Cover Collection: Rockwell or Not?

Many of the covers of The Saturday Evening Post were painted by Norman Rockwell, but not all of them were! Can you tell which of these covers are Rockwells and which aren’t?

A grocer and his customer

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Many of the covers of The Saturday Evening Post were painted by Norman Rockwell—322 in all—but not all of our covers were Rockwells! Can you tell which of these covers are Norman Rockwell originals and which aren’t? We’ve removed the artists’ signatures to make it more challenging. You can see the answers here.

 

Santa peeking into a window
Santa Behind Window
December 27, 1919
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Man tripping on skis
Wipeout on Skis
March 3, 1928
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Old hunter and his dog
Hunter and Spaniel
November 3, 1928
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A grocer and his customer weighing bread
Tipping the Scales
October 3, 1936
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Man fishing
Sport
April 29, 1939
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Trucker waving to a woman driving by his truck
Two Flirts
July 26, 1941
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A newstand during a snow storm
Newsstand in the Snow
December 20, 1941
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The statue of liberty
Working on the Statue of Liberty
July 6, 1946
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