Cedarhurst Whiskey Self Framed Tin Sign, Thomas Ward & Co. New York, NY. Circa 1900

Cedarhurst Whiskey Self-Framed Tin Sign, Thos. Ward & Co, NYC. Circa 1900

Featured is an early 1900 era self-framed tin sign from the Thomas Ward Company for their Cedarhurst Whiskey Brand. The caption says “Bear in Mind” and has a large brown bear prominently shown on the sign.

Meredith's Diamond Club Whiskey Rye Jugs

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, Minneapolis, MN, Charger Tray Sign

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.

John Limegrover Jr., Allegheny, PA. Pure Rye Whiskey Jug, Circa 1895

JOHN LIMEGROVER, Jr. PURE RYE WHISKEY JUG, ALLEGHENY, PA. KT&K CHINA. Circa 1895

The K T & K China company in East Liverpool, Ohio produced this quart whiskey jug for John Limegrover, Jr. in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. Circa 1895.

Gloversville, NY Albert Hertz Wines and Liquor Cardboard Poster, Circa 1905

ALBERT HERTZ, WINES & LIQUORS, GLOVERSVILLE, N.Y. LITHO PRINT, Circa 1905

This is a beautiful lithographic print from the Albert Hertz whom was based in Gloversville, New York, Circa 1905. Mr. Hertz was a dealer in both wines and whiskies before prohibition.

El-Bart-Gin Lithographic Sign, Circa 1905

EL-BART DRY GIN LITHOGRAPHIC PRINT FRAMED SIGN, Circa 1905

A beautiful El-Bart Dry Gin Lithographic Framed Print with the original framing and company designation. Circa 1905.

Cornhill Whiskey Tray, Rochester NY, Circa 1910

CORNWALL WHISKEY SERVING TRAY, ROCHESTER, N.Y. Circa 1910

Cornhill Whiskey Tray, The Wolcott Whiskey Co. Rochester NY, Circa 1910

Red Raven Splits 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair Tip Tray

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.

Duffield Whiskey Gesso Framed Lithographic Print. Ca. 1900

Duffield Whiskey Gesso Framed Lithographic Print, “A Delightful After Effect”. Circa 1900

Featured here is an early 1900 era advertising lithographic print advertising the Duffield Brand of Whiskey, with an interesting slogan letting you know you will have a delightful after effect!

Clarke's Pure Rye Whiskey Tip Tray, Peoria, IL

Clarke’s Pure Rye Whiskey Tip Tray, Peoria, IL. Circa 1910

This is a stunning Clarke’s Pure Rye Whiskey Tip Tray, Bottled in Bond, from the Clarke’s Whiskey Company in Peoria, IL. Many of the Clarke’s whiskey advertising items featured the slogan “Bottled By The Government”.