The third release in the highly collectible Hartmann Trilogy which also included Sting of the Black Tulip and Birth of a Legend
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360Limited Edition $1,425.00 Signed by Erich Hartmann
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One SetHartmann Trilogy set $4,495.00 Includes all three Limited Edition prints, Sting of the Black Tulip, Eagles at Dawn & Birth of a Legend - not matching numbers


On Thursday, August 24th, 1944 a 22-year old Oberleutnant Erich Hartmann powered his Me109G fighter in a spectacular low pass over his squadron’s airstrip in north-eastern Romania, wagging his wings to the cheering Luftwaffe personnel on the ground below. The young flaxen-haired pilot had just become the first fighter Ace in history to bring down 300 enemy aircraft in combat.

In this dramatic rendition, the world’s number one aviation artist captures a brilliantly colorful mid-winter scene during the final phase of war on the Eastern Front. Glinting in the sub-zero early morning sunlight as fresh sow begins to fall, and led by their Gruppenkommandeur Erich Hartmann, the Me109G fighters of I./JG53 scramble off the snow covered airstrip at Veszprem in Hungary, February 1945. They will intercept waves of Russian fighters and bombers in the skies above Czechoslovakia in a last ditch attempt to repel the impending invasion.


Specially published as the second in a commemorative set of three highly restricted editions, each print has been individually signed by Erich Hartmann in 1990.

Oberst ERICH HARTMANN Knights Cross with Oak Leaves Swords & Diamonds – 352 victories


We currently have available all three prints in the Hartmann Trilogy set – one of the most collectible portfolios ever released. Our prints are not matching numbers, but it represents a rare opportunity to collect all three stunning pieces.

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Overall Print Size

33 x 25 inches

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