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| Brand: Hawthorne Village
| Merchant: The Bradford Exchange Online On April 7, 1933, America's noble experiment was ended with the repeal of Prohibition. To celebrate, August A. Busch, Jr. and Adolphus Busch III, presented their father with the original six-horse hitch of the famous Clydesdales horses who delivered the first legal case of Budweiser to New York Governor Al Smith in front of the Empire State Building. Now, salute the spirit of those Clydesdale horses with a spectacular sculpture: the grandly sized Budweiser Clydesdales Grand Masterpiece Sculpture, officially licensed by Anheuser-Busch and available exclusively from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division.Since the days of the original six-horse team, the Clydesdales have become world famous, appearing in numerous television broadcasts, parades and two Presidential inaugurations. In a tribute worthy of those magnificent icons, this heirloom-quality, hand-painted sculpture showcases a hitch of eight free-standing fully sculpted Clydesdales. The horses pull a highly detailed vintage-style Budweiser Wagon that actually rolls on moving wheels. This sculpture also features two drivers and a faithful Dalmatian that's removable. Actual metal axles, chain, connectors and bucket handles, plus genuine ribbon accents, add even more realism and charm. This masterpiece sculpture is available in an edition strictly limited to 5,000 worldwide and high demand is expected, so don't delay! Order now!