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M50 Sherman

M50 Sherman

Lebanese M50, originally US, sold to the British, sold to France, sold to Israel, and finally gifted to the South Lebanese Army. One with a lot of history, that's definetly been through the wars. 


Why is it blue? Because it was stationed in the Lebanese mountain tops, and painted blue to blend in with the skyline. 


Originally commissioned by Howard Johnson, Eden Camp Modern History Museum - who currently have one (of a very few of these made) on display.


Limited edition of 50 in each size


Print size approx. 22" x 11" (56cm x 28cm)

                                   36" x 17" (91cm x 43cm)

                                   48" x 24" (120cm x 60cm) Original Size


Hand finished personalisation not available on this print. 


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