A superb c1920 German clear glass 0.4 litre pewter lidded beer stein with a finely hand painted and gilded porcelain dedication insert. This stein stands 6-1/2" tall to the top of the unusual drinker figural thumbpiece, and the glass has a thumbprint design. The pewter lid has a decorated edge with notches to the rear and the glass has a cross topped crown mark on the bottom...
This is a DOBLER BREWING CO ( Albany, NY ) Metal BEER TRAY from the 1910's - 1920's. It was made by American Can Co, NY & Chicago. This tray portrays a beautiful woman and it is signed A. Asti, PON. The tray measures about 13 1/4" X 13 1/4" X 1 3/4" ( 33.8 cm X 33.8 cm X 4.5 cm ).
A gilt metal and screen-printed plastic pub advertising sign for Whitbread Tankard beer c1950s-60s. This 8-5/8" x 3-1/8" bar table or counter advertising sign has white, gold, red and gold screening on a royal blue plastic oval, set in to a metal tripod-style base. Whitbread Tankard is an English beer, first introduced in 1958 or 1959 by the Whitbread brewery. (The Whitbread brewery is no longrer in business)...
Combination shot measure and bottle opener from 1930's - 40's. This is a chrome plated solid brass item made by the famous CHASE Company. This opener is 6" long and the shot measures about 2 7/8" high. It is in very good condition and is signed with the famous Chase archer logo.
Interesting vintage figural bottle opener with its original stand. The bottle opener is in the form of an Electric guitar and the stand is in the form of a comic image of a Mexican wearing a sombrero. The guitar is held in place by the stands magnet. This vintage piece is signed "IDEAL" on both the back of the opener and on the wooden base of the stand.The figural stands body is made of steel with an attached magnet, the head and hat are made of wood and are hand painted...
This colorful vintage ceramic cocker spaniel will keep the libations flowing as a dog head-form cover of a combination bottle pourer and stopper. The head is hand painted sienna brown outlined with black markings, porcelain pourer, cork is near perfect, circa 1940. Measurements- 4 1/8" high. Very good condition with minor flaking on one ear.
This is a whimsical vintage cast man-with-hat form corkscrew with brightly colored blue suit, red tie and black hat and a W. C. Field look, a fun addition to a collection or unique gift. Measures 3 5/8" high. Very good condition.
Heineken Beer advertising wooden shoe, approx. 9-1/2" long by 4" high. Some minor flakes of the design and some wear on the shoe tip.
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Very rare P. Ballantine & Sons., Newark, NJ Tip Tray. Commemorating the City of Newark's 250th Anniversary, 1666-1916. Lithographed seal on the back. This has been used very carefully through its life. Excellent condition. 5 5/8 inches diameter.
This is a German, white glazed Lithopone stein with a pewter lid. It has Lithopone on the inside bottom, and the lid has a viewing hole in the top. It is decorated with an image of a German couple dancing, wearing traditional costumes. It measures 8" tall by 4" in diameter.
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This is a German style stein, made in Japan, circa 1930. It holds one liter of your favorite beverage. The mug is mostly tan with a pub scene on one side and a cottage scene on the other. It measures 5 1/2" tall by 5" in diameter w/o the handle.
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Large HUNTSMAN ALES enamel on metal trade sign. Screenprinted image. Measures: 47" tall and 44" wide. Has some surface scratches, but paint job is crisp and bright. English Origin, Circa 1950-60. Has holes for easy hanging. Any questions or if you would like more pics, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-564-1952. Thanks.