Cooks Wine and Imperial Champagne Co Glass Advertising Paperweight, St. Louis Missouri Company. The American Wine Company was one of the nations largest wine producers and they sold their wine far and wide. Ca. 1910.
National Biscuit Company Tin Box Circa 1915 National Biscuit Company Tin Cracker Box. Now called Nabisco Corporation.
This Coca-Cola soda tray is known as the “The Two Girls at Car” version produced in 1942. The tray artwork portrays two young women at a convertible car each holding a Coca-Cola bottle.
This is a beer serving tray manufactured by the American Brewing Company based in St. Louis, Mo Circa 1905.
Union Leader Lunch Box Cut Plug Tobacco Tin. Lunch Box tins are recognizable by their handles and they remain amongst the most popular of tobacco tins today by collectors along with the pocket tins. One of the most common lunch pail tobacco tins to be found today. Ca 1915
Pedro Tobacco Lunch Box Advertising Tin. The lunch box of lunch pail tobacco tins feature a handle are are amongst the most collected of all tobacco tins along with the pocket size versions. Ca 1910.
The F. R. Rice Tobacco Company based in St. Louis, MO manufactured Mercantile Cigars. At one time, St. Louis was the largest tobacco and cigar manufacturing city in the United States.
Dan-D-Bakery Metal Biscuit Box. The Dan-D-Bakery was based in East St. Louis, Illinois, just across the river from St.Louis, MO. I have not seen any advertising items from the Dan-D-Bakery other than the tin boxes and one other hexagonal glass biscuit case which was used as a point of purchase shelf display. Ca 1920.
John Bardenheier Wine Cellars Co. Advertising Pam Company Thermometer from St. Louis, MO. The Bardeheier brand was well known and had a broad distribution of both their whiskey and wine products for many years.
This Bluff City Brewery Vitrolite corner sign was made by Bluff City Brewery based in Alton, Illinois circa 1915.