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    Hank Porter "Indian Bomber" WWII Insignia Illustration (Walt Disney, 1940s). The very first American military insignia to ever be used on an airplane was an Indian head. This detailed finished hand-painted Indian Bomber Insignia, done for the 462 Bombardment Squadron/364 Bomb Group, comes from the hand of Disney artist-supreme, Hank Porter. It is on velum paper measuring 8" x 10", and is labeled #1351. It's inked and colored in gouache paints. Impressive artwork. Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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