Pictured is a neat advertising glass paperweight from the Southern Cooperage Company which was at 110 Victor Street near downtown Saint Louis, Missouri. This company produced many wooden barrels used in the brewery and whiskey distillery business sectors. Wood barrels were the handiwork of coopers who were skilled artisans in barrel making. Circa 1900.Details
Pictured is an early medicinal General Store Cabinet from Dr. J.H. McLean which was used to sell his quack medicines in the early 1900’s. Dr. McLean sold drugs to help with Kidney, Stomach and Liver Ailments, amongst other medical concerns. A beautiful cherry wood display cabinet. Circa 1900.