Size: 24 x 35.75 inches
About the Poster: Posters are powerful propaganda tools. During the war, they served to reach and mobilize the population by various means and messages.
This poster is in the collection of the Imperial War Museum. Their description of the poster reads: "the image occupies the majority of the upper half, with the title separate and positioned in the lower half, in red. The text is separate and positioned across the top edge, lower centre and across the bottom edge, in blue. All set against a white background. image: a flag with a white background, red border, blue diagonal strips, and a shield representing the districts of Canada. text: AIDONS NOTRE RÉGION À GAGNER CE DRAPEAU DRAPEAU D'HONNEUR EMPRUNT DE LA VICTOIRE 1918 PRÉSENTÉ PAR SON EXCELLENCE LE GOUVERNEUR GÉNÉRAL DU CANADA AUX DISTRICTS QUI DÉPASSERONT LEUR QUOTE-PART. W. P. 9. [Let's help our region win this flag. Victory Loan 1918. Flag of honour. Presented by His Excellency the Governor General of Canada to districts that exceed their quota. W. P. 9.]"
Recently linen backed. In excellent condition.