Red Indian Tobacco Lunch Box tin for their Cut Plug Tobacco. Lunch Pail tin containers were often used by children when the product was gone.
Featured is an early wooden general store coffee bin from the Canby, Ach, and Canby Coffee Manufacturer based in Dayton, OH. This bin advertises their King Bee brand of coffee.
Featured is a great stock tray advertising Sam Grabfelder’s Distillery in Louisville, KY’s Rose Valley brand of whiskey. Circa 1905, a great pre-prohibition era advertising piece.
This is a beautiful glass vitrolite material corner sign from Ruder Beer, made by Mathie-Ruder Brewing Company in Wausau, Wisconsin, WI. Circa 1910.
Here is a beautiful porcelain sign from the Jas. McGahan & Brother cigar plant in Troy, New York. This sign is for their Professor Morse brand of ten cent cigars.
Featured is a gorgeous general store coffee bin from the John T. Hancock and Sons Coffee Company which was based in Dubuque, IA. Circa 1900. The bin is for the companies Acme blend of coffee.
Photographed here is a beautiful tin tip tray from the Saratoga Springs N.Y. area for their Star brand of spring water.
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 colorful tin serving tray advertising the King Arthur Brand of flour which was made in Minnesota in the early 1900’s.
Pictured is a beautiful 1904 Hood’s Sarsaparilla Lithographic calendar for their famous drink. Hood’s was based in Lowell, MA and the company produced calendars on a yearly basis.