Lot 1: American WWII Posters
9th August 2017
Collection of eleven original color American WWII posters, ranging in size from 14 x 20 to 28.5 x 40, including (listed from smallest to largest): "Don't Let That Shadow Touch Them, Buy War Bonds"; "Protect his future…watch your tongue, Silence Means Security"; "I Gave A Man! Will you give at least 10% of your pay in War Bonds?"; "Better a live cluck than a dead duck, Silence Means Security"; "For Freedom's Sake, Buy War Bonds"; "Millions of troops are one the move…Is your trip necessary?"; "They're shooting at Your Liberty"; "Stamp Out Black Markets"; "Do with less—so they'll have enough! Rationing Gives You Your Fair Share"; "'Doing all you can, brother?' Buy War Bonds"; and "Keep the home fires burning, More Production!" All are removably encapsulated in a mylar sleeves. The "Better a live cluck" poster is mounted to a board. Rolled and in overall very good to fine condition.
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