Featured is a nice 1888 advertising lithographic calendar from the Val Blatz Brewing Company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This calendar has all of the months featured in one design, vs. the traditional monthly tabs which became more popular around 1900.
Featured is a nice reverse on glass sign from the Freeport Distillery owned by A. Guckenheimer & Bros in Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania. This ROG sign is circa 1900 and mentions the 1893 Columbian Exposition on the sign as well.
Featured is a nice cardboard sign from the Howdy Orange Drink Soda brand, which says “Don’t say Orange, Say Howdy” as their slogan. Circa 1930’s.
Featured is a beautiful Gund Brewing Company serving tray from La Crosse, Wisconsin. A nice pre-pro tray with King Gambrinus featured in the center image. Circa 1910.
Featured is a beautiful celluloid over cardboard sign from the American Brewing Company in Saint Louis, Missouri. This is for their flagship ABC Brand of Beer, and trademark eagle image. A nice pre-prohibition sign!
CAPITAL CITY DAIRY CO., COLUMBUS, OH. PURITY & BUTTERINE PRODUCTS. EMBOSSED CARDBOARD SIGN. Circa 1920
This is a really nice embossed cardboard sign from the Capital City Dairy Company in Columbus, Ohio. The image shows a young girl riding a cow with the words Purity and Butterine also.
This is an early advertising tradecard from the Dozier Weyl Biscuit Cracker Co., which was based in downtown Saint Louis, Missouri. The image features their large factory building and their parrot image, which was featured in the vast majority of their giveaway advertising products. The parrot is talking about their Boss Crackers. The Dozier Weyl…
Featured here is one of the early curled signs from the R. Naegeli and Sons business in Hoboken, New Jersey. This sign has a similar design with a different beer listed with the same girls image featured in both. This sign is for the Imported Pilsener style of beer.
This is a beautiful lithograph of the Brotherhood Tobacco Brand featuring two gentleman, a distinguished gentleman and a train conductor enjoying their chewing and smoking product. This brand was sold by the P. Lorillard Tobacco Company.
Here is a very unusual round tin sign from the Golden Orangeade brand of soda, circa 1900. This drink was made by the J. Hungersford Smith Company of Jersey City, New Jersey.