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These wonderfully designed framed military blueprints showcase the design of some of the most famous technical developments of WW2. We have selected a range of aircraft, tanks, weapons and more to present in impressive detail, all framed and set as a unique display piece for anyone's collection. These are modern imaginings of how several famous items and vehicles will have looked during their development in a ‘patent print’ style. They are available with either a simple off-white background, which shows off the intricate detailing of the artwork, or in the striking blue of a blueprint style piece.
This particular design is of the Soviet T-34 tank. Designed in the years before WW2, the T-34 first entered service in 1940. After Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union in Operation Barbarossa, T-34 production was rapidly increased and it soon became the mainstay of the Red Army's armoured formations. Boasting slopped armour, a powerful main gun and excellent reliability, the T-34 outmatched many of its German opponents. It was not until later in the war when new German tanks became available that they were able to compete with the T-34.
Each print is A4 sized and comes pre-assembled in a black frame. We‘re really excited about these products and are sure they will make a fantastic gift...whether to a loved one or just for yourself!
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