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John Batchelor Panzer tank paintings

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    I know these don't specifically fall under the category of this forum, but I thought they were just too cool not to post here. I picked these up last week. Two original paintings by the British technical artist, John Batchelor. These were originally made for the published series The History of the World Wars. I hope everyone enjoys them as much as I do. Cheers!

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    Nice. Would love to have it in my collection. When were they drawn?
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    Nice. Would love to have it in my collection. When were they drawn?
    Thanks. I can't say for certain, but the book series was published in the 60s, so then, I suppose.

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    Very impressive

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    Very nice!...
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    I like them! Nice find, for sure!
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    Thanks everyone!

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