Original WWII Vintage 1943 Propaganda Poster- Doing All You Can Brother?

Item Description

Original Item: A very rare genuine vintage WW2 full color ink on paper poster and not a later reproduction. Overall condition is very good to excellent with faint fold lines and minor tearing at lower left corner. Iconic poster promoting the sale of war bonds during World War II; image depicts a wounded American soldier wearing a bandage around his head set against a barren battle field with a dark sky located in the background; inscriptions at top and bottom section.

• Official Title: "Doing All You Can, Brother?" Buy War Bonds
• Artist: Robert Smullyan Sloan Designer U.S. Department of the Treasury, Washington, D.C.
• Publisher U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. Printer
• Date: 1943
• Dimensions: Inches 40 1/4 x 28 1/2, Centimeters 102.2 x 72.4

Please note this is simply framed for display it is has not been professionally framed.

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