Here’s an early lithographic print from the Old Forester Brand of Whisky, stating “Guarding A Good Thing in Arizona”. This print is circa 1910, and from the pre-prohibition era. The Brown and Forman Company was a Louisville, KY based whiskey distiller.Details
This is a very rare curled or rolled edge sign from the Ahrens Bullwinkel Liquor Merchants in San Francisco, CA. This sign is circa 1905 and features a large Stag deer on the front side. Curled edge signs were typically produced from the Meek and Beach Company in Coshocton, OH. Rolled edge signs were not as popular as trays or other less straight edge signs as they were more expensive to produce. Hence, today they are less commonly found by collectors.