1940’s original art work from The Weiller Co. of Philadelphia. A 16 1/2 x 24 inch mock up for Stegmaier approval. Again, one that I don’t believe was ever executed. One wonders how many and to what expense was put into breweriana advertising.
1940’s original file proof that appears to be for a Christmas display of some sort. This is another multi-page progressive overlay proof like the one seen on the link in my history page. This pictures the front finished sheet. I am guessing, from the size, that this was designed for a bottle display. I have not seen this actual display, but one would think it was distributed as they went to this stage of production. Again, from the Weiller Co.
A very rare outdoor neon from the 30’s. The transformer is inside the metal case of this completely original neon. Designed to stand or hang. Neon is sky blue in color. Not many of these type signs survived in their original state from any brewery. One of the favorites in my collection. It measures 24 x 14 inches.