Here is a beautifully illustrated cardboard sign from the Armas Del Rey brand of cigars. Circa 1910 era.
Here is a tough to find post prohibition brewery beer box from the Peerless Brewery in Washington, MO, just outside St. Louis. Cardboard boxes of this era are generally difficult to find as they were simply not as durable as their wooden counterparts.
Featured here is a very hard to find tobacco tin from the College Yell brand of smoking pipe tobacco. This tin was made about 1910-1920 era.
Here is a 1884 dated lithograph from the Gauss-Hunicke Hat Company which was based in Saint Louis, MO. The litho advertises The Sunshine, A Misses Hat for 1884. This hat company was one of the bigger hat manufacturers in the U.S. in the late 1800’s. Much of their trade went to the ships heading out…
Featured is a beautiful lithograph from the Lang Biscuit and Candy Company which was based in Montreal, Canada in the early 1900’s. Hello Mr. Grocer is captioned with a young girl on the phone making a call the grocer making her order. An outstanding litho with the image and the color both.
Featured is a beautiful lithograph from the American Agriculture Chemical Company which was based in Buffalo, New York in the early 1900’s. This lithograph comes with a calendar for the year and features a young girl with a patriotic flag in her hand. This company was known for their fertilizer products used by farmers for…
Here is a great lithograph from the Temple Plug Chewing Tobacco for their cut plug brand of tobacco. An interesting type of black americana which was common for tobacco in this era. This fancy chew is advertised on this one, the man looks like he is sheepishly enjoying the product.
Here is a beautiful tin chewing tobacco tin from the Sunset Trail brand of smoking tobacco. The image features a man and woman riding their horses into the sunset. The clearly detailed cost of just 5 cents either expensive at the time this was made, indicating a quality brand, whereas most tobacco products of that…
Here is a beautiful condition tin general store counter display point of sale bin from the Beech-Nut Tobacco Company. This particular bin comes in several different colors, with the yellow version being the most common, and prettiest with the color scheme.
Here is a very early tin match holder from the Berdan and Company Spice Manufacturer which was based in Toledo, Ohio in the early 1900’s. This particular matchholder advertises their Chef Spice brand, which a large as life Chef featured prominently on the piece!