BROTHERHOOD TOBACCO’S AD CAMPAIGN HELPED BRIDGE CLASS WARFARE! One of my favorite advertising pieces from the early 1900s comes from The Brotherhood Tobacco brand. What I like about this advertisement is the brand clearly tried to demonstrate a point that no matter what your class or background was, their tobacco brand would be “The Tie…
Richmond Straight Cut Self-Framed Cigarette Tobacco Sign from the Allen and Ginter Tobacco Company in Richmond, VA. Successor was The American Tobacco Co. Circa 1900.
French Market Roasted Coffee Chicory Can, New Orleans Coffee Company, New Orleans, LA Louisiana. Three pound store can.
Self-Framed Round Glass sign from the Fort Pitt Special Beer brand. Pittsburgh, PA based brewery. Post-Prohibition, circa 1935.
Tin Over Cardboard style Canoe Club Beverage Soda Sign E. DuCharme Bottling Works, Aldenville, MA.
Cameron & Cameron Tobacco Company, Richmond, Virginia Grade A Finest Tobacco Tin Can. This can features a small ring handle on the top for easy carrying. Circa 1920.
Sure Shot Chewing Tobacco Cannister from the Spaulding and Merrick Tobacco Company in Chicago, Illinois. The tobacco can has a lid in the center top for the content removal.
Vitrolite corner brewery sign from the Beverwyck Brewing Company, Albany, N.Y. Pre-Prohibition era, Ca. 1910.
Pre-Prohibition Whiskey Bourbon Sign for the OFC Brand which was sold by George T. Stagg Distilling Company in Frankfort, KY. The originator of this whiskey was The Taylor Company.
Capital Brewing Company Pre-Prohibition Olympia, Washington round beer serving Tray.