From Two to Six (Triangle, 1918). One Sheet (27.5"...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionFrom Two to Six (Triangle, 1918). One Sheet (27.5" X 41").
An inventor has developed a device that will destroy submarines in this World War I era drama. The plans are stolen by German spies, but the inventor's daughter (Winifred Allen) follows them to New York City, meets a young man (Earle Fox) who has accidentally discovered the location of the plans, and together they overcome the enemy spies and recover her father's papers. This lovely stone litho one sheet has a dust shadow in the upper left corner, small tears and a minor chip in the right border, and staining in the borders. Most of the poster's wear is in the borders, leaving the image in excellent shape. Folded, Very Fine-.
Estimate: $300 - $600.
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