Photos of Skippers and More!
is pleased and proud to offer the world's most outstanding selection of
Fine Art Prints of World War II submarine veterans. These are the
men who actually lived this history; they are the ones who MADE this
As with everything that comes from SHARKHUNTERS,
we guarantee that you will love your Fine Art Prints - or you may return
it for a full purchase price refund, no hassles.
Hand-Signed - All our prints are hand-signed by the veterans indicated.
All signatures have been put on the print by that person's hand, so your
print has been hand-signed by men of history.
Limited-Edition - Each print run is limited to the number indicated
in the description, then the master is destroyed and no more prints can
or will be made of that image.
RARE! Very Rare
- Because your print is a Limited-Edition
by some of the world's really great military artists & because many
of these veterans refuse to sign prints for any group other than SHARKHUNTERS,
these prints are indeed, very rare.
Security - All prints are numbered, and ownership is registered
World Renowned Artists - The originals for our Fine Art Prints
have been done by many of the world's foremost military artists including
Michael Wooten, Raymond Waddey, Rainer Hanxleden, Don Wise, Joachim Sachse
FREE PRINTS! Yes, you may acquire some of these prints absolutely
free. Check the descriptions.
VERY SPECIAL NOTE - 10% of all money derived from the sale of these
prints is donated to the German U-Boat Memorial. To date, SHARKHUNTERS
has donated MORE THAN $6,500 to this beautiful place as well as more
than $2,500 to the German U-Boat Archives. Your print purchase
helps keep these important places alive.
Now, take some time to look at the magnificent Hand-Signed, Limited-Edition
Fine Art Prints offered by SHARKHUNTERS. Remember, your purchase
helps the U-Boat Memorial and the U-Boat Archives - your print is rare
Knights Cross with Oak Leaf and Crossed Swords
Images of Otto
Kretschmer and Erich Topp, two of the five U-Boat Skippers who were
awarded this high decoration in World War II.
Just a few months past
his 21st birthday, Oberleutnant z.S. d.R. Hans-Georg Hess was given
command of U-995 and became the youngest
combat submarine Skipper of any navy in World War II and possibly of all
Squadron of Experts
Luftwaffe Major Hans-Ekkehard Bob flew with many outfits in the Luftwaffe,
but he was one of the Squadron of Experts who flew the Me 262
the Drumbeater is Home
With the opening of Operation Drumbeat along the
American East Coast, Captain Reinhard Hardegen was on station first and
so became known as the Drumbeater. This print depicts his safe return
to his homeport.
Ready for Sea
Kapitänleutnant Gerd Thäter
brought his U-466 safely through
the 'Gates of Hell' as the Straits of Gibraltar were known.
USS TIRANTE (SS 420)
This American submarine,
under Captain Street and XO Ned Beach, had a field day in a Japanese
held Korean harbor. This print shows it clearly.
USS BARB (SS 220)
The only time American troops
ever stepped foot on the Japanese Home Islands during World War II was
when a group of men from USS BARB
planted explosives at a railroad trestle to blow up a troop train.
Farewell to 'ALI'
SHARKHUNTERS commissioned this print when Peter-Erich Cremer, known
as 'ALI', began his Eternal Patrol.
U-99 vs. British Armed Merchant Cruisers
On the night of 3/4
November 1940, Otto Kretschmer was out of torpedoes and so had a running
gun battle with the two British armed merchant cruisers
LAURENTIC (18,724 tons) and PATROCLEUS (11,314
tons). This is a magnificent print!
is the most impressive World War II Fine Art Print ever offered!
It is hand signed by 14 well-known veterans of World War II.
This group includes three winners of the Knights Cross with
Oak Leaf and Crossed Swords; five other Skippers
who earned the Knights Cross; as well as others who made
their mark in the Battle of the Atlantic.
Convoy in Sight
Hand-Signed by 18
veterans of the War at Sea including 15 Skippers and 8 Knights Cross holders (one with the Oak Leaf and
Thäter und Hess
Hand-signed by both Captains
Gerd Thäter and Hans-Georg Hess.....two friends who rode
U-466 together as Skipper and I.W.O. Hess is a
Cross holder. Great piece for the beginning collector.
Hand-signed by six of
the most influential and successful submarine commanders of World War
II.....three German U-Boat Skippers; three American submarine Skippers -
all with intense combat experience and all highly decorated including
the most highly decorated American submariner ever in history.
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Over the years, hundreds of collectors have
added Fine Art Prints to their collections from SHARKHUNTERS. Their
value always increases, and they look great on the wall of the den. These
prints are a real investment.
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