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  1. Century Concepts "Old Crow" P - 51 Mustang Photograph

     
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    Century Concepts "Old Crow" P - 51 Mustang Photograph

    Item # WX2-140129

    "Old Crow" P - 51 Mustang Photograph with P - 51 Skin Relic is signed by flying legend Col. Clarence E. "Bud" Anderson!

    Chuck Yeager called him, "a mongoose... the best fighter pilot I've ever seen." As a triple ace in the European theater in WWII, Bud Anderson left his mark with 16 1 / 4 confirmed kills plus one more aircraft destroyed on the ground over 116 missions.

    After the war, he went on to become one of the most fearless test pilots in the world. This black-and-white photograph features a dashing Anderson on the wing of "Old Crow," his P-51 Mustang.

    Hand-signed by Col. Anderson and paired with a small piece of P-51 metal skin from a restoration project, this is a keepsake you'll look to with pride time and time again.

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    • One of just 1,945 limited edition prints... certificate of authenticity included
    • Expertly matted and framed in wood under Plexiglas®... same material used on the Mustang's famous bubble canopy!
    • Frames size: 14 x 12", photo size: 8 x 10"

    Relive history by placing this American flying legend on your wall. 

  2. Century Concepts USS Arizona Day of Infamy Photograph

     
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    Century Concepts USS Arizona Day of Infamy Photograph

    Item # WX2-140130

    USS Arizona Day of Infamy Photograph is signed by Arizona attack survivor Glenn Lane!

    A tribute to all the brave men who gave their all on the day that lives on in infamy. Sunk by the Japanese in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, the Arizona is now a national memorial that marks the site where WWII began for the United States.

    One of the few who survived the Day, Radioman Third Class Glenn Lane was blown off the Arizona's burning deck and dog-paddled through the oily water of Battleship Row and climbed aboard the Nevada, which was hit by the second wave of fighter planes.

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    • Black-and-white photograph is hand-signed by Lane... certificate of authenticity included
    • Expertly matted and framed in wood under glass
    • Frames size: 11 x 14", photo size: 8 x 10"

    Relive history by placing this iconic, signed image on your wall. 

  3. Century Concepts USS Nautilus Photograph

     
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    Century Concepts USS Nautilus Photograph

    Item # WX2-140134

    USS Nautilus Photograph is signed by its first commander, Vice Admiral Eugene P. Wilkinson!

    The world's First Nuclear Submarine! On January 17, 1955, Commander Eugene P. Wilkinson signaled the historic message from the USS Nautilus: "Underway on nuclear power."

    In short order Nautilus would become the world's most famous submarine, setting countless endurance records for submerged operations (she could stay underwater for weeks at a time) and, in 1958, navigating under the North Pole!

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    • Black-and-white photograph is signed by Vice Admiral Eugene P. Wilkinson, the Nautilus's first commander... certificate of authenticity included
    • Expertly matted and framed in wood under glass
    • Frames size: 11 1/2 x 10 5/8", photo size: 8 x 10"

    Relive history by placing this iconic, signed image on your wall. 

  4. Century Concepts Mercury Aurora Photograph, Signed Astronaut Scott Carpenter

    Item # WX2-140138

    Mercury Aurora Photograph captures Astronaut Scott Carpenter in his moment of truth... hand - signed!

    One of the first men into space captured on film. As one of the original seven astronauts selected in 1959 for Project Mercury, Malcolm Scott Carpenter (born May 1, 1925) was the second American to orbit the earth and the fourth American in space, following Alan Shepard, Gus Grissom, and John Glenn.

    After being chosen for Project Mercury in 1959, Carpenter served as backup pilot for John Glenn, who flew the first U.S. orbital mission aboard Friendship 7.

    Carpenter and his Aurora 7 capsule flew into space on May 24, 1962, atop the Mercury-Atlas 7 rocket for a three-orbit science mission that lasted nearly five hours. The mission attained a maximum altitude of 164 miles and an orbital velocity of 17,532 miles per hour.

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    • Personally signed by Scott Carpenter... certificate of authenticity included
    • Black-and-white photograph is matted and framed in wood under plexiglass
    • Framed size: 12 1/2 x 10 1/2", photo size: 8 x 10".

    Relive history by placing this iconic, signed image your wall. 

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