Consisting of a pencil drawing of Erich Rudorffer‘s Me-262 in action, plus his photo and ORIGINAL signature, plus his Knights Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords (replica).
224 Victory Ace
Erich Rudorffer was initially on the eastern front in command of II./JG54 in 1943. He began to score quickly, for he shot down FIVE aircraft on his first mission! His second mission brought 3 more kills. On January 15, 1945, Major Rudorffer was placed in command of the Me 262 jet fighter-equipped I./JG-7. He became one of the FIRST JET FIGHTER ACES in the world, scoring 12 victories on this aircraft, including ten 4-engined bombers. His all-up score was a staggering 224 VICTORIES! This places him as number 7 on the all-time list. He flew over 1,000 missions and was shot down 16 times, having bailed out 9 times.