The "Don’t Spend It All" posters were part of an advertising campaign that ran during the early 1920’s which urged individuals to save more and deposit in their banks. Each design and respective message of these posters, while varied in their content, all reflect the purpose of the campaign as a whole: to make the general public feel that savings would help to improve their financial futures.
This specific poster features the logo of the campaign, a steel triangle inscribed with "Don’t Spend It All". In the poster, we see a welder working in his studio. The bottom of the poster reads "Make part of what you earn work for you – Save!" implying that the welder should save the money from his occupation in order to live a more financially comfortable life.
The poster is signed by the artist, Lyford. Unfortunately, there is little information on the artist.
This is an Original Vintage Poster. It is not a reproduction. This poster is linen backed and in excellent condition. We guarantee the authenticity of all our posters.