF Bruggen where he was accidentally shot down by a Sidewinder missile fired by an RAF Wildenrath-based F-4 Phantom. A few months later he ejected again after in-flight fire.

Squadron Leader Dave Bagshaw AFC - flew with 41 Sqn, 226 OCU as the Jaguar display pilot and aged 53, was the oldest Jaguar pilot in the Gulf War.

Flight Lieutenant Brian Gardner - flew with 54 Sqn after a previous life flying Canberras and Vulcans. He flew missions on OP "BLACK BUCK" during the Falklands War and was the AAR pilot on the mission that landed in Rio de Janiero.

 

Artist's Proof with a squadron badge drawing on the print border: £120.00

Remarque copies have a detailed drawing of a Jaguar with a squadron badge added to the print border: £235.00

Double remarque copies have two detailed drawings with squadron badges added to the print border: £300.00

Canvas prints mounted on stretchers ready to drop into a frame. The image size is 30x20 inches: £300.00

 

The Remarques

Each remarque edition will have a unique, original pencil drawing produced by the artist on the lower border area.

 

 

Double Remarque editions

 

Please make any personal drawing requests at the time of ordering.

 

 

Overall Print Size: 70mm x 500mm



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Last Updated: Sunday, 08 December 2019 00:41


 

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