The skilled work of American artists in creating propaganda posters during World War II is on display in the four-bar design series known as the Fight For Freedoms Sake. Produced by the Osborne Mint, the collection offers 2 oz silver bars that each have hand-engraved designs, colorized visuals, and proof elements. Provident Metals now has the 2 oz Silver Buy War Bonds Bar available to you for online purchasing.
When you purchase a 2 oz Silver Buy War Bonds Bar in this product listing, you receive your silver bar individually packaged inside of a protective, custom-fitted capsule. The bars come with individual serial numbers marked on the obverse face and a Certificate of Authenticity from Osborne Mint. Each bar has hand-engraved designs, proof frosted elements, mirrored fields, and colorized visuals on the obverse.
On the obverse of 2 oz Silver Buy War Bonds Bars is the image of Uncle Sam standing in the wreckage of the attack on Pearl Harbor. As the smoke still smolders, Uncle Sams anger burns as he clutches his American flag and tells Americas forces to mobilize against the enemy. America responds with lethal technology and production capacity that churns out enough bombers to turn the skies black while enlisting millions of Americans to serve as GIs on the frontline.
The reverse face of the 2 oz Silver Buy War Bonds Bars, you will find the common design element for the series. This colorized design captures the effort of American GIs to advance on an enemy position. One GI stands tall firing rounds downrange as he compatriots advance toward the enemy under the covering fire.
The United States government enlisted the help of Hollywood actors and actresses to help promote the voluntary compliance of Americans in buying war bonds to support the war. Graphics at the end of feature films would often include a note asking patrons to Buy War Bonds and Stamps. In total, the federal government sold war bonds to 85 million Americans for a total of roughly $185 billion in war funding. Bonds were also sold by the government to conscientious objectors to the war, such as members of historic peace churches. These bonds were not labeled defense bonds and could be used to support the effort in indirect ways. A total of $6.74 million of these bonds were issued.
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