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Original U.S. WWI Propaganda Poster - Victory Liberty Loan - And They Thought We Couldn't Fight

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Original Item: Only One Available. Fantastic World War One American propaganda poster featuring a color illustration of a wounded yet smiling soldier. His uniform sleeves are tattered, and he is bloodied and bandaged; he wears a helmet and carries three enemy helmets in his hands, in addition to his rifle. trench warfare is evident by the barbed wire fence and the ruins of a building which can be seen in the background. The poster reads:

And they
thought we
couldn't
FIGHT
VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN

Original artist was Vic Forsythe 1885-1962. [a.k.a. Clyde Forsythe] Forsythe, (Victor) Clyde, was born in 1885, Orange, Cal.; he was an American painter, sculptor, illustrator, and cartoonist.

Poster measures
41" (105cm) x 31" (78cm).

Published by "Ketterlinus. Phila."

"Clyde Forsythe" -Artist's signature at lower right corner of image.

Offered in very good condition with signs of minor wear to the edge and corners, vibrant color, clean overall. Poster comes unframed with brown archival backing.

This is an iconic Great War American poster.
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