Lot 971

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(1920 - 1942) German ace serving principally in North Africa, he had 158 kills in 482 sorties. Marselle was awarded a Knights Cross with diamonds, rated by Galland as the war's best pilot, killed bringing in his crippled Me-109. Rare war-date A.D.S. "Afrika", August, 1942, a six-line inscription penned to his wingman, boldly penned and signed, beneath a 7" x 5" photo of the ace which is held on the paper by four translucent corners. Fine. Matted and framed.

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May 14, 2009 10:00 AM EDT
Stamford, CT, US

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