World War I Propaganda (New Columbus Litho, 1917). Very Fi...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionWorld War I Propaganda (New Columbus Litho, 1917). Very Fine on Linen. Poster (19.75" X 26.5") "Keep the Hun Out," William Addison Ireland Artwork.
Illustrated by William Ireland, the poster pictures a German soldier climbing through the window of a home. It advertises the sale of War Saving Stamps as a method of beating the German invasion of "Huns" as they were called. This is a Heritage first time offering. The poster has been conserved on linen with minimal tears, pinholes and small chips addressed. Very Fine on Linen.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000.
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