Lot 792    

Three World War I Chromolithographs,
2009, Firearms, Indian Art, & American History, August 27 & 28
including the following titles: a battle scene in Europe entitled "Overthere", featuring United States, British, and French troops charging against the Germans, 15.5 x 19.5" (sight), framed, 21 x 24.5"; a poster titled World's Great War For Democracy, with a portrait of General John J. Pershing at center and a quote from Woodrow Wilson, published by M.A. Stern, Chicago, 15.5 x 19.5" (sight), framed, 21 x 24.5"; and a blank certificate for someone In the Service of the Nation, featuring a patriotic illustration by Dan Smith, 17 x 21" (sight), framed, 21 x 25".

Condition:  
Even toning to prints; nicks in frames.
Sold: $117.50
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