Diamond Club Rye Whiskey Porcelain Jug’s. George Meredith Co., East Liverpool, OH. Circa 1890
Featured are a set of early Diamond Club Rye Whiskey porcelain KT&K style jugs from East Liverpool, Ohio. George Meredith was the brainchild behind this style of rye jugs, however, several other whiskey distillers would also use these OH produced jugs also in the late 1800’s.
DANIEL ABERLE & SONS, GOLDEN LINK WHISKEY ADVERTISING CHARGER TIN TRAY, ST. PAUL, MN. Circa 1905
The Daniel Aberle and Sons whiskey distilling company produced this beautiful tin charger tray sign around 1905 for their Golden Link Whiskey brand. The Daniel Aberle & Sons Whiskey Distilling Company was based in Minneapolis, MN before Prohibition.
Red Raven Splits, “Ask The Man”, Metal Tip Tray. 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair.
This particular version of the popular Red Raven Splits hangover remedy featured a red raven bird nursing another who is dressed in a bandaged image. The tray was a giveaway during the immensely popular 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair event.