Halesworth Airfield Museum is pleased to present the latest signed limited print by Joe Crowfoot.
Size: 16" (410mm) X 12" (305mm).
The print will be despatched in a strong postal tube.
The price, including insured postage is: £46 in the UK, $67 in the USA and €58 within Europe. Go HERE to see the larger image and to place an order.
Please go HERE to order a copy of "56th Fighter Group Part 1: Kings Cliffe Kindergarten – Halesworth Heyday".
A special edition of Holton Airfield greetings cards, based on designs from paintings by Joe Crowfoot, are available HERE.
Here (below) is a selection of souvenir fridge magnets and cloth patches made especially for the Halesworth Airfield Museum, with designs relating to both the Airfield and the 56th Fighter Group that was based here. These items are exclusive to the Airfield Museum. The magnets are priced at £4 each, and the cloth patches at £6 each. We do not charge for postage but there is a minimum order of three items.
THUNDERBOLT LM-S. Personal aircraft of 56th Fighter Group Deputy CO, Major David Schilling, Halesworth, October 1943.
Magnet measures 112mm long, 27mm high.
THUNDERBOLT LM-J. "Kentucky PUD II". Lt Ralph Johnson, 62nd Fighter Squadron, Halesworth 1943.
Magnet measures 108mm long, 30mm high.
Consolidated B24 Liberator, "The Sharon D", Halesworth 1944.
Magnet measures 126mm long, 25mm high.
B17 "Flying Fortress" 612th Bomb Squadron, 401st Bomb Group, Deenethorpe, Northamptonshire.
Magnet measures 115mm long, 27mm high.
Avro Lancaster BIII, MG–A, JB 652, 7 Squadron, Oakington, Cambs. Crashed at Wissett near Halesworth, Suffolk, 21st December 1943. The pilot, Flying Officer Donald Field DFC, bravely stayed with the aircraft and managed to steer it away from the town of Halesworth potentially sparing hundreds of lives. A memorial to F/O Field´s bravery is erected in the Halesworth town centre.
Magnet measures 137mm long, 25mm high.
Catalina Vickers OA-10A, 5th Emergency Rescue Squadron, Halesworth 1945.
Magnet measures 110mm long, 35mm high.
US 8th Army Airforce. This badge would have been made of cloth and positioned on the left shoulder of GI's uniform, belonging to the US 8th Airforce.
Magnet measures 63mm across.
56th Fighter Group. "Cave Tonitrum", meaning "Beware the Thunderbolt". Later, post war, this badge was changed to "Ready and Waiting".
Magnet measures 62mm high, 61mm wide
489th Bomb Group. The 489th equipped with B24 Liberator bombers were based at Halesworth from May 1944 to November 1944. The motto of the group at the bottom of the badge reads "ex tenebris lux veritatis", meaning "Light is Truth out of Darkness".
Magnet measures 60mm across.
61st Fighter Squadron.
Magnet measures 60mm across.
62nd Fighter Squadron.
Magnet measures 55mm wide, 65mm high.
63rd Fighter Squadron.
Magnet measures 105mm long, 37mm high.
5th Emergency Rescue Squadron Badge Magnet. The 5th ERS arrived at Halesworth, 16th January 1945. They carried out daring rescue missions, mainly in the perilous North Sea, to rescue sailors and downed aircrew.
HMS Sparrowhawk. This Royal Naval Unit was based at Halesworth from 5th August 1945 until February 1946, making Halesworth a Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS).
Magnet measures 50mm wide, 75mm high.
The embroidered patches below are each approximately 3" wide and are shown here smaller than actual size.
Please select magnets and patches from the
drop-down menus below. We do NOT charge for postage but there is a minimum order of three items. For magnets, please use these order forms directly below.
(Scroll down to order the patches).
If you prefer to pay in US Dollars, please use the Paypal form below. Prices are $8 per magnet.
These are the forms (below) for ordering the cloth patches priced at £6 each
If you prefer to pay in US Dollars, please use the Paypal form below. Prices are $12 per patch.
*** We do NOT charge for postage but there is a minimum order of three items.