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Lt. Walter Schuck ~ by L. Ortega (signed by Walter Schuck) ~ 40% Off ~ Free Shipping

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Print Size 16" x 20" Lithograph ---- Limited Edition 225 Prints signed by Walter Schuck and the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

1st Lt. Walter Schuck, who made his name with JG5 Eismeer in the Far Northern fighter actions, joined his comrades Theo Weissenberger and Heinrich Ehrler in JG7 toward the end of the war. The lean, deadly Schuck had 198 kills against the Red Air Force at this time. In the Me262 he added a further 8 victories against the Western allies-four of them four-engine American bombers. The aggressive Schuck was another who had difficulty confirming many victories in the jet because of the speed of the machine and the problem of scattered wingmen after high-speed sweeps through the bomber formations. Schuck is believed to have numerous additional jet kills-some German sources estimating his tally as high as thirty unconfirmed victories. He ended the war with 206 confirmed kills and Oak leaves to his Knight's Cross.

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  1. Loved it . 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Jul 2021

    Unconfirmed best jet fighter of all time with 12 confirmed kills and 30 unconfirmed kills with the ME 262 . The 12th. best fighter pilot of all time . Every part of the purchase was great . Will definitely buy again . O

  2. Great Print 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Dec 2019

    Very nice print, loved the quality and price. My little nephew loved it and now wants to build a ME-109 model.

  3. Humble He Is Not 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Feb 2016

    The artist somehow captures the "attitude" of the pilot which is that of a pilot who knows he is very good at what he does. The planes themselves are amazing. The prop on the ME 109 appears to be spinning without obvious intent on the part of the artist. Having seen other renditions I know the 262 is hard to draw. Apparently not for this artist.

  4. 50% off 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Feb 2016

    Great Bargain

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