Anheuser-Busch Wood Meyercord Sign, Ganneymede Bringing Budweiser to the Gods -Circa 1900
This is a very rare curled or rolled edge sign from the Ahrens Bullwinkel Liquor Merchants in San Francisco, CA, advertising their ABC Bourbon Rye and Whiskey products.
A beautiful metal advertising sign with embossed bottles and grapes from the ToKalon Winery in Oakville, CA. This is now part of the Robert Mondavi Winery in Napa Valley. The one bottle is dated 1884 reflecting an award the brand won that year.
This is a large metal advertising charger sign from the Terre Haute, Indiana Brewing Company, advertising their Velvet Beer brand. Velvet later became Champagne Velvet, and was brewed for many years as their top seller. Circa 1903.
A beautiful Victorian cardboard diecut lithographic print dated 1900 from the Andrew Lohr Bottling Company, in Cairo, IL. This print shows a blob style and a crown top bottle with Lemon Soda and Champagne Cider on the two labels.
This tin sign advertised the Clem Bottling Works Orange Soda brand. The Clem Bottling Works was based in Malvern, Arkansas and the orange soda flavor was their top seller.
This is a great prohibition era tin sign from the Falstaff Brewing Company in St. Louis, MO for their Dublin Style Cereal Beverage. Cereal beverages were replacement for beer when prohibition started, but were very weak sellers, probably because they did not taste good.
This is an early self-framed tin sign from the Kamps Distilling Company advertising their Rye Whiskey brand. Kamps Distilling was in St. Louis, Missouri in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, and was out of business before Prohibition started
Anheuser-Busch Pre-Prohibition Cardboard Hanging Signs, Budweiser, Grape Bouquet, Ginger Ale, Malt Syrup. Circa 1915
Here are four early cardboard hanging signs advertising Budweiser Beer, Malt Syrup, Grape Bouquet, and AB’s Ginger Ale, all from just before the Prohibition time period, circa 1915.
A beautiful self-framed tin sign from the Cooks Imperial Champagne Company, which was based in St. Louis, MO before Prohibition. At one time Cooks Imperial Champagne was the largest selling champagne brand in the United States. This is also at a time when champagne sales rivaled wine sales in the United States. This self framed…