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    World War I Propaganda (U.S. Army, 1917). Recruitment Poster (30" X 40.25") "Over There," Louis D. Fancher Artwork.
    When he wasn't serving in the military intelligence service during WWI, Louis Fancher created some of the most stylized posters for the war effort, and this was one of his best. An airplane maintenance mechanic wishes a pilot "good luck" in a plane he has just sent off to fight for the US Army. This was a recruiting poster for all the service personnel the armed services would need. The poster has received no touchup and shows only some slight edge wear. Very Fine+on Linen.


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

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    17th Saturday 5:50 pm CT
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