Sunday, December 13, 2020 at 10:00 am CST
LOT #367

World War I Plaques

(11) items including the Doughboy bronze plaque “And They Thought We Couldn’t Fight”, “Liberty’s Eternal Triumph” plaque (1917-1918), “132nd U.S. Infantry / 66th Brigade / 33rd Division” plaque (1917-1919), round celluloid military photo button, “32nd Div. US Army” plaque and shield, American wood victory plaque, 1918 wood carved France plaque accented by bullets, wood propeller and name plaque and a trench art mounted on wood plaque “Peace with Honour”

Estimate: $300 - $500

Hammer Price: $250

Property From: the collection of Louis Rossi, Downers Grove, Illinois

Dimensions: Diameter: 12 inches (trench art plaque)

Condition: Very Good to Good, light to moderate wear; some scratches to the celluloid piece; trench art wood cracked; shield having small cracks and paint chips, metal plaques having minor scuffs and paint loss

Shipping: Leonard Auction will directly ship this lot.

Sales Tax: Pennsylvania (8.000%)

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