WW2 RAF Battle of Britain ace GEORGE UNWIN signed handwritten letter

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WW2 RAF Battle of Britain ace GEORGE UNWIN signed handwritten letter

WW2 RAF Battle of Britain ace GEORGE UNWIN signed handwritten letter
Signed First Day Covers. Movie Star signed photos. APOLLO & NASA SPACE. WW2 RAF Battle of Britain ace GEORGE UNWIN signed handwritten letter. 7×5 inch Handwritten letter on notepaper signed by Battle of Britain ace George Unwin in which he mentions the registration numbers of his Spitfires and his decorations. George Cecil Unwin, DSO, DFM & Bar (18 January 1913 28 June 2006) was a Royal Air Force officer and flying ace of the Second World War. 19 Squadron was the first unit to receive the Supermarine Spitfire in 1938, and Unwin was one of the first to fly the machine (K9792) on 16 August. Unwin carried out intensive trials in the type, flying 15 different Spitfires. During these trials, on 9 March 1939, Unwin deliberately crashed a Spitfire (K9797) following an engine failure to avoid a children’s playground at Acton, Suffolk. During the Battle of Britain stationed in No. 12 Group he was credited with 14 enemy aircraft shot down by the end of 1940 and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Medal in October 1940 with a Bar award in December. On 15 September Unwin claimed three Bf 109s destroyed (Luftwaffe records indicate they were Bf 109s from JG 77). On 18 September Unwin added a Bf 110 to his score as his 11th victory. On 27 September Unwin destroyed a Bf 109- Wrk Nr 6162 of JG 52, and on 5 November scored a kill against a JG 51 Bf 109- Wrk Nr 4846. Unwin had now destroyed eight 109s. On 5 November Unwin shot down his final personal victory, a Bf 110 over the English Channel. Unwin was in turn attacked by Bf 109s and Hauptmann Gerhard Schöpfel of JG 26 claimed Unwin as one of two kills he claimed in that engagement, although Unwin was not shot down. At the end of 1940 he was rested and sent as an instructor to No. 2 Central Flying School, Cranwell. WE ARE UACC REGISTERED DEALERS NUMBER RD209. We are UACC Registered Dealers RD209. Flat items are packaged in board backed envelopes with’Please Do Not Bend’ printed to the front. Items larger than 8×12 inches are usually sent in a sturdy tube. We are UACC Registered Dealer RD209. We continue to hold a large number of’Private Signings’ with Concorde Pilots, WWII Veterans, Celebrities and so on, in order to guarantee authenticity. _gsrx_vers_841 GS 7.0.16 (841). The item “WW2 RAF Battle of Britain ace GEORGE UNWIN signed handwritten letter” is in sale since Saturday, August 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Autographs\Certified Original Autographs\Military”. The seller is “buyautographs” and is located in Ashford, Kent. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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WW2 RAF Battle of Britain ace GEORGE UNWIN signed handwritten letter