Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima is an iconic photograph taken by Joe Rosenthal on February 23, 1945, which depicts six United States Marines raising a U.S. flag atop Mount Suribachi, during the Battle of Iwo Jima, in World War II. The photograph was first published in Sunday newspapers on February 25, 1945.
-Made from high quality aluminum and individually painted with House of Kolor custom paint. Each flag is custom made to order. American flag made from aluminum. Laser cut and ground to look like a standard flag. heat treated Iwo Jima flag raising scene as a second layer.
Made from high quality aluminum to resist rusting. Please be aware that these are custom cut and ground to order and the look of them (including color) may vary from piece to piece. We can make any size depending on your budget. The one pictured is 24" and is painted with high quality candy paint and then triple clear coated with strong Automotive clear. Contact us for larger versiona.
Be careful, others use mild steel when making their's and they will eventually rust under the clear coat. Also a lot of other people make these and use cheap metallic spray paints and canned clear coat. We use automotive grade clear coat and House of Kolor Candy paints to give it that glistening look.
- made from steel and clear coated - gun, helmet, boots. This item can be laser etched
Field cross with boots, gun and helmet.
Made from steel and heat treated/blued to give it a unique look.
This item in the picture stands 20" tall. We can make any size you like. Please PM us for details on how to order a larger or smaller one.