Size: 20 x 28 inches
Artist: Robert Smullyan
About the Poster: During WWII the United States issued war bonds that were labeled Defense Bonds. They were later relabelled war bonds, after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The war bonds sold in the US helped the government raise about $185 billion. Bonds were bought by over 84 million Americans. Buying war bonds was seen as an act of patriotism and war artists used imagery to bolster that action.
Poster is linen backed and in very good condition - minor tears and folds, small scratches on the bottom right, but overall very good.
Acquired from a private collection.