U.S.S. Missouri BB-63 photographic print matted to include a piece of authentic WWII teak decking

CC1114
$99.50
U.S.S. Missouri BB-63 photographic print matted to include a piece of authentic WWII teak decking
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U.S.S. Missouri BB-63 photographic print matted to include a piece of authentic WWII teak decking

CC1114

Century Collection: USS Missouri framed printed matted to include a piece of authentic WWII teak decking relic

$99.50

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This print captures the U.S.S. Missouri firing its 16 inch guns, in stunning black and white, matted to include a piece of authentic WWII teak decking.

Known best as the symbol of the Nazi's final defeat in World War II, the U.S.S. Missouri (also known as the BB-63), was present as the flagship of Task Force 38 against Japanese forces in August 1945. Under the command of Admiral "Bull" Halsey, she provided crucial defense against aerial kamikaze attack until Japan's ultimate military defeat.

Aboard the U.S.S. Missouri on September 2nd 1945, standing on the very decking included in this frame, the Japanese signed their surrender in front of the representatives of all nine Allied nations.

In MacArthur's closing benediction that day he stated:

"Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world, and that God will preserve it always. 
These proceedings are closed."


Certificate of Authenticity for WWII teak artifact included.