Willhelm Schillings Yellow 1 as it looked in February 1944 at Ludwigslust. Several publications are giving the W.Nr for this aircraft as 440 141 which is a WNF W.Nr. The relase of Eduards 1/48 Bf109G-6 includes decals for this aircraft and the instructions are consequently showing a wing pattern for a WNF aircraft too. The problem is that the camouflage on the fuselage of this aircraft is a very typical Erla camouflage.
Going through a JG54 losslist compiled by Bob Wartburg I found two entries for a Yellow 1 flown by Schilling on the same date in February 1944. One is the aforementioned 440 141 and the other is 27 068. Now 27 068 IS an Erla built Bf109G-6 so it's also quite likely the correct W.Nr for this particular Yellow 1. This also means that the wings would have had the saw toothed pattern rather than the WNF one.
For a run down of the various pattern, check my previous blog post on the subject!