Old Advertising Beer Tray - Early Budweiser

This vintage advertising tray features a classic scene which I believe is called A Good Point from the early 1900's. Five gentlemen in red hunting jackets gather around a large table enjoying a good smoke, a couple of bottles of Budweiser beer and/or a cup of tea. To the left, the light of the fire casts a shadow that looks like a fox which has the interest of the hunting dog. On the back wall is a mirror topped with the Anheuser Busch eagle logo. The sides are slightly flared rather than straight sided and around the inside edge of the tray it is wood grained litho with a French horn, riding crop and saddle and of course the name Budweiser.

It measures about 13 1/4" by 10 1/48" and 1 1/8" deep and is in good condition with rich colors and light wear, mostly to the edge where there is paint loss around the outer edge of the tray. The picture portion is very nice. There is a small, round white spot below the dog which I have shown in the photos. The back of the tray shows scuff wear and some paint loss.

The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.

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Item ID: 18805

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$325 USD

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