1943 Doing All You Can Brother? Buy War Bonds Robert Sloan WWII
Artist: Sloan, Robert
Size (in): 40” x 30”
Size (cm): 101.6 x 76.2
Linen backed: Nor
This vintage original WWII poster was created by the artist Robert Sloan and issued in 1943 to help promote the sale of war bonds. A battered US Army lieutenant with bandaged head stares piercingly at the viewer and asks “Doing all you can, brother?”. Behind him are only ominous skies and a desolate no-mans-land battlefield with the words BUY WAR BONDS printed in block capitals at the bottom. This is the harder to find full one sheet size for this poster.
This vintage original poster is in very good condition with just light handling wear and a single pinhole on each of the upper corners and tack holes in the image area near the bottom of the poster. This poster is folded as issued and in very good clean condition overall.