Original U.S. WWII Government Printing Office “Attack Attack Attack, Buy War Bonds” Propaganda Poster - 22” x 28”

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. During WWII the United States issued war bonds that were labeled as Defense Bonds. They were later relabeled war bonds, after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The war bonds sold in the US helped the government raise about $185 billion. Bonds were bought by over 84 million Americans.

This is a genuine World War II Propaganda War Bond Poster produced by the U.S. Government Printing Office in 1942. Poster is unframed and measures: 22" x 28"

Bottom border of the poster reads:

U.S. Government Printing Office: 1942-O-497775

It reads "Attack, Attack, Attack, Buy War Bonds," with artwork by Ferdinand Warren. Posters during World War II were designed to instill in the people a positive outlook, a sense of patriotism and confidence. They linked the war in trenches with the war at home. From a practical point, they were used to encourage all Americans to help with the war effort. The posters called upon every man, woman, and child to endure the personal sacrifice and domestic adjustments to further the national agenda.

An unrestored totally original poster with a very clean overall appearance. It has minor signs of use, such as slight edge and fold wear, and very minor creases. The Poster has been folded, as it was originally for mailing to various government locations around the country. Offered in excellent condition with full color retention.

Comes more than ready to be framed and displayed.

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