Pictured is a colorful self-framed tin sign from the James A. Miller Whiskey Distillery, based in Paris, KY. This sign was from the pre-prohibition era, circa 1900. The Chicken Cock brand has been resurrected in the last few years, and continues to build upon the legacy of James Miller’s well selling brand from around 1900.Details
Featured is a beautiful rolled or curled edge sign from the Paul Jones Whiskey Distillery company which was in Louisville, Kentucky, prior to Prohibition in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. This tray features a image which was a popular mythological story of the era. Today, the sign would not be considered acceptable in modern society, but today black Americana signs are collectible for many as examples of the progress in thinking which has occurred fortunately. The sign has a small chain link attached to it designed for hanging purposes.