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The Circus Canvas giving to my grandfather from his grandfather.They went to visit the circus what a present from grandpa.

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    Posted 9 years ago

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    This is a circus side show canvas thats been in our family for 80 yrs or so.What I know about it is my grandfather was a young kid at the time went to the circus with his grandfather. my grandfather was born in 1906. His grandpa bought this for him as a present .my brother did a little diggin on it .was painted by last name nuemann....he said also that this circus train caught on fire and many cars were 1915. Red skelton was apart of the train .so they say me with identifying this.thanks john.

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    1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 9 years ago
      This was made by Edward Neumann (whose studio was located at 120 North Ann Street in Chicago) Made sideshow banners. A 12 x 20 ft was $48.00 back then and for a extra $1.50 he would add rope around the edges. This was around the 1910-1920 era. Dave
    2. artist, 9 years ago
      wow thank you so much now for the value of this thing ? or should I contact the circus museum in baraboo ,wisc?
    3. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 9 years ago
      I would do that, they can go from $1,000. and up. American Pickers found 2 of these on one of thier shows by another artrist and sold one for 10,000.00 and another for $5,000.00. Its all come to who wants it bad enough. Dave
    4. artist, 9 years ago
      thanks much for your help...i really apreciate everything.

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