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DescriptionWorld War I Propaganda (United States Treasury Department, 1918). Very Fine- on Linen. Poster (30" X 40") "Joan of Arc Saved France," Haskell Coffin Artwork.
Invoking the image of the recently-beatified Joan of Arc, well known magazine illustrator Haskell Coffin encourages women with this inspiring figure to help save their country with the War Savings Stamps program. Offered a little over a century after the close of the Great War, this excellent stone litho poster has light touchup to the folds and a moderate tear at the bottom. There are unaddressed minor tears in the borders as well as a few pinholes. The left border has a small chip with a splice on the verso. Very Fine- on Linen.
Estimate: $600 - $1,200.
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