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Posted 7 years ago


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Here is a john dillinger poster I picked up and have had it for years now I thought someone would enjoy

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  1. Toyman Toyman, 7 years ago
    Thanks baboyhama
  2. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 7 years ago
    that is bad where did you find this jewel dillinger done alot of running around in indiana i love piecies of the old gangsters
  3. Toyman Toyman, 7 years ago
    Iv had that since in chicago 30 years or so
  4. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 7 years ago
    Dillinger had many run-ins with the feds in MN too. He hooked up with the Barker gang here.
  5. Toyman Toyman, 7 years ago
    Ya well also thought Id tell you my family new al capone.My gram had a stll in her attic .Oh yes Big al
  6. DavidnIndiana DavidnIndiana, 7 years ago
    love to have this one
  7. Toyman Toyman, 7 years ago
    Thanks destiny.g.v
  8. Toyman Toyman, 7 years ago
    Thankyou yardsalemama and everyone else I did not thank before her It happen so fast.A lot of people love this I see wow.
  9. zguy2112 zguy2112, 5 years ago
    Great piece! john Dillinger is always my first thought whenever someone mentions the Biograph Theater.
  10. tastouzette tastouzette, 4 years ago
    Well zguy2112, you are the collector that I usually like to read insights, but on this poster I'll have to say your eye was really not sharp. This is supposed to be a 1930s poster, and the typeface used is Helvetica, the most famous sans serif typeface, which was invented in 1957, more than 22 years after Dillinger's death. No posters before end of the fifties were using it of course. I guess this is a bad prop used in a poor TV film/show about Dillinger or just a cheap "avant garde" repro.

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