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Wissembourg- Gut Holz N° 110

Another fascinating image was produced by the C. Burckardt printing company in the 1880s, in Wissembough, France. "Gut Holz" literally translates to "good wood" and "Holz" is a bowling term for the pins. "Gut Holz" is a bowler greeting, so this poster might have been a promotion for a local tournament or bowling alley, although we're still trying to figure out why the bull, pig, rabbit, and dog (with a hat of course) are making an appearance. A wonderfully quirky image for the bowling enthusiast! 

Condition: Very Good 

Year: c.1880 - 141 years old

Size: 23.0" x 27.0" (58cm x 69cm)