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    World War I Propaganda (U.S. Printing Office, 1917-1918). Fine+ on Linen. Liberty Bonds Poster (28" X 41") "How Much Will You Lend," Franklin Booth Artwork.
    A popular illustrator in such well-known magazines as Good Housekeeping and The Saturday Evening Post, Franklin Booth also lent his talents to the war effort for propaganda posters, federal envelopes, and even soldier death certificates. Here is a beautiful example of his artwork advertising Liberty Bonds to American civilians, offered for the first time at Heritage. Professional restoration has addressed edge wear, minor chips in the borders, and some tears. A few of the tears extend into the interior, including the right image area and the upper text. The borders have been airbrushed. Fine+ on Linen.

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

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