Vintage Military Recruiting Poster (US Marine Corps)

Vintage Military Recruiting Poster (US Marine Corps)

Marine Recruiting Poster

Vintage USMC Recruiting Poster "Be a Sea Soldier"

US Marine Recruiting poster from World War Two Illustrator - Maj. W. Victor Guinness, USMC http://bluejacket.com/usmc/posters/post_usmc_ww2_let-em-have-it_rep.jpg posted by author Charles McCain  #LGLimitlessDesign #Contest

MILITARY POSTER SERIES - MARINE COLOR 8.5" x 11" PRINT

WWII 1940's Marine Recruitment Poster  Refrigerator / Tool Box / Magnet

WWII 1940's Marine Recruitment Poster Refrigerator / Tool Box / Magnet

1stdibs.com | 1970's MARINE Recruitment Sign

1970's MARINE Recruitment Sign

For Sale on - Early Vietnam War Era. An Exterior Recruitment Sign which was Displayed at a Marine Recruitment Center.

Lot 101- 2pc WWII Let's Go! US Marines Recruitment Posters 40''x28'' Each. Strong color with some roll creases. Excellent condition. From a large estate collection of WWII posters being offered in this sale.

Lot 101- 2pc WWII Let's Go! US Marines Recruitment Posters 40''x28'' Each. Strong color with some roll creases. Excellent condition. From a large estate collection of WWII posters being offered in this sale.

Marine recruitment poster - a photo on Flickriver

From promises of exotic adventures to the promise of firsthand vengeance against America's enemies, 30 incredible vintage U.

WWI Marine Poster - J.C. Leyendecker

Series: U. Marine Corps Artist: J. Leyendecker Period: Source country: USA Source Year: 1917 Two marines use a signal flag to tell the warship a message. One marine looks for a reply. 12 inch by 1

Koninklijke Marine recruitment poster  circa 1941-42 | Koninklijke Marine ( Royal Dutch Marine)

A young dark-haired man in a sailor's uniform smiles at the viewer. On the band of his hat are the words "Koninklijke Marine" (Royal Netherlands Navy).

American WWI Marines recruitment poster, "First to Fight"

First to fight - "Democracy's vanguard" U. Marine Corps - Join now and test your courage - Real fighting with real fighters /

Marines recruiting poster

This Marine Corps recruiting poster from World War II features a sergeant, wearing his dress blues. It declares, "READY, Join U.

U.S. Marines First to Fight for Democracy

U.S. Marines First to Fight for Democracy

A WWI U. Marines recruitment poster showing marines firing artillery from a ship.

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