Featured is a beautiful pre-prohibition tin charger sign from the Missoula Montana Brewery for their Glacier Beer.
Featured is a beautiful tin tray from the Genesee Brewing Company in Rochester, New York. Circa 1910. Pre-Prohibition era tray.
Featured is a beautiful Diamond Dye Brand wooden spool cabinet with a beautiful colorful tin sign on the front door.
Here is a beautiful self-framed tin sign from the Castalla Club Whiskey Rye Brand, circa 1910. The sign prominently displays a rooster alongside a bottle of their rye product.
Pictured is a beautiful serving tray from the American Brew Company which was based in Rochester, New York for their Liberty brand of beer. This tray denotes the brand is available in bottles only. The Indian feature on the tray makes this tray a cross-over collectible, for both the local brewery collector, and for collectors who…
Pictured is an early medicinal General Store Cabinet from Dr. J.H. McLean which was used to sell his quack medicines in the early 1900’s
This is a beautiful tin corner sign from the Leonard Schlather Brewing Company in Cleveland, OH. This brewery later became the Cleveland & Sandusky Brewery before Prohibition. Circa 1890.
Featured is a beautiful tin coffee can from the Thomson & Taylor Spice Company in Chicago, IL. This can carried their Silver Dollar brand of coffee in a 3 pound can. Circa 1900.
Pictured is a early tin coffee can from The Saville, Somes Company at 55 Commercial Street in Boston, MA. This can is for their famous Red Feather brand of coffee.
Pictured is a beautiful 1900 era Vitrolite corner beer sign from the Hudepohl Brewery in Cincinnati, Ohio. This sign was reproduced at one time, but the frame is not an original style of corner sign composition