This beautiful Nutwood Whiskey Pre-prohibition era sign was produced by the Tuchfarber Company out of Cincinnati, Ohio for the Max Selliger Distillery. The Max Selliger Distillery was in business 1902-1919 when the start of prohibition ended his business empire like so many other businesses of it’s era.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.