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Rare 1920’s 1930’s USMC Marine Leatherneck Magazine WW2 WW1 Original Cover Art

Rare 1920's 1930's USMC Marine Leatherneck Magazine WW2 WW1 Original Cover Art
Rare 1920's 1930's USMC Marine Leatherneck Magazine WW2 WW1 Original Cover Art
Rare 1920's 1930's USMC Marine Leatherneck Magazine WW2 WW1 Original Cover Art
Rare 1920's 1930's USMC Marine Leatherneck Magazine WW2 WW1 Original Cover Art
Rare 1920's 1930's USMC Marine Leatherneck Magazine WW2 WW1 Original Cover Art

Rare 1920's 1930's USMC Marine Leatherneck Magazine WW2 WW1 Original Cover Art
A great piece of original. 1920’s pen, ink and watercolor. Done for the Marine. Magazine, depicting a salty Sgt Smith (with his target box stating “OLYMPIC TEAM”) on the range with a dejected looking Pvt Jones, on the 500 rapid line. Pvt Jones appears to be seeking the Sergeant’s help or is in awe of the Sgt’s score. I have only seen one other Leatherneck cover artwork available, and it was from the 1950’s. This piece of art. Was used as the basis for cover art. On an issue from. And was a 1920’s illustrator. I have found his work in many fishing related and nature magazines. As a 1stLt he was on the staff of “Our Navy” Magazine and did graphic art for that magazine. Fellowes was also one of the officers that served with the Policia Nacional Dominicana and was in charge of the officer school during the occupation of the Dominican Republic. The artwork comes with a Mint condition October 1935 issue, depicting the art. Art watercolor has faded over time and there is aging throughout. You can see where it once was matted and framed. Combined invoice will be sent at auctions end.
Rare 1920's 1930's USMC Marine Leatherneck Magazine WW2 WW1 Original Cover Art

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USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR

USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR

USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR
A nice USMC Good Conduct Medal group with service in China with the 10th Regiment of Artillery. While stationed at Quantico, he participated in the re-enactment of the Battle of Antietam as an Observer. Included in the group is his USMC Good Conduct Medal, frayed ribbon, engraved’No. There are 9 photos with a USMC observation balloon, on the ground & in the air, a Marine Corps biplane, Marine Corps cannons & a football game between Marines and VMI. Broussard was discharged as a PFC, but held a temporary warrant for Sergeant. While in China he was attached to the 1. A nice addition to your medal or USMC collection of a hard to find group from a Marine who served in Tientsin, China. Must be back in my hands 14 days from your receipt of the item. Description and photos speak for the item. Be sure to check out the photos for condition of the items. NOTE I was mistaken about which Civil War re-enactment they were involved in. Researching, it had to have been the re-enactment of Antietam. The Marines marched from Quantico and camped along the way to participate.
USMC China Marine Good Conduct 10th Artillery & Observer, Re-enact Antietam, NR

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Paul Gerard Smith, 1936 signed contract agreement document, World War I Marine

Paul Gerard Smith, 1936 signed contract agreement document, World War I Marine
Paul Gerard Smith, 1936 signed contract agreement document, World War I Marine
Paul Gerard Smith, 1936 signed contract agreement document, World War I Marine
Paul Gerard Smith, 1936 signed contract agreement document, World War I Marine

Paul Gerard Smith, 1936 signed contract agreement document, World War I Marine
This contract agreement was signed to terminate. Paul Gerard Smith’s. It is hand signed on the bottom by. This contract includes the 2 page shown in the photos above. This contract has horizontal fold lines from how it was stored. If requested I will provide the document’s measurements. Please view all of the pictures above carefully. Paul Gerard Smith (September 14, 1894 – April 4, 1968) was an American screenwriter. He wrote for 90 films between 1926 and 1955. Born in 1894, Smith started writing musical revues at the age of ten. He joined the Marines for World War I and while still in Germany wrote and directed the Sixth Marine Revue in the Rhine Occupation Area. He arrived back in the States in 1919 and started writing vaudeville acts. He became so successful that he was one of the few writers to be credited on the playbill. He scripted the Ziegfeld Follies of 1924, 1925, and 1926 and was also one of the writers of Funny Face. Smith was brought to Hollywood by Buster Keaton to work on The General and Battling Butler. Early film credits include In Old Arizona, Mother Knows Best, and Dressed to Kill, as well as the first talkies of Harold Lloyd, Welcome Danger and Feet First. He wrote dozens of B movies for Universal Studios, Fox Film Corporation, Paramount Pictures, RKO Radio Pictures, Warner Bros. And Hal Roach Studios. He also scripted USO shows and personal appearances for many film and radio stars entertaining overseas. Smith was married to Mary Alice Lundgren (October 1919 – April 1968) and had four children. His son, Paul Gerard Smith II, carried on the family tradition, working in the entertainment industry after serving in the Marines during World War II. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. He died in San Diego, California on. This hand signed item is 100% original and authentic. Furthermore, this item DOES NOT INCLUDE a PSA/DNA or JSA authentication. We stand behind our COA. Specializes in rare and collectible movie scripts. Our scripts are genuine, authentic and screen used. We also carry movie props from no genre in particular. Furthermore, all of our items that are not props or scripts can be found in our Other Memorabilia category. We do not sell reproductions or fakes. We have one of the largest collections of original movie screenplays in the world. We also carry scripts used in Television, Broadway, Radio and other forms of entertainment. Every script that we own was hand-picked one at a time over the many years of which we have been collecting. A lot of people, new to collecting, are confused about the word Original. ” In terms of movie scripts, the term “Original means that it was used by the production company in the early stages of production or that it was issued out to the cast and crew members during filming, and used at the time of production. Any scripts printed or used in any fashion after filming has completed are known as either a reproduction or a post-production script. These two types of scripts are much less valuable and desirable. All of our scripts are Original.. An original movie script has a lot of character in the item itself and every one of them is different in some way or another. There is usually only one script given to each crew member during production, however, sometimes they do get more than one. This makes original movie scripts very desirable because of how scarce they are. Any changes made to the screenplay during production are known as revisions and these revision pages are inserted into that one script that was issued out to them. For example, if we are talking about a low-budget film with a small cast and only a few crew members, there are actually only a small number of scripts in existence around the world for that film. This aspect of collecting makes it fun but also difficult because there may be a certain writer or director that you love to collect and there may only be a handful of movie scripts that still exist from that specific film that you are looking for. We have some of the rarest movie scripts in the world. Each film project has a different total number of scripts that are issued. The older a film is you also have to figure in the fact that a lot of the original movie scripts have been thrown out or destroyed over time. We do our best to provide the widest selection of original movie scripts in the world. Whatever actor, producer, director, writer or specific film department you are looking for, we probably have a movie script related to the person you are looking for in some form or fashion. I know that there are a lot of items to search through, but there is definitely something for you. Once you check off this little box it will allow you to search for a specific word that is contained in any of our listings’ actual description. Here all of the original movie scripts will be categorized by decade, which will help you to narrow down what you are looking for by the year it was made.
Paul Gerard Smith, 1936 signed contract agreement document, World War I Marine


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USMC Photo WW1 Marine Officer 6th MG Bn Navy Cross DSC 2xSS 2xPH EGAs Uniform

USMC Photo WW1 Marine Officer 6th MG Bn Navy Cross DSC 2xSS 2xPH EGAs Uniform
USMC Photo WW1 Marine Officer 6th MG Bn Navy Cross DSC 2xSS 2xPH EGAs Uniform
USMC Photo WW1 Marine Officer 6th MG Bn Navy Cross DSC 2xSS 2xPH EGAs Uniform
USMC Photo WW1 Marine Officer 6th MG Bn Navy Cross DSC 2xSS 2xPH EGAs Uniform

USMC Photo WW1 Marine Officer 6th MG Bn Navy Cross DSC 2xSS 2xPH EGAs Uniform
Original early 1930’s photograph of Captain George Bowers, USMC. As a 2nd Lt in WW1, Bowers was awarded the Navy Cross and Distinguished Service Cross for action at Thiacourt, France in 1918 while with the 81st Company, 6th MG Battalion. He was also awarded two Silver Stars, two Purple Hearts and three French Croix de guerre Medals. He earned a battlefield commission and was a “Mustang” Marine. He also served in Haiti and the USS Arizona. He is shown in his dress blue uniform and cap with Sam Browne sword belt, EGAs and ribbons denoting his heroism and awards. 81st Company, 6th Machine-Gun Battalion, 6th Regiment (Marines), 2d Division, A. Date of Action: September 15, 1918. The Navy Cross is presented to George Bower, Second Lieutenant, U. Marine Corps, for extraordinary heroism while serving with the 81st Company, 6th Machine-Gun Battalion, 6th Regiment (Marines), 2d Division, A. In action near Thiaucourt, France, September 15, 1918. Aiding an infantry platoon, which had been forced to withdraw because of heavy machine-gun and artillery fire, Lieutenant Bower, while suffering from severe wounds, kept his guns in position, consolidating his location, and preventing the danger of an enemy counterattack. Born: at Torresdale, Pennsylvania. Home Town: Torresdale, Pennsylvania. Other Award: Distinguished Service Cross (Same Action). This photo was submitted by him and was removed at some point from his file. Marines were required to submit a photo for the next rank and have their name on the back. I believe it is his printing. Others that I have are signed, but he chose to print. Small piece of tape to the upper left corner. Measures 4″ x 3″. Please pay upon receipt of invoice.
USMC Photo WW1 Marine Officer 6th MG Bn Navy Cross DSC 2xSS 2xPH EGAs Uniform