Fortune - August 1939.
Founded in the recent wake of the Great Depression, Fortune magazine was a expensive and impressive publication. While newspapers cost five cents, this heavily illustrated magazine cost $1. Many of the covers have since become famous and iconic by artist's such as Petrucelli, Cosgrave, Crane and others. They are boldly colored lithographs on thick stock and possess a certain charm, as well as beautiful composition.
Condition is good with some wear, scuffing and small tears. Entire sheet image size is 14 x 11.25 (inches).