Fred Moll Whiskey Stoneware Jug, St. Louis, MO 1900

Fred Moll Stoneware Whiskey Jug, St. Louis, MO. Circa 1900

This is an early half-gallon stoneware whiskey jug from Fred Moll in St. Louis, MO. Circa 1900.

Jos. Leopold & Bro. Whiskey Stoneware Jug, Belleville, IL 1905

Jos. Leopold & Bro. Stoneware Whiskey Jug, Belleville, IL 1900

This is an early Joseph Leopold and Brother stoneware advertising whiskey jug from Belleville, Illinois. Circa 1900.

Autocrat Whiskey Serving Tray, Edwin Schiele Distilling Co, St. Louis, MO, 1910

Autocrat Whiskey Tray, Edwin Schiele Distilling Co., St. Louis, MO 1910

This is an Autocrat brand whiskey serving tray from the Edwin Schiele Distilling Company based in St. Louis, MO, 1910.

Autocrat Whiskey Serving Tray, St. Louis, MO 1905

Autocrat Whiskey Tray, Edwin Schiele Distilling Co., St. Louis, MO 1905

This is an Autocrat Whiskey serving tray from Edwin Schiele Distilling Company based in St. Louis, MO 1905.

Ravarino Freschi & Co, Staunton, IL Stoneware Jug 1900

Whiskey Stoneware Jug, Ravarino Freschi & Co., Staunton, IL 1900

This is a rare whiskey stoneware jug made by the Ravarino Freschi Company in Staunton, Illinois, 1900

Griesedieck Bros. "Old Scenter Rye" Sign

“Old Scenter Rye” Whiskey Lithograph, Griesedieck, 1898

This is a very rare H. L. Griesedieck & Company cardboard sign advertising their flagship “Old Scenter Rye” brand of whiskey.

Theo Vogt Salt Glaze Stoneware Whiskey Jug 1880

Theo Vogt Salt Glaze Stoneware Whiskey Jug 1880

This is a massive ten-gallon salt glaze stoneware whiskey jug made for Theodore Vogt, a whiskey wholesaler from East. St. Louis, Illinois circa 1880.

Sussmann Bros & Conrad Meng Whiskey Jugs, Illinois

Sussmann Bros & Conrad Meng Whiskey Jugs, Illinois

Stoneware Whiskey Advertising Jugs, from St Clair County, IL. A half gallon Whiskey Jug from Sussman Brothers from East St. Louis and a one gallon jug from Freeburg, IL. Ca. 1910. Both are very rare.

Louis Gottschalk Grocer Stoneware Jug, Belleville, IL

Louis Gottschalk Grocer Stoneware Jug, Belleville, IL

Stoneware Salt Glaze Advertising Whiskey Jug, Louis Gottschalk Belleville, Illinois. This is the earliest known Salt Glaze Jug from St Clair County ILL. Mr. Gottschalk was out of business in 1907. A one gallon jug!

Edwin Schiele Whiskey Distillery Tin Serving Tray, St. Louis, MO

Edwin Schiele Autocrat Whiskey Distillery Tin Serving Tray, St. Louis, MO

Metal Serving Tray from the Edwin Schiele Distilling company in Saint Louis MO. This tray features their flagship brand, Autocrat Whiskey with a picture of two old men toasting each other. A great visual tray from pre-prohibition times. Ca 1905.