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DescriptionWorld War I Propaganda by James Montgomery Flagg (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1918). Very Fine- on Linen. War Savings Stamp Poster (20.25" X 30") "Beware the Wrath of the Patient Man."
James Montgomery Flagg again invokes the image of Uncle Sam on this War Savings Stamps poster, meant to encourage civilians to financially aid their country, even if they couldn't afford full savings bonds. This is the second time Heritage has presented this patriotic poster, which has had light touchup has been applied to correct pinholes, small tears, and a minor chip in the lower left corner. There are minute nicks at the upper edge, slight edge wear, as well as a few unobtrusive stains. Very Fine- on Linen.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000.
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