Fake Signs being Passed off as Authentic A sad but realistic trend in the advertising collectibles hobby is fake signs being introduced into the market by some unscrupulous dealers. The cause of this is simple: antique signs bring extraordinary prices created by the strong demand from a very limited supply of antique items to their…
Featured is an early metal general store coffee bin from the David G. Evans Coffee Company out of St. Louis, MO. This company was later famous for their Old Judge Coffee Brand.
Featured is an early pre-prohibition serving tray from the Franklin and Hayes Brewery in Pocatello, Idaho. This pre pro tray advertises their Carnation Bud Brand of Beer.
A colorful coffee can from the Stone Ordean Wells Coffee Company which was based in Duluth, MN for their Metropolitan Brand of Mocha and Java Coffee.
A beautiful tip tray from the Muehlebach Brewery which was based in Kansas City, Missouri.
Beautiful Whiskey Decanter from the White Lily Brand. This porcelain china jug was made by the KT&K Pottery works which was based in Ohio.
Tenn-Cola Tip Tray for their soda brand. This one says “At Founts” & “In Bottles” with a 5 cent designation. The tray features a Saint Bernard dog with a cigar.
Featured is a beautiful Uncle Sam’s Coffee General Store Tin Bin from the Thomas Wood and Company Manufacturer based in Boston, MA
This sign is a beautiful hanging tin sign advertising the Sharples Tubular Cream Separators. Circa 1915.
Here is beautiful Keeley Brewing Company serving tray advertising their Keeley brand of beer. The Keeley Brewery was in business for a long time in Chicago