The 87th Infantry Division, known as the Golden Acorn, arrived in Scotland on 22 October 1944 and landed in France during the first week of December 1944. The division spent 134 days in combat on the Western front during World War II and fought in the Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace and Central Europe campaigns.
Our reproduction prints are crafted from selectively chosen original maps. Each original is scanned on a high-resolution, fine-art scanner and precisely restored by hand. The graphic is printed on professional-grade matte paper using vivid, archival inks. It is carefully hand-rolled in tissue paper or plastic sleeves and mailed in heavy-duty tubes or boxes.