Featured is a rather interesting tin sign from the Old Crow Sour Mash Whiskey Brand, made by the W.A. Gaines Company. The W. A. Gaines Company started in 1868 in downtown Frankfort, Kentucky and remained in business until the start of prohibition. The use of rats crawling over the sour mash whiskey bottle baffles me,…Details
Featured is a great old tin sign entitled King Bourbon, or “Two Kings”, which was a reference to the lion being the King of the Jungle, and the Bourbon itself. This sign was put out by the Morrin-Powers Company which was a whiskey distributor in Kansas City, MO prior to Prohibition. This same image was also put out the the ABC Beer brand brewed by The American Brewing Company in St. Louis, MO.