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Purchase Uncle Sam I Want You US Army WWI Metal Sign
  • Uncle Sam I Want You US Army WWI Metal Sign

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  • Item # 22320
  • $12.29

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Description


Add one of the most famous pieces of American advertising to your home or office with this Uncle Sam Metal Sign. Taken from the classic Army recruitment poster, this fabulous military sign is a must for your collection.

  • Lithographed Steel Metal
  • Pre-Drilled Holes, Ready to Hang
  • Measures: 12.5W x 16H Inches
  • Made in the USA
Width: 12.5
Height: 16
Weight: 1.20 lbs

Top Review


Not WWII. Not 40s. Let me explain...
JBach
First of all, I love this design, and I'm very familiar with the artist who drew it. He is one of my favorite artists! (Hence the four star rating.) The product itself would have got a five star rating from me if not for the fact that it's being represented as a WWII/40s product. That's about 30 years too late. James Montgomery Flagg painted this picture in 1917, which was when the Americans entered WWI. (Not II.) I only recommend this product to you (because of the fantastic artwork) as long as you understand that this is not a product of the WWII era.

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Not WWII. Not 40s. Let me explain...
JBach
First of all, I love this design, and I'm very familiar with the artist who drew it. He is one of my favorite artists! (Hence the four star rating.) The product itself would have got a five star rating from me if not for the fact that it's being represented as a WWII/40s product. That's about 30 years too late. James Montgomery Flagg painted this picture in 1917, which was when the Americans entered WWI. (Not II.) I only recommend this product to you (because of the fantastic artwork) as long as you understand that this is not a product of the WWII era.
October 24, 2016   From: Los Angeles, CA  Recommended
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