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
Pictured is a beautiful red stoneware handled whiskey jug from Conrad Meng’s Saloon in Freeburg, Illinois. Circa 1900. Conrad Meng owned a saloon or tavern but also owned a General Merchandise Grocery store in Freeburg, Illinois around 1895-1915. This particular jug is a souvenir with a paper label thanking the recipient as a Christmas Greeting and a Happy New Year. The other side has a paper label also.