This B-29A has no nose art, but it does carry a unit number of BF-627. The paint scheme is a post WWII standard for the B-29 in an era when nose art was not allowed.
The Superfort was delivered as a B-29A during WWII, but served the war effort as a TB-29 trainer. After the war, the B-29 was stationed in England, where it was used to drop agents behind the iron curtain. The B-29 was reported to have been lost on several occasions. The B-29 was eventually retired to the US Army Aberdeen Proving Grounds, where it was in storage to be used as a gunnery target. The B-29 was rescued by the museum before it could be destroyed.