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Posted 4 years ago


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I cannot seem to find any information about this old lithograph. It does not look like any of the reprints I have found searching online. It is printed on a glossy thick cardboard.
Can anyone tell me anymore info?
anyone know any authenticators around the Los angeles, ca area who I could take it too?

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  1. Madison, 4 years ago
    I have one of these but it is printed on a canvas. Not a reprint though... it was my great grandma's and is visibly an antique but fully in tact. On the back it has #2938 stamped on the canvas frame. I cannot seem to find any info on this item anywhere! I only see ones like yours. Have you found any information about yours that might help me? Thanks!
  2. Joe, 4 years ago
    I had emailed a beer collecting museum and just got a response back the other day. They sent me a couple of photos of what you should see under a magnifying loupe, you seem to already know that you have an original though. I had alot of trouble finding any info.
    The only thing I found was a post that was about 6 or 7 years old where this person had an original appraised at $1000.
    If you want to email me I can forward the email I received from the museum.
  3. Don, 4 years ago
    I have a 1907 Olympia beer on Canvas its the lady with the flowers any ideas of its value?
  4. oldbeer oldbeer, 4 years ago
    The original lithograph of this was printed on paper,with a hanging calendar pad. The calendar pad was attached with a metal bar, crimped over the pad of paper. Olympia resurrected a lot of their vintage ads and gals in the mid 1970's on trays,print ads and point of purchase displays.The fact this is cardboard is the first giveaway-its 1970's vintage,not an original.
  5. oldbeer oldbeer, 4 years ago
    Maybe this will affirm what I said above.

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