Vintage WWII Coca Cola Lithograph "Bell Airacobra" P39 Pursuit US Army Air Force
or Sign In to see what it's worth.
Click here to upgrade your account
Sold Date: 04/07/2012
Channel: Online Auction
Check out my other items ! The next collection we will be featuring consists of Sets, & Pieces of Lionel Pre War, Post War, Marx, LGB & a little Flyer thrown in for good measure with a splash of HO to wash it all down. I had the opportunity to travel down south & met a like minded train man we'll call Dwayne. We talked, reminisced, & haggled! What you will see listed here are the results of the haggle. I know you will not be disappointed! Most of these items were purchased ran when bought new, for a test run, boxed back up carefull y & stored. He also had a few soda advertising items to boot.Coca-Cola has done a lot of posters with American planes. Throughout their history, posters have been a significant means of mass communication, often with striking visual effect. The posters were framed and hung in bottling plant lobbies, schools, and other places. Students were instructed on the airplanes so that they knew the difference between friendly planes and enemy aircraft in preparation for bomb drills. They were all painted by the American artist William John Heaslip who was famous for his aviation related advertisement. This is for a vintage Coca Cola cardboard lithograph print of a Bell - "Airacobra" - P-39 Pursuit airplane, U.S. Army Air Force The lithograph is titled "Protecting a bombing operation". It is on heavy stock cardboard and in good condition. It measures 15"x13". This print is the more desirable action shot of the titled plane in battle action during WWII. Show some wear, but for 69 years old, a nice addition to your collection. Pictures tell the story. If you need additional pictures feel free to ask. , feedback says it all. We ship next day after completed paypal payment. We accept other forms of banned (CK&MO) Ebay payments. Will ship almost anywhere. Combined shipping always for highest listed shipping fee + $3.00 for each additional item if the weight works. If it doesn't you pay the weight. Thanks for Looking & Good Luck Be sure to add me to your favorites list !
Items in the Worthopedia are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs.
View Similar Items