Riesmeyer Distilling Co, Pottery Whiskey Jugs, St. Louis, MO

G. Riesmeyer Distilling Co, Pottery Whiskey Jugs, St. Louis, MO

The Gustavus Riesmeyer Distilling company was in business from 1884-1918 in St. Louis, MO at 1322 -1324 Franklin Avenue, now called Martin Luther King Drive. The business apparently went out of business with prohibition never to return like so many once it ended. Ca. 1900 Jugs.

Geo Buente Stoneware Whiskey Jug, St. Louis, MO

Geo Buente Stoneware Whiskey Jug, St. Louis, MO

One Gallon Stoneware advertising whiskey jug. George Buente Shipping Company in Saint Louis, Missouri. Great stenciling on the border which is an unusual style compared to most stoneware ad jugs. Ca. 1900.

Widmer & Kloker Liquor Dealers Metal Serving Tray

Widmer & Kloker Liquor Dealers Metal Serving Tray

Metal Serving Tray from a local Liquor Distributor in Saint Louis MO called Widmer and Kloker in business from 1897-1903 only at 2209 Franklin Avenue.

C.H. Wittenberg Distilling Co, Tin Serving Tray

C.H. Wittenberg Distilling Co, Tin Serving Tray, St. Louis, MO

Metal Serving Tray from a local Whiskey manufacturing company in Saint Louis Missouri. C. H. Wittenberg and the Edwin Schiele company were the largest whiskey companies at the time, competing with Jack Daniels for a short time in St. Louis. Ca 1900.

John Bardenheier Wine & Liquor Co. Self-Framed Sign

John Bardenheier Wine & Liquor Co. Self-Framed Sign

John Bardenheier Wine & Liquor Co. from St. Louis, MO. Features a self-framed tin sign advertising Progress Rye Brand with Grandma and Grandpa. The Bardeneier brand was well known and had a broad distribution of both their whiskey and wine products for many years.