HMS Echo H23

HMS Echo, an E-class destroyer of the British Royal Navy, served in various theaters during World War II, including the Atlantic, Arctic, and Mediterranean.

During January 1940, Echo was stationed with the 12th Flotilla at Scapa Flow, undertaking minelayer escort and patrol duties. In May, she was assigned to support military operations in Norway. In August, she provided escort for ships of the 1st Minelaying Squadron on multiple operations. On August 28th, she was reassigned to duty with the Free French expedition to Dakar (Operation Menace). Following the abandonment of the operation on September 25th, Echo escorted the damaged battleship Barham to Freetown. Subsequently, she remained there for local convoy defense until rejoining the Flotilla at the end of October.

In 1944, Echo was transferred to Greece and rechristened Navarinon.

This edition print recorded on fine art stock via a large format mimeograph and generally referred to as Giclée prints of premium quality. The paper is white 100% a-cellulose with a distinct textured surface and the premium matt inkjet coating more than meets the highest industry standards vis-à-vis density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness, while preserving the extraordinary touch and feel of genuine art paper. The editions depicted on Iconic Reserve are not representative of scale and solely for the purpose of suggestive display.

Laid down: 20 - 03 - 1933
Launched: 16 - 02 - 1934
Displacement: 1,405 long tons
Length: 329 ft
Speed: 35.5 knots
Range: 6,350 nautical miles
Propulsion: x2 Shafts, x2 Parsons geared steam turbines
Complement: 145
Fate: Scrapped 1956
Classification: E Class destroyer


Signed limited edition
1 of 200, 470mm x 210mm
Fine art paper 230 gsm