THE ITEM YOU SEE IS THE ITEM YOU WILL RECEIVE UNLESS I HAVE MORE THAN ONE, THEN YOU WILL RECEIVE A SIMILAR ITEM TO THE PICTURE. 7th PEARL HARBOR POSTER 22x30 INCHES EXCELLENT CONDITION.Remember December 7thwe here have highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain This is an original and not a reproduction. I have had this folded with the original folds and stored in a box to keep this from getting any damage.
There are some creases from the fold. There is a very tiny tear on the first fold near the pole.The tear is only about 1/8 of an inch. There is also a very tiny tear at the bottom of the page.
I have taken pictures of the area. Please look at the pictures over for the best description. This is in excellent condition and shows well.
Twenty-one ships of the Pacific Fleet were sunk or damaged in the attack, including two battleships sunk and six heavily damaged. Nearly 200 US aircraft were destroyed and over 150 damaged, most while still on the ground.Total US casualties amounted to 2,403 dead (68 of which were civilians killed by improperly fuzed anti-aircraft shells) and 1,178 wounded. Nearly 1,800 sailors perished on the battleship USS Arizona alone. Japanese losses amounted to 29 aircraft shot down and five midget submarines sunk.
This is an Original Vintage 1942 WWII poster. Please look over the pictures carefully as they are also part of the description. This item has been in my collection for many years. My collections are in rooms that do not get any outside light.Therefore, you won't find any fading with any of my militaria items, smoke-free environment. No cats and only a little Yorkie occasionally. If you need a longer amount of time, please contact me before the item closes. AFTER THE ITEM HAS LEFT THE U. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR TRACKING THE ITEM. You are responsible for those charges. About Us My passion is history. I have always and still do read books on wars and reference books.
I have been collecting for over 50 years. I desire is to keep vintage old militaria items in the collector's collections; where they will continue to be appreciated and taken care of for years to come. Years ago, when a friend of mine came over to see my collection; he said to me. "You do not own these items; they are merely on loan to you until you have to sell them to another collector for him to enjoy".Years later I have realized just how true his words were. Our pictures are cropped to show the largest image.
THE ITEM YOU SEE IS THE ITEM YOU WILL RECEIVE. UNLESS I HAVE MORE THAN ONE , THEN YOU WILL RECEIVE A SIMILAR ITEM TO THE PICTURE. We here have highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain This is an original and not a reproduction. Please look over the pictures carefully as they are also part.On December 7, 1941, air and naval forces of the Empire of Japan struck the U. Casualties amounted to 2,403 dead (68 of which were civilians killed by improperly fused anti-aircraft shells) and 1,178 wounded. Nearly 1,800 sailors perished on the battleship U. Japanese losses amounted to 29 aircraft shot down, and five midget submarines sunk. My passion is History, and I desire that my vintage militaria items go to collectors so that our past lives on, and the items will continue to be preserved. Many many years ago, a collector friend of mine came over to see my collection. He said to me, you do not own these items; they are simply on loan to you until another collector buys your items to enjoy and preserve. Years later, I have realized just how exact his words were.
It is important to me that the vintage items are preserved for years to come for History. Get images that make Supersized seem small. Tailor your auctions with Auctiva's. The item "VINTAGE ORIGINAL DEC. 7th PEARL HARBOR POSTER 22x30 INCHES EXCELLENT CONDITION" is in sale since Wednesday, June 17, 2020.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Posters & Prints". The seller is "shopmilitary" and is located in Elkhorn, Nebraska. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.