Auction 09032022 Militaria And Historic Photos Auction
By Scott Daniels Auction
Saturday, Oct 22, 3:30 PM (your local time)
1412 NY-213 High Falls, NY, United States

A selection of major collections throughout periods of American history - from infamy to victory, from the first pitch to the last strike.  This auction will include the newly discovered Courtney Collection of rare photographs from two generations including an extensive personal album of noted World War II original photographs by John Courtney.  Rare 1920s Babe Ruth photos promoting the film "Headin' Home" by Jack Courtney.  A large selection of militaria items including helmets, uniforms, and bags.  


  • Historical Documents
  • Militaria
  • Photographs
  • Sporting Memorabilia 

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LOT 101:

This is Nazi Brutality 1943: Artist Ben Shahn for Office of War Information

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Price including buyer’s premium: $ 240
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$ 200
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This is Nazi Brutality 1943: Artist Ben Shahn for Office of War Information
This is an original color World War II propaganda poster illustrating the horror of The Lidice Massacre, the complete destruction of the village of Lidice, in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, now the Czech Republic, in June 1942 on orders from Adolf Hitler and the successor of the Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler, Kurt Daulege. Deaths: 340 including 82 children exterminated later after transfer to Chełmno Concentration Camp. Target: Czechs who resisted the Fascist Nazi Party.
Lithuanian American Artist Ben Shahn ( 1898-1969 ) Medium: Offset lithograph poster.
Dimensions : 40 x 28 .25 inches. Credit: Artist Ben Shahn for the Office of War Information.
Bottom Text: Signed lower right, in the image: Ben Shahn printed below image: Poster No. 11. issued by the United States Office of War Information. Additional copies may be obtained from the Division of Public Inquiries, Office of War Information, Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office: 1942-O-491104
Condition issues are noted as follows: a tape repair has been made top left edge, left mid-point loss of approximately .5 inches, additional edge wear, and issues as shown in the photos provided. Please be aware that spots that may appear on the plastic overwrap ( foxing or water spots) are not on the poster.
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