Pictured is a beautiful serving tray from the Fredericksburg Brewing Company in San Jose and from the Aug. Lang Fredericksburg Bottling Company in San Francisco, CA. Circa 1910.
The Taka-Kola brand was a very well known early 1900’s soda brand which produced many types of advertising, including this beautiful tip tray. Circa 1910.
Pictured is a very colorful ceramic syrup dispenser from the Taka-Kola brand, circa 1915. In the early 1900’s many soda companies produced Kola brands which were designed to compete against the more famous Cola, i.e. Coca-Cola.
Pictured is a gorgeous self framed tin from the Schlitz Brewing Company out of Milwaukee, WI. Circa 1900. Schlitz was advertised as the “Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous” on many of their early prints.
Here is a very tough to find early serving tray from the Illinois Brewery Company, which was based in Socorro, NM. This brewery was started by Mr. Hamel’s who was based originally in Lebanon, IL.
This is a beautiful lithographic print from the Albert Hertz whom was based in Gloversville, New York, Circa 1905. Mr. Hertz was a dealer in both wines and whiskies before prohibition.
This is a gorgeous factory scene serving tray from the Hand Brewing Company which was based in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, circa 1910.
A beautiful El-Bart Dry Gin Lithographic Framed Print with the original framing and company designation. Circa 1905.
Cornhill Whiskey Tray, The Wolcott Whiskey Co. Rochester NY, Circa 1910