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b. 1918 - d. 1988

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    • BOMAR, Walter (1918 – 1988). American Airlines / Royal Coac...
      May. 16, 2024

      BOMAR, Walter (1918 – 1988). American Airlines / Royal Coac...

      Est: $250 - $350

      BOMAR, Walter (1918 – 1988). American Airlines / Royal Coachman Jets. Circa 1960s. Showing a European Coachmen blowing his horn backgrounded by a sky scene in the silhouette of a pilot. 39 ¾ x 30 ¼”. Linen backed. Light edge wear and closed tears. A.

      Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
    • Original 1950s/60s Walter Bomar Travel Poster Electra
      Oct. 28, 2023

      Original 1950s/60s Walter Bomar Travel Poster Electra

      Est: $1,500 - $1,800

      Bomar, Walter 1918 - 1988 American Airlines - Electra II Offset ca. 1959 39.7 x 29.5 in. (101 x 75 cm) Printer: no information Condition Details: (B) on linen, repaired tears and creases, esp. at the bottom, one of them 8 in./20 cm through the -A- of -Electra-, restored paper loss (4x2 in./5x10 cm) in the bottom right corner, see photos for details#USA #Travel #Airlines #American Airlines

      PosterConnection Inc.
    • Original 1950s American Cancer Poster STRIKE BACK
      Feb. 11, 2023

      Original 1950s American Cancer Poster STRIKE BACK

      Est: $300 - $450

      Bomar, Walter 1918 - 1988 Give to Conquer Cancer Offset ca. 1950 45.6 x 29.9 in. (116 x 76 cm) Printer: no information Condition Details: (A-/B+) small margin tears, minor staining at the bottom and in the right margin#USA #Health #Cancer

      PosterConnection Inc.
    • WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). AMERICAN AIRLINES / JET POWERED ELECTRA FLAGSHIPS. Circa 1959. 40x30½ inches, 101½x77½ cm.
      Nov. 10, 2022

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). AMERICAN AIRLINES / JET POWERED ELECTRA FLAGSHIPS. Circa 1959. 40x30½ inches, 101½x77½ cm.

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988) AMERICAN AIRLINES / JET POWERED ELECTRA FLAGSHIPS. Circa 1959. 40x30 1/2 inches, 101 1/2x77 1/2 cm. Condition A-: expert overpainting in upper left corner;. minor restoration at edges. The Electras (Lockheed L-188s) were America's first turboprop airplanes. They could achieve speeds of almost a hundred miles-per-hour faster than the piston-powered aircraft of the early 1950s. American Airlines began flying the planes in 1959. By the mid-1970s, due to a number of crashes and technical difficulties, most of the Electras had been retired from service. Walter Bomar was a prolific graphic artist, illustrator, poster designer and painter. Huhne p. 133.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Original 1950s American Cancer Poster STRIKE BACK
      Jun. 26, 2020

      Original 1950s American Cancer Poster STRIKE BACK

      Est: $400 - $600

      Bomar, Walter 1918 - 1988. Give to Conquer Cancer. Offset ca. 1950. Size: 45.6 x 29.9 in. (116 x 76 cm). Printer: no information. Condition Details: (A-/B+) small margin tears, minor staining at the bottom and in the right margin.

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    • Original 1950s American Cancer Poster STRIKE BACK
      Jun. 09, 2020

      Original 1950s American Cancer Poster STRIKE BACK

      Est: $400 - $600

      Bomar, Walter 1918 - 1988. Give to Conquer Cancer. Offset ca. 1950. Size: 45.6 x 29.9 in. (116 x 76 cm). Printer: no information. Condition Details: (A-/B+) small margin tears, minor staining at the bottom and in the right margin.

      PosterConnection Inc.
    • ADVERTISING POSTER GIVE TO CONQUER CANCER AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY NEW YORK CITY
      Jan. 25, 2020

      ADVERTISING POSTER GIVE TO CONQUER CANCER AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY NEW YORK CITY

      Est: £90 - £180

      Original vintage health charity poster - Give to Conquer Cancer Strike Back - issued by the New York City Cancer Committee of the American Cancer Society (founded 1913). Dynamic design by Walter Bomar (1918-1988) featuring the Society's Sword of Hope symbol of a crusader hand holding out a sword with the classical themed medical twin-serpent caduceus symbol as the handle against a blue background with the stylised text above and below. The Sword of Hope logo was designed by George E. Durant who won the first prize in a 1928 poster competition held by the American Society for the Control of Cancer (ASCC; renamed the American Cancer Society in 1945) and the New York City Cancer Committee. Good condition, tears, creases, staining in margin. Country: USA, year of printing: 1950s, designer: Walter Bomar, size (cm): 116x76

      Antikbar Original Vintage Posters
    • WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). HISTORIC NEW ENGLAND / NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM. 40x27 inches, 103x68 cm.
      Aug. 07, 2019

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). HISTORIC NEW ENGLAND / NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM. 40x27 inches, 103x68 cm.

      Est: $400 - $600

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988) HISTORIC NEW ENGLAND / NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM. 40 3/4x27 inches, 103 1/2x68 1/2 cm. Condition B: stain in lower left image and text; small repaired tears and flaking in margins; sharp creases and abrasions in margins and image. Mounted on old linen.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Give to Conquer Cancer (2 Posters)
      Jan. 29, 2019

      Give to Conquer Cancer (2 Posters)

      Est: $100 - $500

      Artist: Bomar, Walter 1918 - 1988. Title: Give to Conquer Cancer (2 Posters). Technique: Offset ca. 1950. Size: 45.6 x 29.9 in. (116 x 76 cm). Printer: no information. Condition Details: small tears and minor staining at the edges, tiny tear in fist (A-), added: -Fight Crippling Arthritis- by Anonymous, ca. 1955, small tears and minor staining (A-/B+). Estimate: $500. Reserve / Starting Price: $100.

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    • Original 1950s American Cancer Society Poster
      Feb. 13, 2018

      Original 1950s American Cancer Society Poster

      Est: $100 - $500

      Artist: Bomar, Walter 1918 - 1988. Title: Give to Conquer Cancer (2 Posters). Technique: Offset ca. 1950. Size: 45.6 x 29.9 in. (116 x 76 cm). Printer: no information. Condition details: (kein) small tears and minor staining at the edges, tiny tear in fist (A-), added: -Fight Crippling Arthritis- by Anonymous, ca. 1955, small tears and minor staining (A-/B+). Estimate: 500. Starting Bid: 100

      PosterConnection Inc.
    • Original 1950s American Cancer Society Poster
      Feb. 28, 2017

      Original 1950s American Cancer Society Poster

      Est: $100 - $500

      Artist: Bomar, Walter 1918 - 1988. Give to Conquer Cancer (2 Posters). Technique: Offset ca. 1950. Size: 45.6 x 29.9 in. (116 x 76 cm). Printer: no information. Condition details: small tears and minor staining at the edges, tiny tear in fist (A-), added: -Fight Crippling Arthritis- by Anonymous, ca. 1955, small tears and minor staining (A-/B+). Estimate: 500. Starting Bid: 100.

      PosterConnection Inc.
    • Original 1950s American Airlines Travel Poster ROYAL COACHMAN
      May. 07, 2016

      Original 1950s American Airlines Travel Poster ROYAL COACHMAN

      Est: $460 - $800

      Artist: Bomar, Walter 1918 - 1988. American Airlines - Royal Coachman Jets. Technique: Offset ca. 1952. Size: 39.7 x 30.3 in. (101 x 77 cm). Printer: no information. Condition Details: (B) on linen, small tears and tiny margin losses, professionally restored losses in the corners, 10 inch/26 tear at the top edge ext. through -R- of -Airlines-. Estimate: 800. Starting Bid: 460.

      PosterConnection Inc.
    • WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). SNOW TRAINS / NEW YORK CENTRAL. 28x22 inches, 71x56 cm.
      Feb. 05, 2013

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). SNOW TRAINS / NEW YORK CENTRAL. 28x22 inches, 71x56 cm.

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988) SNOW TRAINS / NEW YORK CENTRAL. 28x22 inches, 71x56 cm. Condition B+: expertly recreated corners.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Poster by Walter Bomar - Historic New England
      May. 29, 2010

      Poster by Walter Bomar - Historic New England

      Est: €150 - €300

      Historic New England - 68x104, ca. 1950 by Walter Bomar (1918-1988)

      Van Sabben Auctions
    • WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). AMERICAN AIRLINES / JET POWERED ELECTRA FLAGSHIPS. Circa 1959. 39x30 inches, 100x77 cm.
      May. 03, 2010

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). AMERICAN AIRLINES / JET POWERED ELECTRA FLAGSHIPS. Circa 1959. 39x30 inches, 100x77 cm.

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988) AMERICAN AIRLINES / JET POWERED ELECTRA FLAGSHIPS. Circa 1959. 39 1/4x30 1/4 inches, 100x77 cm. Condition B+: restoration in corners; reparied tears at edges. The Electras (Lockheed L-188s) were America's first turboprop airplanes. They could achieve speeds almost a hundred miles an hour faster than the piston-powered aircraft of the early 1950s. By the mid 1970s most of the Electra's had been retired from service. Walter Bomar was a prolific graphic artist, illustrator, poster designer and painter.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • POSTER: WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). AMERICAN AI
      Nov. 10, 2008

      POSTER: WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988). AMERICAN AI

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      WALTER BOMAR (1918-1988) AMERICAN AIRLINES / JET POWERED ELECTRA FLAGSHIPS. Circa 1959. 40x30 inches, 101 1/2x75 cm. Condition B+: creases, abrasions and skinning along edges and in corners; creases and abrasions in image; minor stain in text. Paper. A dramatic view, seen from under the fuselage of an aircraft, of passengers on the tarmac boarding an American Airlines plane. Pictured are two Lockheed L-188s, the Electras. The Electras were America's first turboprop airplanes that were capable of speeds almost a hundred miles an hour faster than the piston-powered aircraft of the early 1950s. By the mid 1970s most of the Electra's had been retired from service. Walter Bomar was a prolific graphic artist, illustrator, poster designer and painter.

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