"'Doing all you can, brother?' Buy War Bonds." WWII Poster, Circa 1943

Presented is an original propaganda poster from 1943. The poster features a close-up portrait of a wounded U.S. soldier on a devastated battleground. The soldier has a bloodied bandage around his head and looks head on out at the audience. The text reads "Doing All You Can, Brother? Buy War Bonds."

The original design of the poster was created by artist Robert Smullyan Sloan.  Sloan worked primarily in commercial illustration and provided images for American magazines such as Time and Collier’s. Sloan was commissioned to produce posters such as this one to help sell war bonds, for which he received a Citation for Distinguished Service.


This original WWII poster is in overall very good condition. There is no significant wear or visible tears. The poster has been framed using the finest archival materials and procedures.

Framed dimensions: 43" H x 32"W x 2.5"D.

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