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  1. comiso90

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    I've always been anti-autograph for sports and movie stars but historical figures and aviation heros are a different matter. Here a a few:

    Chuck Yeager
    Eric Hartmann
    Joe Kittinger
    Mike Melvill

    I have Henry Ford someplace too but I cant find it.

    Add yours!
     

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  2. DerAdlerIstGelandet

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    I do not own to many. From WW2 I own:

    Willie Reschke
    Col. Jerry Sage
     
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    As a collector of aviation art by some of the most famous aviation artists, I've got many autographs from pilots who have signed the limited edition prints that decorate the walls of my home.

    German fighter pilots

    Adolf Galland
    Erich Hartmann

    B-17 pilots

    Captain ALVIN BROWN
    General ROBERT BURNS
    Colonel WILLIAM LAWLEY - Medal of Honor winner
    Colonel HARRY MUMFORD

    P-38 pilots

    Captain LARRY BLUMER
    Lieutenant Colonel JOSEPH A. DOBROWOLSKI
    First Lieutenant ROBERT C MILLIKEN
    Colonel DICK WILLSIE

    Battle of Midway pilots

    Lt. Commander Dick Best - SBD
    Major General Marion Carl -F4F
    Captain Robert Elder -SBD
    Commander Bill Esders -TBD
    Scott McCuskey - F4F
    Captain Jack Reid - PBY

    And last but not least.....

    17 of the Doolittle Raiders

    Lieutenant Colonel RICHARD E. COLE
    Staff Sergeant Rev. JACOB DeSCHAZER
    Major THOMAS C GRIFFIN
    Major NOLAN A. HERNDON
    Brigadier General EVERETT W. HOLSTROM
    Major General DAVID M. JONES
    Lieutenant Colonel FRANK A. KAPPELAR
    Lieutenant Colonel JAMES H. MACIA
    Lieutenant Colonel HARRY C. McCOOL
    Lieutenant Colonel CHASE J. NIELSON
    Colonel HENRY A. POTTER
    Major HOWARD A. SESSLER
    Captain J. ROYDON STORK
    Staff Sergeant DAVID J. THATCHER
    2nd Lieutenant Richard A. Knobloch
    Sergeant Joseph W. Manske
    2nd Lieutenant Charles John Ozuk

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    Which Hartmann print do you have TO?
     
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    TO, don´t you have any address of any Dollittle raiders?
     
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    Well if we are going to break it down like that:

    German Pilots:
    Willie Reschke

    United States
    Col. Jerry Sage (OSS Leader and Founder)

    Music:
    James Hetfield
    Kirk Hammett
    Lars Ulrich
    Jason Newstead
    Scott Stapp
    David Coverdale
    Puddle of Mudd (the whole band)
    Monster Magnet (the whole band)
    Dimebag Darrell

    Sports:
    Jerry Rice
    Steve Young
     
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    "Brillanten am Himmel" (Diamonds in the Sky) by Heinz Krebs

    TO
     
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    Sorry, but I dont.

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    Very nice. Its like hanging up bank account on the wall. There will never be another Eric Hartmann. If I loose this job I'll let you buy my "Sting of the Black Tulip"! :D

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    "Sting of the Black Tulip" is a beauty. If my IRA continues to melt, I'll be sellin' "Diamonds"!

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