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
This beautiful colonial military scene features Lady Liberty holding a red piece of cloth over a bottle of James E. Pepper’s whiskey or bourbon brand. This tin sign is incredibly colorful, and is very hard to find. The Jas. E. Pepper Distillery was based in Louisville, KY before prohibition. The company put out a lot of early patriotic themed advertising.