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VARIOUS ARTISTS. [CHINESE PROPAGANDA / CULTURAL REVOLUTION.] Group of approximately 50 posters. 1950s-1970s. Sizes vary, each approxima

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: VARIOUS ARTISTS [CHINESE PROPAGANDA / CULTURAL REVOLUTION.] Group of approximately 50 posters. 1950s-1970s. Sizes vary, each approximately 29x20 inches, 73x51 cm. Condition varies, generally B+. Paper.

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MONOGRAM UNKNOWN. [LONG LIVE THE INTERNATIONAL PROLETARIAN REVOLUTION.] 1925. 38x24 inches, 98x63 cm. Giz State Publishing House, Lenin

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: MONOGRAM UNKNOWN [LONG LIVE THE INTERNATIONAL PROLETARIAN REVOLUTION.] 1925. 38 3/4x24 3/4 inches, 98 1/2x63 cm. Giz State Publishing House, Leningrad. Condition B+ / B: restored losses, repaired tears, creases and overpainting in margins and image.

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ALBERT STERNER (1863-1946). U.S. NAVY / OVER THERE. 1917. 59x40 inches, 150x102 cm. American Lithographic Co., New York.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: ALBERT STERNER (1863-1946) U.S. NAVY / OVER THERE. 1917. 59x40 1/4 inches, 150x102 cm. American Lithographic Co., New York. Condition B+: repaired tears at edges, some affecting image; overpainting and restoration in margins. In 1917, George M. Cohan composed the song that more than any other would become the anthem for the First World War: "Over There." Using the song's title, Sterner depicts a somber, strong image of Columbia, sword in hand, beneath the billowing stars and stripes, and a sky filled with curls of smoke emanating from the ships of the Navy. She is pointing a sailor to the distant shores of Europe. Rawls p. 80, Theofiles 49, Navy 2.

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SERGEI ALEKSANDROVICH KHRISTOFOROV (1891-CIRCA 1949). [REMEMBER THE PRISONERS OF CAPITAL!] 41x27 inches, 104x69 cm. Publisher Associati

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: SERGEI ALEKSANDROVICH KHRISTOFOROV (1891-CIRCA 1949) [REMEMBER THE PRISONERS OF CAPITAL!] 41x27 1/4 inches, 104x69 1/4 cm. Publisher Association of Artists of the Revolution, Moscow. Condition B: restored losses in margins; repaired tears, sharp creases and overpainting in margins and image.

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GEORGES DORIVAL (1879-1968). LOS FOYERS DU SOLDAT. 1918. 28x39 inches, 72x99 cm. Atelier Geo. Dorival, Paris.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: GEORGES DORIVAL (1879-1968) LOS FOYERS DU SOLDAT. 1918. 28 1/2x39 inches, 72 1/4x99 cm. Atelier Geo. Dorival, Paris. Condition B: losses, repaired tears and abrasions in margins; creases in margins and image and along horizontal fold.

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GEORGES DOLA (EDMOND VERNIER, 1872-1950). QU'EN PENSEZ - VOUS? 1929. 47x31 inches, 120x80 cm. Max Eschig, Paris.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: GEORGES DOLA (EDMOND VERNIER, 1872-1950) QU'EN PENSEZ - VOUS? 1929. 47 1/2x31 1/2 inches, 120 3/4x80 cm. Max Eschig, Paris. Condition A: light staining in margins and image.

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D'APRÈS GEO HAM (GEORGES HAMEL, 1900-1972). PAU / GRAND PRIX AUTOMOBILE. 1952. 23x15 inches, 58x38 cm. Chabrillac, Toulouse.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: D'APRÈS GEO HAM (GEORGES HAMEL, 1900-1972) PAU / GRAND PRIX AUTOMOBILE. 1952. 23x15 1/4 inches, 58x38 1/2 cm. Chabrillac, Toulouse. Condition A- / B+: minor tears and creases at edges. Paper.

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GEO HAM (GEORGES HAMEL, 1900-1972). MONACO. 1948. 47x31 inches, 120x80 cm. Monégasque, Monte-Carlo.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $6,000 - $9,000

Description: GEO HAM (GEORGES HAMEL, 1900-1972) MONACO. 1948. 47 1/4x31 1/2 inches, 120x80 cm. Monégasque, Monte-Carlo. Condition A / A-: minor tear in upper right image. Riviera 263.

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GEORGE MASSIOT (DATES UNKNOWN). SANDEMAN PORT. 1928. 60x40 inches, 152x102 cm.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: GEORGE MASSIOT (DATES UNKNOWN) SANDEMAN PORT. 1928. 60x40 1/4 inches, 152 1/2x102 1/4 cm. Condition B: replaced margins; repaired tears, restored losses, creases, abrasions, overpainting and staining in margins and image; repaired pin holes in corners.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN. GEORGE / THE SUPREME MASTER OF MAGIC. 40x26 inches, 103x69 cm. The Otis Lithograph Co., Cleveland.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: DESIGNER UNKNOWN GEORGE / THE SUPREME MASTER OF MAGIC. 40 1/2x26 3/4 inches, 103x69 cm. The Otis Lithograph Co., Cleveland. Condition A.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN. CARIBBEAN / PAN AMERICAN. 42x28 inches, 106x71 cm.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: DESIGNER UNKNOWN CARIBBEAN / PAN AMERICAN. 42x28 inches, 106 3/4x71 cm. Condition A-: repaired tear at top edge; minor abrasions at edges.

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GEORGE WHARTON EDWARDS (1859-1950). FUNK & WAGNALLS STANDARD DICTIONARY. 1896. 12x21 inches, 31x55 cm.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: GEORGE WHARTON EDWARDS (1859-1950) FUNK & WAGNALLS STANDARD DICTIONARY. 1896. 12 1/4x21 3/4 inches, 31x55 1/4 cm. Condition B+ / B: repaired tears at edges; creases and foxing in margins and image; time-staining in margins. Hinged to mat. Mounted on Chartex.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN. GRACE LINE / CARIBBEAN • SOUTH AMERICAN CRUISES. 1961. 42x27 inches, 106x70 cm.

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: DESIGNER UNKNOWN GRACE LINE / CARIBBEAN • SOUTH AMERICAN CRUISES. 1961. 42x27 3/4 inches, 106 3/4x70 1/2 cm. Condition B+: repaired tears, creases and restoration in margins and image.

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LOWEREE (DATES UNKNOWN). BERMUDA / VIA PAN AMERICAN. Circa 1950. 42x28 inches, 106x71 cm.

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Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: LOWEREE (DATES UNKNOWN) BERMUDA / VIA PAN AMERICAN. Circa 1950. 42x28 inches, 106 1/2x71 cm. Condition B: tears, losses and skinning at edges; creases and abrasions in margins and image. Paper.

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LOWEREE (DATES UNKNOWN). BERMUDA / FLY NOW. . . PAY LATER / VIA PAN AMERICAN. Circa 1950s. 41x28 inches, 106x71 cm.

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: LOWEREE (DATES UNKNOWN) BERMUDA / FLY NOW. . . PAY LATER / VIA PAN AMERICAN. Circa 1950s. 41 3/4x28 1/4 inches, 106x71 3/4 cm. Condition B+: creases and abrasions in margins and image; losses in image.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN. BUY AMERICAN / AND MAKE JOBS FOR AMERICA'S WORKMEN. 1933. 22x14 inches, 55x35 cm. H.H. Tuttle, Pittsburgh.

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: DESIGNER UNKNOWN BUY AMERICAN / AND MAKE JOBS FOR AMERICA'S WORKMEN. 1933. 22x14 inches, 55 1/2x35 1/2 cm. H.H. Tuttle, Pittsburgh. Condition A-: minor tears and creases at edges. Printed on card.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN. LEND YOUR MONEY TO YOUR GOVERNMENT / SECOND LIBERTY LOAN. 1917. 36x48 inches, 91x122 cm. American Lithographic Co., N

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Description: DESIGNER UNKNOWN LEND YOUR MONEY TO YOUR GOVERNMENT / SECOND LIBERTY LOAN. 1917. 36x48 inches, 91 1/2x122 cm. American Lithographic Co., New York. Condition B: repaired tear at right edge through central image; tears and creases in margins and image; losses at edges; tape on verso; pin holes in corners. Paper. Theofiles 130.

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JAMES MONTGOMERY FLAGG (1870-1960). SIDE BY SIDE - BRITANNIA! / BRITAIN'S DAY. 1918. 30x20 inches, 76x51 cm. American Lithographic Co.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: JAMES MONTGOMERY FLAGG (1870-1960) SIDE BY SIDE - BRITANNIA! / BRITAIN'S DAY. 1918. 30x20 inches, 76x51 cm. American Lithographic Co., New York. Condition B+: repaired tears and restored losses at edges; creases in margins and image. Flagg p. 76, Rawls p. 268, Borkan p. 169.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN. OUR AMERICAN BOYS IN THE EUROPEAN WAR. 1916. 80x80 inches, 203x205 cm.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: DESIGNER UNKNOWN OUR AMERICAN BOYS IN THE EUROPEAN WAR. 1916. 80x80 3/4 inches, 203 1/4x205 cm. Condition B: restored losses, repaired tears, creases, abrasions and overpainting in margins and image and along vertical and horizontal folds. Six-sheets, attached, on two separate halves.

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VARIOUS ARTISTS. [THINK AMERICAN INSTITUTE.] Group of 3 posters. Circa 1943. Each 27x20 inches, 68x50 cm. Kelly-Read & Co, Rochester.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: VARIOUS ARTISTS [THINK AMERICAN INSTITUTE.] Group of 3 posters. Circa 1943. Each 27x20 inches, 68 1/2x50 3/4 cm. Kelly-Read & Co, Rochester. Condition varies, generally A- / B+. Paper. Group includes: Keep Working to Keep Him Winning; Armistice Day; and Sons, Brothers, Husbands, Pals.

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SANDY HOOK (GEORGES TABOUREAU, 1879-1960). ANTILLES / CENTRE - AMÉRIQUE / CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE. Circa 1920. 42x30 inches, 106x76 c

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: SANDY HOOK (GEORGES TABOUREAU, 1879-1960) ANTILLES / CENTRE - AMÉRIQUE / CIE. GLE. TRANSATLANTIQUE. Circa 1920. 42x30 inches, 106x76 cm. F. Champenois, Paris. Condition B+ / B: creases, restoration and overpainting along vertical and horizontal folds; repaired tears, creases and abrasions in margins and image. An attractive, stylish couple are relaxing on a grassy bank on the island of Guadeloupe, watching the hustle and bustle of a busy Caribbean harbor, dominated by the impressive ocean liner, the Flandre. The Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (also known as the French Line) was the parent company of such renowned vessels as the France, Ile de France and the Normandie. Encyclopedie de l'Affiche p. 207, La Mer p. 141, Tourism 25.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN. VICTORY FOR THE AMERICAN WAY. 1942. 27x20 inches, 68x50 cm. Kelly-Read & Co, Rochester.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: DESIGNER UNKNOWN VICTORY FOR THE AMERICAN WAY. 1942. 27x20 inches, 68 1/2x50 3/4 cm. Kelly-Read & Co, Rochester. Condition B+: tears and abrasions in upper left corner; creases in margins and image. Paper. "A group of Rochester industrialists . . . were concerned about the mental sabotage of their workers by the infiltration of subversive propaganda from outside their plants . . . Out of this problem our company developed what is known as the 'Think American' program. It is now in use in over 5,000 of the largest industrial, business, financial, and educational organizations in nearly every state. 'Think American' consists of weekly illustrated messages, each of which points up vividly and intelligently a virtue or advantage of the American way of life. Plants display these posters near time clocks, in restrooms, and at other points of heaviest employee traffic. In these days when we are doing everything in our power to speed material preparedness and to prevent material sabotage, the need for mental preparedness and the prevention of mental sabotage cannot be overlooked. 'Think American,' we feel, is helping to do both of these jobs. Its messages are now reaching 7 million people weekly throughout the nation" (The Rotarian, September 1941, p. 3-4).

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C.R. MILLER (DATES UNKNOWN). [THINK AMERICAN INSTITUTE.] Group of 3 posters. Circa 1943. Each 27x20 inches, 68x50 cm. Kelly-Read & Co,

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: C.R. MILLER (DATES UNKNOWN) [THINK AMERICAN INSTITUTE.] Group of 3 posters. Circa 1943. Each 27x20 inches, 68 1/2x50 3/4 cm. Kelly-Read & Co, Rochester. Condition varies, generally A- / B+. Paper. Group includes: What Have You Done Today for Victory?; Today's Production is Tomorrow's Enemy Destruction; and If Each of us Figured Out Our "Little Bit" Didn't Count...

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VARIOUS ARTISTS. [THINK AMERICAN INSTITUTE.] Group of 3 posters. Circa 1943. Each 27x20 inches, 68x50 cm. Kelly-Read & Co, Rochester.

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Estimated Price: $500 - $750

Description: VARIOUS ARTISTS [THINK AMERICAN INSTITUTE.] Group of 3 posters. Circa 1943. Each 27x20 inches, 68 1/2x50 3/4 cm. Kelly-Read & Co, Rochester. Condition varies, generally A- / B+. Paper. Group includes: Our Country was Built...; And if our Lines Should Form and Break; and Keep Working to Keep Him Winning.

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VARIOUS ARTISTS. [FRENCH TRAVEL.] Group of 5 posters. Sizes vary.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: VARIOUS ARTISTS [FRENCH TRAVEL.] Group of 5 posters. Sizes vary. Condition varies, generally B+. Group includes: Trouville / Beach Casino; To Paris / Pan American; Téléphérique du Béout / Lourdes; Route des Pyrenees; and Beaulieu.

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FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956). HELP YOUR COUNTRY STOP THIS / ENLIST IN THE NAVY. Circa 1917. 62x78 inches, 157x199 cm. American Lithograph

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Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956) HELP YOUR COUNTRY STOP THIS / ENLIST IN THE NAVY. Circa 1917. 62x78 1/2 inches, 157 1/2x199 1/2 cm. American Lithographic Co., New York. Condition B+: repaired tears, restored losses and overpainting at edges, some affecting image; creases and abrasions in margins and image; vertical and horizontal folds. Two-sheets. A masterfully designed and printed lithograph portraying the survivors of a U-boat attack in their lifeboat, struggling against the raging sea. That Brangwyn chose a monochromatic scheme and such a large format only intensifies the emotion expressed by the image, lending it an air of reality, desperation and grit. One of only two posters Brangwyn produced in America during the war. Rawls p. 80, Theofiles 50.

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KARL KOEHLER (1913-2000) AND VICTOR ANCONA (1912-1998). THIS IS THE ENEMY. 1942. 34x23 inches, 86x60 cm. Grinnell Lithographic Co., New

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: KARL KOEHLER (1913-2000) AND VICTOR ANCONA (1912-1998) THIS IS THE ENEMY. 1942. 34x23 3/4 inches, 86 1/2x60 1/4 cm. Grinnell Lithographic Co., New York. Condition B: overpainting in margins, image and text; restored losses in margins; repaired tears, creases and restoration in margins and image and along vertical and horizontal folds; repaired pin holes in corners. This chilling image was the winner of the National War Poster Competition of 1942, held under the auspices of the Museum of Modern Art. American 67, The Modern Poster 193, The Modern American 55, Avant Garde p. 177, Rhodes p. 168.

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FLORENCE LUNDBORG (1871-1949). THE LARK FOR MAY / THE OREAD. 1896. 23x13 inches, 60x35 cm.

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Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: FLORENCE LUNDBORG (1871-1949) THE LARK FOR MAY / THE OREAD. 1896. 23 3/4x13 3/4 inches, 60 1/4x35 cm. Condition A. Hinged to mat at top edge. Paper. Matted and framed. American Posters no. 49, Kiehl 120, Margolin p. 133, Resnick 4, Salmagundi p. 18, Met 57.627.6(3).

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RON L. HAEBERLE (1941- ). Q. AND BABIES? A. AND BABIES. 1970. 25x38 inches, 63x96 cm. Art Workers Coalition, [New York.]

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: RON L. HAEBERLE (1941- ) Q. AND BABIES? A. AND BABIES. 1970. 25x38 inches, 63 1/2x96 1/2 cm. Art Workers Coalition, [New York.] Condition A: minor creases in margins. Paper. American Style 79, Images of an Era 134, Power of the Poster 125, Cold War p. 80-1, War Posters 29.

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CLARENCE COLES PHILLIPS (1880-1927). LIGHT CONSUMES COAL. Circa 1918. 28x20 inches, 71x52 cm. Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co. Chicago.

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Estimated Price: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: CLARENCE COLES PHILLIPS (1880-1927) LIGHT CONSUMES COAL. Circa 1918. 28x20 1/2 inches, 71x52 cm. Edwards & Deutsch Litho Co. Chicago. Condtiion B+: losses in left corners; water staining in image and text; tears at edges; creases in margins and image. Paper. In what is perhaps the most "artistic" of the American World War I posters, Phillips unites the bold, direct elements of German object posters by artists such as Lucien Bernhard with the intricate swirls and patterns of American Art Nouveau in the style of William Bradley. Interestingly, while it may echo the work of European artists (specifically a 1907 image by Peter Behrens featuring a light bulb), the poster represents a drastic divergence from Phillips' usual style. He was nationally known for his "fadeaway girls," which graced the covers of LIFE magazine from 1908 onward. These images featured attractive young women whose clothing was the same color as the background, forcing the viewers to complete the image with their imagination. Rawls p. 20, Modern American 28, Darracott p. 36, Theofiles 79.

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NORMAN ROCKWELL (1894-1978). [THE FOUR FREEDOMS.] Group of 4 posters. 1943. Each 55x39 inches, 141x100 cm. U.S. Government Printing Off

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Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: NORMAN ROCKWELL (1894-1978) [THE FOUR FREEDOMS.] Group of 4 posters. 1943. Each 55 1/2x39 1/2 inches, 141x100 1/4 cm. U.S. Government Printing Office, [Washington, D.C.] Condition varies, generally A-: folded as issued. Paper. On January 6, 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt addressed the United States Congress on the escalating threat to American security caused by the war raging in Europe. In this now famous "Four Freedoms" speech, Roosevelt encouraged America to step up war production and put the nation in the mindset for the inevitable involvement in the war. Toward this end, he illuminated America's lofty goal: "In future days which we seek to make secure, we look forward to a world founded on four essential human freedoms." Norman Rockwell, whose prolific work for The Saturday Evening Post had already captured the hearts of Americans, took these four freedoms and deftly pictured them in his classic style. Originally, Rockwell's sketches based on his Vermont neighbors were turned down by the OWI. It wasn't until after these images appeared on four covers of The Saturday Evening Post in February and March 1943, that the Government realized their value, took the original paintings on tour, and turned the images into posters. The resulting powerful combination of words and images were successfully used by the government to raise money for the war effort. Printed in three sizes, these are the scarcer, largest format. American Style p. 132, Posters for Victory p. 40ff, Design for Victory p. 37, War Posters 210, Nelson p. 48, Judd 7.1, IWM II p.52.

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JOSEPH PENNELL (1857-1926). THAT LIBERTY SHALL NOT PERISH FROM THE EARTH / BUY LIBERTY BONDS. 1918. 41x28 inches, 104x71 cm. Heywood St

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: JOSEPH PENNELL (1857-1926) THAT LIBERTY SHALL NOT PERISH FROM THE EARTH / BUY LIBERTY BONDS. 1918. 41x28 1/4 inches, 104x71 3/4 cm. Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co., New York. Condition B+: minor tears at edges; creases in margins and image and along horizontal fold; pin holes in corners. Paper. Several variations of the poster exist, both in size and color. Rawls p. 227, Paret 103, IWM p. 47, American Style 61, Darracott 35, Theofiles 161, Borkan 109, Rickards 61.

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EDWARD PENFIELD (1866-1925). THE GIRL ON THE LAND SERVES THE NATION'S NEEDS / APPLY Y.W.C.A. 25x30 inches, 63x76 cm. The United States

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: EDWARD PENFIELD (1866-1925) THE GIRL ON THE LAND SERVES THE NATION'S NEEDS / APPLY Y.W.C.A. 25x30 inches, 63 1/2x76 cm. The United States Printing & Lithograph Co., New York. Condition B+: repaired tears in margins, some into text and image; creases in margins and image; time-staining in top margin. Borkan 164, Theofiles 211, American Style 63.

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DESIGNER UNKNOWN. IT'S A LONG WAY TO ROME. Circa 1943. 46x31 inches, 116x79 cm.

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Estimated Price: $700 - $1,000

Description: DESIGNER UNKNOWN IT'S A LONG WAY TO ROME. Circa 1943. 46x31 1/4 inches, 116 3/4x79 1/2 cm. Condition B+: repaired tears at edges, some affecting image; abrasions and restoration along vertical and horizontal folds and in margins and image. German propaganda aimed at showing "British and American troops in Italy that their advance had been considerably slower than a snail's" (Zeman p. 24). This is the smaller of two formats. Zeman p. 25, Weill 513, Rhodes 197.

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MAXFIELD PARRISH (1870-1966). SCRIBNER'S FICTION NUMBER. AUGUST. 1897. 19x14 inches, 50x36 cm.

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Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: MAXFIELD PARRISH (1870-1966) SCRIBNER'S FICTION NUMBER. AUGUST. 1897. 19 3/4x14 1/2 inches, 50 1/4x36 3/4 cm. Condition B+: restored loss and repaired tears in margins, some affecting image and text; creases and abrasions in margins and image. Hinged to mat at top edge. Paper. Matted and framed.. Most famous for his children's book illustrations, Parrish was nonetheless a "remarkable draughtsman, who energetically and successfully mixed fantasy and reality to create a luminous dreamworld that, for all its strangeness, is precisely rendered" (Parrish intro). He studied art at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and then at the Drexel Institute under Howard Pyle. His posters were more illustrative and detailed than those of Edward Penfield and Will Bradley, and marked by what Charles Hiatt referred to as "curious individuality." The concept of a lush imaginary landscape was part of what made his work so desirable. Kiehl 135, Margolin 55, Keay p. 22, DFP-I pl. XIX and 316, American Posters p. 9 no. 56, The American Poster p. 14, Crystal Palace 697, Art of Parrish 632 (var), Weill p. 112.

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ETHEL REED (1876-1912). IS POLITE SOCIETY POLITE / AND OTHER ESSAYS BY MRS. JULIA WARD HOWE. 1895. 17x25 inches, 44x63 cm. Lamson, Wolf

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Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: ETHEL REED (1876-1912) IS POLITE SOCIETY POLITE / AND OTHER ESSAYS BY MRS. JULIA WARD HOWE. 1895. 17 1/2x25 inches, 44 1/2x63 1/2 cm. Lamson, Wolffe, & Co., Boston. Condition B+: restored loss in lower left corner; repaired tears at edges, some affecting image creases and restoration in margins and image. Hinged to mat at top edge. Paper. Matted and framed. William Clemens wrote in The Poster, March, 1896, "No production by Miss Ethel Reed has been praised more highly than [this poster] . . . this is a purely decorative piece of work, but well drawn and very effective. It is lithographed on imported handmade paper, red in color, and printed in olive, green and black. It is truly a work of art" (p. 37). Kiehl 240, DFP-I 422, Reims 1286, American Posters no. 85, The American Poster p. 25, Salmagundi p. 25.

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HOWARD CHANDLER CHRISTY (1873-1952). IF YOU WANT TO FIGHT! / JOIN THE MARINES. 1915. 40x30 inches, 101x76 cm.

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August 5, 2015, 10:30 AM EST

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Estimated Price: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: HOWARD CHANDLER CHRISTY (1873-1952) IF YOU WANT TO FIGHT! / JOIN THE MARINES. 1915. 40x30 inches, 101 1/2x76 1/4 cm. Condition B+: tears, creases and abrasions in margins and image and along vertical and horizontal folds; pin holes in corners. Paper. An early sexy, taunting and daring recruitment poster, done two years before the United States entered World War I. The artist plays upon "the confusion of genders [that] provided posters with provocative images like this . . . whose purpose is the seduction of men into service" (Paret p. 64). Rawls p. 249, Paret 89, Theofiles 66, Borkan p. 39, American Style 64.

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LOUIS FANCHER (1884-1944). OVER THERE! / IN THE AIR SERVICE. Circa 1918. 40x30 inches, 101x76 cm. Ketterlinus, Philadelphia.

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: LOUIS FANCHER (1884-1944) OVER THERE! / IN THE AIR SERVICE. Circa 1918. 40x30 inches, 101 1/2x76 1/4 cm. Ketterlinus, Philadelphia. Condition B+: tears and creases in margins and image and along vertical and horizontal folds; pin holes in corners. Paper. On May 24, 1918, President Wilson removed responsibility for American military aviation from the Signal Corps and placed it within two agencies under the supervision of the U.S. Army: the Bureau of Aircraft Production and the Division of Military Aeronautics. These two branches were officially recognized as the U.S. Army Air Service. Rawls p. 175.

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WILLIAM DODGE STEVENS (1870-1942). TEAMWORK BUILDS SHIPS. Circa 1918. 35x48 inches, 89x123 cm. Forbes, Boston.

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: WILLIAM DODGE STEVENS (1870-1942) TEAMWORK BUILDS SHIPS. Circa 1918. 35x48 1/2 inches, 89x123 cm. Forbes, Boston. Condition B+ / B: repaired tears, restored losses, abrasions and overpainting in margins; minor creases and restoration in image. Emphasizing "concentrated human energy" (Paret p. 80), this poster embodies American industrial power in its rawest form. Issued by the U.S. Shipping Board, the image is a precursor to the industrial photographs of the following decade, in which work by Lewis Hine and Margaret Bourke-White captured the same intensity and power within the factories of America. Rawls p. 76, Paret 114, Theofiles 256, Borkan p. 53.

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SYDNEY LAURENCE (1865-1940). ALASKA / NORTHERN PACIFIC. Circa 1931. 40x29 inches, 101x75 cm.

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: SYDNEY LAURENCE (1865-1940) ALASKA / NORTHERN PACIFIC. Circa 1931. 40x29 1/2 inches, 101 1/2x75 cm. Condition A-: minor restored loss in upper left corner; creases and minor restoration in margins. Originally distributed on request, this poster came with a printed explanation by Mary Lee Davis, "Potlach means giving - in the Chinook jargon of the Northwest coast - and to the Northwest Indian peoples, a potlach is a festival of giving to which one's family, neighbors, friends or even whole tribes are summoned, from far and near . . . The magnificent cedar boats of our Haida and Thlingit Indians . . . are among the most perfect treasures of American-Indian craft. [They were] worked out from giant cedar trunks by charring and chipping, sometimes nearly 100 feet in length." Zega 107 (var).

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H.R. HOPPS (1869-1937). DESTROY THIS MAD BRUTE / ENLIST. Circa 1917. 42x28 inches, 106x71 cm.

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Estimated Price: $15,000 - $20,000

Description: H.R. HOPPS (1869-1937) DESTROY THIS MAD BRUTE / ENLIST. Circa 1917. 42x28 inches, 106 3/4x71 cm. Condition B+: expertly repaired tear through image; minor water stains in left margin; repaired tears and wrinkling at edges; restoration in upper right corner. "One of the most striking American posters issued during the war" (Picture This p. 68), this fantastic World War I recruitment poster distills the horrors of a German invasion of America into a savage, primitive, sexually charged theme. A red-tongued and drooling gorilla, whose helmet reads "Militarism," is clutching a desperate maiden with her dress torn off in one paw and a bloody club, reading 'kultur,' in the other. He is stepping over the sea into America, leaving a burned down and ravaged Europe behind him. "The phallic and bloody cudgel and the beast's power over the half naked girl, give urgency to the enlistment call. As the beast steps onto American shores, recruits are invited both to fight militarism and to vie for the eroticized figure of raped Liberty" (Picture This p. 69). Popular folklore has it that this image was the influence for King Kong. Although this poster does not bear any indication of where it was printed, the companies listed at the bottom are all San Francisco area lithographers. This copy bears the scarce/span overprint "US ARMY 660 MARKET STREET," the address of the San Francisco army recruiting office. Rawls p. 66, Paret 32, Borkan cov. and 16, Beauty and the Beast p. 5, Picture This p. 69.

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WILLIAM H. BRADLEY (1868-1962). THE MODERN POSTER. 1895. 19x11 inches, 48x29 cm. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York.

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Estimated Price: $5,000 - $7,500

Description: WILLIAM H. BRADLEY (1868-1962) THE MODERN POSTER. 1895. 19x11 1/2 inches, 48 1/4x29 1/4 cm. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Condition A-: minor creases in margins; unobtrusive foxing in margins and image. Numbered and initialed in pen. Matted and framed. The first American book dedicated to the poster craze was published by Charles Scribner in 1895, and contained articles on the development of the poster in different countries, including England, France, Italy and America. The book was limited to 1000 copies, for which Bradley designed the paper cover label and the frontispiece. As an added incentive to poster lovers, each of the copies came with this Bradley poster. This copy is numbered 175, and (like all in the run) is initialed by Charles Scribner. Antiquarian book dealers who handle the book note that when it is sold, it is "as usual" without the poster. Not in Kiehl, DFP-I 158, Margolin p. 46, Koch p. 63, Reims 1145, Virginia p. 10, Keay p. 27, Met 1990.1016.1.

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JEAN CARLU (1900-1997). GIVE 'EM BOTH BARRELS. 1941. 30x39 inches, 76x101 cm. U.S. Government Printing Office, [Washington D.C.]

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Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: JEAN CARLU (1900-1997) GIVE 'EM BOTH BARRELS. 1941. 30x39 3/4 inches, 76x101 cm. U.S. Government Printing Office, [Washington D.C.] Condition B+: repaired tears and restored losses at edges; minor creases and abrasions in margins and image. In 1939, while still in France, Carlu designed a poster promoting the "Anglo-French Day for the benefit of the combatants and their families," featuring two soldiers in profile, a theme which he clearly replicated here, but with far more effect and impact. "A visual analogy is found between a machine gun and a rivet-gun," (Word & Image p. 61) driving home the connection between home front workers and front-line soldiers. This is the larger of two formats. Carlu 50, Design for Victory p. 29, Word & Image p. 61, Modern American 46, IWM II p. 24, Modern Poster 195, Judd 4.7, Nelson p. 65.

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BRUCE WEBER (1946- ). CALVIN KLEIN UNDERWEAR. Bus stop poster. 1983. 67x47 inches, 170x120 cm.

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Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000

Description: BRUCE WEBER (1946- ) CALVIN KLEIN UNDERWEAR. Bus stop poster. 1983. 67 1/4x47 1/2 inches, 170 3/4x120 3/4 cm. Condition B+: losses and residue at top margin; scratches and abrasions in margins and image. Printed on Acetate. Bruce Weber's photograph of Brazilian pole-vaulter Tom Hintnaus originally appeared as a 70-foot high billboard in New York City's Times Square. This image and the ad campaign had a seismic effect on America's social and cultural scene. "Weber's photographs are part of the phenomenon they document . . . his advertising campaigns . . . have come to stand for the acceptance of this imagery by the cultural mainstream. For those who can recall a time before it became acceptable for men to regard their underwear as fashion statements, Weber's images must count among the most revolutionary tools yet devised in the history of consumer manipulation. Miniature dramas in which men assume the passive role once assigned almost exclusively to women, they have also been a force for change in relations between the sexes" (Herbert Muschamp, New York Times Magazine, November 14, 1999). American Photographer Magazine named the photo one of the "10 Pictures that Changed America."

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