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War Bonds WWI

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Dimensions:

23" x 27"

Materials:

fade-resistant paper; frame, wood

Frame color:

black

Why We Love This

Fight or Buy Liberty Bonds! This print is representative of the national landscape during WWI. What was later to become a patriotic symbol of duty, Liberty Bonds offered financial securities to US citizens for the first time. This historic painting portrays an empowered Lady Liberty raising her arm in the air and waving the flag over her nation's soldiers as a beacon of stability and protection.

Why We Love This

Fight or Buy Liberty Bonds! This print is representative of the national landscape during WWI. What was later to become a patriotic symbol of duty, Liberty Bonds offered financial securities to US citizens for the first time. This historic painting portrays an empowered Lady Liberty raising her arm in the air and waving the flag over her nation's soldiers as a beacon of stability and protection.