26” x 37 1/2” Victory Liberty Loan Poster. Edwards & Deutsch Litho. Co., Chicago. 1918. Image of a man in overalls with four patriotic pins. Text reads: “SURE! We’ll Finish the Job.” Image credited to Gerrit A. Beneker.Folded into eighths. Some minor separation at edges of folds. Tear at upper right and lower left. Overall Fine.
18 1/2” x 26” U.S Treasury Poster. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1953. Image of a hand holding a chart showing how Series E bonds will mature over a period of one, five and ten years. Two Eagles bookend “America’s Security if Your Security” banner at top. Blue shield with white text at to center reads: “ Begin Your Bond-A-Month Plan Today Tell our Teller Now!” Text at bottom reads “Buy U.S. Savings Bonds at this Bank.” Folded into quarters. Some minor wear at folds. Overall Very Fine.
1953, 13” X 18 1/2” U.S Savings Bonds Poster. U.S. Printing Office. 1953. Image of individuals in various professions with Payroll Savings Plan Application in foreground. Text at top of poster reads: “Labor’s Sign of the Times.” Image credited to Banye. Center fold reinforced with some separation at edges of fold. Some edge wear. Tape at upper left and right center. Overall Fine.
18 1/2” X 26” U.S. Savings Bonds Poster. U.S. Printing Office. 1955. Image of a man and a child holding hands. Text reads: “ For the BIG Things in Your Life Be Ready With U.S. SAVINGS BONDS.” Image credited to Thomas Fisher. Folded into quarters. Tape at upper left center. Some minor edge wear. Overall Very Fine.
13” x 8 3/4” U.S. Savings Bonds Poster. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1964. Image of the American Flag. Text to right of flag reads: “ John the Star-Spangled Savings Plan. Buy U.S. Savings Bonds Through Payroll Savings” Some minor wear to corners. Very Fine.
16” x 20” American Forest Products Industries, Inc. Poster. No date. Image of a forest fire at top and of fire watchers and firefighters at bottom. Text at center reads: “FOREST ENEMY NUMBER ONE Good forest management, which seeks to keep American forest Continuously at work growing successive tree crops, involves a constant battle with FIRE. Nature is bountiful . Trees reseed and grown rapidly on cut-over lands when seed sources and young tree left by the harvesters are protected from FIRE. So-called ‘devastated’ forest areas are usually the result of repeated fires.” Edge wear at left. Overall Fine.
[World War II] Unusually found War poster that was distributed to schools on a limited basis to help build funds for Army Ambulances: “Help Save Lives With War Savings: Army Field Ambulance $1950. Put your school’s name on an Army Ambulance.” 1944. Military ambulance with wounded being loaded into transport airplane. White boxes above the names and prices for ambulance parts. 38½” x 25½ . Original folds, tiny loss to the very bottom of “Official U.S. Treasury Poster” resulting in “Pos” removed. Fine.
18 1/2” x 27” Belgian War Relief Society Poster. No Date. New York. Image of a Belgian soldier in foreground. Background of bombers and four men tied to chairs before a firing squad. Image credited to R. Sturbelle. Text at bottom read: “The Belgian War Relief Society, Inc. (Participant in the Nation War Fund) 420 Lexington Ave. New York.” Minor wrinkling at bottom edge. Overall Very Fine.
44 3/4” x 61 1/2” French language poster for Marilyn (1963). This documentary, narrated by Rock Hudson, examined Marilyn Monroe’s career at 20th Century-Fox moves, covering her early studio work as a bit player to her final moments on film. This poster was issued for a 1980s re-release Folded Some separation at folds. Overall Very Good.