Other highlights include:
* Lot #570, David Stone Martin's Above and Beyond the Call of Duty / Dorie Miller, estimated at $4,000-6,000. It measures 28 x 20" and was printed in 1943 in Washington, D.C. by the U.S. Government Printing Office. This handsome, linen backed WWII-era poster honors Dorie Miller, a U.S. Navy second-class cook who died in action. He is depicted wearing his Navy Cross medal at Pearl Harbor, dated May 27, 1942.
* Lot #79, Willy Hanke's Deutsche Lufthansa / Presto Alla Meta, is estimated at $2,500-3,500. This color lithograph poster is dated 1939 and was printed in Germany. It measures 23-7/8 x 16-¼” and advertises Lufthansa airlines. It features a female archer behind a four-propeller plane which is marked on the tail with the swastika. This is the Italian version; it was also printed in English, Danish, and German.
* Lot #415, Jacques Debut's Cycles Rudge, is estimated at $2,500-3,500. It was published in Paris in 1897 by Caby & Chardin. This 63 x 45-¼” color stone lithograph promotes bicycles produced by Rudge Whitworth, a British firm that made bicycles, motorcycles, and tires through 1946. It features a man who has unexpectedly stumbled upon an Art Nouveau goddess holding a bicycle in a forest clearing.
* Lot #151, Joseph Feher's (1908-1987) Hawaii / United Air Lines, is estimated at $2,000-3,000. This c. 1950s era, linen backed example measures 39 x 23-¾”. It features a beautiful hula dancer standing larger than life on one of the Hawaiian islands, surrounded by tropical fish and plants, Hawaiian men and women on surfboards and outriggers, and a United Boeing Stratocruiser flying overhead.