Zoom WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys. - Aces In Action
Zoom WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys. - Aces In Action
Zoom WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys. - Aces In Action
Zoom WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys. - Aces In Action
Zoom WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys. - Aces In Action
Zoom WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys. - Aces In Action
Zoom WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys. - Aces In Action

WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys.

$119.99

WWII Michael Wittman Sd.Kfz. 182 PzKpfw VI Ausf. E Tiger I Tank Historical Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC!


From the Workshop of Artist Craig Tinder - Appreciate the art, learn the story, feel the history


This is a unique opportunity to own an actual relic of a Tiger I Tank (track link ring) that was retrieved from the property of a local farmer who witnessed the “Vistula-Oder Operation”. This relic was acquired directly from the source and has NEVER been in collectors’ circulation. 


This 8” x 10” (20 x 25 cm) historical plaque combines this rare artifact, along with the story of the piece, and a beautifully detailed, engraved illustration created by artist Craig Tinder.


One of Germany’s top scoring panzer aces of World War II, Michael Wittman was credited with the destruction of 138 tanks and 132 anti-tank guns. On June 13, 1944, one week after the Normandy landings, alone in his Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I, Wittman ambushed leading elements of the British 7th Armoured Division. Breaking out of cover behind the British column, Wittman single-handedly destroyed 14 tanks, 14 transport vehicles, and 2 anti-tank guns within 15 minutes, before his tank was finally disabled by the British. Michael Wittman was killed in combat on August 8, 1944 in a British ambush.


In January of 1945, German schwere Panzer-Abetilung 507 (Heavy Tank Battalion 507) participated in “Vistula-Oder Operation” to hold back the advancing Soviet Army. By January 19, 1945, S.Pz.-Abt. 507 was overwhelmed and lost 41 Tiger tanks within two weeks.


This Tiger I track pin ring is an original from S.Pz.-Abt. 507 and was retrieved on the property owned by a local farmer who witnessed the battle. 


Own a piece of history and a part of the limited series of Historical Relic Plaques from the Workshop of Artist, Craig Tinder. Each plaque includes:

  • Piano black wood base - ready to hang or stand upright with the included kickstand

  • Metallic Engraved Fine Art Illustration by Artist Craig Tinder

  • Actual authenticated track pin ring from a Tiger I tank (actual fragment varies - photo is of a representative sample and will vary slightly)

  • Historical data plate providing provenance and all known historical details about the relic

  • Gold-engraved Certificate of Authenticity dated and signed by the Artist, Craig Tinder

Very limited quantities on hand - once these sell out, they’re gone!

Make sure to visit our other Historical Plaque product listings (Warbirds, Nautical, Military, and Historic subjects) such as B-17 Flying Fortress, Battleships, Cutty Sark, F6F Hellcat, Focke-Wulf FW 190, HE-111, HMS Victory, JU-87 Stuka, Messerschmitt Bf 109, Messerschmitt Me 262, P-38 Lightning, P-47 Thunderbolt, P-51 Mustang, Panther Tank, RMS Titanic & Olympic, SR-71, Tiger Tank - and many, many more!

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Accessories in photos are not included - Includes a wood plaque with kickstand, engraved art panel, certificate of authenticity, and historical artifact

Available to ship worldwide! 

WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys. - Aces In Action

WWII Michael Wittmann Tiger I Plaque - w/ Actual Relic & COA - Ltd. Qtys.

$119.99
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