Pictured is an early Pre Prohibition porcelain sign featuring The Famous Narragansett Banquet Ale brand of beer from the Providence, Rhode Island Brewery. Made on Honor, Sold on Merit are the featured logo’s in this particular sign.
Featured is an early tin sign from the Hirschhorn Mack and Company Cigar Makers in New York City. This sign features the commonly used logo image of Mr. George in the center. Just about every Henry George Cigar advertising item I have seen prominently features the same image in the advertisement. The Henry George Cigars…
Featured is an early stoneware coffee pot from the Cyrus F. Blanke Coffee Company in Saint Louis, MO. This stoneware pot has the Blanke name on the lid, and features their famous Blanke Devil image for their Faust brand of coffee. Circa 1910. The stoneware mug comes in two different handle styles, and also comes…
Reverse on Glass Sign, T. F. Mackmiller Whiskey Manufacturer, Iron River, Wisconsin Sign
Here is a nice wooden sign from the Bull Frog Brand of Beer, United Breweries Co. Chicago, IL. Pre-Prohibition.
Pre-prohibition era serving tray from the Adolph Loeb Whiskey Distiller Company in Cincinnati, Ohio. 2 O’clock Club Rye.
Featured is an early round metal serving tray from the California Brewing Association in Napa, CA for the Golden Ribbon Beer Brand. This tray features a woman galloping through the desert on a horse, a very unusual design, and to my knowledge, not a stock style tray. Circa 1910, Pre-Prohibition era.
Featured here is a gorgeous ceramic root beer dispenser from the Hire’s Root Beer Brand out of Philadelphia, PA. This dispenser features the popular Hire’s Boy image on it, with the denotation the soda “Is luscious and pure”. Circa 1900.
Pictured is an early General Store Wooden Coffee Bin from the E. C. Scudder and Brother Coffee Company, based in Saint Louis, MO. Later this company became the Scudder-Gale Grocer Company in the 1920’s. An awesome stenciled wooden display piece. Circa 1900.
Featured is an early Phoenix Brewery Sign from the Bay City, Michigan Brewing Company. This sign features a group of men readying themselves for a cock fight, an image which was popular at that time, but would not be accepted today. This sign is a pre-prohibition era advertising piece, circa 1910.