Now All Together, 1945. Original (26 x 37” / 85 x 121 cm) Linen Backed WW2 Poster issued for the 7th w. This poster, inspired by the raising of the United States flag on Iwo Jima, depicts soldiers hoisting the American flag in an act of patriotism. This poster is hugely symbolic because it was published just days after the defeat of Germany in Europe. Fearing the decrease in bond sales, this propaganda poster was distributed as an act of unison in urging people to fight all the way, “Now all together”. The 7th war loan was the penultimate Bond drive and was issued shortly after victory in Europe – it was the most successful Bond Drive of the was raising 26 billion dollars.
This poster is in very fine C9 original condition with vivid colors and no oxidation having been stored in the mailing envelope since printing in 1945! We can linen back this poster to flatten the fold lines for an additional $80 upon request or by adding the service to your shopping cart below. This will produce a flat poster prepared correctly for future framing. We linen back posters in house, please allow a week for this service to be completed. For more information on linen backing please click here
Condition C9 – Sold $920 Linen Backed.
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