Gelatin-silver print - Not signed - Does not apply - 1978
|Artist:||Robert F. Sargent (1923-1969)|
|Title of artwork:||'Into the Jaws of Death', D-Day, Normandy, France, 1944|
|Edition:||Does not apply|
|Date of print:||1978|
|Vintage print:||Printed later|
Size: 20cm x 25cm
Process: Gelatin silver, double weight paper.
Dates: Shot 1944 and printed no later than 1978.
Press photo by U.S Coast Guard chief Robert F. Sargent.
"Into the Jaws of Death" shows troops of Company E, 16th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division landing on Omaha Beach from a U.S. Coast Guard landing craft on D-day, 1944.
Released in 1978 to promote the book "Who's who in World War II"
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Everything all right, though the picture mat was damaged by water on the way and the courier service left the envelope outside the mail box (as it was too small) instead of leaving a delivery receipt.
still waiting on it .......... very, very slow
Very satisfied with this picture, very fast service by seller.
The package arrived having been opened and torn in transit . Fortunately the photo graph was still enclosed and having been packed in a polystyrene cover was undamaged. So alls well that ends wellThe photograph arrived undamaged despite the worn of the package because we use at least 2 layers of heavy foam board to protect our mail. I am very glad to see that the effort is worth and your photo was fine.
Thank you for your feedback and best wishes for 2019!!!
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