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(World War I -US) Buy United States Government War Savings Stamps. Your money back with interest from the United States Treasury. Rare poster depicts "new" Americans lined up to purchase Savings Stamps to support their adopted homeland. Approx. 40"w x 30"h. Upper left corner repaired. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503e) $300.00

(World War I -US) don't waste food while others starve! United States Food Administration. Signed in the plate L. C. Clinker + M. J. Dwyer lower left. Approx. 20"w x 30"h. Water damage lower left and right corners. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503h) $125.00

(World War I -U.S.) Left behind in Serbia - Send money for the women and children to the Serbian Relief, 70 Fifth Avenue, New York. Signed in the plate Boardman Robinson lower right. Approx. 24"w x 36"h. Tear on upper left. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503k) $275.00

(World War I -U.S.) What can you do? Join our Red Cross - Membership including Red Cross Magazine $2.00 - No Field Service Required. Approx. 28"w x 42"h. Wrinkled, loss of paper left lower corner, edge tears. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503k) $100.00

(World War I -US) Take My Place - Your Country Needs You On The Farm! Apply to any representative New York State Food Commission or the State Public Employment Bureau. Rare poster that we have never seen. Excellent condition. Approx. 12"w x 19"h. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503m) $125.00

(World War I -US) The Challenge - Join the Crusade - Third Red Cross Roll Call Nov. 2 - 11. Challenge is for a public health campaign to wipe out disease and epidemics. Uncommon Red Cross poster that we have never encountered. Very nice condition. Approx. 17"w x 23"h. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503N) $125.00

(World War I -English) We're both needed to serve the Guns! Fill up the ranks - Pile up the munitions. Published by the Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London. Poster No. 85c. Edges a little rough otherwise very nice. Approx. 29"w x 20.5"h. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503R) $225.00

(World War I -English) Orphelinat Des Armees. Assurer aux petite orphelins : Le Foyer et la Tendresse Maternelle L'Education au Pays. Une Carriere appropriee a chaque infant. La religion de leurs peres. Dramatic poster by English artist Frank Brangwyn. Name printed lower left corner. Published by Avenue Press London, England noted on lower right corner. Approx. 40"w x 54"h. Serious condition problems. Poster has a 6" tear from vertical fold line into the title. Splitting along the original fold lines with additional holes and paper loss. Repaired with document tape on the reverse. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503T) $200.00

(World War I -French) 1916 "La Triennale" Exposition D'Art Francais au profit de la "Fraternite des Artistes. Poster announces an art show in support of French troops. Listed as members of the committee are some well known artists, poster artists and illustrators of the day. Included are Cheret, R. Lalique, Laurent, Renoir, Steinlen, Vuillard and Willette. Mounted on linen. Water stained, reinforcement at top and bottom edges has bled through. Approx. 39"w x 51"h. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503U) $200.00

(World War I -U.S. 1917) Will you help the Women of France? Save Wheat. They are struggling against starvation and trying to feed not only themselves and children: but their husbands and sons who are fighting in the trenches. Signed in the plate lower left corner Edward Penfield. Well known dramatic poster of three French women pulling a plow. Mounted on linen. Significant amount of inpainting. Approx. 54"w x 36"h. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503V) $600.00

(World War I - France) Pressant appel a la Solidarite en faveur des Soldats des departments eurahis (?) - Enfants des villes martyres - Victimes de la Guerre - Refugies. Red Cross poster appealing for contibutions to aid soldiers, children, victims of war and refugees. Attractive sepia colored poster was designed by Louis Tinayre and signed by him in the plate lower right. Significant tears along fold lines that have been repaired on the reverse. Small holes. Still an out of the ordinary poster. Approx. 39"w x 54"h. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0503X) $200.00

(World War I -US) Children's Year Send Aid. To the Mayor's Committee of Women on National Defense - Make every child in greater New York as happy as this - We need money. We need workers. We need you. Approx. 13.75"w x 20"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0831a) $125.00

(World War I - Belgium 1919) Oeuvre Nationale de L'enfance - Nationaal Werk Voor Kinderwelzijn. Signed in the plate lower left Paule Besman (?) Lower left reads Imp. J. E. Goossems, Ste. Ame, Rue Haberman, Brixelles. Lower right reads Exempt du Timbre Loi du 5 Septembre 1919. Linen backed. Nice condition. Approx. 29"w x 45"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0503Z) $250.00

(World War I - U. S.) They Fight For You - Protect Them. Help the Red Cross Raise $100,000,000 At Once. Signed in the plate lower center W. G. Sesser. Linen backed. Nice condition. Approx. 28"w x 41"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0503AA) $250.00

(World War I - France) Debout dans la tranchee que l'aurore eclaire, le soldat reve a la victoire et a son foyer. Pour qu'il puisse assurer l'une et retrouver l'autre. Souscrivez au 3e emprunt de la defense nationale. Signed in plate lower right Lieut. Jean Droit 226. Devambez Gr. Marked lower right Berger-Levrault, Imp. Paris, Nancy. Linen backed. Evidence of small tears, especially along fold lines. Approx. 30"w x 47"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0503AB) $250.00

(World War I - France) Journee du Poilu. (Day of the Soldier) Enfin Seuls - 25 et 26 Decembre 1915. Organisee par le Parlement. Signed in plate lower right A. Willette. Marked lower left corner Devambez Imp. Paris. Linen backed. Nice condition. Approx. 31"w x 47"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0503AC) $350.00

(World War I - France) Le Cardinal Mercier Protege La Belgique. (Cardinal Mercier protects Belgium.) Artist: D. Charles Fouqueray. Published by Lapina. Imp. Paris. Linen backed. Small tear at top, creases, edge roughness. Approx. 31.5"w x 44.75"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0503AD) $250.00

(World War I - France) Sur la terre ennemie les prisonniers Russes meurent de faim. Signed in the plate Steinlen 1917 mid right edge. Lower left Imp. H. Chachoin. Lower right Editions "Le Guerre" 110, Avenue Victor-Hugo, Paris. Linen backed. Evidence of wear along original fold lines. Approx. 31"w x 44"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0503AE) $350.00

(World War I -France) Journee du Puy de Dome. Paquetage du Soldat, 23 janvier 1916. Soldiers gleefully await the train bringing packages and letters from home. Signed A. Willette (1857-1926) in the plate. Discoloration along lower edge. Approx. 45"w x 31.5"h. No tears or stains. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-1227c) $500.00

(World War I -Austria 191?) 8 Kriegsanleihe (8th War Loan) Artist's name W. Kuhn in lower right corner. Published by Wagner'sche K. K. Universitats-Buchdruckerei Innsbruck. Creases on the folds, small border tears, soiling. Linen backed. Approx. 24.5"w x 37"h. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-0402a) $450.00

(World War I -Germany 1917) Kanin-felle abliefern! an Handler und Zuchtvereine. Das Heer braught sie! (People are urged to turn in their rabbit pelts to traders and breeders; the Army needs them. Collection center, war pelts.) Artist: Julius Gipkens. (1883-?) Published by Hollerbaum & Schmidt. Approx. 18.5"w x 27.75"h. Folding creases, 2" dent with stabilized tear to right border, light soiling. Linen backed. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-0402M) $325.00

(World War I - US 191?) They are Giving All - Will You Send Them Wheat? Artist: Anon. U. S. Food Administration. W. F. Powers Co. Litho New York on lower right. A poster with a wonderful image in dreadful condition. Large tears, paper loss, edge roughness. Approx. 56"w x 38"h. (Tube3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0425a) $100.00

(World War I - US) Get "Smileage Books" Inside. They mean happy off-duty hours for those who fight for us. Suppose you were in camp. Suppose a Broadway production was being given in the "Liberty Theater" in that Camp. And suppose YOU couldn't afford, on your pay as an enlisted man, to see the show. How would you feel? "Smileage Books" contain coupons which are Passes to Shows in Camp Theaters. They cost $1.00 or $5.00, according to size. Buy One Now for Your Soldier or any soldier. Get further details or Buy Smileage Books Inside. A rare poster with more historical interest that visual impact. Approx. 15"w x 20"h. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-0331c) $165.00

(World War I -US) Heroic Women of France toiling to produce food. Are you doing your part? United States Food Administration. Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., New York. Approx. 14"w x 22"h. Small creases and nicks. (Stock number 003WWI-0331f) $100.00

(World War I -US 1918) Answer the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call - All you need is a heart and a dollar. Ray Greenleaf, Committee on Public Information, Division of Pictorial Publicity. Simple graphics and a comforting image enhance the message. Approx. 20"w x 30"h. Stain lower left corner, paper loss lower edge and right corner, hole mid right near edge, holes top right and left corners, 5" tear at top. (Stock number 003WWI-24) $85.00

(World War I - US) Defend the Faith in France. Society to Help Devastated Churches in France, Inc. New York Arch-diocesan Committee. Artist: H. M. Froehlich. Grommets at top. Mounted on linen. Approx. 28.5"w x 22.5"h. (FF2) (Stock number 003WWI-1214b) $200.00

(World War I -France 1915) Journee du Poilu. (Day of the Soldier) 25 et 26 Decembre 1915 - Organisee par le Parlement. Signed Steinlen 1915 in plate lower right. 31" w. x 47" h. Holes and paper loss along fold lines, edge roughness, folds and creases. Despite its condition this is a wonderful image by a well known poster artist. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-0408A) $250.00

(World War I -US) Agitation Which Delays Our War Industries is Made in Germany - Let Us All Pull Together To Win The War Quickly. One of a series of posters produced by the National Association of Manufacturers, the nation's large industrial trade association representing small and large manufacturers in all industry segments. Essentially propaganda pieces urging cooperation, encouraging proper war time behavior and motivating American workers. Approx. 19" x 25". Dirt stains and residue on lower edge, otherwise VG-Fine. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0104B) $75.00

(World War I -US) The President says "Hunger does not breed reform; it breeds madness and all the ugly distemper that makes an ordered life impossible.....the future belongs to those who prove themselves the true friends of mankind. Save Food - Don't Waste It. Portrait of President Woodrow Wilson by Adolph Treidler, well known poster artist. Approx. 20" x 30". Several minor tears on top edge otherwise fine. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0104L) $75.00

(World War I -US) Agitation Which Delays Our War Industries is Made in Germany. One of a series of posters produced by the National Association of Manufacturers, the nation's large industrial trade association representing small and large manufacturers in all industry segments. Essentially propaganda pieces urging cooperation, encouraging proper war time behavior and motivating American workers. Approx. 19" x 25". Several tears along top edge, archival tape on tears on lower edge, tape reside, water stains. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0104G) $65.00

(World War I -US) "We can save a few dollars a week for him." "We can and we will." Buy a Liberty Bond. Any Bank or Trust Co. will tell you how. Signed in plate W. B. King. Approx. 22" x 16.25". Tears repaired with archival tape. Folds, creases, edge tears and nicks. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0206C) $75.00

(World War I -US) Red Cross Day - August 25 (1917) - Do Your Duty Give Your Money. Star and Wave Press, Cape May, N. J. Approx. 14" x 22". A few small nicks and tears on side margins, lines from being rolled. The date "1917" written after August 25. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0206A) $75.00

(World War I - US 191?) HUNGER - For three years America has fought starvation in Belgium Will you Eat less - wheat - meat - fats and sugar that we may still send food in ship loads? Signed Raleigh in lower right of plate. Issued by United States Food Administration. Approx. 21"w x 28.5"h. Pieces of tape on top and corners, paper loss on upper left edge, light folds. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-0114D) $100.00

(World War I - US 191?) Jobs for Fighters - If You Need a Job If You Need a Man Inform the Official Central Agency. Bureau for Returning Soldiers and Sailors. Artist: Gordon Grant, Capt. USA. Published by Thomsen-Ellis Co., Baltimore/New York. Approx. 15"w x 25"h. . Creases on folds. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-0402Q) $300.00

(World War I -Germany 191?) Idh Gehe Hinaus An Die Front! Hast Du Die 6 Kriegsanlethe schon gezeidhnet? (I Go to the Front - Have You Already Subscribed to the 6th War Loan? Artist: Mkoii. Small edge tears and creases, creases on the folds with splits and losses, soiling, inside losses. Linen backed. Approx. 26.5"w x 45"h. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-0402L) $250.00

(World War I -Germany 1917) Ortssammelstelle Und der Schmabendienst. Artist: Julius Gipkens. (1883-?) Published by Hollerbaum & Schmidt. Creases on folds, light soiling. Linen backed. Approx. 17.25"w x 22.75"h. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-0402K) $300.00

(World War I -Germany 1917) Fur die Kriegsanleihe! (For the War Loan!) Cherub holding a German army helmet filled with coins beseeches us to contribute. Artist: Paul Plontke (1884-?) Published by W. Hagelberg, Berlin. Folds, corner and compression creases, light soiling. Linen backed. Approx. 17"w x 22.75"h. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-0402j) $300.00

(World War I -France 1918) Il faut Produire! (We Must Produce!) One of a series of posters printed in Nancy. They were issued in an attempt to explain to school children the events taking place around them. Artist: Victor Emile Prouve (1858-1943). Published by Berger-Levrault, Nancy. Strong graphics enhance historical value of the poster. Interesting and unusual piece. Crease to upper right , edge tear. Approx. 17.75"w x 25.5"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0402h) $200.00

(World War I -France 1918) L'effort Maritime. (The Maritime Effort) One of a series of posters printed in Nancy. They were issued in an attempt to explain to school children the events taking place around them. Artist: Victor Emile Prouve (1858-1943). Published by Berger-Levrault, Nancy. Strong graphics enhance historical value of the poster. Interesting and unusual piece. Crease to upper right , edge tear. Approx. 17.75"w x 25.5"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0402g) $200.00

(World War I -France 1918) Honneur a ceux qui Donnent Leur Vie pour la Liberte du Monde 1918. (Honor those who have given their life for the freedom of the world 1918) One of a series of posters printed in Nancy after the 15th bombardment of the city in an attempt to explain to school children the events taking place around them. Artist: Victor Emile Prouve (1858-1943). Published by Berger-Levrault, Nancy. Strong graphics enhance historical value of the poster. Interesting and unusual piece. Small edge tear, paper loss lower left corner. Approx. 18.75"w x 24.5"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0402f) $200.00

(World War I -France 1917) L'Amerique Lutte pour L'Independance des Deux Mondes (America struggles for the independence of two worlds.) One of a series of posters printed in Nancy after the 15th bombardment of the city in an attempt to explain to school children the events taking place around them. Artist: Victor Emile Prouve (1858-1943). Published by Berger-Levrault, Nancy. Strong graphics enhance historical value of the poster. Interesting and unusual piece. Creasing on lower left, tear at upper right, edge roughness. Approx. 18.75"w x 24.5"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0402e) $200.00

(World War I -France 191?) Le Cardinal Mercier Protege La Belgique. (Cardinal Mercier protects Belgium.) Artist: D. Charles Fouqueray. Published by Lapina. Imp. Paris. Creases on the folds, folding and corner creases, top edge wrinkling with small paper loses, small perforation and soiling. Mounted on linen with grommets. Approx. 31.5"w x 44.75"h. (Stock number 003WWI-0402b) $200.00

(World War I -France) Exposition de Tableaus de Maitre Moderne Vente au Profit d'loeuvre Le Vetement du Prisonnier de Guerre. Galerie George Bernheim. Signed in the plate Poulbot 1916. (Francisque Poulbot 1879-1946) (Exhibition of paintings by modern masters (French and American artists) to be sold to provide clothing for prisoners of war.) Approx. 43"w x 30"h. 6" water stains along the right and left folds at top and bottom. (2FF) (Stock number 003WWI-1227b) $500.00

(World War I -France) Journee de Paris Au profit des oeuvres de guerre de L'Hotel de Ville - 14 Juillet 1917. (Translation: Paris Day July 14, 1917.) Signed in the plate lower right Poulbot. Editeur Imp. H. Chachoin, 108, rue Folie-Meicourt. Stamped lower left Vise No. 5 936. Very attractive and sentimental poster of a little girl playing with her bandaged soldier doll. Her faithful poodle sits by her side holding her bowl in its mouth. 16" tear along fold line, water staining, very fragile paper, rough edges, poster stamp covered with paper, etc. Approx. 32"w x 47"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0720a) $300.00

(World War I -US 1918) Motherless - Fatherless - Starving How Much To Save These Little Lives? War Fund Week - One Hundred Million Dollars - May 20th - 27th. Red Cross. Approx. 20"w x 30"h. Very fragile! Partially adhered to cardboard backing, paper loss. Can be restored. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0602b) $165.00

"there!" In Peace as in War - Your membership does it - JOIN Third Red Cross Roll Call Nov. 2-11 (Armistice Day) 20" x 30" Original folds. Very good condition. (Stock number 003WWI-0830a) (FF2) $120.00

Help Your American Red Cross - Join Today - No Field Service Required of Members - Dues $2 Up including Subscription to The Red Cross Magazine. 30" x 46" Original folds. Wear along fold lines, edge roughness, creases. (Stock number 003WWI-0830b) (FF2) $130.00

(World War I -Canada) Every Dollar Spent in Canada - Victory Loan - Prosperity 24" x 36" Tear left edge, fold and tear top right, fold lower left. (Stock number 003WWI-can01) (FF2) $200.00

(World War I -Canada) To Maintain the Prosperity of Canada Buy Victory Bonds - 51/2% interest tax free. 24" x 36" Paper loss right corner, folds lower edge, 2" tear center lower edge continues as a 4" tear to the left. (Stock number 003WWI-can03) (FF2) $200.00

(World War I -Canada 1918) Help Our District Win This Flag - Honor Flag Victory Loan 1918 Awarded by His Excellency the Governor General of Canada to Districts Exceeding Their Quota. 24" x 36" 2" tear center top. (Stock number 003WWI-can05) (FF2) $150.00

(World War I -Canada) All Canada Your Security - The full faith and Credit of Every Canadian is behind Your purchase of Victory Bonds. 24" x 36" Small slit, upper right edge roughness, crumpled lower right, fold lower left. (Stock number 003WWI-can04) (FF2) $150.00

(World War I -US) They Give Their Lives, Do You Lend Your Savings? W.S.S. War Savings Stamps Issued by the United States Government. Signed in the plate lower right H. Devitt Welsh. Published by Sackett & Wilhelms Corp. NY. Approx. 20"w x 30"h. Upper left corner detached., lower right corner has some water staining, creases at bottom, fold lines and edge nicks. Still complete and attractive. (Stock number 003WWI-1110a) $85.00

(World War I - France) Debout Dans Tranchee Q L'Aurore Eclaire, Le Soldat Reve A La Victoire Et A Son Foyer Pour Qu'il Puisee Assuer L'une Et Retrouver L'Autre. Souscrivez Au 3e. Emprunt de la Defense Nationale. One of the few posters by Lieut Jean Droit. Published by Berger, Levrault, Imp Paris, Nancy. Approx. 31.5" x 46.5". Heavy curling at right margin and light curling at top. 6" tear at center left. 1.5" tear at lower left. No paper loss. (Stock number 003WWI-Droit) (1FF) $400.00

(World War I - France 1918) Souscrivez a l'Emprunt de la Liberation. War bond poster by Eduward Bernard. Union Francaise 286 Boulevard St. Germain, Paris. Visa #13734.. Approx. 22" x 15". Original fold. Minor creases and nick at left margin.. (Stock number 003WWI-Bernard) (1FF) $125.00

(World War I -US) My Daddy Bought Me a Government Bond of the Third Liberty Loan - Did Yours? Appealing young girl with a large red bow hugs a bond. Approx. 20" w x 30"h. Bite out of the lower right corner has been restored. Water damage along lower edge. (Stock number 003WWI-0324e) (3FO) $150.00

(World War I - U.S.) Soldiers - Sailors and Women Guests - Welcome to the Y.W.C.A. Hostess - "A bit of Home within the Camps" Signed Walter Tittle lower right. Rotoprint Gravure Co., N.Y. Approx. 28.25"w x 38.5"h. Light creasing along edges. (Stock number 003WWI-1111d) $125.00

(World War I - U.S.) I have bought another Liberty Bond. Have You? (I Own a Liberty Bond) The Harris Ptg. & Eng. Co. Window card printed on cardboard. Approx. 13.75"w x 19.75"h. (Stock number 003WWI-0826d) $90.00

(World War I -US 1918) I summon you to the comradeship. Answer the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call for Universal Membership. Very well done sketch of President Woodrow Wilson. Signed Mielziner, 1918 lower right. Approx. 20"w x 27.5"h. Paper loss, very rough edges. (Stock number 003WWI-0716e) $80.00

(World War I -US) Save 1-Wheat, use more corn, 2- Meat, use more fish & beans, 3-Fats, use just enough, 4- Sugar, use syrups and serve the cause of freedom. U. S. Food Administration. Printed by the W.F. Powers Co. Litho, N.Y. Approx. 21"w x 29"h. Folds, tears, especially right edge. (Stock number 003WWI-0716g) $80.00

(World War I -US 1917) "Our Flags - Beat Germany - Support Every Flag that opposes Prussianism - Eat less of the food Fighters need, Deny yourself something. Waste Nothing." United States Food Administration. Signed Adolph Treidler lower right. Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co. N.Y. Approx. 14"w x 21.5"h. Window card printed on cardboard. Light foxing. (Stock number 003WWI-0805b) $115.00

(World War I -US 1918) For Home and Country - Victory Liberty Loan . Alfred Everitt Orr - 18. Approx. 20"w x 30"h. Brown packing tape on back is bleeding through, edge nicks. (Stock number 003WWI-17a) $70.00

(World War I -US 1918) United We Serve . Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A. National Catholic War Council - K of C, Jewish Welfare Board, War Camp Community Service, American Library Association, Salvation Army. United War Work Campaign, $170.500.000. Approx. 20"w x 30"h. Creases, tears and folds. (Stock number 003WWI-14a) $80.00

(World War I -US) Save Your Child from Autocracy and Poverty, Buy War Savings Stamps. W.S.S. War Savings Stamps Issued by the United States Government. United States Treasury Department. Signed in the plate Herbert Paus. Published by United States Printing & Lithograph Co. NY. Approx. 20"w x 30"h. Tears at top, folds on the bottom. (Stock number 003WWI-1111f) $125.00

(World War I -US) German Slavery or Liberty Bonds. Approx. 28"w x 11.5"h. Several tears and creases. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0602h) $65.00

(World War I -US) Think - Have YOU Brought Your Limit? Fourth Liberty Loan. Approx. 60"w x 7"h. Tack holes, small stains. (Stock number 003WWI-0602p) $50.00

(World War I - U.S.) Buy Another Join the ___ Victory Liberty Loan. U. S. Food Administration. Approx. 19.75"w x 25"h. Light creasing along left top edge, small paper loss upper right corner. (Stock number 003WWI-0826c) $80.00

(World War I -US)Show Your Button. Victory Liberty Loan. Approx. 20"w x 27"h. Small tear on bottom edge. (Stock number 003WWI-807bc) $60.00

(World War I -US)Buy Early - Victory Liberty Loan. Approx. 27"w x 22"h. Small tears along top and right edge. (Stock number 003WWI-21) $60.00

(World War I -US) "June 28th is National War Savings Day - Pledge Yourself to Save and Buy War Savings Stamps that there may be more Money, Labor and Materials to provide for those who Fight For You." W.S.S. War Savings Stamps Issued by the United States Government. Government Printing Office. Approx. 21"w x 32.75"h. Paper loss at top, lower left margin, creases, edge roughness. (Stock number 003WWI-19a) $75.00

(World War I -US) Sure! We'll Finish the Job Victory Liberty Loan. Signed in the plate Gerrit A. Beneker 1918. Published by Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co. Chicago. Approx. 26"w x 37"h. Margin tears, soiling upper right, fold. (Stock number 003WWI-08) $120.00

(World War I) To Them that Star Stood for One Hundred per cent American Soldier. The Best Soldiers make the Best Citizens. Small Gordon Grant poster features a couple standing before a flag with a blue star. In the upper left hand corner it reads "Service Series No. 40". 11"w x 14" high. Tear 1.5" long mid left edge, paper loss lower edge, edge roughness and corner folds. at center from right edge to center. $75.00 (Stock number 003pr830)

(World War I) keep 'em smiling. help War Camp Community Service. "moral is winning the war" United War Work Campaign. M. Leone Bracker. 1918. 27.5" x 40". Edge tears and folds. Picture does not show last line of text. Poster is complete - can be framed or restored. $75.00 (Stock number 003pr0603b)

(World War I) YMCA. United War Campaign, General Pershing. S. J. Wook (?) March 1918. 22" x 33". Tears at top. Folds. Poster is complete - can be framed or restored. $65.00 (Stock number 003pr603d)

Click for detail (World War I-1918) Remember Argonne, Chateau-Thierry, St. Mihiel, Belleau Wood, Cantigny, Soissons, Vesle... and INVEST. Victory Liberty Loan Woman's Liberty Loan Committee. Signed JMH lower right. Sackett & Wilhelms Corp. New York. A classic World War I poster in poor condition. Paper loss in lower center above the word "and" with a tear extending to the lower edge, additional folds. 30" x 20" $70. (STOCK NUMBER 003a1009a)

(World War I - U.S.) Save- Buy- for Victory W.S.S. War Savings Stamps issued by the United States Government for sale here. Government Printing Office, United States Treasury Department. Approx. 17"w x 24.25"h. Light creases. (Stock number 003WWI-1111f) $75.00

(20k JPEG) (World War I) Illion. Cardinal Mercer has appealed to the Food Administration for more food for starving millions. Portrait of Cardinal and red and black text. 20.5 x 28" VF $85. (STOCK NUMBER 003a1016)

(World War I -US) Get Busy and Help Take the "Dust" Out Of Industry. Approx. 19"w x 25"h. Paper loss, tears repaired with archival tape, water damage. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0104A) $30.00

(World War I -U.S. ) "United" Men of the 27th, Your Former Positions Welcome You. The 27th New Yorks Own Division. (Breakers of the Hindenburg Line) Probably post war poster put out by United Cigars Company welcoming returning soldiers to their positions in one of the United Cigars stores. Rare. Linen backed. Nice condition. Approx. 25"w x 37"h. (3FO) (Stock number 003WWI-0503Y) $300.00 SOLD

(World War I -US) You are right - we cannot all go but we can buy More Liberty Bonds. Reprinted from the Saturday Evening Post, October 5, 1918. Signed in plate W. B. King. Contributed by the Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pa. Approx. 11.25" x 14.25". Corner fold otherwise fine. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0206B) $75.00 SOLD

(World War I -US) Dr. Uncle Sam. 19th century political cartoon style poster encourages workers and management to work cooperatively for the benefit of the country. One of a series of posters produced by the National Association of Manufacturers, the nation's large industrial trade association representing small and large manufacturers in all industry segments. Approx. 19" x 25". Dirt stains on lower edge otherwise fine. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0104I) $75.00 SOLD

(World War I -US) Our Three Lines of National Defense - More Guns, More Ships, More Food. One of a series of posters produced by the National Association of Manufacturers, the nation's large industrial trade association representing small and large manufacturers in all industry segments. Workers, employers and factories are the bedrock of the war effort. Approx. 19" x 25". Several minor tears on top edge otherwise fine. (3FTube) (Stock number 003WWI-0104K) $75.00 SOLD


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