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Choose from 103 pictures in our Modified 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.


Convair JC-131B O-53-7791 Featured Print

Convair JC-131B O-53-7791

Convair JC-131B O-53-7791 (MSN 243), (the letter O denotes Obsolete), modified as JC-131B test-bed. Assigned to Aeronautical Systems Division, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in January 1971 and sed for zero gravity astronaut training, named Sine Gravitate. With windows removed and two Solar T41 APUs in underwing pylon-mounted pods, this JC-131B was the original Vomit Comet. Disposed of to MASDC (Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center) at Davis-Monthan Air Base in Arizona, sold and placed on the civil registry as N3782V. The registration was cancelled on 12 August 2003. Date: 1970s

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

HMS Wren - Admiralty modified W class destroyer Featured Print

HMS Wren - Admiralty modified W class destroyer

HMS Wren (D88/I88) was an Admiralty modified W class destroyer built for the Royal Navy. She was ordered in April 1918 from Yarrow Shipbuilders Limited under the 13th Order for Destroyers of the Emergency War Program of 1918-19. She was the third Royal Navy ship to carry the name, which was introduced in 1653. Sunk on 27th July 1940 by air attack off Aldeburgh, Suffolk by German Junkers Ju-87 aircraft. Date: circa 1939

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Pattern 1796 Heavy Cavalry Troopers sword, 1814 (c) Featured Print

Pattern 1796 Heavy Cavalry Troopers sword, 1814 (c)

Pattern 1796 Heavy Cavalry Troopers sword, 1814 (c); blade is stamped with the makers name, I Gill; the original hatchet blade made this Pattern useless for thrusting, its lack of curvature also made it an inefficient slashing sword, the blade was therefore modified to a spear-point, the grinding down is traditionally thought to have taken place before Battle of Waterloo; disc guard with the langets removed and the inner edge is ground down to prevent fraying of the wearers uniform. . Sword, cavalry trooper, pattern 1796 Date: circa 1814

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library