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    World War II Propaganda (U.S. Navy, c. 1943). Very Fine on Linen. Poster (30" X 40.5") "The Enemy Never Kills Time."
    As part of the Navy's "Don't Slow Up the Ship" propaganda series, this poster directly targets American factory workers by invoking the threat of the German war machine. Professional restoration has addressed minor fold wear and a small chip in the top right border with some airbrushing in the white background and border. Still visible is a minute paper lift in the exclamation mark in the top text and slight edge wear. Very Fine on Linen.


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