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.
Chimo 5 Cent Cigar Cutter Display
Tin Schmidt’s Brewery City Club Beer Tin Sign from St. Paul, Minnesota.
Chipped Glass Bank Sign from the Rawson and Evans Glass Company in Chicago, IL & New York City, N.Y. Circa 1895.
Gesso Framed Reverse on Glass Sign from the Peoples Brewery in Trenton, New Jersey. Pre-Prohibition era, circa 1905.
Featured is an early curled or rolled edge tin sign advertising the John C. Vance Iron Works, known for their Horse Shoes and Wire Nails in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This sign dates to the early 1900’s.
Pictured is an early coffee tin can from the Durand and Kasper Coffee Company, which was based in Chicago, Illinois. This particular can is a round canister with a removable lid. It dates to the 1905 era.