WORLD WAR I
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Chicago: Edwards and Deutsch Lithography Company. Lithograph. 30" x 20". Shows some light wear to edges. Catalog notations in ink from previous owner at right edge and bottom right corner. In very good condition. Powerful WWI propaganda image for liberty bonds. A German soldier, with his spiked helmet, looms up toward a female figure with a baby, with baby red to match his red hands.
Intro. by Leonard Wood. 3 folding maps. many photo. illus. xix, 401pp. 8vo, original cloth; (ex-lib, otherwise very good). Chicago: Daughaday, 1916. Author served in the U.S. army and was a graduate and instructor at the U.S. Military Academy. From 1914 to 1915 he served as a American war correspondent with the armies in France, Belgium, England, Germany, Austria, and Poland.
Paris: Barry, 1932. 33 plates & text drawings by Hautot; Frontispiece after Steinlen. Square 4to, lithograph illustration on front cover of the original wrappers. Small square 4to, untrimmed & unopened. Paris: Andre Barry, 1932.Very good (+). One of 300 numbered large-paper copies, signed by author with an additional presentation by the author and illustrator and illustrator.
New York: American Lithograph Co., 1918. Original poster. Color lithograph. 30 x 20 inches. This National Catholic War Council poster features a senior Knights of Columbus soldier pointing the viewer towards troops marching towards the front. It is interesting to note that the poster is advertising a 'United War Work Campaign' for the week of November 11 1918, the date that the Armistice would come into effect. Good condition and protected in archival shrink wrap.
Pari: Comite National de Prevoyance et d'Economies, 1916. Poster. Lithograph on paper. Measures 21 3/4" x 14 3/16" This French WW1 poster features a loaf of bread with decorative flower detailing, and the title translates to "Our duty is to not waste bread." This poster was part of a series of posters designed by French school children as part of a wartime conservation campaign. Minor cracking and toning to original centerfold at margins. Otherwise in very good condition...
New York: American Red Cross, 1918. Original poster mounted on linen. Color lithograph. 27 1/4" x 20 1/8" This poster was part of the Second War Fund, a fundraising campaign led by the American Red Cross in 1918 with the goal of raising $100,000 in a single week in May. The poster reads "All of the Red Cross War Fund goes for War Relief."
New York: American Red Cross, 1918. Original poster mounted on linen. Color lithograph. 34 3/4" x 55 3/4" This vibrant WWI poster was part of the American Red Cross' fundraising campaign for the 'Second War Fund', with the goal of raising $100 million in a single week in May. Beautiful colors, good condition with repair to center and repairs around margins. Poster features an outline map of North America and Europe, with a pot of gold in America that reads.....
London: Victor Gollancz, 1930. Original 1/2 vellum, black cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine, pages untrimmed. Spine speckled, with extremities lightly bumped, offsetting and mild foxing to endpapers, internally clean. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1930. A very good copy. Number 409 of 600 copies signed by the authors.
Paris: Ets. Ruckert & Co. L. Godde Sr. 1918. Poster mounted to linen. Color lithograph. 55" x 38 3/4" Beautiful WWI poster shows a woman sitting on a boat, holding a French flag, with various battleships in the background. Title translates to "Everyone give to the fund for the remembrance of the French sailors"
Munich: Simplicissimus, 1914. 8 volumes. Numerous illustrations in color & in black & white. Printed on wood pulp paper. Interior is near fine but for slight browning at the edges. Slim folio, pictorial black cloth with a yellow soldier holding a sword, on a leaping horse, and a snarling red bull dog, silver lettering, some spines repaired. 19. Jahrgang Nr. 27 - 23. Jahrgang Nr. 26 August 1914-September 1918. Munich: Simplicissimus, 1914 - 1918. Germany's most influential satire magazine. A......