These lifelike images show The Lone Ranger as he might have appeared to any of his enemies as he fought crime in the West; mask on, guns drawn. Tonto, the Lone Ranger’s faithful Native American companion and side-kick is ready to help his friend at a moment's notice. This set of two posters were created in 1957, the first year The Lone Ranger was televised in color. They were created by General Mills, the main sponsor of both the television and radio show, as a boxtop giveaway for children. If you collected enough GM cereal boxtops and mailed them in, you'd receive these life size posters in return! Given their scale and use for children, it has become extremely difficult to find a pair in excellent condition such as these. Please note that each poster measures 25" x 74.5" and that they are sold only as a set.
You can read more about the history behind these posters on our blog.
These are each Original Vintage Posters; not reproductions. Each poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in excellent condition.
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