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World War I - Historic Collectibles

 

Signed D-Day Photograph and Bullet
Signed D-Day Photograph and Bullet
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Category: Home Décor/Historic Collectibles

This historic photograph depicts the men of the U.S. Army’s First Division, who stormed the beaches during the successful D-Day invasion of Normandy, as part of Operation Overlord on June 6, 1944. Each print is signed by 100-year-old Utah Beach veteran Herbert Moore and is accompanied by a bullet for an M1 Garand, called “the greatest battle implement ever devised” by General Patton. Includes a certificate of authenticity.


$129.00
Signed C-47 Band of Brothers Plane
Signed C-47 Band of Brothers Plane
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Category: Home Décor/Historic Collectibles

One of the most famous units of the U.S. Army during WWII was Easy Company, the soldiers who became known as the Band of Brothers. This 1/62 scale model plane is the same kind these paratroopers leaped from behind enemy lines at Utah Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944. Signed by William "Wild Bill" Guarnere, one of the original 140 members of Easy Company.


$199.00
$59.99
Signed Iwo Jima Photograph With Bullet
Signed Iwo Jima Photograph With Bullet
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Category: Home Décor/Historic Collectibles

The 35-day Battle of Iwo Jima resulted in the United States' capture of that island from the Empire of Japan. Photographer Joe Rosenthal immortalized the battle in his famous photograph, "Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima." Taken on February 23, 1945, it depicts five U.S. Marines and a U.S. Navy corpsman raising the flag on Mount Suribachi on the fifth day of the battle.


$129.00
British Sopwith Camel Model Plane
British Sopwith Camel Model Plane
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Category: Home & Garden/Historic Collectibles
Handmade with silk canvas over a wooden frame, this model captures a piece of military history and celebrates the fighter plane that eventually brought down Germany's most feared pilot, the Red Baron. There are only seven original Sopwith Camels still in existence, on display at aviation museums in such diverse places as Little Rock, Arkansas, and Krakow, Poland.
$149.00