Golden Orangeade Tin Sign, Rochester, N.Y.

Drink Golden Orangeade Drink, Tin Sign. J. Hungersford Smith Co., Jersey City, N. J.

Dr Pepper Tin Sign, Schonk Sign Co. Circa 1895

DR. PEPPER SOFT DRINK KING OF BEVERAGES TIN SIGN. “FREE FROM CAFFEINE”. Circa 1895

Featured is a tin sign from the Dr. Pepper Soda Company with a gorgeous woman on it. The sign says Dr. Pepper will give you “Vim, Vigor, Vitality” and the drink is “Free From Caffeine”.

7Up Oval Self Framed Tin Sign. Circa 1950

7UP SODA SELF-FRAMED TIN SIGN. Circa 1950

Featured is a very colorful oval tin sign from the Seven Up brand of soda. This sign is a self-framed sign and incorporates the slogan “You Like It, It Likes You”

Buckeye 5 Cents Root Beer Serving Tray

BUCKEYE 5 CENT ROOT BEER SERVING TRAY

Pictured is a 1900 era Buckeye 5 Cent Root Beer Serving Tray

Hire's Root Beer Self-Framed Oval Bead Sign. Circa 1900

Hires Root Beer, Charles Hires Company, Philadelphia, PA. Self-Framed Tin Sign. Circa 1900

Pictured is a gorgeous oval self framed metal sign featuring the once famous Hires Root Beer “Boy”. The Charles Hires Co. utilized this character on many of their early advertising items in the late 1800’s and into the 1930’s.

Taka Kola TOC Sign, "Take No Other", Circa 1900

TAKA-KOLA SODA TIN OVER CARDBOARD SIGN, “TAKE NO OTHER”, Circa 1900

Here is a beautiful Tin over Cardboard soda sign from the Taka-Kola brand, a very popular brand around 1900. The sign says “At Founts, 5 cents, In Bottles”. The woman in the center was a common image in many different Taka-Cola advertising pieces in the early 1900’s.

Squirt Soda Self Framed Tin Sign, Circa 1940's.

DRINK SQUIRT SODA, SELF-FRAMED TIN SIGN, “CALL ME SQUIRT”, Circa 1940’s

Featured here is a very colorful Squirt brand soda self-framed tin sign with the iconic squirt young boy character, which was used in many of their advertising pieces.

Taka-Kola Every Hour Tip Tray

TAKA-KOLA “TAKE NO OTHER” SODA SERVING TRAY, Circa 1910

The Taka-Kola brand was a very well known early 1900’s soda brand which produced many types of advertising, including this beautiful tip tray. Circa 1910.

Taka Kola Soda Syrup Dispenser, Circa 1915

TAKA-KOLA SODA SYRUP CERAMIC DISPENSER. Circa 1915

Pictured is a very colorful ceramic syrup dispenser from the Taka-Kola brand, circa 1915. In the early 1900’s many soda companies produced Kola brands which were designed to compete against the more famous Cola, i.e. Coca-Cola.

White Rock Water Lithographic Rolled Edge Sign, Circa 1910

WHITE ROCK LITHIA SPRINGS WATER ROLLED EDGE SIGN, Circa 1910

A beautiful rolled edge sign advertising the White Rock Table Water Drink, circa 1910. The White Rock Springs Company was based in Whitestone, New York.