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Catalog Number 10645-2907
Title Flyer; John Falter; Phoenix Symphony; Money to Burn
Object Name Flier
Description Yellow Phoenix Symphony Benefit Dollar. Drawn similar to the U.S. Dollar. Has "1" drawn in the upper left and right corners. Center circle with black crosshatch has old man with a beard and an askew hat reaching out of the circle to light the lower right corner on fire with a match. Caption on the circle reads "Sourdough." The lower right corner is drawn to be burning up, with flames and smoke. Above the circle is a banner with the text "Dough 'See' Dough." Below the circle is a banner with the text "Money to Burn." "ONE" is written in the lower left corner. Above the "one" is a serial number "1951234" and the text "Cudia City Series / Phoenix Symphony Benefit" placed to the left of the center circle. To the right of the center circle is a seal with the text "Some Sort of Seal or Something-" written around a circle of squiggly lines. Border on the dollar is made up of loops and squiggles.
Material Paper, Ink
Medium Paper, Ink
Artist Falter, John P.
Made Falter, John P.
Height (in) 2.563
Width (in) 5.75
People Falter, John Philip, 1910-1982
Credit line John P. Falter, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania
Collection Falter, John P. Collection