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UWT-0001-CW Amazing WWII USMC Brig. GEN Maurice C. Gregory painted portrait Commissioning Document

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Item #18798

WWII US Brigadier General Maurice C. Gregory painted portrait (Lt Col. at the time of the painting) and Commission Document at Colonel. This is an amazing grouping belonging to Brigadier General Maurice C. Gregory. He was born in 1881 and served it appears 1946. It appears he initially enlisted in the US Marine Corps and retired as a Brigadier General. The items included are an original painting of him in his USMC dress greens as a Lt. Colonel (Pre-1942 painted). The painting has fantastic detail however does have some damage from poor storage. there are some white marks to the painting where it appears that something rubbed across the painted surface. No visible tears or damage to the canvas though. There are numerous marks to the area around his dress greens again from poor storage. The painting is framed and appears it could be professionally restored to its original luster. Also included is his original commission document promoting him to Colonel on the 29th of April 1942. The document has what appears to be an original James Forrestal signature as acting Secretary of the Navy. This does bear the original stamped seal of the US Navy as well. Additionally included 10 copied pages detailing some of his career through the years from 1905 until 1946. An absolutely stunning group.

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