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IMAGE number
NBY1768758
Title
Joan of Arc saved France, c.1918 (colour litho)
Artist
Coffin, William Haskell (1878-1941) / American
Description
'W.S.S. War savings stamps issued by the United States Government.' American poster commissioned by the United States Treasury Department. Low priced war savings stamps were pasted into a booklet that when filled could be exchanged for a war bond.
Location
Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Medium
lithographie couleur
Date
c.1918 (C20th)
Dimensions
77x52 cms
Credit
Bridgeman Images
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