After intense fighting has left the landscape broken and scarred, troops attempt to recover an 18-pounder Gun amidst the mud of Flanders, spring 1918. Helped by the presence of tanks, the British army has advanced into what was previously No Man's Land, while overhead Sopwith Camels patrol the newly-won territory.
In memory of all those who fought with the Tank and Armoured Vehicle Corps during The Great War, each copy of No Man’s Land is conservation matted to include a pair of original Campaign Medals which were actually issued to a member of the British Tank Corps during WWI. Sourced and collected over a number of years, each medal has the recipient's Service, Rank, Name and Number impressed on them.
Fully certified and authenticated with their history, no two medal groups are alike meaning each print is completely unique and cannot be replicated. With the service record of the recipient included with each set of medals collectors can further research their history.
Overall mat size: 18¾" x 25"
Great War edition
Signed by the artist - includes matching numbered book
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Rise of the Tank
by Michael Foley
Each matted print is issued with a matching-numbered copy of this outstanding book written by military historian Michael Foley, presented in its own luxury embossed slipcase.
The portfolio is accompanied by an individually printed Certificate of Authenticity which is unique to each set.
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