WIELANDS EXTRA PALE LAGER BEER TIN SIGN, WIELAND BREWING CO, SAN FRANCISCO, CA. Circa 1900
Here is an incredible Wieland Brewing Company embossed tin sign, simply stating “A Western Product”. The tray does advertise their Extra Pale Lager Beer and features a beautiful image of a Indian in full headdress
WEST END BREWING COMPANY, SELF FRAMED TIN SIGN, UTICA, N.Y., Circa 1900
Featured here is a beautiful square tin sign with a concave image in the center of a woman resting near a fireplace. This piece was a stock sign, and was produced by the West End Brewing Company in Utica, New York prior to prohibition.
STEGMAIER BREWING CO. BEER SERVING TRAY, WILKES-BARRE, PA. Circa 1905
Featured is a early pre-prohibition serving tray from the Stegmaier Brewing Company which was based in Wilkes Barre, Pennslyvania. This tray features four different beer brands from the brewery including Lager, Stock Lager, Malt Extract. The bottles are early with the porcelain bail wire stopper corks.
RENO BREWING COMPANY, SIERRA BEER SELF-FRAMED TIN SIGN, RENO, NV., Circa 1900
This is an incredibly beautiful and rare self-framed tin sign from the Reno Nevada Brewing Company, advertising their Sierra Beer, circa 1900. Self-framed brewery signs were a popular promotional piece prior to prohibition.
MAGNUS BECK BREWING CO, BECK’S BOTTLED BEER, BUFFALO, N.Y., Circa 1905
Here is an awesome and colorful brewery tip tray from the Magnus Beck Brewing Company which was in Buffalo, New York, circa 1905. The colors on this tip tray are amazing and the eagle was a very popular emblem for breweries in the early 1900’s.
LOUIS OBERT BREWING COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MO. REVERSE ON GLASS TRANSOM SIGN, Circa 1900
The Louis Obert Brewery produced several earlier reverse on glass advertising signs, many of which were transom signs like the one photographed here. These transom signs were hung outside saloon or tavern entrances all around the St. Louis MO area in the early 1900’s. This one is the only one known to exist at this time unfortunately today.