I have always liked the image on this Snow Boy Washing Powder Soap metal sign. I can only speculate the use of the Lautz Bros. & Company product would clean your clothes to look as white as fresh snow again. The use of a young boy gliding down a hill on his sled carrying…
Featured is an amazing self-framed tin sign from the Diamond Dyes Brand, which was made by The Wells, Richardson & Company in Burlington, Vermont. The Diamond Dyes Brand is best known for their wood spool cabinets which had about a dozen different tin sign scenes on the cabinet front doors. These dyes were sold by General…
Featured is an early cardboard sign advertising the Hershey Milk Chocolate and Cocoa products. The Hershey Company was large, but they did limited widespread advertising in the early 1900’s. Subsequently, collectors today cannot find a large variety of early advertising from this company.
Pictured is an amazing Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral Brand wooden sign from the J.C. Ayers Company in Lowell, MA. This sign makes a bold claims for the liquid’s ability to cure cough, colds, throat and lung diseases. Such claims were common in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s before the FDA started outlawing such advertising claims.
Featured is an early pre-prohibition Meyercord wood style sign featuring the Thomas Ryan Sparkling Ale brand from Syracuse, New York. Meyercord wooden signs were made by the Meyercord Company in Chicago, IL, and were commonly used in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.
Pictured is an early reverse on glass advertising sign from the New York Standard Watch Company in Jersey City, New Jersey. This sign is in the original frame and is from the 1900 era. Spectacular graphics with the eagle on the globe holding a wedding ring in it’s beak.
Featured is an early tobacco lunch pail tin from the Mastiff brand of cut plug tobacco. This box comes in several colors in the lunch pail design. Lunch box tins are highly collected by tobacco collectors today.
Featured is a beautiful reverse on glass sign from the Jacob Ruppert Brewery which was one of the largest breweries in New York City in the early 1900’s. This sign is stunning, and I believe is in the original round frame. A nice pre-prohibition sign.
Here is an early pre-prohibition serving tray from the Genesee Brewery in Rochester, New York. The Genesee Brewery is still in business today and has been in business since 1878.
Here is an early reverse on glass sign from the S. Hirsch & Company Whiskey Distillery in Kansas City, MO. The sign is for their famous Quaker Maid Whiskey brand. This sign is a pre-prohibition era advertisement, circa 1900.