Pictured is a beautiful tin sign for the Sleepy Eye Flour Brand, produced by the Sleepy Eye Flour Milling Company of Minneapolis, MN.
A beautiful Victorian woman is featured on this antique advertising tin sign for Sloman’s Diamond Wedding Whiskey, circa 1910. The whiskey was produced by August Baetzhold in Buffalo, New York. I think it’s interesting how many of the early distilleries and breweries highlighted beautiful woman in their advertising, apparently targeting the men who were…
A stunning vitrolite corner sign from the Gluek Brewing Company in Minneapolis, Minnesota manufactured before Prohibition started in 1919.
Featured is a tin sign from the Dr. Pepper Soda Company with a gorgeous woman on it. The sign says Dr. Pepper will give you “Vim, Vigor, Vitality” and the drink is “Free From Caffeine”.
A stunning reverse on glass corner sign with a metal frame around the glass from the Bellingham Bay Brewing Company in Washington state. Circa 1900.
A nicely framed tin sign from the Taylor and Williams Distilling Company in Louisville, Kentucky advertising their Yellowstone brand of whiskey. Circa 1905.
RED TOP RYE WHISKEY REVERSE ON GLASS CLOCK, WESTHEIMER & SONS CO., ST. JOSEPH, MO. CINCINNATI, OH. Circa 1900
This Red Top Rye reverse on glass advertising clock is from the Ferdinand Westheimer and Sons Distillery, located in Saint Joseph, Missouri and Cincinnati, Ohio. Circa 1900.
This tray is dated 1904 and comes from the Casper Heil Brewing Company in Burlington, Iowa. The Heil Brewery was in business from the late 1800’s until 1916.
Featured is a very nice whiskey advertising tray from the Wolcott Company out of Rochester, New York for their Cornhill Whiskey brand. Circa 1910.
This beautiful self-framed tin advertising sign from The Sharples Separator Company in West Chester, PA. features a woman who looks like a fairy with wings getting cream for a young girl, while the cow looks on with much interest.