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Signed D-Day Photograph and Bullet

$129.00

Price: $129.00

Item#:2000553

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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.


Arrives ready to hang. Wooden frame. 16"W x 13"L x 1"D.


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Beautiful Photo and Commemoration

By rebekahd85

from Athens, AL

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Comments about Signed D-Day Photograph and Bullet:

This is a lovely signed photo. I purchased it for my father's birthday, since he is not only a war buff, but is also a big gun history fan.

I'm really excited to give it to him. It looks wonderful and has a special meaning, since it's signed by a veteran. I know he'll be proud to have it.

I had only two not-wholly-positive things: They use acrylic instead of glass (cheaper shipping for us all, though!), and the bullet is glued to a paper backing. When it arrived at my house, the bullet had actually torn loose and was flopping about rather forlornly. However, thanks to their stellar customer service, they got a new one to me straightaway. Just be careful not to drop or jostle it too hard.

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