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Original U.S. WWII 1943 Coca-Cola Army Air Force Aircraft Identification Posters - Set of 18

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Original Items: Only One Set Available. This is an incredible collection of 18 mounted posters, produced by Coca-Cola during World War II, that were hung in bottling plant lobbies, schools, and other businesses to educate the viewer of the differences between friendly planes and enemy aircraft as preparation for bomb drills. Artist William Heaslip provides amazing artwork to distinguish between the Allies and Axis fighters. Each measures approximately 15" W x 13" H. Featured are the following WW2 USAAF aircraft:

Vought OS2U "Kingfisher"
Consolidated B-24 "Liberator"
Consolidated PBY "Catalina"
Martin B-26 "Marauder"
Boeing B-17 "Fortress"
Grumman F4F "Wildcat"
Curtis SB2c "Helldiver"
Vought F4U "Corsair"
Republic P-47 "Thunderbolt"
Bell P-39 "Airacobra"
Lockheed P-39 "Lightning"
North American B-25 "Mitchell"
Vought R-4 "Helicopter"
Curtis P-40 "Warhawk"
Douglas P-70 Havoc"
Lockheed C-69 "Constellation" (with Paratroopers!)
North American A 36 "Invader"
Grumman TBF "Avenger" Torpedo Bomber

Vintage World War Two Coke posters of this type are some of the most desirable on the market today!

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