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    World War I Propaganda (1918). Fine/Very Fine on Linen. German Exhibition Poster (33" X 47.25") "German Air-War Trophies Exhibition," Max Mandl Artwork.
    Germany captured numerous enemy aircraft over the course of WWI, then put several of them up for exhibition at the end of the war. Many of these planes came from English dogfighters, and are often illustrated in other advertisements for the event. Partial touchup has been applied to the folds, a few pinholes, and small tears. There was some paper loss in the lower right corner that has been replaced, and the poster still has a few unaddressed creases and pinholes. Fine/Very Fine. on Linen.

    Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.

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