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    Hank Porter "Flower" World War II Insignia Drawing (Walt Disney, 1943). Flower, the skunk from Bambi, was used three times for World War II Insignias for Chemical Warfare units. This is a Hank Porter original drawing of Flower that was used for the Company B 84th Chemical Battalion, stationed in Oran, Algeria. The unit fought in the war in various locations and battles in Italy. This image can be seen on page 40 in the book Disney Dons Dogtags - The Best Disney Military Insignia From World War II as well as in the 2016 Japanese book Characters of Military, on page 124. Graphite with red and blue highlights on paper measuring 8" x 10". Flower is an adorable image of 5.5". The artwork is hand-signed "Hank" for Hank Porter (1900 - 1951). Stunning finished drawing! Tape on top border, with minor handling, in Very Good condition.

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