1943 Lubbers Don't Live Small WWII Original Vintage Navy Poster
Printed by: (Bottom right) U.S. Navy, Bureau of Naval Personnel, Training Aids. Nav. Pers. 900,008 A-14 U.S. Government Printing Office. 1943 )-561903 WW2
Age: dated 1943
Condition: A condition, unlined. The paper is a light brown cardstock, lightweight, can be folded, has a light center crease as seen in photos.
A landlubber is an inexperienced sailor, and this is one of a cartoon series of US Navy military training aids during world war two called "Lubbers don't Live."These small posters tell the dangers of carelessness. This one has the poem:
We pause for Seaman Moore
He failed to close a water tight door
A mine that night sent the ship beneath foam
Now he never will get all his souvenirs home
The poster is printed in Black and white with green detail, nothing on reverse, ready for framing. We believe there were 14 in this original series, we only have this one.
Size: 14 x 10 inches
You'll deal directly with gallery owner Debra in your purchase: USPS Priority Shipping is FREE in US, Reduced rate for International USPS Priority shipping. We have a 100% approval policy. We want you to be happy with your poster purchase. A signed COA (Certificate of Authenticity) is included with each poster purchase. Debra has been selling original vintage antique posters on the web since 1995. We do not sell reproductions, only authentic antique posters.