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This historical plaque Battlefield Commemoratives is offered for
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The entire story of the piece is told in much greater detail on the Certificate of Authenticity that is part of the back side of this beautiful plaque, and we've placed a photo at a size where anyone should be able to read the entire story. This Certificate of Authenticity is hand-signed and number 115/1000 by a representative of the company that made and sold it over 20 years ago. Excellent used condition.
This is an authentic piece of the P-47D Thunderbolt aircraft piloted by USAAF pilot Lieutenant Ike K. Killingsworth from Longview, Texas, when he was shot down near Alligny-Cosne in France on 27 August 1944. The piece of the P-47D is beautifully embedded in black epoxy in a 1-3/4 x 2-3/4 inch hole milled into the surface of a beautiful 9 x 11 inch walnut plaque, 3/4 of an inch thick.
The front of the plaque bears a beautiful laser-cut likeness of a P47 Thunderbolt, as well as an embroidered inisgnia of the United States Army Air Force. The brass plaque bearing the basic information about the piece was hand signed by Lieutenant Ike Killingsworth himself.
A GENUINE PIECE OF A WORLD WAR 2 AMERICAN P47 FIGHTER AIRCRAFT
HISTORIC WORLD WAR II P-47 THUNDERBOLT FIGHTER MOUNTED
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