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1942 "Get in the Scrap" Poster

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Interesting poster I just picked up.  It's huge and actually pretty thick stock.  It's not attached to the cardboard underneath.  Any suggestions on framing it other than just biting the bullet?



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You might be able to find a cheap frame with the same or similar dimensions on amazon. Something like this deserves a professional frame though I think, the poster is awesome!


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Great poster.  The artist William Steig was a famous cartoonist for the New Yorker magazine.  In later life, he wrote the kid's book Shrek! which was the basis for the movies.


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