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Auction Description for Louis J. Dianni, LLC: 5th Annual Palm Beach Auction-Day 2 of 3

5th Annual Palm Beach Auction-Day 2 of 3

(552 Lots)

by Louis J. Dianni, LLC


552 lots | 519 with images

February 16, 2014

Live Auction

150 Australian Ave

West Palm Beach , FL, 33406 USA

Phone: 954-895-8727

Fax: 888-371-4620

Email: ljdmarine01@gmail.com

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WWII Our Good Earth, Keep it Ours, J.S. Curry

Lot 601: WWII Our Good Earth, Keep it Ours, J.S. Curry

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Description: Artist: John Steuart CurryArtist Dates: 1897-1946Signed Within Plate: YesDate of Work: 1942Description: Curry’s image of a young farmer in a Kansas wheat field with two children playing at his side symbolized the power of American agriculture. Analogizing the heartland of America with â€aeThe Good Earth” and imploring Americans to keep it that way Curry’s primary artistic contribution to the war effort. Curry is known as one of America’s greatest painters of the heartland and for depicting in his home state of Kansas. He, along with Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood, were hailed as the three great painters of American Regionalism of the first half of the 20th century. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 14"L x 22"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: John Steuart Curry was born in Dunavant, Kansas, and, after training at the Chicago Art Institute, the Kansas City Art Institute and Paris’s Academie Julian, major publications such as the Saturday Evening Post gainfully employed his talent for illustration. While teaching at the Art Student’s League and Cooper Union in New York City, Curry rejected the impersonal quality of industrialism to favor subject matter reflective of his agrarian background. Moreover, the circus spectacle that he enjoyed in the rural county fairs inspired him to tour with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, from which were borne a series of sketches, watercolors and paintings that captured the rich pageantry of carnival life. Curry was commissioned for several mural projects: the Department of the Interior and Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., as well as the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka. Their subject matter reflected Curry’s desire to create art meaningful to the American people. His work is also installed in numerous museums, including the Whitney and Metropolitan Museums in New York.In the words of Harry Wickey: â€aeOne is convinced that the story Curry paint[ed] actually happened. It seems to me that this fulfills Walt Whitman’s hope and prophecy of a truly great native art growing out of American life.”Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Our Good Earth, Keep it Ours, J.S. Curry

Lot 602: WWII Our Good Earth, Keep it Ours, J.S. Curry

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Description: Artist: John Steuart CurryArtist Dates: 1897-1946Signed Within Plate: YesDate of Work: 1942Description: Curry’s image of a young farmer in a Kansas wheat field with two children playing at his side symbolized the power of American agriculture. Analogizing the heartland of America with â€aeThe Good Earth” and imploring Americans to keep it that way Curry’s primary artistic contribution to the war effort. Curry is known as one of America’s greatest painters of the heartland and for depicting in his home state of Kansas. He, along with Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood, were hailed as the three great painters of American Regionalism of the first half of the 20th century. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 14"L x 22"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: John Steuart Curry was born in Dunavant, Kansas, and, after training at the Chicago Art Institute, the Kansas City Art Institute and Paris’s Academie Julian, major publications such as the Saturday Evening Post gainfully employed his talent for illustration. While teaching at the Art Student’s League and Cooper Union in New York City, Curry rejected the impersonal quality of industrialism to favor subject matter reflective of his agrarian background. Moreover, the circus spectacle that he enjoyed in the rural county fairs inspired him to tour with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, from which were borne a series of sketches, watercolors and paintings that captured the rich pageantry of carnival life. Curry was commissioned for several mural projects: the Department of the Interior and Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., as well as the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka. Their subject matter reflected Curry’s desire to create art meaningful to the American people. His work is also installed in numerous museums, including the Whitney and Metropolitan Museums in New York.In the words of Harry Wickey: â€aeOne is convinced that the story Curry paint[ed] actually happened. It seems to me that this fulfills Walt Whitman’s hope and prophecy of a truly great native art growing out of American life.”Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Our Good Earth Keep it Ours, J.S. Curry

Lot 603: WWII Our Good Earth Keep it Ours, J.S. Curry

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Description: Artist: John Steuart CurryArtist Dates: 1897-1946Signed Within Plate: YesDate of Work: 1942Description: Curry’s image of a young farmer in a Kansas wheat field with two children playing at his side symbolized the power of American agriculture. Analogizing the heartland of America with â€aeThe Good Earth” and imploring Americans to keep it that way Curry’s primary artistic contribution to the war effort. Curry is known as one of America’s greatest painters of the heartland and for depicting in his home state of Kansas. He, along with Thomas Hart Benton and Grant Wood, were hailed as the three great painters of American Regionalism of the first half of the 20th century. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 14" L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: John Steuart Curry was born in Dunavant, Kansas, and, after training at the Chicago Art Institute, the Kansas City Art Institute and Paris’s Academie Julian, major publications such as the Saturday Evening Post gainfully employed his talent for illustration. While teaching at the Art Student’s League and Cooper Union in New York City, Curry rejected the impersonal quality of industrialism to favor subject matter reflective of his agrarian background. Moreover, the circus spectacle that he enjoyed in the rural county fairs inspired him to tour with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, from which were borne a series of sketches, watercolors and paintings that captured the rich pageantry of carnival life. Curry was commissioned for several mural projects: the Department of the Interior and Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., as well as the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka. Their subject matter reflected Curry’s desire to create art meaningful to the American people. His work is also installed in numerous museums, including the Whitney and Metropolitan Museums in New York.In the words of Harry Wickey: â€aeOne is convinced that the story Curry paint[ed] actually happened. It seems to me that this fulfills Walt Whitman’s hope and prophecy of a truly great native art growing out of American life.”Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII We Have Just Begun to Fight!

Lot 604: WWII We Have Just Begun to Fight!

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This adaptation of a French WWI poster shows a soldier urging his soldiers forward. The title quotes John Paul Jones, the Revolutionary War hero. The Battles listed include combat action from 1941 to 1943. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve . Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20" L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David Orzeck Condition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Do Your Part to Win the War Buy Stamps

Lot 605: WWII Do Your Part to Win the War Buy Stamps

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: This U.S. Treasury war savings stamps promotions poster was aimed at students and children. This poster is a good example of how a few pennies saved would pay for tangible war materiel. Some squares depict the use of different military supplies, and other squares describe the supplies and how many stamps it takes to purchase them. The border depicts military insignia, war scenes, and military personnel. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 28"L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/A Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Do Your Part to Win the War Buy Stamps

Lot 606: WWII Do Your Part to Win the War Buy Stamps

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: This U.S. Treasury war savings stamps promotions poster was aimed at students and children. This poster is a good example of how a few pennies saved would pay for tangible war materiel. Some squares depict the use of different military supplies, and other squares describe the supplies and how many stamps it takes to purchase them. The border depicts military insignia, war scenes, and military personnel. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 28"L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed. Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Do Your Part to Win the War Buy Stamps

Lot 607: WWII Do Your Part to Win the War Buy Stamps

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: This U.S. Treasury war savings stamps promotions poster was aimed at students and children. This poster is a good example of how a few pennies saved would pay for tangible war materiel. Some squares depict the use of different military supplies, and other squares describe the supplies and how many stamps it takes to purchase them. The border depicts military insignia, war scenes, and military personnel. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 28"L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed. Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII We Can't All Go, Put 10% of Pay on War Bonds

Lot 608: WWII We Can't All Go, Put 10% of Pay on War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1939-1945Description: A black and white image of soldier holding his child. Below the image: "We can't all go... but we can all help! Put at least 10% of your pay in War bonds. Sign the card today." This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 17"L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks(horizontal) and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed. Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII We Can't All Go, Put 10% of Pay on War Bonds

Lot 609: WWII We Can't All Go, Put 10% of Pay on War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1939-1945Description: A black and white image of soldier holding his child. Below the image: "We can't all go... but we can all help! Put at least 10% of your pay in War bonds. Sign the card today." This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 17"L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David Orzeck Condition: Minor tear on upper fold mark (.75" L). Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII We Can't All Go, Put 10% of Pay on War Bonds

Lot 610: WWII We Can't All Go, Put 10% of Pay on War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1939-1945Description: A black and white image of soldier holding his child. Below the image: "We can't all go... but we can all help! Put at least 10% of your pay in War bonds. Sign the card today." This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 17"L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David Orzeck Condition: Minor tear towards bottom left corner of poster. (.75"L) Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII We Can't All Go, Put 10% of Pay on War Bonds

Lot 611: WWII We Can't All Go, Put 10% of Pay on War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1939-1945Description: A black and white image of soldier holding his child. Below the image: "We can't all go... but we can all help! Put at least 10% of your pay in War bonds. Sign the card today." This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 17"L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David Orzeck Condition: Poster has original horizontal fold mark and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Poster has (.75") tear on bottom left edge in red area. Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII For Victory and My Personal Post War World

Lot 612: WWII For Victory and My Personal Post War World

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1939-45Description: Poster depicts a citizen holding an envelope with money. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David Orzeck Condition: Minor discoloration on bottom fold towards the right. Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII For Victory and My Personal Post War World

Lot 613: WWII For Victory and My Personal Post War World

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1939-45Description: Poster depicts a citizen holding an envelope with money. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David Orzeck Condition: Minor discoloration on bottom fold towards the right. Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed. Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII

Lot 614: WWII "Your War Bonds Are a Stake in the Future"

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Description: Artist: Allen SaalburgArtist Dates: 1988-1987Signed Within Plate: YesDate of Work: 1943Description: This poster shows an engraved stone plaque affixed to an outer red brick wall of a building. The plaque has an eagle/shield at the top and the text engraved below it. A U.S. flag wrapped around its pole leans toward the plaque in the foreground. Saalburg headed a murals project for the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in New York during the 1930's that was responsible for murals throughout Central Park and the entire city.This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed. Artist Biography: Allen Saalburg was born June 25, 1899 in Rochelle, Illinois. Charles Saalburg, his father, a newspaper cartoonist and printer, moved the family to New York when he obtained a patent for early four-color printing, first used to print the cartoon strip The Yellow Kid. Allen Saalburg studied painting at Pratt Institute, and with William Sloan at the Art Students League, 1918-1920. In 1927, he joined his brother, Leslie, an illustrator, in Paris for three years.Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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Lot 615: WWII "Your War Bonds Are a Stake in the Future"

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Description: Artist: Allen SaalburgArtist Dates: 1988-1987Signed Within Plate: YesDate of Work: 1943Description: This poster shows an engraved stone plaque affixed to an outer red brick wall of a building. The plaque has an eagle/shield at the top and the text engraved below it. A U.S. flag wrapped around its pole leans toward the plaque in the foreground. Saalburg headed a murals project for the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in New York during the 1930's that was responsible for murals throughout Central Park and the entire city.This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: Allen Saalburg was born June 25, 1899 in Rochelle, Illinois. Charles Saalburg, his father, a newspaper cartoonist and printer, moved the family to New York when he obtained a patent for early four-color printing, first used to print the cartoon strip The Yellow Kid. Allen Saalburg studied painting at Pratt Institute, and with William Sloan at the Art Students League, 1918-1920. In 1927, he joined his brother, Leslie, an illustrator, in Paris for three years.Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII She's Ready, Too - Buy War Bonds

Lot 616: WWII She's Ready, Too - Buy War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1945Description: This poster is highlighted by a woman in a business suit walking briskly while telling us to buy bonds. In the background of the poster is the shadow of The Minuteman, which was used quite frequently in posters produced during the first two years of WWII. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII She's Ready, Too - Buy War Bonds

Lot 617: WWII She's Ready, Too - Buy War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: This poster is highlighted by a woman in a business suit walking briskly while telling us to buy bonds. In the background of the poster is the shadow of The Minuteman, which was used quite frequently in posters produced during the first two years of WWII.This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible)Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII She's Ready, Too - Buy War Bonds

Lot 618: WWII She's Ready, Too - Buy War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: This poster is highlighted by a woman in a business suit walking briskly while telling us to buy bonds. In the background of the poster is the shadow of The Minuteman, which was used quite frequently in posters produced during the first two years of WWII.This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Minor fold tear on upper fold mark (.5"L) Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible)Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Schools at War Program, I. Nurick

Lot 619: WWII Schools at War Program, I. Nurick

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Description: Artist: Irving NurickArtist Dates: 1894 - 1963Signed Within Plate: YesDate of Work: 1942Description: In this poster, school kids carry recyclable items to a local redemption center to be converted into war supplies. Kids were also enlisted to sell war savings stamps as part of the Schools at War campaign. The government contended that saving scrap not only helped the war effort but also taught children lessons in thrift and ingenuity as well.This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: Made a career out of being able to depict teens, twins, and young adults, especially pretty girls. He had a very long assignment, depicting "Sub-Debs" for Ladies' Home Journal. Story art for Collier's, Pictorial Review, College Humor, Saturday Evening Post. Campaign work for Kotex (his longest), Wesson Oil, Ivory Soap.Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Schools at War Program, I. Nurick

Lot 620: WWII Schools at War Program, I. Nurick

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Description: Artist: Irving NurickArtist Dates: 1894 - 1963Signed Within Plate: YesDate of Work: 1942Description: In this poster, school kids carry recyclable items to a local redemption center to be converted into war supplies. Kids were also enlisted to sell war savings stamps as part of the Schools at War campaign. The government contended that saving scrap not only helped the war effort but also taught children lessons in thrift and ingenuity as well.This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed.Artist Biography: Made a career out of being able to depict teens, twins and young adults, especially pretty girls. He had a very long assignment, depicting "Sub-Debs" for Ladies' Home Journal. Story art for Collier's, Pictorial Review, College Humor, Saturday Evening Post. Campaign work for Kotex (his longest), Wesson Oil, Ivory Soap.Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

Lot 621: WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: The poster image is a black & white photograph of a smiling woman, holding and looking at folded $25 war bonds and an envelope. Her dark hair is coiffed and she wears a work uniform with a â€ae10%” slogan button on her pocket. In the background is a â€aepaymaster” window and a â€ae10%” slogan sign on the wall. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed. Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

Lot 622: WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: The poster image is a black & white photograph of a smiling woman, holding and looking at folded $25 war bonds and an envelope. Her dark hair is coiffed and she wears a work uniform with a â€ae10%” slogan button on her pocket. In the background is a â€aepaymaster” window and a â€ae10%” slogan sign on the wall. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

Lot 623: WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: The poster image is a black & white photograph of a smiling woman, holding and looking at folded $25 war bonds and an envelope. Her dark hair is coiffed and she wears a work uniform with a â€ae10%” slogan button on her pocket. In the background is a â€aepaymaster” window and a â€ae10%” slogan sign on the wall. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

Lot 624: WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: The poster image is a black & white photograph of a smiling woman, holding and looking at folded $25 war bonds and an envelope. Her dark hair is coiffed and she wears a work uniform with a â€ae10%” slogan button on her pocket. In the background is a â€aepaymaster” window and a â€ae10%” slogan sign on the wall. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

Lot 625: WWII This is My Fight Too, 10% War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: The poster image is a black & white photograph of a smiling woman, holding and looking at folded $25 war bonds and an envelope. Her dark hair is coiffed and she wears a work uniform with a â€ae10%” slogan button on her pocket. In the background is a â€aepaymaster” window and a â€ae10%” slogan sign on the wall. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Minor tear upper edge side (0.7"L). Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Even a Little Can Help a Lot - Now, Parker

Lot 626: WWII Even a Little Can Help a Lot - Now, Parker

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Description: Artist: Alfred Charles ParkerArtist Dates: 1906-1985Signed Within Plate: YesDate of Work: 1942Description: This poster shows an idealized mother and daughter dutifully using war stamps. This poster is a gentle reminder of a time when Americans all pitched in for a great cause. A founder of the modern glamour aesthetic, Parker defined the progressive look and feel of published illustrations as America left the economic depression for fight in WWII. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 14"L x 20"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: founder of the modern glamour aesthetic, Alfred Charles Parker (1906-1985) defined the progressive look and feel of published imagery at a time of sweeping change, when Americans, emerging from the trials of economic depression and war, sought symbols of hope and redemption on the pages of our nation's periodicals. His innovative, modernist artworks created for mass-appeal women's magazines and their advertisers captivated upwardly mobile mid-twentieth century readers, reflecting and profoundly influencing the values and aspirations of American women and their families during the post-war era. Meta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII This is Our Goal in the 7th War Loan

Lot 627: WWII This is Our Goal in the 7th War Loan

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1945Description: The woman in this poster is asking workers at her workplace to buy war bonds just as WWII is ending. The dollar amount she is seeking is on the chart and there is a quote from FDR at the bottom of the poster. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20"L x 28" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Help Him, Help Yourself, For Victory

Lot 628: WWII Help Him, Help Yourself, For Victory

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: This poster features black and white photographs, with large arrows containing captions pointing to each photo. The captions explain the benefits of war bonds. One photograph is of a soldier in a combat uniform, holding a rifle. The other photograph is of a man in a work shirt, doing mechanical work. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 17" L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Help Him, Help Yourself, For Victory

Lot 629: WWII Help Him, Help Yourself, For Victory

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: This poster features black and white photographs, with large arrows containing captions pointing to each photo. The captions explain the benefits of war bonds. One photograph is of a soldier in a combat uniform, holding a rifle. The other photograph is of a man in a work shirt, doing mechanical work. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 17" L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Bottom right edge shows wrinkling, tear on edge. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Help Him, Help Yourself, For Victory

Lot 630: WWII Help Him, Help Yourself, For Victory

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: This poster features black and white photographs, with large arrows containing captions pointing to each photo. The captions explain the benefits of war bonds. One photograph is of a soldier in a combat uniform, holding a rifle. The other photograph is of a man in a work shirt, doing mechanical work. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 17" L x 22" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

Lot 631: WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This poster depicts a giant thumb pressed down on a ration stamp squashing a man. The Office of Price Administration produced this poster to keep Americans informed about the dangers of paying more than legal prices for goods on the â€aeBlack Market.” This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 21"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster shows loss on right side of finger (retouched with paint). Letters in black also show retouching in black. Tear on bottom edge (repaired and retouched .2"L). Poster is separated at fold marks and put together with backing. Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

Lot 632: WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This poster depicts a giant thumb pressed down on a ration stamp squashing a man. The Office of Price Administration produced this poster to keep Americans informed about the dangers of paying more than legal prices for goods on the â€aeBlack Market.” This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 21"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has minor loss on lower edge (0.2" x 0.2" in length). Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

Lot 633: WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This poster depicts a giant thumb pressed down on a ration stamp squashing a man. The Office of Price Administration produced this poster to keep Americans informed about the dangers of paying more than legal prices for goods on the â€aeBlack Market.” This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 21"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

Lot 634: WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This poster depicts a giant thumb pressed down on a ration stamp squashing a man. The Office of Price Administration produced this poster to keep Americans informed about the dangers of paying more than legal prices for goods on the â€aeBlack Market.” This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 21"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed.Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

Lot 635: WWII Stamp Out Black Markets

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This poster depicts a giant thumb pressed down on a ration stamp squashing a man. The Office of Price Administration produced this poster to keep Americans informed about the dangers of paying more than legal prices for goods on the â€aeBlack Market.” This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 21"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster shows 2 minor scratches on right side (2" in L). Bottom left corner loss (.5" x .7"L). Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible). Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Save For Security Buy Defense Savings Here

Lot 636: WWII Save For Security Buy Defense Savings Here

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1941Description: This is one of the earliest WWII posters issued by the government. The poster showcases a statue of a colonial militiaman holding a rifle with his hand on a plow, against a background of white and red stripes. This poster was distributed primarily for store displays and is set in a blue frame with stars. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Save For Security Buy Defense Savings Here

Lot 637: WWII Save For Security Buy Defense Savings Here

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1941Description: This is one of the earliest WWII posters issued by the government. The poster showcases a statue of a colonial militiaman holding a rifle with his hand on a plow, against a background of white and red stripes. This poster was distributed primarily for store displays and is set in a blue frame with stars. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster shows minor discoloration on blue sides. Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Save For Security Buy Defense Savings Here

Lot 638: WWII Save For Security Buy Defense Savings Here

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1941Description: This is one of the earliest WWII posters issued by the government. The poster showcases a statue of a colonial militiaman holding a rifle with his hand on a plow, against a background of white and red stripes. This poster was distributed primarily for store displays and is set in a blue frame with stars. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Save For Security Buy Defense Savings Here

Lot 639: WWII Save For Security Buy Defense Savings Here

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1941Description: This is one of the earliest WWII posters issued by the government. The poster showcases a statue of a colonial militiaman holding a rifle with his hand on a plow, against a background of white and red stripes. This poster was distributed primarily for store displays and is set in a blue frame with stars. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Make Your Own Declaration of War

Lot 640: WWII Make Your Own Declaration of War

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: Poster depicts a declaration of war advertisement directed to the citizens of the United States. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently linen backed. Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Make Your Own Declaration of War

Lot 641: WWII Make Your Own Declaration of War

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: Poster depicts a declaration of war advertisement directed to the citizens of the United States. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Lets Fly This Flag in War Bonds

Lot 642: WWII Lets Fly This Flag in War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: Poster illustrates a flag portraying a U.S. soldier ready for battle along with an advertisement for Americans to give at least 10% in war bonds. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Lets Fly This Flag in War Bonds

Lot 643: WWII Lets Fly This Flag in War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: Poster illustrates a flag portraying a U.S. soldier ready for battle along with an advertisement for Americans to give at least 10% in war bonds. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Lets Fly This Flag in War Bonds

Lot 644: WWII Lets Fly This Flag in War Bonds

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1942Description: Poster illustrates a flag portraying a U.S. soldier ready for battle along with an advertisement for Americans to give at least 10% in war bonds. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 22"L x 28"HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

Lot 645: WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This war savings stamps poster promotes an effort to build an aircraft carrier with contributions of $1 from every citizen. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20" L x 26" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

Lot 646: WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This war savings stamps poster promotes an effort to build an aircraft carrier with contributions of $1 from every citizen. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20" L x 26" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

Lot 647: WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This war savings stamps poster promotes an effort to build an aircraft carrier with contributions of $1 from every citizen. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20" L x 26" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

Lot 648: WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This war savings stamps poster promotes an effort to build an aircraft carrier with contributions of $1 from every citizen. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20" L x 26" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

Lot 649: WWII $1 In War Stamps From Every American

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1943Description: This war savings stamps poster promotes an effort to build an aircraft carrier with contributions of $1 from every citizen. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 20" L x 26" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: N/AMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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WWII Buy Your Extra War Bonds Here War Loan

Lot 650: WWII Buy Your Extra War Bonds Here War Loan

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Description: Artist: AnonymousArtist Dates: UnknownSigned Within Plate: NoneDate of Work: 1945Description: This poster was part of the campaign for a 7th War Loan subscription, which took place in May 1945, just days after victory in Europe. Officials were concerned that the defeat of Germany might lessen bond sales, but support for this campaign surpassed all expectations, as over $156 billion was raised. This collection is from Dr. David Orzeck by descent to his daughter Lida Orzeck and the entire collection is offered without reserve. Lida Orzeck came across more than 750 vintage war posters from World War I and World War II in her family’s home basement that her father, David Orzeck, a Brooklyn doctor, had meticulously collected. Discovered in 1970, the posters â€" of which few pristine prints remain with the exception of the National Archives and the Library of Congress â€" were in mint condition, neatly catalogued and folded in brown wrapping paper from grocery stores.Size: 19" L x 27" HWeight: Provenance: Dr. David OrzeckCondition: Poster has original fold marks and has not been exposed to sunlight, thus preserving the vibrant colors. Minor loss on upper left side of flag with red touchup on the number 7. Recently mounted on archival paper (reversible).Artist Biography: AnonymousMeta: Poster, WWI, WWII, Military, Militaria, Army, Navy, Marines, AirForce, Propaganda.

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