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AC-003 Rickenbacher airplane aircraft pencil drawing

Artist: Tim Forhan

Color: Black & White

Date: 2010

Medium: Pencil

Item# AC003


This is a re-print of the original drawing

Does not include frame or matte

Original Signature on re-print is available for

an additional cost

Rickenbacker - pencil drawing

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Tim Forhan's pencil drawing of 'Rickenbacker' (formerly known as Riechanbacher), makes you feel like you were present during this flight. Edward Reichenbacher, born on October 8, 1890, was the son of German-speaking Swiss immigrants who made their home in Columbus, Ohio. After joining the service in the United States military during World War 1, Edward changed the spelling of his last name to Rickenbacker to avoid anti-German sentiment; thus why you will find two different spellings for his last name. Rickenbacker was awarded a spot in one of America's air combat units (the 94th Aero Squadron, known as the 'Hat in the Ring'), by the Military. Rickenbacker shot his first plane down on April 29, 1918 and on May 28th he shot down a 5th plane and became an 'Ace', and then was awarded the 'French Croix de Guerre (a French bravery award) for his five victories. As you can see, Tim loves to draw aircraft that have an extraordinary pilot behind the story. The intricate details of this pencil drawing, stirs your imagination of what this particular flight might have been like, in it's day.

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