This spectacular self framed tin sign from the Indianapolis Brewing Company was put out to commemorate the breweries award winning success at the St. Louis 1904 Worlds Fair event. This metal sign has an image of a goddess like creature with a building which is possible the fine arts building and certainly shows the…Details
Featured here is a tough to find button sign, essentially a tin over cardboard round sign which was a popular style just after prohibition ended in 1933. Button signs are highly collected today, and were made well into the 1940’s in the United States with the U.S. based breweries. The Fecker Brewery was in Danville, Illinois both prior to prohibition and again after prohibition, ceasing in 1939 after being in business from 1906-1920 and again from 1933 until its demise in 1939. The Fecker Brewery was owned by the Fecker family.