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Lot Number: 294
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“Sells Brothers' World-Conquering and All-Overshadowing 3-Ring Circus, Real Roman Hippodrome, Grand Firemen's Tournament, Indian Village and Museum, 5-Continent Menagerie, and Pawnee Bill's Famous-Original Wild West!”

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c. 1887, Advertizing Poster for “Sells Brothers' World-Conquering and All-Overshadowing 3-Ring Circus, Real Roman Hippodrome, Grand Firemen's Tournament, Indian Village and Museum, 5-Continent Menagerie, and Pawnee Bill's Famous-Original “Wild West!”, Very Fine.

Highly illustrated Wild West theme 10.25” x 28”, double-sided and profusely excitingly illustrated Poster, printed in deep brown ink on off-white heavy wove paper by The Russell & Morgan Printing Co., Cincinnati, OH. A great period Western style Poster featuring a dizzying array of Wild West illustrations and typesetting, advertising attendee’s exciting entertainment including: “Blood-Sweating Hippopotami,” "Railroad trains", "Shooting Glass Balls Horseback" and "Male and Female Jockeys and Charioteers". Some gentle creasing, light edge wear, small closed tears to margins. A great Poster for display and addition to any Wild West or Circus collection. Very scarce.
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Lot Number: 294
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