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Yes, WWI era and desirable. Artist is a well know illustrator, Joseph Leyendecker, who was a German born artist highly active in doing magazine covers of the era. To poster collectors he is known for doing a number of Marine and Navy recruitment posters during that era. 

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As a Missourian, does the tag say which bank in Missouri? 

Wanted: Missouri Medals

 

I am always in search of Missouri Medals and Items. This could be anything from WW1, WW2, Prisoners of War, Ephemera, or anything pertaining to Missourians.

 

I thank you for your time and consideration.

 

~Without a witness, they just disappear.~

 

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Yeah, Morrison is on the opposite side of the state from me, near St. Louis. 
 

It’s a great find, very well done. It seems nicely framed, good job.

Wanted: Missouri Medals

 

I am always in search of Missouri Medals and Items. This could be anything from WW1, WW2, Prisoners of War, Ephemera, or anything pertaining to Missourians.

 

I thank you for your time and consideration.

 

~Without a witness, they just disappear.~

 

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what are the dimensions of the poster?

 

Semper Fidelis, to all Marines past, present and future..

*Remembering CWO3 James Warren Maddox, USMC 1957-2018*

LOOKING FOR EARLY USMC CHEVRONS & RANK INSIGNIA, COMPETITIVE MARKSMANSHIP AWARDS, RECRUITING MATERIALS AND POSTERS, PHOTOGRAPHS, PENNANTS, SIGNATURES, EARLY NUMBERED CAMPAIGN MEDALS, PRE-1900 USMC GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL, USMC ENGRAVED NAVY MARKSMANSHIP MEDAL, ANY MATERIALS RELATED TO 1ST BATTALION 9TH MARINES OR ANY OF THE THREE SHIPS BEARING THE NAME "USS MADDOX".


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Also strange that the box doesn't say "US Marines" at it should from all the other ones I've seen

Semper Fidelis, to all Marines past, present and future..

*Remembering CWO3 James Warren Maddox, USMC 1957-2018*

LOOKING FOR EARLY USMC CHEVRONS & RANK INSIGNIA, COMPETITIVE MARKSMANSHIP AWARDS, RECRUITING MATERIALS AND POSTERS, PHOTOGRAPHS, PENNANTS, SIGNATURES, EARLY NUMBERED CAMPAIGN MEDALS, PRE-1900 USMC GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL, USMC ENGRAVED NAVY MARKSMANSHIP MEDAL, ANY MATERIALS RELATED TO 1ST BATTALION 9TH MARINES OR ANY OF THE THREE SHIPS BEARING THE NAME "USS MADDOX".


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Mine is identical 18x 26,  The only ones of this type, or pictures in 2 of the 5 references on WW1 posters I have, I've seen have no inscription in the box. One of Leyendecker's classic posters 

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5 minutes ago, Usa1918 said:

There is a similar larger poster that does have U.S.Marines on it with the imagery above in the middle surrounded by USMC scenes

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Thats the one i found, i thought mine could have been cut down from one of those but the inscriptions weren't the same so i was on the fence.

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And it should have read:

There is a similar larger poster that does have U.S. Marines on it with the above shown  imagery above imagery , moved to in the middle surrounded by USMC scenes

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