As s collector of “old beer stuff” for many years, I’ve accumulated various and assorted beer related items. I buy, trade and sell items from a large variety of breweries. My personal favorite is Stegmaier Brewing Company of Wilkes-Barre, Pa. who distributed a wealth of advertising spanning nearly 100 years.
I’m always looking for items that are different or unique from Steg. I’m a member of ECBA. If you have any special interests or just want to stop by for a beer chat, drop me a note. Thanks for visiting and happy hunting.
Come back and visit now and then. I’m always updating the Steg photo gallery and my “for sale or trade” pages.
In addition to my beer collecting, I collect old Pennsylvania fishing licenses and Phillies baseball cards. Also, I enjoy bowling, and am an avid fisherman. If I don’t respond right away to your mail it’s probably cause the “GONE FISHING” sign is posted.
Most Recent Collection Posts
St George Lager figural dragon; 12 1/4 inch, 1-sided, composition or plastic. Used. Some points of missing paint on the points of the wings and near the metal base. This has a sparkly finish and you see lots of light reflection specks in the photo. Cool, scarce tap.
Lot of 2 American Beer; 3 1/2 inch, 2-sided. Both are the same on both sides. Both look like 60's vintage and have light overall toning.
Lot of 5 different Piels big mouth; 3 3/4 inch scalloped. 2-sided. Like new. These are thin cardboard advertising the Piels real draft big mouth containers. Question on the front and answer on the back. Very colorful and not very common.
Calendar Top - 1889 Hood's Sarsaparilla Calendar top. Calendar pad is missing from the bottom edge. Front is in nice shape. Backside has Astronomical Events and sarsaparilla info and has some staining. Measures 5 1/5 x 8 inches. Find a damaged one with a pad and...
Cold Duke to go; 13 1/2 x 10 1/2 inch cardboard sign. About 1970 vintage. This was made without an easel stand. Nice shape with some very minor discoloring around the edges.
Outrage Ale; 10 inch, 4-sided, paint on natural wood. This tap looks like someone made it in their workshop, but these are manufactured taps. Unused. Neat and different. Has metal threads in the bottom.
Lot of 4 different Style E openers. Includes 1 Schmidts, 2 Goetz Country Club, 1 Pearl. Great lot. 3 appear unused, grade 9+. The Older, flat handled Goetz has been wire-brushed and painted. Want any details, just ask.
Horlacher Export bottle; 7 1/4 x 9 inch, cardboard point-of-sale bottle display sign. About 1970 vintage. Great shape. Flash grare in the top left corner.
Tobacco Invoice - Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company 1931 Invoice No. 65661. Light even toning. Was folded twice. Fold mark is not prominant. Shipped flat in a sheet protector.
Bass Ale foxhunt tap; 9 inch, 2-sided, ceramic. This is the smaller version. Unused. Any white spots in the photo are flash reflection.
Colt 45 Malt Liquor; 11 x 14 inch, cardboard sign with an easel stand on the back. Sign is copyright 1980. Sign has soft corner points and a small bend in the lower right corner. Nice eye-appeal.
Anheuser-Busch Factory beer tray. 10 1/2 x 12 3/4 inch oval. Nice quality, A-B tray dated 1974. Super shape. Has remains of 2-sided tape on the backside.
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