Designed to boost recruitment, promote the sale of war bonds and victory loans and to raise morale on the home front, posters achieved a new level of popularity during World War II. Today, they're acclaimed as a highly collectible art form.
This handsome sticker collection features sixteen reproductions of notable posters produced during the war years, among them J. Howard Miller's picture of a determined female wartime worker proclaiming, We Can Do It!, the Iwo Jima flag raising, by C.C. Beall; a portrait of a young sailor, accompanied by the warning: If you tell me where he's going...he may never get there!, and many more.
Sure to lend a patriotic touch to cards, letters, packages and other flat surfaces, these large, attention-getting stickers will also appeal to collectors and nostalgia enthusiasts.