World War II Propaganda–“Jap Hunting License”

Hakes American and Collectibles auctioned off this small collection of “Jap Hunting Licenses”–anti-Japanese propaganda from World War II. From the auction description,

Lot of ten wallet cards, 2×3.5″ to 2.5×4.5″ issued during the 1940s. Cards represent a variety of designs and were issued by bars, the “Cessna Keep ‘Em Flying Club” of Wichita, KS, The Quapaw Chieftain of the Quapaw tribe, even a local judicial candidate (pictured on reverse). Quapaw-issued card has space for US Defense Stamp and another card has a stamp in place. Text phrases include “No Holds Barred, No Closed Season, No Limit, Ammunition Furnished By Uncle Sam,” etc. Of the cards, one features rising/setting sun image while another shows cartoon of Japanese head mount on wall.

Jap Hunting Licenses
Jap Hunting Licenses
Jap Hunting Licenses
Jap Hunting Licenses

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