These are two Pepsi-Cola wooden carrying crates made of sturdy wood slats and feature cutout handles, made in the 1960’s.
This is a Pepsi-Cola porcelain sign, Circa 1950’s. The sign is 14″ tall by 24″ wide and reads “Take home a carton”.
Circa 1920 Paper advertising calendar print with a beautiful Victorian woman from the Fred Husemann Soda Bottling Company in Red Bud, Illinois. Mr. Husemann was in business from approximately 1920 to 1960 in this town in Randolph County, IL.
Circa 1920s Metal or Tin Soda Sign from the Fred Husemann Soda Bottling Company in Red Bud, Illinois. Mr. Husemann was in business from approximately 1920 to 1960 in this town in Randolph County, IL.
This is a brilliant metal advertising tip tray for the Phos-Ferrone Manufacturing Company, 1910. This vintage tray reads “Drink Phos-Ferrone” on the outer rims of the tray and features a beautiful Victorian woman
Large Vess Cola outdoor tin sign which would have been displayed outside a store or confectionary. Circa 1940’s. Vess was based in St. Louis, MO but had vast distribution in many parts of the U.S.
A beautiful Koerber Quality K Beverage Soda heavy cardboard soda window or point of sale sign. Circa 1950’s
This tin Bevo Beverage sign was produced during Prohibition when Anheuser-Busch made Bevo their number one selling beer alternative to Budweiser. Circa 1920’s.
1920’s Prohibition era porcelain sign from Anheuser-Busch Company advertising their Ginger Ale Brand of soft drink.
This is a beautiful metal serving tray from the Kist Orange Soda brand illustrating a woman dressed in a bathing suit with a navy hat on her head. Circa early 1940’s.