ADOLPH COORS GOLDEN BREWERY, Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado
Printed in 1900 by The Denver Litho Company for the Adolph Coors Company to be awarded to those saloons that sold hundreds of kegs of beer during the previous year.
When this lithograph was originally issued it was enveloped inside a mahogany-stained oak frame with a gold inset on the inside rim. A brass plate was located on the bottom portion of the frame engraved with, “Adolph Coors Company, 1900.”
This specific lithograph was acquired, in ancient days (pre-internet) from an old saloon in a Colorado gold mining town.
Lithograph dimensions: 41 inches by 29 inches. Excellent condition and completely original.
Colors are vivid. Lithograph exhibits superbly.
A rare advertisement for one of America’s best known beers.
Unfortunate historical note: this early Coors brewery was destroyed by fire in the 1930s.
*(Please note: freighting costs are extra and estimated to be between $175.00 and $300.00)
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