Robber Banking Poster
|Year Printed:||c. 1920's|
|Size:||20” x 29”|
|Country of Poster:||US|
|Condition Detail:||This original vintage poster displays general signs of use including a minor tear in the lower right corner. This poster is a printer's proof and holes in the upper border were purposely added so that the printer could hang the posters during inspection. See the image for more details.|
|Additional Information:||This rare vintage poster is part of a banking advertising campaign called "Don't Spend It All" that ran during the 1920's to convince the public to open checking and saving accounts. The older character is drawn in the Van Gogh style. Little is known about this series of posters but this is a great example of stone lithography.|
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