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original vintage advertising poster is printed on one side, and is in remarkable like new condition with only slight aging to back, front is brilliant colorful, overall crisp, sharp folds (although was originally not folded evenly), EXTRA nice condition. Back has some slight toning minor soiling. You wont be disappointed in the condition of this. Should frame up very well! Very nice!
Blue Eagle with outspread wings poster, was a symbol used in the United
States by companies to show compliance with the National Industrial
Recovery Act. It was proclaimed the symbol of industrial recovery on
July 20, 1933 by Hugh Samuel Johnson, the head of the National Recovery
Administration. The eagle holds a wheel, symbolizing industry, in its
right talon and bolts of lighting in its left talon, symbolizing power.
companies that accepted President Franklin D. Roosevelt''s Reemployment
Agreement or aspecial Code of Fair Competition were permitted to
display a poster showing the Blue Eagle together with the announcement,
"NRA Member, US, We Do Our Part". 1935 the emblem was abolished and its
future use as a symbol was prohibited. The poster was only used from
July 20, 1933 to September 5, 1935. It is fairly large and measures approx. 27 1/4" by 21" wide.