by Ronald Wong Signed by Paul W. Tibbets, Jr. and Paul W. Tibbets IV
Hand-Numbered: 524 of 1000 Size: 20" x 28" Original List Price: $349.95 Minor Imperfections (See Below)
On August 6, 1945, Paul W. Tibbets, Jr. then a colonel, piloted the B-29 superfortress Enola Gay on the mission that would end WWII. Decades later, his grandson, Col. Paul W. Tibbets IV, flew mighty B-2 bombers. Commissioned by Brig. Gen. Tibbets, this dramatic image by aviation artist Ronald Wong shows both planes streaking through the sky. Signed by grandfather and grandson and the artist, printed on heavyweight archival paper with archival inks, individually numbered lithograph meausures 28" x 20". Limited edition of 1,000. Includes certificate of authenticity.Condition Notes (Please Read Carefully): The back of the lithograph has gotten a bit dusty and dirty and has some light marks. There are also some marks on the face of the lithograph near the top and bottom right corners (see photos). Finally the bottom right corner is lightly dog-eared. Thanks for shopping at Red Tag Outlet! You'll find our store policies below — please take the time to read them before buying. If you have a question, please We'll respond promptly! Payment Policy Shipping Policy Payment is due within 7 days of the date of purchase. If you won't be paying immediately, please let us know when to expect your payment. Most orders ship within one to two business days. Please be sure to select the correct shipping address during checkout — this is the only address to which we can ship your order. If you have questions about how to add a new address, etc., please contact us before completing checkout. Return Policy International Buyers Policy If you'd like to return an item, please contact us within 7 days of the delivery date for a return authorization. Returns must be in original condition and must be received within 14 days of the delivery date. Once we've received your return, we'll refund your full purchase price (not including shipping costs). Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying. These charges are normally collected when you pick up your package or when it is delivered — do not confuse them with additional shipping charges. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" — US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.
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