Avenge December 7th World War Ii 1942 Poster Bernard Perlin Pearl Harbor Moving
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Avenge December 7th World War Ii 1942 Poster Bernard Perlin Pearl Harbor Moving:
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100% guaranteed vintage and original as always from Grapefruit Moon Gallery.CONDITION: This is in very fine condition with some wear to original mailing folds and corners as seen.On Jun-20-13 at 19:35:05 PDT, seller added the following information: