Vintage Pearl Brewing Co Beer Sign Poster Bullfighting

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  • Item Category: Advertising
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 19,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
Vintage Sign

Wow! This auction is for a very large, old advertising beer sign that has a wood frame and a cardboard insert with the advertising on it. The sign advertises Pearl Lager Beer, which was produced by the Pearl Brewing Company in San Antonio, Texas. The sign has an image of a famous bullfight. The caption says it is "The Last Fight of Manolete by Baruaby Conradl." The sign is very large, measuring about 43" x 32". It's in with some minor wear. Nice old vintage advertisement! Bidder pays $11.00 for shipping and handling via FedEX Ground. International bidders please email me for shipping cost. Items less than US$20 can be shipped via regular Airmail. If the item is over US$20 insurance is required. It the item is over US$100 it must be sent via a service that allows for tracking. If the item is over $100 and insurance is requested it will be purchased from a 3 rd party insurer (find out more at ), which provides much better coverage. I accept personal checks, money orders and credit cards via Paypal. I charge a 5.1% sales tax to all Wisconsin residents - sorry, it's mandatory! Thanks for bidding!

Shipping rules : If you happen to win more than one auction and live in the United States I will GREATLY discount shipping. Obviously, the discount will depend on the weight of each individual item and the physical characteristics of the shipment. Discount will be determined once all auctions are closed, or you can email me for the exact cost prior to the auctions closing. Sorry, international shipping is quite a bit more expensive; however, I will still discount shipping. eBay System Malfunction Rules : If for some reason eBay experiences technical or connectivity issues that results in the inability to bid on or view my items, I reserve the right to cancel all bid obligations. I've had only a handful of problems in the past with eBay's system, but t have been times when my auctions closed during an outage and last second bidders w not able to bid. Please email me for further information. Return Policy : Returns are accepted on items in the event t is a discrepancy between the item description above and the actual condition of the item. This does not cover damage that occurred during shipping (see below about insurance). I am also always willing, at my discretion, to work with the bidder to make sure their experience is positive, and will often return items if it's not what the bidder expected. Please inquire before bidding if this is unclear. Bleeding_gums rules : Payment must be received within 10 days of auction close. Insurance and delivery confirmation is not included in shipping cost (unless noted above); however, both services may be added at the buyer's request and expense. If no such service is requested and the package gets lost or damaged I will not be held responsible for the Post Office's mishandling. Although this is rare, I've had people claim to have not received the package 3 times!

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