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Original Italian Alcohol Poster "Luxardo" Liqueur Maraschino Zara 1950's

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SKU: 62801
Artist/Maker: Anonymous
Year: 1950's
Medium/Material: Linen backed
Condition: Very good (A-) (Determining Condition)
Height: 145cm  (57.09in.) Width: 98cm (38.58in.)

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Original Italian Alcohol Poster "Luxardo" Liqueur Maraschino Zara 1950's

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Girolamo Luxardo S.p.A is an Italian liqueur factory. Founded in 1821 by Girolamo Luxardo in the city of Zara, Dalmatia (now Zadar), it moved to Torreglia near Padua after 1945. Luxardo's wife (Maria Canevari) produced liqueurs at home, specializing in "rosolio maraschino", a liquor from Dalmatia, and Luxardo founded the distillery to produce Liquore Maraschino.[1] Girolamo Luxardo died in 1865 at age 81, and his son Nicolo took over the business. The company's current products include a variety of liqueurs and similar products (Maraschino, Sangue Morlacco, Sambuca, Amaretto, Grappa, Passione Nera, Slivovitz etc.) as well as other baking related products, such as liqueur concentrates, fruit syrups, and jams.[1] Luxardo products are sold in about 70 countries worldwide. The distillery employs approximately 45 people, as well as roughly 100 salespeople throughout Italy. The 6,800-square-metre (73,000 sq ft) distillery is capable of producing 6,000 bottles per hour. In 2010, it produced a pre-tax profit of €16 million. The company owns 22,000 Marasca cherry trees, which is the largest cherry orchard in the European Union. (Wiki)

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Perry Description Girolamo Luxardo S.p.A is an Italian liqueur factory. Founded in 1821 by Girolamo Luxardo in the city of Zara, Dalmatia (now Zadar), it moved to Torreglia near Padua after 1945. Luxardo's wife (Maria Canevari) produced liqueurs at home, specializing in "rosolio maraschino", a liquor from Dalmatia, and Luxardo founded the distillery to produce Liquore Maraschino.[1] Girolamo Luxardo died in 1865 at age 81, and his son Nicolo took over the business. The company's current products include a variety of liqueurs and similar products (Maraschino, Sangue Morlacco, Sambuca, Amaretto, Grappa, Passione Nera, Slivovitz etc.) as well as other baking related products, such as liqueur concentrates, fruit syrups, and jams.[1] Luxardo products are sold in about 70 countries worldwide. The distillery employs approximately 45 people, as well as roughly 100 salespeople throughout Italy. The 6,800-square-metre (73,000 sq ft) distillery is capable of producing 6,000 bottles per hour. In 2010, it produced a pre-tax profit of €16 million. The company owns 22,000 Marasca cherry trees, which is the largest cherry orchard in the European Union. (Wiki)
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