This is a reverse-on-glass Budweiser Barley Malt Syrup globe from Anheuser-Busch, sold during prohibition in the 1920’s.
This is a colorful National Brewery Company tin serving tray from St. Louis, MO. Circa 1910.
This is an early tin lard can from the Burdorf Family Sanitary Market in Red Bud, Illinois. Circa 1920.
This is a stunning Reverse-On-Glass advertising sign for Stag Draught Beer from the Griesedieck Western Brewing Co. which was based in Belleville, IL.
This is a rare Combination Roasted Coffee can from the Meyer Brothers Coffee and Tea Company which was based in St. Louis, MO., 1910.
This is an extremely rare Wagner Beer serving tray from Granite City, Illinois from 1915.
This is an extremely rare “Golden Dip” brand coffee tin from the Empire Coffee Company in St. Louis, MO, 1910.
This is a “Yale Spice” tin from the Steinwender-Stoffregen Coffee and Spice Co. based in St. Louis, MO, 1915.
This is an antique coffee tin in the shape of a milk pail from the William Schotten Coffee Company in St. Louis, MO, 1910.
This is a beer serving tray featuring made by the Louis Obert Brewery in St. Louis, Missouri, 1905.