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LIMITED & OPEN EDITIONS

 

The Candy Clipper

by

Tony Weddel

 

Despite opinions to the contrary, biplanes were operated by the USN during WW-II.  In this scene, a Grumman J2F Duck, "The Candy Clipper", whose name resulted from earlier missions devoted to flying candy and other supplies to General Douglas MacArthur, rescues a pilot who had been shot down over Mindinao, Phillipines in 1942.  Captured duing it's take-off run, the rescued pilot is pointing skyward, warning his rescuer of an approaching Japanese Zero. This 17" x 23" print is available in both a Limited Edition  signed by Tony Weddel and an unsigned Open Editions.

To safely order with your credit card, click the appropriate order button.  Limited edition customers will have their credit card charged $29.95 plus $10.00 ($15.00 foreign) shipping and handling.   Open edition customers will be charged $24.95 plus $10.00 ($15.00 foreign).  Credit card orders will be processed thru PayPal.

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LIMITED EDITION

 

DOMESTIC U.S. and POSSESSIONS ONLY

  TOTAL CHARGE IN U.S. DOLLARS: $39.95

 

NON-U.S. ORDERS USE THIS ONLY

  TOTAL CHARGE IN U.S. DOLLARS: $44.95

 

OPEN EDITION

 

DOMESTIC U.S. and POSSESSIONS ONLY

  TOTAL CHARGE IN U.S. DOLLARS: $34.95

 

NON-U.S. ORDERS USE THIS ONLY

  TOTAL CHARGE IN U.S. DOLLARS: $39.95

 

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