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  1. World War I 'I Want You' Uncle Sam War Poster

    Famous World War I poster depicting Uncle Sam pointing his finger and saying "I Want You! for the U.S. Army Enlist Now". This vintage poster dates to around 1917. Learn More
  2. 1876 Louisville KY Kentucky Aerial Map Poster

    This is a vintage bird's eye view of the city of Louisville, Kentucky (KY). This old map dates to 1876. Learn More
  3. 1913 Arabia the Equine Detective Movie Poster

    Vintage motion picture poster for "Arabia the Equine Detective" shows two men and woman standing next to a horse. Poster dates to 1913 originally. Learn More
  4. 1950s Canadian Pacific Big Game Travel Poster

    Travel poster for Canadian Pacific. Illustration depicts a moose standig on the waters edge looking out over a sunset. Text says: Canada for Big Game! Travel Canadian Pacific. Learn More
  5. 1909 Barnum & Bailey Desperados Circus Poster

    In 1909 Desperado made his terrific descent twice a day, and sometimes three times. The Strobridge artists captured all of the thrill of this unbelievable act on this beautiful Barnum & Bailey circus poster art. Learn More
  6. 1906 Barnum & Bailey Horse Show Circus Poster

    Seven scenes of beautiful horses and handsomely attired performers, neatly put together on one 1906 poster by the Strobridge artists, tell the whole story at a glance. Part of the Barnum & Bailey Greatest Show on Earth. Learn More
  7. 1890s Forepaugh & Sells Bros Seals Act Poster

    Circus poster showing seals during circus act. Caption says Trained by Captain Woodward. Every feat pictured above actually presented. $500.00 will be given to anyone producing a similar act. Original poster dates to 1899. Great vintage circus poster available in a number of sizes. Learn More
  8. 1890s Barnum & Bailey Acrobatic Circus Poster

    Portraits of the owners were used profusely on circus posters to give the townspeople a feeling of confidence in the show they were about to see. Poster contains nice illustrations of acrobatic circus acts. This Barnum & Bailey circus poster dates to the 1890s. Learn More
  9. 1890s Barnum & Bailey Acrobatic Circus Poster

    Only three men, not 13, were in this troupe. The artists? purpose was not to deceive but only to show the various routines that the Herbert Brothers could accomplish. This acrobatic Barnum & Bailey circus poster dates to the 1890s. Learn More
  10. 1897 Barnum & Bailey Horse Fair Circus Poster

    Fine horses are among the mainstays of any circus. To promenade the prancing beauties in one huge column around the hippodrome track created a great spectacle. The artists of this 1897 Barnum & Bailey circus poster caught all of the feel of this grand march. Learn More