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    Advertising: Houston Ice and Brewing Co.Pre Prohibition Sign, ca 1910. Picturing an Indian Chief, squaw and papoose this sign makes a dramatic presence. The bold color and dynamic design of this lithographed paper sign is a fine example of brewer advertising produced at that time. The Houston Ice and Brewing Co, also called the Magnolia Brewery, opened around 1892 and thrived as a brewery business until Prohibition. During their time as a brewery, they produced several signature beers; Magnolia, Richelieu, Hiawatha, Grand Prize and Southern Select. 16.25" x 22.5" double matted and nicely framed. Excellent condition as framed.

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    Nov-Dec, 2011
    30th-1st Wednesday-Thursday
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