Description"Western Wagon Train" Ghost Town Print (c. 1940s). An outstanding mounted antique sepia tone print created from an original Paul von Klieben painting of a wagon train passing through a Native American village. This is an impressive 78" x 52" framed print of an original piece of artwork that hung in Ghost Town. In original frame with a Knott's Berry Place #80 number ID tag on border of frame. Print is mounted to board. Re-wiring on back of frame is required. This is one massive print and a rare original piece of early Ghost Town décor. Minor handling, surface wear and scratches on frame. Very Good condition.
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