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VF-103 Jolly Rogers, F-14 Tomcat, US Navy, Prizm holographic lasers, Custom

The original VF-103 squadron insignia was a cloverleaf, and the aircraft tailfins had a horizontal yellow arrow outlined in black. Later a stylized aircraft darting through the leaf was added, along with a baseball bat. The baseball bat stemmed from an early skipper who often carried one with him. In 1991, VF-103's aircraft used the squadron insignia for tail-art, in place of the bold arrow. When the Sluggers became the Jolly Rogers following the disestablishment of VF-84 (1955-95), they adopted the famous white skull-and-crossbones.

 

The Jolly Rogers have always displayed some of the most recognizable squadron markings in the world: sinister white skull-and-crossbones on all-black tails, with gold bands wrapped around the tip of the tail fins, and black bands with gold chevrons (known as vagabonds strips from the Crusader days of VF-84) run down the sides of the forward fuselage.

 

This art card is completely customizable.  We can graphically change the player, names and teams with logos.  We offer different holographic designs and patterns.  If you have ever wanted one of these but coudn't not afford thousands, here's your chance to customize your very own design with us. Contact us now and we will answer your questions. 

 

These cards are designed to be art for display, not monetary value like in the card market.  

 

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VF-103 Jolly Rogers, F-14 Tomcat, US Navy, Prizm holographic lasers, Custom

$79.95Price
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