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    World War I British Recruitment (Parliamentary Recruiting
    Committee,1915). British Poster No. 107 (40" X 60") "It's Our Flag."
    Well known at the time for his serene landscapes and automotive paintings, artist David Lipscombe urges his countrymen to enlist in Britain's first-ever mass citizen army. Now a century old, this incredibly well preserved stone litho poster retains all of its original richness of color and has only had minimal restoration with touch up work to its folds. Very Fine+ on Linen.


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    November, 2015
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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