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1908 4th of July Jack Newton Daniel's (24 w X 36 H)

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    Posted 11 years ago

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    My husband found this poster in a dumpster in Upstate New York not New York City in 1995. When he fished it out of the dumpster it was stapled to a home made frame that was falling apart. It has some damage but, it is in decent shape. We have no idea were it came from or if it is real. I looked it up on the internet and to no avail I couldn't find out anything about it. I guess that doesn't mean much. I know it is from Lynchburg Tennessee the home of Jack Newton Daniel and his famous whiskey. I have kept it because its kinda cool and its a great conversation piece.

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    1. brattgirl2003, 11 years ago
      If someone can give me any history on this poster I would love that.
    2. YardSaleDave, 11 years ago
      WOW, just wow, what a great piece of history, I have no doubt that it is original.
    3. sodadad sodadad, 11 years ago
      Look at it thru a magnifying glass and if you see a is a repo. If not then it is probably the real deal.
    4. Humwawa, 11 years ago
      I have this same poster and would also like to learn more about it. Mine was given to me by a friend who found it in the attic of his house while he was attending college in Colorado. As I recall he said that this was sometime in the late 70's.

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