These are two self-framed tin signs manufactured by Henry Luebbe Soda & Mineral Water Manufacturing Co. from Hermann, MO., Circa 1900.
1938 – This Coca-Cola soda tray is known as the “Girl at Shade” version. This tray portrays artwork from the famous illustrator Bradshaw Crandell.
This Vess Soda clock was manufactured by Pam Clock Co. Circa 1950. The clock features the advertising message, “Drink Vess – Billion Bubble Beverages”.
This Coca-Cola soda tray is known as the “Menu Girl” version produced in 1953. The tray shows a young woman at a counter holding a Coca-Cola bottle with a menu card in front of her.
Circa 1900 era victorian Die-cut advertising cardboard sign from the Andrew Lohr Bottling Company in Cairo, IL. This company sold a ton of soda in this area and they were in business from shortly after the civil war until around 1900. There are many soda bottles and some beer bottles from this company that are all highly sought after. Some are more rare than others however, so the value varies tremendously.
Circa 1910 Wards Orange Crush Syrup Dispenser. The Ward Brand was a very popular one in the early 1900s, and the also had a Lime and Lemon brand which have their own syrup dispensers. Syrup dispensers were used in soda fountains for years and today are highly collected. Dispensers with their original tops command the most money from collectors.
Circa 1885 E. Schroeder Amber Soda Bottle. Amber soda bottles from the Midwest are highly collected and are very rare.
Circa 1915, This is a tin over cardboard sign with a cardboard stock finish made by The NBC Root Beer National Bottling Co. E. St. Louis, IL .
This is a Buckeye Root Beer syrup dispenser from the Cleveland, OH Fruit Juice Co, circa 1890-1915. It is made of ironstone and features a decorative decal image of a frothy mug of root beer in the center.
These are Jic Jac Root Beer, Orange and Grape soda cans with a cone top style manufactured by the Jic Jac Company of St. Louis, Missouri starting in the 1950’s.