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Choose from 242 pictures in our Hawker collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Hawker P.1101 Hunter T Mk.7 prototype Featured Print

Hawker P.1101 Hunter T Mk.7 prototype

Hawker P.1101 Hunter T Mk.7 prototype XJ615. First flown on 8 July 1955, the initial shape of the canopy caused severe airflow problems. This photograph shows XJ-615 after having the definitive canopy shape and fairing fitted. XJ615 was delivered to the Royal Air Force, after flight tests were completed, on 1 May 1959, but was written off on 24 June 1964. Date: 1956

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Hawker Siddeley HS-125-600B G-AZHS Featured Print

Hawker Siddeley HS-125-600B G-AZHS

Hawker Siddeley HS-125-600B G-AZHS (msn 25258), retained by Hawker Siddeley Aviation and later re-engined with Garret TFE731 turbofan engines ( to -700 standard), seen with Paris Air show serial number 286. 1. G-AZHSHawker Siddeley Aviation Ltd00.00.71Left Fleet2. G-BFANHawker Siddeley Aviation Ltd28.06.76Left Fleet3. G-BFANMay Ventures Ltd04.04.95Left Fleet4. RA-02806Private Owner03.02.96Left Fleet5. RA-02806Crystal Trading Ltd20.03.96Left Fleet6. VP-CJPCrystal Trading Ltd14.06.96Left Fleet7. G-OJPBCrystal Trading Ltd25.09.97Left Fleet8. G-OJPBHawkair26.09.97Left Fleet9. G-OJPBGold Air International Ltd10.07.98Left Fleet10. TL-ADKPrivate Owner23.02.04Left Fleet11. 9Q-CBCScibe Aircraft29.07.04Stored Date: 1970s

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Squadron Leader D.S. Don - King's Cup Air Race Featured Print

Squadron Leader D.S. Don - King's Cup Air Race

Hanworth Aerodrome, King's Cup Air Race. Hawker Tomtit G-AALL, powered by an Armstrong Siddeley Mongoose IIIA, belonging to the then Prince of Wales (Edward VIII), flown by Squadron Leader D.S. Don MVO CO. - G-AALL, which finished eighteenth at an average speed of 123.42 mph. Note that the performance of the Tomtits in the 1930 King's Cup was quite credible due to handicappers over-estimating the performance of the Tomtit. The Vickers Vellore III G-AASW can be seen in the background, whihc was the last aircraft built at Vickers' Crayford factory. Date: 5 July 1930.

1930

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library