Seymour Goff (Ess-Ar-Gee) Loose Lips Might Sink Ships 1942. One of the most famous and rarest posters of World War II. Privately printed image shows a torpedoed freighter sliding under the waves stern first. The words of this title are the basis of the most misquoted phrase of the war; usually elided to the more positive ‘loose lips sink ships. 28×20 near mint, conservation backed.
Bibliography: Bird and Rubenstein Design for Victory World War II Posters, 4.