1981 Budweiser Cs50 Champion Clydesdales Christmas Holiday Stein Excellent


1981 Budweiser Cs50 Champion Clydesdales Christmas Holiday Stein Excellent

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1981 Budweiser Cs50 Champion Clydesdales Christmas Holiday Stein Excellent:
$99


The1981 BudweiserHoliday Stein is the 2nd in the Budweiser Holiday series from Anheuser Busch. The CS-50stein is the hardest to findto add to a collection. Budweiser’s ChampionClydesdales team is shownagainst a snowy birch tree forest.This stein has also been referred to as “Snowy Woodland” or “Birch Tree”. Made by Ceramarte in Brazil.As with most early Anheuser-Busch and other Ceramarte manufactured steins, they were all handmade and hand painted. It is not unusual for the same style stein to have slightly different finishes. This does not affect their collectible value.These steins arebeing sold " as found ", without any after-manufacturing damage (unless noted in sale description). If you have any questions concerning an sale please email me before offerding.
Stein in the photos are the actual stein you will be buying.
Original 1981 have other Budweiser Christmas Holiday Steins & Mugs From The 1980s

Including the 1980 & 1981 Budweiser issues.

Anheuser Busch & Bud Xmas Items Featuring The World Famous Champion Clydesdales


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1981 Budweiser Cs50 Champion Clydesdales Christmas Holiday Stein Excellent:
$99

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