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    World War I Propaganda (U.S. Government Printing, 1919). Victory Liberty Loan Poster (20" X 30") "And They Thought We Couldn't Fight."
    This stirring image is by noted cartoonist/artist, Victor Clyde Forsythe. Forsythe entered the comic strip world prior to World War I. His most successful feature was the long-running Joe Jinks, which dealt successively with automobiles, aviation, and boxing. He drew a number of other strips ("Way Out West"), and for a time, shared a studio with Norman Rockwell. He was noted particularly for his fine desert scenes. Brilliant stone litho color fills this poster, which has a few signs of wear, including tears in the borders, some of which extend slightly into the background and have archival tape on the verso, and a bottom right corner bend/tear. Rolled, Fine+.


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    March, 2015
    28th-29th Saturday-Sunday
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