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Medal of Honor Winner Signed Display Lot of (2) with Commander Fluckey & Sgt. Paige

Lot Number 1086

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Give recognition to a couple of real American heroes with this Medal of Honor winner signed display lot of (2). These courageous men put themselves in harm’s way to preserve our freedom and way of life, earning our highest military honor and eternal gratitude. No authentication due to time/costs. Featured are:

Commander Eugene Fluckey: “The Galloping Ghost of the China Seas” litho print LE#290/750 by artist Ted Wilbur, overall dimensions are 35x29 with frame in serviceable condition. Subject image is the USS Barb. Text printed at bottom below title reads “Commander E.B. Fluckey’s Barb races for deep water after delivering a daring surface attack on a Japanese convoy in Namkwan Harbor, China 23 January 1945”. Signed at center in red by Medal of Honor winner Eugene Fluckey (“9”) with salutation “To Jim Freeman, super person, super achiever”; at right in pencil by Fluckey (“9-10”); and at left in pencil by artist Wilbur (“9-10”).

Sgt. Mitchell Paige: “Heroes of Hannekin’s Ridge” litho print LE#43/500 by artist Colonel Charles Waterhouse, overall dimensions are 37x32 with frame in serviceable condition. Subject image is a U.S. Marines charge against attacking enemy forces. Text printed at bottom below the title reads “Platoon Sargeant Mitchell Paige leads the counterattack against Japanese troops assaulting Henderson Field, Guadalcanal 26 October 1942”. Signed at bottom right in pencil by Medal of Honor winner Mitchell Paige (“9-10”); and at bottom left in pencil by artist Waterhouse (“9-10”).

Frames included with lots: while we make every effort to protect the frames included in these lots during pre-auction storage and post-auction shipping, we are not responsible for any damage to the frames themselves, and no refunds will be given due to frame damage.

 
 
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