- Size: 15" x 5'
- Eye-catching design: These Vintage Circus Banners feature bold colors and captivating designs that will grab the attention of anyone who sees them.
- High-quality materials: Made from durable and long-lasting materials, these banners are perfect for indoor or outdoor use and can withstand the elements.
- Easy to hang: Each banner comes with grommets and reinforced edges, making it easy to hang and display in your home or business.
- Unique decor: Add a touch of vintage charm to any space with these one-of-a-kind circus banners, which are perfect for themed parties, events, or as wall decor.
Item Number: 54979
Dimensions: 9.02 x 7.99 x 0.35 inches
Weight: 0.18 lb
The year was 1900, and it was the start of a new Century. The world was teeming with dreams and so was Martin Luther Beistle. He was affectionately known as M. L. Beistle by his employees, shareholders and friends. As a young man, M.L. worked for the Pittsburgh Art Calendar Company and he was a progressive salesperson that listened to his customers. While in hotels showcasing his calendars, his customers commented about the constant need to water the lobby plants. His solution was simple and brilliant. Artificial plants made from what? You guessed it. Paper! They never needed to be watered. Always looking for opportunity that involved decorative products made from paper, M.L. made a trip to Heidelberg Germany and while there, he observed a honeycombing technique and being a visionary entrepreneur, skillfully conceived and designed a process to honeycomb tissue paper, and with the addition of these new decorative products, The Beistle Company was formed. Although The Beistle Company opened its doors in Pittsburgh, PA, it quickly expanded and outgrew the facilities and headed East to the small town of Oakville, PA. Incorporated in 1907, its manufacturing moved to the second floor of a wagon shop, until rapid expansion created the need to move to larger facilities in nearby Shippensburg, PA. Although The Beistle Company opened its doors in Pittsburgh, PA, it quickly expanded and outgrew the facilities and headed East to the small town of Oakville, PA. Incorporated in 1907, its manufacturing moved to the second floor of a wagon shop, until rapid expansion created the need to move to larger facilities in nearby Shippensburg, PA. The culture of The Beistle Company is soundly based on the commitment to our employees, and the desire for their success. Our employees are the Beistle family. From one generation to the next, we do not lose sight of who we are, and of those who helped us achieve those 119 years of progressive accomplishments. Many of our employees have had and hopefully will continue to have family members that are proudly part of the Beistle family.
We don't accept return, but if the product you receive is broken or wrong, we will provide full or partial refund.