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    World War I Propaganda (c. 1917). Rolled, Fine+. U.S. Marines Poster (28" X 42") "This Device." Charles Buckles Falls Artwork. War.
    Charles Buckles Falls provides the unmistakable image of the U.S. Marines insignia, reminding all viewers that U.S. Marines are the "First to Fight." An unrestored poster with good color and an overall very presentable appearance. It may have edge wear, creasing, pinholes including torn and enlarged pinholes, tears, minor paper loss, and/or some smudges and stains including tape stains. There are several strips of archival tape on the verso. Rolled, Fine+.


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    June, 2019
    2nd Sunday
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