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    Collection of 13 World War I Posters- All Different. This lot consists of 13 different posters produced during World War I; for Liberty Loans, rationing, recruitment, and memorial. World War I was the first conflict in which poster art played a major part in educating the public on what was going on overseas. Posters allowed artists to illustrate the war in images that the public could understand and even make the conflict tangible. Included in this lot are the following posters: (All posters are approximately 30"- 40" tall) -- "Soldiers-Sailors And Women Guests - Welcome To the Y.W.C.A." by Walter Tittle; "We Need You" by Albert Steiner; "United America" by Charles Howard Walker; "Over The Top For You!" by Sidney Reisenberg; "Service Fall In! - National League For Woman's Service" by Lucile Patterson; "War Gardens Victorious" by Macinel Wright Enright; "Teamwork Wins" by Hibbard Van Buren Kline; "Together We Win" by James Montgomery Flagg; "Fighting Symbols" a poster depicting various symbols and emblems of the U.S. fighting forces; "Will You Have A Part?" by James Montgomery Flagg; "You Work Means Victory" by Fred J. Hoertz; "Hold On" by James Montgomery Flagg; and finally "Keep 'em Smiling" by M. Leone Bracker.

    Conditions are as follows:
    Soldiers-Sailors: linen backed; major wear on edges; full tear on lower edge.
    We Need You: left edge torn and crinkled; linen backed; staining in the upper quadrant.
    United America: linen backed; lower left corner torn; six large holes on upper edge; upper edge torn and pieces missing.
    Over The Top: linen backed; major tear on upper edge; hole in text on "Government"; mold on verso.
    Service Fall In: linen backed; upper edge and upper corners torn; some minor holes and staining.
    War Gardens: linen backed; tears on left and right edges; soiled in lower right quadrant.
    Teamwork Wins: linen backed; stains and tears on upper edge; right edge worn heavily; lower right corner is creased.
    Together We Win: linen backed; upper corners are dirty; corners torn from tape.
    Fighting Symbols: linen backed; yellowed from age and acid degradation; drawn on.
    Will You Have A Part: linen backed, edges worn and torn, dirt stains on front side.
    Hold On: linen backed, torn badly on upper edge, tack or tape hole present on upper edge in the center.
    Keep 'Em Smiling: linen backed, right edge worn and chipped, yellowed and slightly brittle from acid degradation, all four corners missing.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2006
    7th Wednesday
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