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
Piels Fine Beer tray. 13 inch round. 30's vintage. Nice example, but not as clean as photo depicts. These old black trays are really hard to find completely clean. There is some light scuffing in the black background not seen in the photo. You should be pleased if not...
Old German Beer 1911 Ford T-Touring; 14 x 12 inch, embossed, 3-demensional, heavier weight plastic sign with hanger on the backside. Great shape.
Kuebler's Beer & Ale woodgrain beer tray. 12 inch round. 1930's vintage. Some minor outer rim wear and a few vwry minor marks on the front surface. Backside has spidering, but no rust. Very nice example.
Carlsberg - The Glorious Beer of Copenhagen; 9 1/4 x 5 inch, cardboard, stand-up sign with an easel stand on the back. The black portion of the sign is a felt material. Neat little sign that is older vintage and in very nice overall condition.
Prior Liquid Luxury beer tray. 12 inch round. Late 40's or early 50's vintage. Really nice example. If you look at the photo, you can see a small lighter colored oval mark between the word "Liquid" and the unicorn. That mark is on the tray, but only noticable at some...
Heineken Beer; 18 x 9 1/2 inch, hanging sign. Heavy clear plastic with sturdy gold hanging chain. Some minor scuff marks. Nice and not a bunch around. Newer vintage, but not current.
Esslinger Philadelphia's Premium Beer tray. 13 inch round. Late 50's vintage. Real nice condition. Just a few very minor marks on the front. Backside has some scattered small rust pits.
Schmidts Cold Beer; 5 1/2 x 9 1/2 inch, embossed heavy plastic sign with 2-sided tape on the back. Appears to be 1972 vintage. Great shape.
Erlanger Classic 1893 beer tray. 13 1/4 x 10 3/4 inch. I "think" this is from the late 70's. Heavy metal tray in really nice shape, both front and back.
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.
Utica Club Pilsener beer tray. 11 inch round metal. This is one of the more recent versions of the early pre-pro scene. Not sure exactly when it was issued. Super condition. Has remains of some 2-sided tape on the backside.
Duke Beer two-way cap; 10 1/2 x 13 1/4 inch die cut cardboard point-of-sale sign with an easel stand on the back. About 1970 vintage. Great shape.
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