WWII Postcard "Stop Loose Talk - Rumors" by Seagrams Corp.

WWII Postcard "Stop Loose Talk - Rumors" by Seagrams Corp.

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Authentic United States WWII postcard produced by Seagrams Distillers Corp. during WWII. The postcard is original from the 1940s, however it is a copy of a Seagram's poster that already existed. The postcard shows an image of Hitler listening for information. Below the image is the phrase "STOP Loose Talk - Rumors". The bottom of the front reads as the original poster would have: "This Poster is Published by the House of Seagram as part of its contribution to the National Victory Effort". On the back it reads "This is a reproduction of one of a series of posters distributed throughout the United States by SEAGRAM-DISTILLERS CORP., N.Y." It was a One Cent Stamp needed postcard. The item measures approximately 5 1/2" x 3 1/2". There are minor signs of adhesive or tape having once been attached to the back of the postcard. Other than the adhesive mark on the back, there is no damage or marking to the postcard.
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Authentic United States WWII postcard produced by Seagrams Distillers Corp. during WWII. The postcard is original from the 1940s, however it is a copy of a Seagram's poster that already existed. The postcard shows an image of Hitler listening for information. Below the image is the phrase "STOP Loose Talk - Rumors". The bottom of the front reads as the original poster would have: "This Poster is Published by the House of Seagram as part of its contribution to the National Victory Effort". On the back it reads "This is a reproduction of one of a series of posters distributed throughout the United States by SEAGRAM-DISTILLERS CORP., N.Y." It was a One Cent Stamp needed postcard. The item measures approximately 5 1/2" x 3 1/2". There are minor signs of adhesive or tape having once been attached to the back of the postcard. Other than the adhesive mark on the back, there is no damage or marking to the postcard.

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