Your Price $28.95

(Not just a photo or poster but a work of art!)

This reproduction depicts a somber looking vintage poster. It States: We here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain.  Helped promote thought and pays tribute to all our military and country. Poster designed by Allen Sandburg, issued by the Office of War Information, Washington DC., in 1942 in remembrance of the Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941.  Donated to the Navy Art center by Dr. Robert L. Scheina 1970.

Canvas size is 8x10 ready for framing. You can add your own additional matte or leave it just as it is with the printed matte.  These prints are made to order.

This would make a nice gift and a great addition to any military collection or wartime memory.  Order several different prints for a fantastic look on a home or office wall.

The watermark "Sample Print" will NOT be on your print.

This photo is printed on Archival-Safe Acid-Free canvas using a high resolution printer and should last many years. It is also sprayed with a clear matt finish for extra protection. 

Because of its unique natural woven texture canvas offers aspecial and distinctive look that can only be captured on canvas.  The canvas print does not need glass thereby enhancing the appearance of your print, eliminating glare and reducing your overall cost.

We guarantee you will not be disappointed with this item or your money back.  In addition, we will replace the canvas print unconditionally for FREE if you damage your print. You would only be charged for shipping and handling. Any questions please send us an email.