This Wiggle Wagglegraph toy produced by the Dennis Novelty Company advertises Cabinet Beer from the Waterloo Brewing Company in Waterloo, Illinois on both the cardboard box and on the wooden toy itself. Circa 1905.
This is an unusual copper metal tip tray from the Excelsior Brewing company in Saint Louis, MO. Circa 1905.
This extraordinary American Brewing Company ABC Brand die cut tin sign is from the American Brewing Company in St. Louis, MO. Circa 1900. This impressive sign has a seashell looking design on the top and features cherubs on the sign, one of the companies common themes with their early advertising items.
This is a very unusual Fancy Blend Coffee Tin Can from The C. F. Blanke Coffee, Tea & Spice Company based in St. Louis, MO. Circa 1910.
This is a self-framed tin hanging sign advertising Sloman’s Diamond Wedding Rye Whiskey, manufactured by August Baetzhold in Buffalo, New York. Circa 1910.
This is a very beautiful blue and white colored stoneware pottery coffee pot advertising their Log Cabin brand of tea from the C. F. Blanke Tea & Coffee Company in St. Louis, MO. Circa 1910.
A beautiful 3 pound tin coffee can from the James H. Forbes Coffee & Tea Company in St. Louis, MO for their Rex Mocha Java brand. Circa 1915.
This is a Monkey Brand Roasted Coffee General Store Bin made of tin from the Steinwender-Stoffregen Coffee and Spice Co. based in St. Louis, MO, circa 1910. The Steinwender-Stoffregen Company was known for their flagship Yale brand of coffee in the early 1900’s. However, the Monkey brand was a top seller also for the company, but paled in comparison to the sales of their Yale brand. The Steinwender-Stoffregen Company won an award as the best coffee at the St. Louis World’s Fair Exposition in 1904.
This is a tin charger made for the William J. Lemp Brewing Company, St. Louis, MO in 1903. It is the first charger in a series of six Lemp Brewing Co. metal chargers distributed from 1903-1917.
This is a very unusual Oolong Tea brand general store Tea Bin made for The C. F. Blanke Coffee, Tea & Spice Company based in St. Louis, MO, circa 1900. The Oolong brand of tea was a very popular brand around the 1900 era.