Pictured is a colorful self-framed tin sign from the James A. Miller Whiskey Distillery, based in Paris, KY. This sign was from the pre-prohibition era, circa 1900. The Chicken Cock brand has been resurrected in the last few years, and continues to build upon the legacy of James Miller’s well selling brand from around 1900.Details
The Henry Campe and Company Americus Club Pure Whiskey was a popular seller before prohibition in the San Francisco, CA area. The company was located at 221-223-225 Front Street at the time this tray was made, however, before that, they were originally located at 53-61 Drumm Street in the early 1900’s before outgrowing the Drumm Street location. This tray proudly proclaims on the label that the Americus Club brand was started in 1889.