Here’s a really neat looking early lithographic sign from the Brown-Forman Distillery which was based in Louisville, Kentucky prior to prohibition. The image shows a bartender providing a pour of whiskey to a patron standing near the long wood bar.Details
C.H. Wittenberg Distilling Co, Tin Serving Tray, St. Louis, MO
Circa 1910 Metal Serving Tray from a local Whiskey manufacturing company in Saint Louis Missouri. C. H. Wittenberg and the Edwin Schiele company were the largest whiskey companies at the time, competing with Jack Daniels for a short time in St. Louis after Jack Daniels moved to St Louis when the state of Kentucky outlawed the production of alcohol production. Listed in business from 1884-1918 at which time prohibition ended their operations never to return like many other liquor manufacturers.