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World War II Homefront Collectibles: Price and Identification Guide

World War II Homefront Collectibles: Price and Identification Guide

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by Martin Jacobs

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World War II Homefront Collectibles: Price & Identification Guide presents more than 2,000 items known in antique collector circles as "homefront collectibles" originally produced in the United States to bolster civilian moral during the years of World War II. Profusely illustrated with 600 photos (including a section of full-color photography), World War II Homefront Collectibles is a unique, invaluable aid and guide for both beginner and experienced collectors and dealers. From jewelry, postcards, movie posters, and matchbooks, to toys, games, trading cards, and anti-Axis memorabilia, this definitive, authoritative, reliable, highly recommended guide is an essential addition to any personal, professional, or community library antiques/collectibles reference book collection.

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Krause Publications
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World War II Homefront Collectibles: Price and Identification Guide 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great, new 208 page volume with over 600 black and white and more than 60 full color photos. Covers homefront items ranging from: arcade pin-up postcards, greeting cards, matchbooks and POW, to stationery, comics, gum cards and toys. Numerous paper items are shown. Each major chapter includes an interesting and informative introduction to the topic. Values are provided. An outstanding compilation of a variety of collectibles, providing insight into life in the U.S. during WWII that will be of interest to people of all ages.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tom Brokav said it all in his best selling novel, 'The Greatest Generation'. The period between 1941-1945 will always be undoubtably known as the Victory era of World War II. And now some 57 years later, I have collectively with 14 other contributors to my book selected the most humerous, often outlandish, and fascinating collectibles from the World War II Homefront to share with you. Chapters include: Remember Pearl Harbor, V For Victory, Sweetheart Jewelry, Patriotics, Anti-Axis, Civilian Defense and Wartime Kids. This is the only book of it's kind and sure to be a keepsake for years to come.