1943 IJN Destroyer Under Attack off Cape Gloucester New Britain News Photo
Current price $19.99
Listing type Fixed Price Item
Location Latonia, Kentucky 41015 US
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Seller nky-photos (26030)
Seller rating 100% positive feedback
Country/Region Of Manufacture United States
Time Period, War 1930-1949, WWII
Branch Of Service IJN, Imperial Japanese Navy
Item Type Original Press Photograph
Theater Of War PTO Pacific Theater of War
Size 5x9 inches with some minor variation
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NEWS AGENCY 1ST GENERATION AKA ORIGINAL PRESS PHOTO
5x9 inches with some minor variation
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NEWS AGENCY PHOTOS:
Wire Photos or News Agency Photos were extensively used in print media during the first half of the 1900's. Issued by news agencies (such as Acme, NEA, International News, Associated Press, UPI, Fotogram, Keystone,) only to the press, these Gorgeous pieces capture a historical moment, frozen in time, as they were issued on the day the event happened. Unfortunately they were issued in extremely limited quantities solely for print media industry usage (it is estimated that there were approximately 25 - 50 of EACH particular photograph made). Over the years, many were destroyed or lost, and in some cases, there are only 1 or 2 specimens known to exist today of a particular photograph making these Original! , First Generation Vintage Photographic relics Outstanding Investments.
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