My father bought me government bonds - did yours?

Designer: Unknown
Decade: 1910s
Year: 1918
Dimensions: 51 x 77 cm
Lithographically printed by: United States Printing & Lithograph Co., NY
Published by: The US Government
Country: USA
Condition: 6/10
Charming American World War I lithograph entitled "My Daddy Bought Me a Government Bond - Did Yours? Third Liberty Loan". The poster shows a young girl holding her bonds with a smile. A call for Americans to invest in war bonds for their children, thus providing financial support to the U.S. Government during World War I. In November of that year, the United States and the Allies won World War I.

Condition: 6/10 - Very damaged in the left side and a lot of patina.

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