“PANZERGRENADIER 1944” COLD CAST BRONZE SCULPTURE BY TERRY JONES

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Item Code: 709-04

The most elite of the specialized troops to form the Blitzkrieg of the German Army. This Grenadier portrays the Panzergrenadiers that engaged the Americans at Normandy. Front descriptive plate reads, “Panzergrenadier – Regiment 125 / 21. Panzer-Division / Normandy / 6 June 1944”. This cold cast bronze is 11” high; base measures 7 ¼” in diameter.  Excellent condition. Signed and dated 1999; number 24 of 400.

Terry Jones has been a professional sculptor since 1968. He studied at the Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia and the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, France. The first 16 years of his professional career were spent sculpting over 600 bas-relief coins and medals for various private mints. In 1980 he was one of a very few American artists to be invited to show at the International Exhibit of Medallic Art in Florence, Italy. In 1984 the American Numismatic Association named him Medallic Sculptor of the year. Among so many other coins and medals, he sculpted the Vince Lombardi Super Bowl coin-toss commemorative and portraits of Gov. Tom Ridge and Lt. Gov. Mark Schweiker for the 1999 PA Inaugural Medal. He also created “coin of the realm” for foreign countries: British Virgin Islands, Bahamas, Jamaica, and Panama.  [ld]

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