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WWII Propaganda Poster: Keep 'em Rolling with Philco, 1942 - 1945

1942 - 1945 Keep 'em Rolling with Philco

Regular price $ 300.00

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By: Anonymous

Date: 1942 - 1945 (circa) Philadelphia

Dimensions: 22 x 17 inches (56 x 43 cm)

Keep 'em Rolling with Philco Quality

This is a WWII era screen-print poster for Philco, also known as the Philadelphia Storage Battery Company. Established in 1906, Philco spearheaded early battery, radio, and eventually, television innovation and production.

Shortly after the attack of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 Philco garnered military contracts and quickly converted their manufacturing facilities to support the war effort. The company helped research and produce radar, radios, batteries, and other electronic equipment, as well as proximity fuses for artillery shells. 

The posters produced for Philco were not made for public consumption, but rather likely hung in and around their manufacturing facilities, engineering labs, and offices to boost morale and encourage their employees to maintain the highest standards of "Philco quality." 

This present example features two soldiers walking beside a tank that roams the European countryside. An example of a U.S. Army signal corps radio transmitter appears in the lower right corner.

Condition: Poster is in B+ condition, offering bright colors on mostly clean paper. There is some discoloration near some corners and outer margins. The screen print poster is backed to a sturdy card stock, likely as issued. 

Ref: https://philcoradio.com/library

Inventory #92082

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