World War II Posters The Home Front 2001
Rockwell Military - General Series World War II Posters The Home Front 2001 World War II Posters The Home Front 2001 L10 - “Dig for Victory”, “Careless Talk Costs Lives”, “Switch Off The Light” and “Is Your Journey Really Necssary” are just some of the poster campaigns designed to aid the war effort on the Home Front. Particularly appealing is the “Save Kitchen Waste to Feed the Pigs” card with six little piggies saying “Thanks”. They get the message over with a catchy slogan and some brilliant artwork that would put to shame some of today’s advertising efforts. Churchill’s on the back pointing his finger. This standard size set, issued in 2001, is also available in a large size. This set is size 68 x 37mm.
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World War II Posters The Home Front 2001

Issuer: Rockwell Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: “Dig for Victory”, “Careless Talk Costs Lives”, “Switch Off The Light” and “Is Your Journey Really Necssary” are just some of the poster campaigns designed to aid the war effort on the Home Front. Particularly appealing is the “Save Kitchen Waste to Feed the Pigs” card with six little piggies saying “Thanks”. They get the message over with a catchy slogan and some brilliant artwork that would put to shame some of today’s advertising efforts. Churchill’s on the back pointing his finger. This standard size set, issued in 2001, is also available in a large size. This set is size 68 x 37mm. Number of cards in set: L10 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

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