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Deluxe Medals of Honour
The Gallipoli Collection
The Battle of Gallipoli
Medals of Honour - The Medals of The First World War
This historic World War 1 image of members of the Australian Light Horse is set against the backdrop of Great Sphinx and Great Pyramid of Giza prior to their departure to Gallipoli This official print has been reproduced from the original negative and ea
The now famous picture of the 11th Battalion A.I.F. at the Cheops pyramid in Egypt in 1915 is shown throughout military history displays and books the world over. The picture was taken just before the landing at Anzac Cove. Not many of the soldiers in thi
The Battle of Long Tan 18 August 1966 was fought between the Australian Army and Viet Cong forces in a rubber plantation near the village of Long Tan, about 27 kilometres 17 mi north east of Vung Tau, South Vietnam. The action occurred when D Company
This very special print is made up of a historic archival photograph of a number of the Sydney’s crew, the names of all 645 crewmembers and the coordinates of her final resting place.
This piece of historic military memorabilia tells the story, both in text and in three magnificent images. Classically timber framed with double mat board and Perspex glazing, it is limited in edition to 5000.
This fantastic limited edition print titled, Anzacs of Gallipoli, the Victoria Cross has to be seen and read to be fully appreciated. The 10 Victoria Crosses have been embossed and bronze foiled. The title and sub-title heading as well as all gold section
This fantastic Limited Edition print Titled The Battle of Beersheba has to be seen and read to be fully appreciated. The Victoria Cross has been embossed and bronze foiled. The title heading and sub heading, as well as many other parts of the print have a
In August 1914 John Simpson Kirkpatrick enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force, serving at Gallipoli the following year as Private John Simpson in the 3rd Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. He served from the time of the landing at Galli
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