Prohibition Ends At Last! December 5th, 1933. America says Cheers to 21st Amendment.
Straight from the headlines of 1933. Just in time for Christmas, America celebrated the 21st Amendment and an end to the disastrous experiment in federal teetotaling. A pretty awesome vintage touch to any bar, kitchen, or man cave, this museum quality print adds a nice typographic touch to your room, while celebrating a victory for liberty.
Museum-quality prohibition posters made on thick, durable, matte paper.
A statement in any room. These are printed on archival, acid-free paper. Available on 24x18, 16 x 12 , and 10x8 inch sizes.
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