VTG WWII PATRIOTIC SWEETHEART PIN BROOCH UNCLE SAM Army Poster Art CORO 1940s For Sale

VTG WWII PATRIOTIC SWEETHEART PIN BROOCH UNCLE SAM Army Poster Art CORO 1940s
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VTG WWII PATRIOTIC SWEETHEART PIN BROOCH UNCLE SAM Army Poster Art CORO 1940s:
$116.99

Rare "Exclusive by Coro" Jewelry Line, Copyright TBW*Artwork based on Major Tom Woodburn's Iconic 1939 U.S. Army Recruiting Poster "Defend Your Country Enlist Now in the United States Army" Some of Woodburn's Posters are pictured in Ginelli Brunialti's "A Tribute to America" (see more info *below)Gold Plated with Red, White & Blue Enamel Bow and Uncle SamRepousse Background with Thirteen Stars, American Eagle, Moon & OceanMeasures 1 1/4" tall, 1 3/4" wideGood Read to Wear Vintage Condition Secure Pin Closure, Wear to Enamel as Seen in Photos, easy fixCheck out my other Vintage WWII Patriotic Jewelry in Both/Various Jewelry & Collectibles Categories,some shown in last photo, this sale for Coro TBW Uncle Sam Pin only
sale Payments due within 2 days of closing offer unless other arrangements have been made by contacting me.Combined Shipping: highest shipping cost first, $1.00 each additional item, automatically applied to your invoice
If you are going to offer on other items that don’t end within 2 days of one another, Don’t Pay the Invoice until you are done offerding. to receive automatic combined shipping. Just message me if more than four days.
If purchasing more than one BIN item, place in the shopping cart before checking out to receive automatic combined shipping.Combined shipping is highest shipping cost on first item, then $1.00 for each additional item; will be automatically applied to your order.Any questions, don't hesitate to contact me.
*Major Tom Woodburn (1893-1980) was the U.S. Army Editor and Director of "Recruiting News" and the artist responsible for many U.S. Army Recruiting Posters including "Wings Over America" and U.S. Army "Then Now Forever". He created his first recruiting poster in 1922. From 1929 to 1933 Woodburn was art director of the Recruiting Publicity Service and by 1936 he was in charge of that department. kbcate


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