This is a Nectar Brand Spice display bin for Ground Black Pepper manufactured by St. Louis Coffee & Spice Mills circa 1910.
This is a Reverse-on-Glass corner sign from the Bluff City Brewery in Alton, Illinois circa 1890. It has a vibrant seven-color design.
This is a stunning reverse-on-glass Lager Beer sign manufactured by Wm. J Lemp Brewing Company, circa 1895. This unique Breweriana advertising sign is considered very rare and to date it is the only one known to exist.
This is a massive ten-gallon salt glaze stoneware whiskey jug made for Theodore Vogt, a whiskey wholesaler from East. St. Louis, Illinois circa 1880.
These are two self-framed tin signs manufactured by Henry Luebbe Soda & Mineral Water Manufacturing Co. from Hermann, MO., Circa 1900.
1938 – This Coca-Cola soda tray is known as the “Girl at Shade” version. This tray portrays artwork from the famous illustrator Bradshaw Crandell.
This Vess Soda clock was manufactured by Pam Clock Co. Circa 1950. The clock features the advertising message, “Drink Vess – Billion Bubble Beverages”.
This Coca-Cola soda tray is known as the “Menu Girl” version produced in 1953. The tray shows a young woman at a counter holding a Coca-Cola bottle with a menu card in front of her.
This Glendell Farm Dairy Milk Bottle is from Waterloo, Illinois Circa 1930. It is a clear pint size milk bottle and is embossed with white raised lettering.
Circa 1920, a nice biscuit box from a long defunct Baking Company. This box is for their soda water cracker brands and is very colorful with the Orange coloring, somewhat unusual for that time period on early advertising items.