Military Art Prints

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    Battle School Framed Credo

    MSRP: $295.00
    The ideal gift for someone with some time up, and who appreciates the sacrifices made to serve your country. Perfect for the man cave, the den, the shed, mess hall or ESO. The Battle School Credo, originally a small metal sign on the fence at the Battle School HQ in Tully QLD (now the Combat Training Centre - Jungle Training Wing) precision-framed, with the hat badge of your choice. The completed frame measures 600x550mm, ready to hang in your home, office, hall or shed. The quote is attributed to Brigadier George Mansford AO. Each of these frames is painstakingly hand-made and finished so please allow at least 3-4 weeks for design and creation plus a week to ten days for freight. Freight is generally between $35 and $65 on these items, depending on your location.
    $268.18 $204.55 GST added at checkout
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    11 Battalion AIF Egypt

    Officers and men of the 11th Battalion, AIF at Cheops, posed on the Great Pyramid of Khufu near Mena Training Camp in Egypt. This iconic print features some 740 members of the 11th Australian Infantry Battalion, prior to being deployed to the Dardanelles, and leading the Gallipoli landings in 1915. Framed alone, with a brief description, or framed as a set piece with hat badge, colour patch, riband bars and accoutrements, this print is an outstanding statement for a family wall, study, office, mess or hall. The A3 size is available at this price. The large size print area version is approximately 750mm x 550mm. Prints and posters require mailing tubes, requiring a minimum pack and post fee of $9.90.
    $16.36$52.73 GST added at checkout
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    Keep Calm and Carry On

    Keep Calm and Carry On: The poster was initially produced by the UK Ministry of Information in 1939 during the beginning of World War II, and was intended to be used only in a 'last ditch effort' should the Nazis succeed in invading Britain via Operation Sea Lion, in order to stiffen resolve. Two-and-a-half million copies were printed, although the poster was distributed only in limited numbers. It was thought lost until re-discovered in 2000. The designer of the poster is not known. Make a giant historical wall statement for your office, den, study, mess, just about anywhere you'd like to display this magnificent poster. measuring 610mm wide, by 910mm high in stunning postbox red on white art paper, it's a talking point. Prints and posters require mailing tubes, requiring a minimum pack and post fee of $9.90.
    $18.18 GST added at checkout
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    2 CER Sapper

    The Sapper: An absolutely brilliant print of a sapper from 2 CER, hard at work, nation-building in Afghanistan with MTRF-1. "The Sapper" original piece from which these prints are faithfully reproduced is an acrylic on canvas by stunning new military (and ex-army) artist Amber Martin, with the original being owned by the unit, 2nd Combat Engineer Regiment at Enoggera Barracks in Brisbane.

    Here's your chance to own your own high-quality print of one of Australia's hard working 'ginger beer' diggers in an ICAT area of operations. A great addition to a wall at home, your office, den, shed, ESO hall or perfect for a presentation. These prints are limited editions, numbered and signed personally by the artist and compact at 280mm x 340mm. There are only 200 prints in the series.
    $81.82 GST added at checkout
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    Centurion Tank

    Centurion Profile: The "Cent" was the outstanding British tank of the post-1945 era serving with several countries including Australia.Designed during the Second World War, it arrived too late to see service during that conflict but went on to serve admirably in the Korean War with Commonwealth Forces and again in the Vietnam War with the Royal Australian Armoured Corps.Whilst the conflict was a jungle war, the tank proved remarkably successful in supporting ground forces in the close terrain, but was more successful in more open terrain.The Centurion came into its own during the Battles of Coral and Balmoral in 1968 where they provided sterling service to the ATF troops fighting off the Viet Cong and NVA troops infiltrating towards Saigon. Approximately A3 size (400mm x 300mm) these are NOT your average art prints, direct from the artist - they’re only available as high-quality Giclee prints which are guaranteed to stay colour-fast for 100 years.
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    HMAS Perth Art Print

    One of a series of brilliant high quality pencil sketched prints on heavy art paper of Royal Australian and Royal New Zealand Navy ships and boats plus other military subjects by renowned artist Darryl White. Pictured is DDG 38 HMAS Perth a Perth (Charles F Adams) Class Destroyer of the RAN, said to be 'one of the last few great destroyers.' You can see a framed example idea below right. Australia had three of these; HMAS Hobart (1965), HMAS Perth (1965) and HMAS Brisbane (1967). The Perth Class guided missile destroyers (DDG) were regarded as among the most capable fleet units to serve the RAN. The last Perth Class, HMAS Brisbane, de-commissioned in 2001.
    $40.91 GST added at checkout
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    B17 Bomber Art Print

    One of a series of brilliant high quality pencil sketched prints on heavy art paper of Royal Australian and Royal New Zealand Navy ships and boats plus other military subjects by renowned artist Darryl White. Pictured is a USAF B17 Bomber. These highly detailed prints would be a striking feature of any ward room, mess, study or den, offices, or the hall or bar wall of an ESO.
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    Jackstay

    One of a series of brilliant high quality pencil sketched prints on heavy art paper of Royal Australian and Royal New Zealand Navy ships and boats plus other military subjects by renowned artist Darryl White. Pictured are HMAS Newcastle conducting a jackstay with HMAS Adelaide. These highly detailed prints would be a striking feature of any ward room, mess, study or den, offices, or the hall or bar wall of an ESO.
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    HMAS Vendetta Art Print

    One of a series of brilliant high quality pencil sketched prints on heavy art paper of Royal Australian and Royal New Zealand Navy ships and boats plus other military subjects by renowned artist Darryl White. Pictured is HMAS Vendetta. These highly detailed prints would be a striking feature of any ward room, mess, study or den, offices, or the hall or bar wall of an ESO.
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    HMAS Vampire Art Print

    One of a series of brilliant high quality pencil sketched prints on heavy art paper of Royal Australian and Royal New Zealand Navy ships and boats plus other military subjects by renowned artist Darryl White. Pictured is HMAS Vampire. These highly detailed prints would be a striking feature of any ward room, mess, study or den, offices, or the hall or bar wall of an ESO.
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    HMNZS Waikato Art Print

    One of a series of brilliant high quality pencil sketched prints on heavy art paper of Royal Australian and Royal New Zealand Navy ships and boats plus other military subjects by renowned artist Darryl White. Pictured is F55 HMNZS Waikato. Built by Harland & Wolfe Ltd, Belfast, the Waikato was launched by HRH Princess Alexandra on 18 February 1965. She was the first Leander Class frigate to be built for the Royal New Zealand Navy. The ship took her name from the North Island province of Waikato and was the first New Zealand commissioned naval vessel to bear the name. She was adopted by the Waikato city of Hamilton and the ships company participated in a final Charter Parade in the city as part of the decommissioning. In her service days the Waikato was fitted with modern air and surface warning radar and navigation aids along with undersea detection equipment. The ships twin 115mm guns had a long range and a high rate of fire. The ships crest features a Taniwha, a water monster and legendary guardian of the Waikato people and their river. Waikato's displacement was 3182 tonnes with a length of 113.4 metres and beam of 12.4 metres. The draught was 5.6 metres and she was powered by twin steam turbines driving twin shafts 30,000 horsepower. Armament was twin 115mm guns, Wasp helicopters carrying homing torpedoes, and two twin barreled torpedo tubes. One Phalanx closed weapon system.
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    HMAS Hobart Art Print

    One of a series of brilliant high quality pencil sketched prints on heavy art paper of Royal Australian and Royal New Zealand Navy ships and boats plus other military subjects by renowned artist Darryl White. Pictured is DDG 39 HMAS Hobart.The "Green Ghost", as she is affectionately known was built by the Defoe Shipbuilding Company in Michigan, USA. She was commissioned on the 18th December 1965 in Boston USA and decommissioned on the 12th May 2000. A Charles F. Adams class guided missile destroyer, 133.2 m (437 ft) long, 14.3 m (47 ft) beam and a displacement of 4,720 tonnes. Her maximum speed was in excess of 30 knots and manned by 20 officers and 312 crew. HMAS Hobart completed three 6 month tours of duty off the coast of Vietnam in 1967, 1968 and 1970. Originally purchased for US $45 million, Hobart is now a dive wreck off the Fleurieu Peninsula (Yankalilla) in South Australia.
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