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    World War I Propaganda (1918). Very Fine on Linen. Canadian Victory Bonds Poster (21.5" X 34") "Doing My Bit Four Years."
    As part of the British Empire, Canada entered the Great War in 1914 and had Highlander regiments composed of citizens of Scottish decent. This stone litho poster featuring a member of a Highlander regiment encourages other Canadian citizens to participate in the war effort by purchasing Victory Bonds. Light touchup has been applied to surface wear in the red text, and the poster has some small unaddressed tears and creases at the bottom. Very Fine on Linen.


    Estimate: $400 - $800.

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