For those of us who grew up idolising Virgil, Scott, Gordon, Alan, John et al, this is a F.A.B. triptych for your games room wall. At almost a metre tall it certainly won't go unnoticed, and it's said that the villian's terrifying eyebrows have been known to follow you round the room!
These are official collectors' prints from Incorporated Televison Company (ITC) whose landmark series, created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, first aired in 1965 and went on to broadcast in at least 66 other countries.
And now for some little known points of trivia: The trademark 'Five, four, three, two, one 'countdown at the start of each episode was recorded by Peter Dyneley, who voiced Jeff in the series, and International Rescue late gave its name to a real life rescue service - The International Rescue Corps.
The black and white prints have been simply but stylishly presented within a cream mount and black wood frame.