Militaria
World War I
Book Lot-World War I Posters
Item #: NEW-0016547

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There are two books in this listing.  The first book is titled Poster of the First World War by Maurice Rickards  New York: Walker and Company, 1968. Hardcover with worn dust jacket. . f Reproductions of posters used around the world in World War I. Clean interior 1st Edition.  The second book is a soft cover book, with creases on the cover. The author is George Theofiles.  Published in 1970 and all illustrations of WII posters.  

Will be mailed by media mail and excessive postage paid will be reimbursed

Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Price: $16.50 USD
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RPPC-US Army Transport-General Hugh J Gaffey
Item #: NEW-0014963

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Some corner wear.  Never mailed but this ship was active during WWI

Shipping Weight: 0.2 lb
Price: $6.50 USD
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WWI-War in France-Eight Postcards
Item #: NEW-0014493

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These cards are clean and never mailed.  Scanned in the holder.  Shows the soldiers and the destruction of towns in France.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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WWI-War in France-Eight Postcards
Item #: NEW-0014491

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These cards are clean and never mailed.  Scanned in the holder.  Shows the soldiers and the destruction of towns in France.

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WWI-War in France-Eight Postcards
Item #: NEW-0014490

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These cards are clean and never mailed.  Scanned in the holder.  Shows the soldiers and the destruction of towns in France.

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Celluloid-United War Work Campaign-World War I
Item #: NEW-0012519

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Authorized Solicitor button. Measures one and a half inches. 

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $27.50 USD
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PC-Unexploded English Ordanance with German Child=WWI
Item #: NEW-0012210

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Through the miracle of Google I was able to translate this unused postcard which really did not  need explaining. A poignant scene.

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WWI Postcard
Item #: NEW-0010547

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Clean, unused card

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Price: $4.50 USD
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Booklet-President Wilson's War Address to Congress
Item #: NEW-0010522

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This booklet reproduces Woodrow Wilson's War address before a Joint meeting with the House and Senate.  Also gives the name of those who voted for or against the measure.  Contains four photographs.  Cover is a little dingy.

Price: $27.70 USD (Sale Pending)
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Real Photo PC-Armed WWI Soldier
Item #: NEW-008247

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Minor wear to this unused card showing a soldier posed in front of a tent.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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WWI Soldier-Davenport Iowa
Item #: NEW-008228

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Nice photo of a soldier in his uniform. Hostetler was the photographer.

Shipping Weight: 1.2 lbs
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PC-American Wounded after Bombardment of France
Item #: NEW-007806

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Interesting image of a young US soldier in WWI who was wounded in France. Large crease in middle of card, not that noticible. This card was produced by the Chicago Daily Times.

Shipping Weight: 0.15 lb
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Postcard Lot-German Destruction of Paris WWI
Item #: NEW-007756

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Six different postcards printed in Paris and presumably showing the destroyed buildings there caused by the German Army during World War I. Some have small corner creases and other minor wear. Ink inscription on most of the cards which appear to read Menitory France but not sure about that. One of the cards was mailed with a free frank soldier mailing and censor stamps.

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Price: $6.50 USD
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Postcard Views-Paris-Aftermath of WWI
Item #: NEW-007751

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Three postcards showing the destruction in Paris France (I think) by the German army during World War I. The cards appear to have been removed from a sheet of other cards. Note the edges that are perforated. Two of the cards were actually mailed and has the free frank of "Soldiers Mail" and also bears the soldiers name with Censor stamps. See the scans.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $6.50 USD
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Real Photo Post Card-German Officer-World War I
Item #: NEW-007574

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Unused post card with some edge and corner wear and a puncture mark on this leg.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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Window Sticker-Subscriber-4th Liberty Loan-WWI
Item #: NEW-006782

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This sticker measures 8 by 6 and a half inches. Corner was separated at bottom right hand corner and was taped on the back. Looks like it may be the modern acid free scotch tape but don't know for sure. Other minor wear including the sticker part has mostly worn off.

Price: $8.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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Morgan County War Chest Button-WWI
Item #: NEW-006630

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7/8 of an inch. Two small spots

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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Ticket-Pershing Parade-New York City
Item #: NEW-006584

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Attractive ticket for a victory parade given in New York Clity under the auspices of May John F Hylan. This ticket is for the Official Stand. Not dated. World War I. General Pershing

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $75.50 USD
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Dynamite Tintype-WWI Soldier and Shoe Shine Boy
Item #: NEW-006579

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Love this image which measures 3 and a half by 2 and a half inches. Shows a Dough Boy in an outdoor scene having his boots shined by a young black boy. Nice clarity though the image is somewhat dark. The first scan shows the true appearance and I have lightened the second one up so you can see it more clearly. Some emulsion in the area to the left of the soldier which looks like a wooden structure. Also a long scratch which is visible under magnification. General condition of this tintype is clearly visable on the scans. I should mention that there are some slight bends which don't affect the appearance.

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Price: $250.50 USD
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WW1 Postcard-Ambulances Lined Up-USA Base Camp
Item #: NEW-006461

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Postally unused card showing Ambulances all lined up at the USA Base Hospital at Camp Merritt New Jersey. Worn corners and a couple of rough areas on the edges.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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PC-American Troops in Parade-Paris-1918
Item #: NEW-006460

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Victory parade on the 4th of July in 1918. Unused, produced by the Red Cross which has its emblem on the reverse. Floppy with rounded corners. World War I

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PC-Basket Ball Squad-Base Hospital-Merritt N J
Item #: NEW-006455

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World War I postcard. Not used postally. Wear to the corners with one corner crease.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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Real Photo PC-U S S Dekalb-WWI
Item #: NEW-006434

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Undivided back and not postally used. Minimal wear. Here is information on the war ship found on the web. USS DeKalb, a 14,180-ton (displacement) troop transport, was built at Stettin, Germany, in 1904 as the passenger liner Prinz Eitel Friedrich. She was a German Navy auxiliary cruiser during the first seven months of World War I, then was interned in the United States. Seized when the U.S. entered the conflict in 1917, she was turned over to the Navy, converted to a troopship at the Philadelphia Navy Yard and renamed DeKalb. She was commissioned in May 1917 and a month later helped carry the first contingent of U.S. troops to the European war zone. Later registered as ID # 3010, she continued in her vital work until the fighting ended in November 1918. During this time DeKalb made a total of eleven trans-Atlantic voyages, transporting over eleven-thousand men. After the Armistice, she reversed the process, bringing home more than twenty-thousand troops in eight trips. USS DeKalb was decommissioned in September 1919 and transferred to the U.S. Shipping Board. Subsequently refitted for commercial employment, she operated as SS Mount Clay during the early 1920s and was scrapped in 1934.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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Zeppelin Postcards
Item #: NEW-005770

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Eight, large postcards, all different. They were sent in an envelope with a stamp "Officers Open Mess "Official" 435 CSG-Rhein Main AB" I'm assuming that this was sent during the war but is not dated so am not sure.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $25.50 USD
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Lot of WWI Buttons
Item #: NEW-005754

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This is a lot of fifteen buttons from World War I.

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $80.50 USD
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1919-Howard Christy Large Poster-Beautiful
Item #: NEW-005736

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Original, authenic poster by the famous artist, Howard Chandler Christy who made some of the most famous WWI posters. This is a large sheet, 40 inches by 27. See scan. Rather large chunk out of the edge on the left hand side in the flag which can be seen in the scan. Other condition problelms include many tears and chipping along all of the edges. Most of the tears have been repaired with archival, acid free tape on the reverse. All of these rough areas could be framed out. Heavy fold across the middle as mailed and some tears there have also been repaired. There was one area in the top area where the lithograph was missing and it showed white. This was touched up with water colors which makes it difficult to spot. Overall an impressive display.

Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Price: $275.00 USD
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WWI Real Photo PC-German Prisioners
Item #: NEW-005459

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This unused postcard shows a group of German Soldiers being guarded by a French soldier. Ink notation which reads "Boche" which is a French slang word for ‘rascal’ first applied to German soldiers during World War One.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $12.50 USD
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Real Photo PC-Ruins of St Miheil-WWI
Item #: NEW-005458

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Minor wear to this unused postcard showing the results of bombing of St Miheil during World War I.

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Zeppelin Postcard Lot
Item #: NEW-004853

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These unused postcards were made in Germany, and clearly are reprints. Because I found them in a lot where the oldest items were WWII, I believe them to be old reprints. The Zeppelins, were dirigibles and were used by the German army during World War I for bombing and scouting. They were used after the war for commercial purposes until the explosion of the Hindenburg.

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Zeppelin Postcard Lot
Item #: NEW-004852

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These unused postcards were made in Germany, and clearly are reprints. Because I found them in a lot where the oldest items were WWII, I believe them to be old reprints. The Zeppelins, were dirigibles and were used by the German army during World War I for bombing and scouting. They were used after the war for commercial purposes until the explosion of the Hindenburg.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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Zeppelin Postcard Lot
Item #: NEW-004851

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These unused postcards were made in Germany, and clearly are reprints. Because I found them in a lot where the oldest items were WWII, I believe them to be old reprints. The Zeppelins, were dirigibles and were used by the German army during World War I for bombing and scouting. They were used after the war for commercial purposes until the explosion of the Hindenburg.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $15.50 USD
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Zeppelin Postcard Lot
Item #: NEW-004850

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These unused postcards were made in Germany, and clearly are reprints. Because I found them in a lot where the oldest items were WWII, I believe them to be old reprints. The Zeppelins, were dirigibles and were used by the German army during World War I for bombing and scouting. They were used after the war for commercial purposes until the explosion of the Hindenburg.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $15.50 USD
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Zeppelin Postcard Lot
Item #: NEW-004849

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These unused postcards were made in Germany, and clearly are reprints. Because I found them in a lot where the oldest items were WWII, I believe them to be old reprints. The Zeppelins, were dirigibles and were used by the German army during World War I for bombing and scouting. They were used after the war for commercial purposes until the explosion of the Hindenburg.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $15.50 USD
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Zeppelin Postcard Lot
Item #: NEW-004848

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These unused postcards were made in Germany, and clearly are reprints. Because I found them in a lot where the oldest items were WWII, I believe them to be old reprints. The Zeppelins, were dirigibles and were used by the German army during World War I for bombing and scouting. They were used after the war for commercial purposes until the explosion of the Hindenburg.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $15.50 USD
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Real Photo Post Card-General Pershing & Gen Foch
Item #: NEW-004847

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Unused postcard in good condition. Pencil ID on the bottom edge of the card.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
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Original James Montgomery Flagg Poster
Item #: NEW-004796

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This poster measures 22 by 14 inches. Thumb tack holes in each corner and another at mid top edge. Light creases at a a couple of corners. Half inch tear in margin. "Sow the seeds of Victory plant & raise your own vegetables". This poster was encouraging the citizens to grow their own victory gardens. Issued in 1918 by the National War Garden Commission, according to the printing on the front. See scan for the little piece of paper on the back which asks that the poster be displayed to help the war effort. Flagg created approximately 45 posters for the war effort, including the most famous war poster of all, "Uncle Sam Needs You."

Shipping Weight: 2.5 lbs
Price: $650.50 USD
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Photographic Lot-WWI Reunion-American-Italian
Item #: NEW-004138

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Three eight by ten photographers which were found in the Nick Varrallo estate. Varallo was a famous Nashville restaurantier. Photographs are by Wiles, a Nashville photographer. The photogaphs are of World War I American soldiers along with some Italian soldiers. The large group pose has some mild damage but the other two have heavy damage, holes, creases and stains. Possibly some kind of reunion.

Price: $50.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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Photograph-German Officer-Double Armed
Item #: MIL-003626

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This is a small photograph mounted on cardboard. Measures about 4 X 3 inches. Good clarity. Uniformed with his german helmet, lugar, and sword. Photographic mark R. Schwag. Frankfurt.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $75.50 USD
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Real Photo Post Card-Group of Doughboys
Item #: MIL-002809

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Minimal wear on this unused card.

Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Price: $8.50 USD
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1917 Sheet -There's A Green Hill Out In Flanders
Item #: MIL-002806

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Minor wear on this sheet music.

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1918 Sheet Music-Empty Dedle Dee Dum Dee
Item #: MIL-002805

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Not sure what the title has to do with this war camp scene but attractive sheet anyway. Two tears in the lengthwise edge and other minor wear.

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1918 Sheet Music-We'll Do Our Share
Item #: MIL-002803

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Wonderful graphics and nice condition

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1915 Sheet- I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier
Item #: MIL-002802

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Minor wear on this sheet with neat graphics which echoes the sentiments of most mothers.

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1918 Sheet Music-When You Come Back
Item #: MIL-002801

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Words and music by George Cohan. Tiny edge tears

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Sheet-It's Time for Every Boy to be a Soldier
Item #: MIL-002795

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See scan for condition on this 1917 sheet music. Portraits of Lincoln and Woodrow Wilson. Handsome sheet with some creasing though.

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Sheet Music-A Mother's Prayer Her Boy Out There
Item #: MIL-002794

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1918 is the date on this sheet. See scan for overall condition. Some creases.

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Sheet Music-I'll Return Mother Darling To You
Item #: MIL-002793

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1915 is the date on this sheet. See scan for overall condition. A couple of small edge tears and ink signature of owner on the bottom edge of the cove.

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