Featured is a beautiful metal or tin serving tray from the Deer Park Brewery in Port Jarvis, New York, circa 1910. This tray shows their varied products, lager beer, ale and porter products.
Pictured is a beautiful serving tray from the Birmingham, Alabama Brewing Company for their Ideal brand of beer. This metal serving tray is a pre-prohibition era tray, circa 1910.
Reverse on Glass Factory Scene from the Genessee Brewing Company in Rochester, N.Y. Circa 1900.
Reverse on Glass Phillip Zang Brewing Company Sign, Denver, CO. Pre-Prohibition, circa 1900 with gesso frame.
Beautiful tin serving tray from the large Pre-Prohibition George Ehret’s Hell Gate Brewery in New York City, N.Y.
Malt Marrow Pre Prohibition era serving tray from the McAvoy Brewing Company in Chicago, IL. Ca. 1910
Featured is a beautiful reverse on glass shoe sign from the Burt and Packard Company formerly in Brockton, Massachusetts. This sign advertises their Korrect Shape Brand of shoes. Circa 1905.
Featured is a beautiful tin coffee can from the Biklen Winzer Grocery Company in Burlington, IA. The can features a horse or thoroughbred image with the name Derby Coffee. Whether this is a correlation to the Kentucky Derby or not, I simply do not know. But it would make sense!
M-C-A 10 ct. cigar lithographic sign. Goldsmith, Silver Company, Boston, MA.
Brushed aluminum Phoenix Beer sign from the Phoenix Brewery in Bay City, Michigan. Pre-Prohibition era.