A fabulous early brass corner sign from the Roberts, Johnson and Rand Shoe Company in St. Louis, MO. This corner sign is from about 1895 and features a large star symbol for their Star Brand Shoes. The Roberts, Johnson and Rand Shoe Company would eventually become the largest selling shoe company in the United States with factories in many Midwestern states in the early 1900’s and well into the mid 1900’s.
Featured is a really neat tin sign from the Roberts, Johnson and Rand Shoe Company, which was based in Saint Louis, Missouri. This sign was a stock sign, and the manufacturer simply added hundreds of general stores names and cities attached to the sign where their brand was being sold. The sign says “For All…
Featured is an early 1900 era coffee bin from the Paxton and Gallagher Company based in Omaha, NE. This tin is large and would allow a patron to scoop out coffee by the pound at the store.
Featured is a beautiful General Store coffee bin from Dwinell-Wright Coffee Company which was based in Boston, MA with a Western branch in Chicago, IL also. This bin advertises both the Java and Mocha brands of coffees.