INTO THE JAWS OF DEATH
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8 x 9 7/8- inch warm-toned gelatin silver print of the celebrated photograph by Robert F. Sargent. This is a vintage Official Coast Guard Photo of this great image of the D-Day Invasion. A typed caption is on the verso. Another official print of this was sold in Be-hold 54 for $5500. Provenance: a private collection, the same collection from which the earlier print was taken. I was able to compare several other vintage prints from the same collection. The tones and details here were the best. For example we don’t see the soldiers in the water as silhouettes, but can see their uniforms and packs. The helmeted figure in the right foreground is clear against the background. The clouds and smoke in the background provide atmosphere.
- Yonkers, New York
- Seller Since 1970
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- Fine Art
- Robert F. Sargent
- ca. 1944
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- There is transparent tape in the extreme corners, and some "thumbnail" marks on the surface.
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