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Army Air Force Poster 28x39 Inch Airacobra 1942 Wwii Fighter Recruitment Poster

   Army Air Force Poster 28x39 Inch AIRACOBRA 1942 WWII Fighter RECRUITMENT POSTER. World War II (WWII) Army Air Force recruitment poster Airacobra poison to the Axis... And a fighter the Army Air Forces praise featuring art of a Bell P-39 Airacobra with a smoking German fighter in the background. Note that this poster has been trimmed and it now measures 27 3/4" x 39 1/4" [70 x 100 cm]. Also note that this poster was folded at one time but has been laying flat for a long time and will be sent rolled in a tube. Condition: good to very good. There are glue stains along portions of the ...

Original Wwii Official Us Army Air Corps Necktie Poster

   An original US Army Air Corps. The poster contains a piece of the. Used to make the necktie. The poster is in very good condition with some staining on the back side and some wear around the edges. Please reach out with any and all questions. The item "Original WWII Official US Army Air Corps Necktie Poster" is in sale since Friday, March 9, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Posters & Prints". The seller is "wwiistore" and is located in Kingman, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States, ...

Original Vintage Poster I Want You For The U. S. Army Usa Wwii Uncle Sam Flagg Ol

   Poster was unevenly torn in half horizontally about half way down and going through Uncle Sam's hand; tear has been professionally restored very well and there has been airbrushing over the tear that was in the white part of the poster; edge and corner wear, tears, creasing, crinkling, loss; some staining in the margins; some toning/yellowing consistent with age; yellow spot that appears to be a print defect at the top left edge to the the left of "I". Dimensions: 25.4 x 38 in. / 64.5 x 96.5 cm. Original vintage I WANT YOU FOR THE U. ARMY - ENLIST NOW WWII recruiting poster, plate ...

1942 This Is Our War Join The Waac Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Wwii Poster

1942 This is Our War Join the WAAC Women's Army Auxiliary Corps WWII Poster. Size (in): 38 x 25. Size (cm): 96.52 x 63.5. This poster depicts an outline of Pallas / Athena's head and a woman in a WAAC uniform. Below the title reads: Apply at any U. Army recruiting and induction station. 49 - RPB - 11.12.42 - 50M. If you have questions about how to pay for this item please let me know. The item "1942 This is Our War Join the WAAC Women's Army Auxiliary Corps WWII Poster" is in sale since Tuesday, June 4, 2019. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters". The seller is ...

Original Wwii War Poster, Pitch In And Help, Woman's Land Army, Morley, 1944

Original WWII War Poster, Pitch In And Help, Woman's Land Army, Morley, 1944. Lithograph poster circa 1944 for the. Please see photos for details and condition. All posters I sell are original and as such are decades old. This is part of my collection of hundreds of war and safety posters. The item "Original WWII War Poster, Pitch In And Help, Woman's Land Army, Morley, 1944" is in sale since Monday, January 20, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Posters & Prints". The seller is "tlmmkm1" and is located in ...

Original Wwii You Can Have Silver Wings Aaf Army Air Corps Fischer Ww2 Poster

   Title: You can have silver wings. Poster recruiting yo ung men for the Air Corps Enlisted Reserve who will then become Aviation Cadets in the U. You Can Have Silver Wings If you are 17 and less than 18 you may be qualified now for membership in the Air Corp Enlisted Reserve and for future training as an Aviation Cadet with the U. A well done poster, it doesn't turn up very often! All imperfections can be restored by a poster restoration specialist. Condition is 9.0 out of 10. Quality candidate for Linen Backing! Great addition to your collection! Please view all of the photos as they are...

That's Our Job Original Wwii Poster Army Ordnance Dept 28x40 75mm Gun Crew 1942

   Original US Army Ordnance Department poster from WWII. Wonderful graphics depict a 75mm field gun crew loading their cannon, with the statement....... Suppose it Won't Do Its Job? IT WILL, THAT'S OUR JOB! The poster artist was Harry Morse Meyers, and it was printed in 1942. This excellent poster was professionally backed on rice paper and professionally framed behind glass. Sorry for the glare and reflections, but items framed behind glass are difficult to photograph. The frame measurements are 31.5 inches wide by 43.5 inches tall. The item "THAT'S OUR JOB original WWII poster Army ...

Original Wwii Poster Were For Uso Us Navy Army Marines Air Corp Sign Poster

   Original-see proof stamp in pictures. There are some normal vintage wear with creasing and/or fraying in the corners-Please see pictures. The item "ORIGINAL WWII POSTER Were for USO US Navy Army Marines Air Corp Sign Poster" is in sale since Monday, August 27, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Posters & Prints". The seller is "092494jttpittman" and is located in Jasper, Tennessee. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, ...

Original Us Army Wwii Vd Poster Delayed Schiffers Franz O. 1946

   ORIGINAL OLD US ARMY WWII "VD" POSTER. (1902 in Eilendorf bei Aachen; 1976 in Erlangen). After World War II so called "VD" posters were created by order of the American government. "VD" stands for "veneral disease". Those posters were placed in regions where American soldiers were stationed as protectors on former German or Austrian territory. Those posters were designed to show those soldiers the dangers of sexual interargue with German women. Pictures that should impress the soldiers were shown on them to protect them from not coming home or maybe "delayed"! 22.5 x 16 inch. I SEND ...

Original Us Army Wwii Vd Poster Almost Schiffers Franz O. 1946

   ORIGINAL OLD US ARMY WWII "VD" POSTER. (1902 in Eilendorf bei Aachen; 1976 in Erlangen). After World War II so called "VD" posters were created by order of the American government. "VD" stands for "veneral disease". Those posters were placed in regions where American soldiers were stationed as protectors on former German or Austrian territory. Those posters were designed to show those soldiers the dangers of sexual interargue with German women. Pictures that should impress the soldiers were shown on them to protect them from not coming home or maybe "delayed"! 22.5 x 16 inch. I ...

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