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VICTORY IS A QUESTION OF STAMINA; Original WW1, 1917 Vintage Poster(254 views)
Description: VICTORY IS A QUESTION OF STAMINA, artist Harvey Dunn (1884 - 1952). Original VICTORY IS A QUESTION OF STAMINA, Send--the Wheat, Meat, Fats, Sugar : the Fuel for Fighters. Antique World War 1 lithograph, archival linen backed and ready to frame. Very good to excellent condition. Latham Litho & Ptg. Co., lithographer, printer. United States Food Administration, publisher. Text says that victory is a matter of stamina so send wheat, meat, sugar and fats to the servicemen. Illustration shows two men on the battlefield. This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in excellent condition. A Certificate of Authenticity comes with all of our posters. The Vintage Poster, your Ultimate Resource for Vintage Posters. Watermark does not appear on your artwork. This Original Vintage poster is in very good condition, linen backed, ready for framing.
Condition Report: very good to excellent; archival linen backed
Dimensions: 21" x 28.75"
Artist or Maker: Harvey Dunn (1884 - 1952)
Medium: lithograph on archival linen backing
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