Stoneware Pottery Beer Drinking Stein or Mug from The Wm. J. Lemp Brewery in St. Louis, MO. Circa 1900.
Pre-Prohibition Litho Consumers Brewing Company Glass Beer Mug from Saint Louis, Missouri.
Here is a great tin sign from the prohibition era for Tonica, a prohibition era near beer drink out of Indianapolis, IN.
This serving tray is from the Isengart Brewing Company in Troy, N.Y. A great pre-pro era metal advertising tray!
Pictured here is an early general store or veterinary counter type display wood cabinet from the Dr. Lesure Remedy Company, based in Keene, New Hampshire. Dr. Lesure was one of the most prominent early veterinary suppliers for all medicines for livestock owners, and in particular with a focus on horse equestrian supplies.
Pictured is an amazing pre-prohibition era serving tray from the Whatcom, WA Bellingham Bay Brewing Company. This tray advertises their 3 – B Beer brand and features an image of the brewery factory building.
Stoneware crock with a fish on the label from the Trask Fish Company. The Trask Fish Co was in downtown St. Louis. Missouri.
An early litho from the Herman Berghoff Brewery in Fort Wayne, Indiana for their Dortmunder and Salvator Brands of Beer.
Here is a great old tin sign from the Five Jacks Brand of Whiskey. Made by the L. Michelson & Brothers Distillery in Cincinnati, Ohio. Pre-Prohibition era.
Buck Beer Poster from the Joseph Schlitz Brewery out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This poster is pre prohibition era, circa 1910.