Buy War Bonds 42 Wyeth

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Postby automator on Wed Feb 20, 2008 2:13 pm

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Postby my2hands on Wed Feb 20, 2008 2:31 pm

invest in war and destruction!
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Postby jcporter on Tue Feb 26, 2008 3:23 pm

Does this really merit a listing in Ebeans? Seems oddly out of place.
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Postby ryefish75 on Tue Feb 26, 2008 3:55 pm

jcporter wrote:Does this really merit a listing in Ebeans? Seems oddly out of place.

When Thomas Kincaid prints start appearing here on EB, then you should be afraid.....very afraid....
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Postby bakerboys2 on Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:55 am

Due to a family member's death, I now have this poster. Unfortunately, it is not the best condition, and I am trying to determine if the restoration cost is worth it. My poster is 22" x 28". I have not seen any that are this size. Were they produced in this size? My poster seems to be of the correct time period, based on the paper it's printed on and overall condition. But want to be sure. Can anyone provide a resource to determine if authentic? Thank you.
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Postby ryefish75 on Mon May 07, 2018 10:17 am

bakerboys2 wrote:Due to a family member's death, I now have this poster. Unfortunately, it is not the best condition, and I am trying to determine if the restoration cost is worth it. My poster is 22" x 28". I have not seen any that are this size. Were they produced in this size? My poster seems to be of the correct time period, based on the paper it's printed on and overall condition. But want to be sure. Can anyone provide a resource to determine if authentic? Thank you.


An original edition was printed in 22 X 28" size, so it could be real. Originals were folded before they were sent out, so fold lines are a good indication of an original. This is a strong image and popular poster for collectors. Look up poster restorers in your area. It might be worth linen-backing, de-acidification, and restoration but I wouldn't spend more than $250 to do it.
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