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    Wear Your 4th Liberty Loan Button! 14" x 11" Artist: unsigned. This poster comes with the actual 4th Liberty Loan Button! This small poster was printed for the Fourth Liberty Loan, and it asked people to proudly wear the honor buttons they had received from buying the appropriate amount of war bonds. This poster is printed on very sturdy stock paper which is almost like cardboard. And pierced through the poster's upper right corner is a small Liberty Loan pin. This is not likely the honor button presented for this loan since it has the letter V on it which was used for the fifth and final loan, however, it is still a rare piece of history and this is how it came to us at Heritage. A great find, and a very rare opportunity to get two special items at once! The button is in great shape, like new.

    Condition-Fine; dirt stains and residue on lower edge, minor tear on upper edge.


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    December, 2005
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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