by James Dietz
The men of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, prepare to leave Upottery Airfield on board the C-47s that will carry them into France on the night of D-Day, 5/6 June 1944.
This highly detailed pencil drawing by one of America's foremost artists, James Dietz, features the men of the famous WWII unit - 'Easy Company'. Each print in this highly restricted edition is issued with a genuine US Military issue combat helmet which has been used to create a museum quality collectors piece in Easy Company markings. Eash helmet is beautifully displayed in specially created presentation box.
Commemorating the men and the gallant deeds of the 101st, the edition size is appropriately limited to just 101 sets worldwide. Both the print and combat helmet in each set is personally hand-signed by ELEVEN original Easy Company veterans creating a unique and highly desirable collectors edition.
The signatures on the print include:
- Staff Sergeant William 'Wild Bill' Guarnere
- Private Edward 'Babe' Heffron
- Private Ed Joint
- Private 1st Class Bill Maynard
- First Sergeant Frank Soboleski
- Corporal Herb Suerth
- Sergeant Amos 'Buck' Taylor
- Private First Class Hank Zimmerman
- 22 x 14.875 inches
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