DANBURY MINT USS ARIZONA BATTLESHIP SIGNED LTD ED MIB

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 10,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is a listing for one of the VERY RARE and long discontinued 1:500 scale Danbury Mint USS Arizona Battleship Limited Edition / Autographed Edition. These pieces were limited to 2500 total units produced and this is number 348 of 2500. This limited edition item is signed by four of the surviving members of the USS Arizona crew that were present at the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7th, 1941. Each one of the signatures is on a marble slab and each is signed perfectly. There is also a center piece of marble with a history of the Arizona. On a few of the photo's, there is some glare from the camera flash on these. This is a heavy and solid piece, right down to the solid cherry wood base and each of the inserts into the base are a solid marble. The ship has an incredible amount of detail, exactly as you would expect from the Danbury Mint. The main Turret guns can rotate, smaller guns are clearly details, even the life boats show detail. This piece comes to you in used very good condition. It was displayed only. The ship shows one small flaw and that is some bending to the front flag pole. It really does not effect the displayablity of this piece. I will leave it up to the buyer if they want to attempt to bend it back into the straight position. Original shipping box and cardboard inserts are also included. There is No Paper work included with this ship. Original box is in good shape, but does show some minor signs of moisture damage. This is a rare piece that would make a suburb addition to any collection. Please see our pictures. Shipping for this item will be $ 20 in the continental US more for outside locations.

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