1917 Uncle Sam Says: "All The Kings In The World Can't Beat My Hand"
1917 Uncle Sam Says: "All The Kings In The World Can't Beat My Hand"
1917 Uncle Sam Says: "All The Kings In The World Can't Beat My Hand"

1917 Uncle Sam Says: "All The Kings In The World Can't Beat My Hand"

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  • Date: 1917
  • Artist: Unknown
  • Size (in): 25 x 19
  • Size (cm): 63.5 x 48.26
  • Condition: A-
  • Linen backed: No

This poster depicts Uncle Sam holding playing cards labeled Farmer, Consumer, Banker, Wage Earner, and Manufacturer. It is issued by the National Industrial Conservation Movement - 30 Church Street, New York City. No. E-9.

Below the title reads: "National safety and industrial prosperity are dependent upon the loyalty and efficiency of our producing and consuming citizens. The rules of the war game make victory inevitable for the best partners holding the strongest cards. Pull together and call the Kaiser's bluff!"


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