DescriptionPabst Blue Ribbon "French Indian War Generals" Ghost Town Print (1936). Calling all PBR beer fans! Pabst Blue Ribbon was founded in Milwaukee in 1844. This is an original oversized Pabst Blue Ribbon advertising campaign print depicting six 18th century military men sitting around enjoying a cold one. An Indian headdress is on the floor. A subtle "Pabst" sign hanging in front of tavern outside the side window and the slogan "Courtesy Pabst Breweries" with a copyright line in the lower right are the identifiers for this vintage beer print. The artist's name, "Geo. Hinke", can be found in the lower left corner. It is in its original frame, with an overall size of 46" x 34". Some scratches on the frame from more than 50 years of display at the park. A fun piece of Knott's memorabilia! Very Good condition.
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