VH-UKJ de Havilland D.H.60G Gipsy Moth
is fairly evident under the port wing, but the starboard wing does not
this to be
either "G-A" or "VH-". The inscription on John Hopton's original
print does, I believe,
latter. First registered on 4 April 1929 to Matthews Aviation Pty
Ltd this Moth spent
most (although not
all) of its early years at Essendon. In 1938 it went to Winton,
and just before WW II was owned by Mathesons Aviation and Training
School at Archerfield.
In January 1940 it was
impressed into the RAAF as A7-80. It became INST Moth 7 and was
Struck Off Charge and
scrapped in May 1946. .