1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union - Vietnam Is Not Conquered - Rare Political Posters - 22" x 45"- Belchikova
Rare 1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union - Vietnam Is Not Conquered - Rare Political Posters - 22" x 45"- Belchikova
1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967
1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967
1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967
1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967
1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967
1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967
1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967
1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967

1960s Anti-Vietnam Propaganda Poster from Soviet Union | 1967

Regular price $550.00

Here we a very rare Anti-Vietnam political poster out of the former Soviet Union, circa 1967. This striking historical art encompasses what experts say is one of the best political posters ever made in terms of the pure graphic quality. The color dichotomy and flash of light on the face definitely gets your attention, and the flaming jet in the black is a not-so-subtle touch. The Russian inscription simply states: "Vietnam Is Not Conquered." Graphically, they were definitely making that point. Intense to say the least.

The rare political poster comes out of the estate of an international art collector in the Twin Cities. The propaganda poster was produced in 1967. I'm not sure about the artist.

The rare vintage poster measures 31 1/2" wide by 22" tall. There is patina from use everywhere, including two vertical fold creases on the left, some wear along the edges, and a small loss in the bottom right corner. There is also tape residue on the reverse. Please all pics as they are part of the description.

I ship FedEx to street addresses in the continental USA only (no PO boxes). The rare poster will be shipped rolled in a poster tube. Free shipping on the rare 1960s political poster.

The hard-charging energy of global politics and war amps up the graphics on this rare relic of the 60s. Simply one of the best historical posters.