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This is a beautiful tin corner sign from the Leonard Schlather Brewing Company in Cleveland, OH. This brewery later became the Cleveland & Sandusky Brewery before Prohibition. Circa 1890.
Pictured is a beautiful 1900 era Vitrolite corner beer sign from the Hudepohl Brewery in Cincinnati, Ohio. This sign was reproduced at one time, but the frame is not an original style of corner sign composition
Featured is a beautiful and original porcelain beer sign from the Pacific Brewery and Malting Company which was in Tacoma, WA.
Pictured is a beautiful porcelain corner sign from the Buffalo, New York Iroquois Brewery, circa 1900. This sign features a prominent Indian head logo on it. Circa 1900.
Featured is a nice pre-prohibition era oval sign from the F. W. Cooks Brewery in Evansville, Indiana.
Pictured is a stunning colorful serving tray from the Stroh’s Brewery in Detroit, Michigan. This tray advertises their lager beer. Circa 1910.
Here’s a beautiful glass vitrolite corner sign from the Glencoe, Minnesota Brewing Co. for their Uncle Sam Beer. The image features a beautiful image of Uncle Sam holding a bottle of beer.
This is an incredibly colorful and bold tin corner sign from the York, Pennsylvania Brewing Company with the proprietor’s name on it, Karl Katz. This sign is circa 1900.