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DescriptionWorld War II Propaganda (U.S. Government Printing Office, 1944). Folded, Fine. Poster (28.5" X 40") "Stop Him and the Job Is Done," Harry Morse Meyers Artwork.
With the Allied armies rapidly destroying the Axis presence in Europe, the U.S. set their sights on the Pacific theater to defeat the Japanese forces, as seen in this intimidating portrayal of a Japanese soldier. Created by magazine illustrator Harry Morse Meyers, this Heritage first has mild edge and fold wear, some fold separations, unobtrusive stains, and a minor corner chip in the bottom left. There are small tears as well as a large tear extending from a fold separation in the upper right through the image into the barrel of the gun. The verso has some repair work to address the tears. Folded, Fine.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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