"General Hal Moore" autographed photo
- PHOTO CARE
This color photograph shows then Colonel Hal Moore, leader of the 7th Cavalry Regiment and a hero of the Battle of Ia Drang, later depicted by Mel Gibson in the film We Were Soldiers.
We were fortunate to have General Moore autograph a small number for us more than a decade ago, and they quickly sold out.
While recently preparing our office for relocation to Florida, we discovered two of these ultra-rare photographs and are now offering them for sale. These are the last two we have, so once they are sold they are gone forever.
Shipping added in checkout // photo size: 8" x 10" // ships flat in a heavy-duty envelope
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