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Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood. (B)- Ivan Berryman Art
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Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood. (B)


Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood. (B)

Major Dick Winters and the men of Easy Company, 101st Airborne Division, as they take up a holding position in the Normandy town of Carentan on 14 June 1944, eight days after their dramatic parachute drop into Normandy on D-Day.
AMAZING VALUE! - The value of the signatures on this item is in excess of the price of the print itself!
Item Code : DHM1819BEasy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood. (B) - This Edition
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PRINTPortfolio Proof edition of 50 prints

Image size 30 inches x 25 inches (76cm x 64cm) Lewis, Damian (companion print)
Malarkey, Donald (companion print)
Compton, Buck (companion print)
Bond, Don (companion print)
Maynard, Bill (companion print)
Wingett, Bill (companion print)
Tipper, Ed (companion print)
Bain, Rod (companion print)
Suerth, Herb
Shames, Ed
Rogers, Paul
Taylor, Amos Buck
+ Artist : Chris Collingwood


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Other editions of this item : Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood.DHM1819
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PRINTSigned limited edition of 250 prints. Paper size 30 inches x 25 inches (76cm x 64cm) Suerth, Herb
Shames, Ed
Rogers, Paul
Taylor, Amos Buck
+ Artist : Chris Collingwood


Signature(s) value alone : £105
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Limited edition of 25 artist proofs. Paper size 30 inches x 25 inches (76cm x 64cm) Suerth, Herb
Shames, Ed
Rogers, Paul
Taylor, Amos Buck
+ Artist : Chris Collingwood


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Artist Proof edition of 25 prints Paper size 30 inches x 25 inches (76cm x 64cm) Soboleski, Frank
Joint, Ed
Zimmermann, Hank
Guarnere, William
Foley, John
Suerth, Herb
Shames, Ed
Rogers, Paul
Taylor, Amos Buck
+ Artist : Chris Collingwood


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PRINTCollectors edition of 250 prints Paper size 30 inches x 25 inches (76cm x 64cm) Soboleski, Frank
Joint, Ed
Zimmermann, Hank
Guarnere, William
Foley, John
Suerth, Herb
Shames, Ed
Rogers, Paul
Taylor, Amos Buck
+ Artist : Chris Collingwood


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Limited edition of 25 giclee canas prints.

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REMARQUERemarque edition of 25 prints Paper size 30 inches x 25 inches (76cm x 64cm) Soboleski, Frank
Joint, Ed
Zimmermann, Hank
Guarnere, William
Foley, John
Suerth, Herb
Shames, Ed
Rogers, Paul
Taylor, Amos Buck
+ Artist : Chris Collingwood


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Extra Details : Easy Company - Moving On by Chris Collingwood. (B)
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Supplied with 232 page book - Easy Co. - 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment - In Photographs, compiled by the official historian of Easy Company. The book includes over 20,000 words by surviving Easy Company veterans, plus contributions from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, producers of the acclaimed series Band of Brothers.

Also includes a DVD of the 2005 Easy Company reunion tour of Europe, a facsimile of the personal map of Major Dick Winters of the Sturzelberg area, and a replica of his personal Jump Into the Flight recruitment leaflet.

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Signatures on this item
*The value given for each signature has been calculated by us based on the historical significance and rarity of the signature. Values of many pilot signatures have risen in recent years and will likely continue to rise as they become more and more rare.
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Colonel Ed Shames
*Signature Value : £30

Enlisting in September 1942, Ed Shames was to become one of the most respected officers in the 101st Airborne Division, a stickler for detail he always got the job done, and brought his men home. Originally assigned to I Company in the 3rd Battalion of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment he was then transferred to Headquarters Company. He received a battlefield commission during the taking of Carentan in Normandy, and joined Easy Company in July 1944 as a 2nd Lieutenant prior to Operation Market Garden and the Battle of the Bulge.


Corporal Don Bond
*Signature Value : £15

I was 15 when Pearl Harbor hit. My brother, Lou, was seven years older than me. Everyone was worried about him having to go into the service. Nobody ever thought I would have to go. My brother went into the Air Force. He went over to Spokane, then to Douglas, Arizona. In four years he never went anywhere except those two places. I was in the service for twenty and a half months and was in nine foreign countries.


Corporal Herb Jr Suerth
*Signature Value : £25

18 year old Herb Suerth enlisted as a volunteer for the Reserve Engineer Corps on 11th November 1942, but after a change of heart in 1944 he was assigned to the 101st Airborne Division, beginning parachute school training in August that year. After final combat training in Holland, Herb was trucked into Bastogne in December 1944 during the Battle of the Bulge, also fighting in Foy. On 9th January 1945 Herb was wounded by artillery fire and his legs were severely injured but ultimately saved. He was shipped out of England and back to the US on 8th April 1945.


Damian Lewis
*Signature Value : £20

Actor who portrayed Major Dick Winters in the series Band of Brothers.


Lieutenant Buck Compton (deceased)
*Signature Value : £15



Private 1st Class Bill Maynard
*Signature Value : £15

Born in 1923, Bill Maynard enlisted into the 101st Airborne Division in 1942, completing his training with Easy Company at camp in Toccoa, Georgia. Posted to Europe, Bill completed his combat training prior to D-Day, and jumped with the rest of Easy Company into Normandy on D-Day itself. He was wounded in heavy fighting shortly afterwards, receiving the Purple Heart, but continued to fight on. An experienced marksman with pistol, rifle and machine-gun, he fought with Easy Company throughout Normandy, into Holland, at Bastogne, and into southern Germany at the end of the war.


Private 1st Class Bill Wingett
*Signature Value : £10

Bill Wingett originally enlisted on 9th December 1941, two days after Pearl Harbor was attacked, but after a car crash, hospitalisation and subsequent discharge from the forces meant he had to try again on 19th August 1942. Bill was with Easy Company up until 5 days before D-Day where he was transferred to Headquarters Company. He fought in the campaigns of Normandy, Holland and Bastogne receiving a Purple Heart in each. Discharged on 23rd November 1945, Bill returned 10 months later to join the 82nd Airborne for 3 years as a maintenance man at Fort Bragg Airfield.


Sergant Ed Tipper
*Signature Value : £10

When I came out of the Army I walked with a cane and wore an eye patch. The thing I remember most was the tremendous response of everybody I met to do everything they could do to show support for the military. Maybe the support felt exaggerated to me because I had clearly been shot up and wounded. Whenever I ate at a restaurant I went to the cashier and there was almost never a bill. Or the waitress nodded her head and said, A gentleman over at that table has paid. Of course I was home a year ahead of everybody else. But that sort of thing happened to me a lot.


Sergeant Amos Buck Taylor
*Signature Value : £25

Having worked in a factory making Sherman Tanks, Buck aided the war effort even further by becoming a Paratrooper and enlisted in July 1942 before being assigned to 3rd Platoon upon his arrival at Toccoa. When jumping into Europe on D-Day he was 2nd Squad Leader but having scattered on the jump, it was not until several days later that he joined up with the rest of the company, just prior to the attack on Carentan during which he was made 3rd Platoon Sergeant. At the Battle of the Bulge, when advancing from Bastogne to Foy, Buck was badly injured when shot in the leg which saw the end of his war spending 11months in hospital.


Sergeant Donald Malarkey
*Signature Value : £15



Sergeant Paul Rogers
*Signature Value : £25

Aged 24, Paul Rogers volunteered to be a Paratrooper in 1942 and soon found himself at Toccoa training under Colonel Sink. When jumping into Europe on D-Day, Paul lost most of his equipment, including his rifle, and his parachute snagged on trees from which he had to cut himself loose; he later found out he had landed eight miles from the intended drop zone. With the 3rd Battalion he fought throughout Normandy but was injured when jumping into Holland as part of Operation Market Garden and subsequently spent four weeks in hospital. Upon rejoining the platoon he stayed with them all the way through to Hitlers Eagles Nest in Berchtesgaden.


Sergeant Rod Bain
*Signature Value : £15

E Comapny, 506th Parchute Infantry Regiment.

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