Hitler Youth Poster

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Hitler Youth Poster

Post by gumby510 » 10 Apr 2003 02:41

I recently picked up a Hitler youth poster and I'm looking for info on the artist. In the top right hand corner is the Name GESCHE.. Whats postsparen? I used a translator and it says Postal service paris I'm looking for any info on the artist I can't find any. Thanks... :D
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Post by gumby510 » 12 Apr 2003 17:04

Can anyone help? Point me in the right direction? Are here any other forums I could visit?

Thanks

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Post by Daniel L » 12 Apr 2003 17:41

It probably have something to do with saving money trough the bank of the German postal service.

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Post by gumby510 » 12 Apr 2003 19:53

You are correct this was made for the special “save money “ program from the youth organisation. I just can't get any info on the artist. I want to restore this piece if its worth it. thanks for the reply!

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Post by patrickh » 21 Apr 2003 13:46

Hi there,wow,that is really a great poster,and yes postsparen is making money on the bank

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Post by gumby510 » 22 Apr 2003 04:35

There is a word on the red book he is holding, what does it say/mean?

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Post by Kurt » 22 Apr 2003 07:09

The word on the red book says "Postsparbuch", that means that thhis is the book where the money is marked everytime you go to place money on it!
Its the same now! If you go to the bank and you place 100$ on your money book, than it is marked on it!
By the way, nice poster!
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