Original large artwork drawings from Janes Harrier book for sale

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ORIGINAL-HARRIER-ARTWORK-FOR-JANES-SPECTACULAR-1984_W0QQitemZ290000934826QQihZ019QQcategoryZ96838QQcmdZViewItem

This guy's shop is literally 15 minutes drive from my house, so if anyone is interested I can go take a look. Expensive, but might look great on a wall ;)
 

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*Sigh* My budget won't reach for it at the moment. Though if anyone here wants to form a group buy, I'll certainly join in.

There's some other items on his lists that some folk here might find interesting. I didn't see anything else that really interested me, but he does have a lot of interesting material.
 

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overscan said:
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ORIGINAL-HARRIER-ARTWORK-FOR-JANES-SPECTACULAR-1984_W0QQitemZ290000934826QQihZ019QQcategoryZ96838QQcmdZViewItem

This guy's shop is literally 15 minutes drive from my house, so if anyone is interested I can go take a look. Expensive, but might look great on a wall ;)

Indeed, the seller looks reputable and the price isn't unreasonable. It is interesting to notice that this actual "bricks and mortar" merchant has put on a "Buy it now" price instead of playing the auction game.

It is interesting that this seller is honest enough to admit that the drawings were rescued from a "skip," which of course is known as a "dumpster" in North America. A little honesty goes a long way.
 

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elmayerle said:
There's some other items on his lists that some folk here might find interesting. I didn't see anything else that really interested me, but he does have a lot of interesting material.

You're right, there is some interesting stuff at this fellow's store.

Especially, the 8 page brochure on a 1957 "beam riding" surface to air missile. It looks a bit like the naval missiles codenamed "Popsy?"

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BEAM-RIDING-ANTI-AIRCRAFT-MISSILE-Aero-Research-1957_W0QQitemZ8392218612QQihZ021QQcategoryZ66457QQcmdZViewItem
 

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