Too Little Too Late, Lithographic print, 31 ½” x 25 3/8″, L/E 1000

$245.00

Too Little Too Late, Lithographic print, 31 ½” x 25 3/8″, L/E 1000

Signed and numbered by the artist, countersigned by Joe Moore, Saburo Sakai and Sam Grashio.

P-40B, Zero
Lt. Joe Moore, in his Curtiss P-40B, defending Clark Field in the Philippines against Japanese attackers on December 8, 1941.

Lt. Joe Moore in his Curtiss P-40B Tomahawk at 22,000 feet over Clark Field is defending against the Japanese attackers as war begins on December 8, 1941 in the Philippines. Over the smoke below is Petty Officer First Class Saburo Sakai’s Zero pursuing Lt. Sam Grashio in his P-40E. This print is countersigned by the three pilots. *

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Too Little Too Late, Lithographic print, 31 ½” x 25 3/8″, L/E 1000

Signed and numbered by the artist

Signed and numbered by the artist, countersigned by Joe Moore, Saburo Sakai and Sam Grashio.

P-40B, Zero
Lt. Joe Moore, in his Curtiss P-40B, defending Clark Field in the Philippines against Japanese attackers on December 8, 1941.

Lt. Joe Moore in his Curtiss P-40B Tomahawk at 22,000 feet over Clark Field is defending against the Japanese attackers as war begins on December 8, 1941 in the Philippines. Over the smoke below is Petty Officer First Class Saburo Sakai’s Zero pursuing Lt. Sam Grashio in his P-40E. This print is countersigned by the three pilots. *

“Too Little Too Late”, World War II, P-40 Tomahawk, Fighter of the 20th Squadron, Lt. Joe Moore, pilot, commander, Lt. Sam Grashio pilot, Clark Field Sec. 8, 1941, Philippines, Saburo Sakai’s Japanese Zero Fighter, P-40 lithographic print

 

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