"Old Glory" Framed Canvas Art with B-25 Mitchell Relic
"Old Glory" Framed Canvas Art with B-25 Mitchell Relic
"Old Glory" Framed Canvas Art with B-25 Mitchell Relic
"Old Glory" Framed Canvas Art with B-25 Mitchell Relic
"Old Glory" Framed Canvas Art with B-25 Mitchell Relic
"Old Glory" Framed Canvas Art with B-25 Mitchell Relic

"Old Glory" Framed Canvas Art with B-25 Mitchell Relic

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"Old Glory" by Artist Craig Tinder

This framed, limited edition Giclée Canvas print by Artist Craig Tinder commemorates the crew members of the 310th Bombardment Group along with their B-25 Mitchells and includes a one-of-a-kind relic.

This art piece was created in conjunction with the team at Hangar 743 and the Prescott foundation who own the flying warbird, "Old Glory".

Each canvas print comes ready to hang with a solid, 2" black stained wood frame and includes an embedded fragment from the actual B-25 Mitchell mounted on a beautifully engraved metallic data plate which outlines the details of the print and relic for all viewers to learn about. As an added touch, each framed art piece includes a metallic, Certificate of Authenticity for added provenance and collectibility.

Choose from 2 different canvas sizes:

  • 18" x 12" (45.7 cm x 30.5 cm) Limited to ONLY 30 Prints
  • 30" x 20" (76.2 cm x 45.7 cm) Limited to ONLY 20 Prints

Each Limited Edition Framed Print is hand-crafted by Artist Craig Tinder using the highest quality materials and archival techniques. Each piece of artwork is created on-demand and typically takes 1-2 weeks for delivery.  

About the Print:

20 April 1945 - Six B-25J Mitchell Medium Bombers of the 12th Army Air Force, targeted the valuable Cento Road Bridge in Northern Italy. Crossing the Reno River and linking Bologna with Ferrara, Italy by rail, this was a highly strategic target for disrupting German supply routes. With no fighters in the area, the B-25s experienced little resistance during this second run on the target. With bomb patterns traversing the NW and SE approaches, the bridge finally received multiple direct hits across the trestle. All the B-25s returned safely, with two of the aircraft sustaining light damage due to the heavy but inaccurate flak.

About the Artifact:

This specific B-25J-15-N came from the engine cowl panel of aircraft SN 44-289398. Now known as "Old Glory", 44-28938 rolled off the assembly line in Kansas City, KS on 9 August 1944 and was immediately dispatched to the 12th Army Air Force, 57th Bomb Wing, 310th Bombardment Group, 428th Bombardment Squadron stationed in Italy. She participated in various bombing operations throughout the war and is one of only two remaining B-25 Mitchells still flying to see combat operations in World War II. She served a number of post-war duties including fire bomber, corporate transport, and air tanker. 16 September 1995, she took the skies once more donning the patriotic livery, "Old Glory".

Craig Tinder has been an aviation artist since 1999 and specializes in rivet-level accuracy. Raised on the fences of the Reno Air Races, Craig has had the opportunity to create illustrations for Medal of Honor Recipients, WWII Aces, as well as the families of veterans looking to commemorate their loved ones.

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"Dear Craig, I have received a copy of your magnificent print of a F4U in U.S.S. Bunker Hill (CV-17) colors. It is truly marvelous and will soon find a place in my WAR ROOM in my home!! Best wishes to you and yours and I do hope that I can meet with you soon. ~ Semper Fi,"

Col. James E. Swett - Medal of Honor Recipient & WW2 Ace - VMF-221 1920-2009Author name

"I collect a fair amount of military artwork rendered in all types of mediums, and so I also end up seeing a wide range of quality as well. Much of what is out there is rather mediocre. But every once in a while, as in your case, a true gem of an artist comes along. In my personal experience, both as a collector of military-themed artwork, and as a long-time student of much of the technology of warfare, your aircraft prints are among the very best I have had the good fortune to acquire. Above all, they are simply fascinating and enjoyable to just look at."

John O.

Las Vegas, NV


"The custom plaques arrived yesterday, not only was the process much faster then I thought it would be, but the plaques look absolutely great! I really love them and I'm sure the rest of my siblings will love them too. Thanks for doing such great work, the plaques will be cherished and appreciated for many years to come.On a slightly different note, I ordered a print of my dad's plane, it should arrive tomorrow, I look forward to seeing it too and am sure it will be every bit as fantastic as the plaques are,

I plan to check out more of your work, maybe there will be other prints I will want as well.

Thanks again for all you have done and continue to do.

Tim L.

Concord, CA


I have just received the print of the A6M Zero and I just had to write to tell you how impressed I am with it. I have, of course, left good feedback for you but the space for writing a feedback comment isn't big enough to say everything I want to say. I really was stunned by the quality of both the artwork and the printing. I feel as if I can run my fingers over the undulations on the aircraft's panels - the whole thing is so three-dimensional. The print quality is second to none and even the paper seems to glow! There aren't many times in life when you buy something for a very modest amount of money and then find yourself speechless with admiration when it arrives but this is one of those times. Although I am mainly a Zero enthusiast I strongly suspect I am soon to become very interested in your other subjects purely because of the quality.

Terry S.

St. Helens, U.K.