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Danger, Thin Ice- Collier's Weekly

Founded in 1888 by Irish immigrant Peter Collier, 'Collier's National Weekly' was a popular American publication that ran from April 28, 1888 to its final issue in January 4, 1957. Renowned as the first mass-circulation publication in the United States, 'Collier's' was the perfect melting pot of trending topics, investigative journalism and literature to properly represent a generation of group think.

With 'Collier's' commissioning prominent figures such as Winston Churchill, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, J. D. Salinger, and John Steinbeck to aggregate both political discourse and literature to its pages- it's no wonder this publication was such a roaring success!

Danger...Thin Ice! Oh no...we can't go breaking the ice. These two rosy-nosed police officers seem to be patrolling the rink. Stunning colors and whimsy by celebrated illustrator Jay Swine. Swine is renowned for his 10-year long contribution to Collier's artistic pages. Each of his graphics remain highly-collectible to this day. Signed in plate in the lower left hand quadrant. 

If we know one thing for certain, it's that at only 5 cents a copy, 'Collier's' famed cover illustrations simply drip in vintage decorum. This fabulous 1941 magazine cover will frame beautifully in your home. 

Condition: Good. Small tear along top border has been repaired. Faint border toning in accordance with documents age. Soft background creases along top border. Text printed on verso. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall condition. 

Year: c.1941 - 81 years old

Size: 10.5" x 13.75" (27cm x 35cm)


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