Featured is a beautiful sailboat scene on a metal serving tray for the J. H. Cutter Whisky brand, made by the C. P. Moorman & Company in Louisville, Kentucky. As was somewhat common around 1900, the spelling of whiskey is actually spelled as whisky on the tray, with a missing “e”. The tray is a…Details
Featured here is an early 1900 era advertising lithographic print advertising the Duffield Brand of Whiskey, with an interesting slogan letting you know you will have a delightful after effect! I am not sure this type of advertising would be allowed in today’s modern society. I am not sure where the Duffield Brand was from, but I believe it may be an English Whiskey from the U.K. The print is framed in a beautiful gold gesso style frame, common in the early 1900 time period.