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Be the first to received the new revised copy which for the first time includes 40 extra pages of the rarest historical documentation!
A signed copy of the book along with an interview CD. The book is 228 revised! pages with introduction by August U. Pabst. Includes unused Pabst beer label as well. Free Shipping! Is signed and numbered with dust jacket.
A signed copy of the book along with a 80 minute 8 track interview CD. The book is 228 pages revised with introduction by August U. Pabst. Be the first to receive the revised edition with 40 extra pages of rare historical documentation! 1 original 1960's Pabst Stock Certificate. 1 Authentic Pabst Job Application. Price includes shipping. Includes two 1970 vintage Pabst beer coasters and a vintage unused Pabst beer label. 2nd edition revised. This item is now limited to the next 50 orders as the stock certificate supply will be gone forever when they sell out! This package no longer includes a cream city brick.
The Olympia Brewing Company(not pictured but included) (2019),The Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company (2016), Miller, Inside The High Life (2015), Pabst An Excavation of Art (2012) & Schlitz Brewing Art (2013) at a discount! They each come with an authentic label and are hand signed and numbered. Schlitz book signed by Peter T. Uihlein as well. Free Shipping.
Comes with Milwaukee Hamburger war and Milwaukee Tool promo book, as well as authentic Job Application from Pabst and a Schlitz Brewery recording disc from the brewhouse circa 1970.
3' Glass Pabst Bottle (Pickup Only)
Giant relic from the 1950s I'm guessing, see the high life bottle next to it. All glass and heavy pickup only
Capt. Pabst SignedPhillip Best Stock Certificate 1873
Signed Stock Certificate as pictured by Captain Frederick Pabst in 1873, Very much an oldy, Captaincies Pabst was probably just getting to a level in the brewery to sign these..
17 card pre 1920 post card set (classic remakes: Milwaukee)
SOLD! Vintage Schlitz cufflinks & tie clip
Molded Copper From Schlitz Brew Kettle (1976) - Belt Buckle Available
Antique Circus Wagon Doors & 8 antique Magic & Circus Framed poster Lithographs 1800s-early 1900s
Pickup in Waukesha, WI, can negotiate Freight shipping or drop off at local UPS. Not responsible for damage in shipping.
See video here: https://youtu.be/DFYLw_8E4EY
8 antique Magic & Circus poster Barnum and Bailey, Carter The Great,Kar-Mi 1899-1938
See on utube keyword “antique circus wagon doors 8 lithograph magic” and you can watch a 4 minute video of everything.
STERLING BEER TIN shows some damage and wear. See photo. 1938 chromolithograph piece. Very rare.
The wonderful albino family 1860s lithograph by currier & Ives framed around 15”x20” Barnum & Bailey
8 posters. All are guaranteed old and authentic. Pickup in Waukesha, Wi. Can drop off at UPS for shipping also, could also help set up freight. But I will not quote shipping for you. You have the dimensions so have at it:)
Kar-Mi (1916) without frame measures 80x40”, w frame 85x45. has cardboard backing and show some tears holes and staining.
Philion: (1899) measures 31x44 without frame and 57x45 w frame. Small tear on border. 1”. Linen backed
Snyder Bros: (1906) 39x52 - many tears and issues. But displays well w the patina of age.
Barnum & bailey terrific decent (1909) 39x50 overall very clean but has wear w age.
Carter the Great worlds wonderful wizard (1920s) 14x22 - no frame but has Matt.
Carter beats the devil (1920s) 14x22. No frame it has mat.
2-Antique Circus Wagon doors measure 19 3/4 x 71 1/4 each. Each weigh around 40lbs. These were purchased from an antique dealer who acquired them in Wisconsin, not far from Baraboo, the epicenter for circus origins, it is not known what specific circus outfit used these and there are no specific markings. The patina is amazing and the bars are solid iron, possibly for an animals? Slide bars can lock from either side.
No returns. Ask qs first. All have flaws and are very old.
1880s Collection Of 15 framed Antique Farming Lithographs & Trade Cards
See video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/yOcK83njtTc
This is collection can be shipped for around $1000 in freight charges. I will make a crate and put all on a pallet, I am not responsible for damages in shipping. Otherwise pickup in Waukesha, WI.
1880s Collection Of 14 Antique Farming Lithographs & 9 Trade Cards. Pickup preferred in Waukesha, WI. I can also drop these off at UPS if you would like to arrange shipping through them. I will not be responsible for any shipping damages. Questions are welcome, selling a beautiful collection with many extremely rare pieces. maybe a few trickle into the early 1900s, but for the most part these are 1880-1890.
These are all guaranteed authentic and antique as described.
The McCormick framed lithograph print
Description: wood frame, 30 3/4" x 21", printed by The J. Ottmann Lith. Co. Puck Bldg. N.Y., mfg. by McCormick Division Intenational Harvester Company of America, scene of binder w/2-horse team on top of the world; Good overall color w/some staining and creases. Year: I am not certain, 1890s-1930 is my guess. Any help here appreciated
Walter A. Wood New Hay Rake framed lithograph print
Description: older wood frame, 22”x34”(print 15x24), printed by The Hatch Lith. Co. New York, , depicts 1-horse or 2-horse options for rake, "For Sale by Mark M. Hadley Hillsborough Bridge, N.H.; Has light fading, staining, tears, and loss to paper at bottom. Very Old: does not have a year, is frail, likely 1880s in my opinion.
The New St. Paul framed lithograph print
Description: period wood frame, 19" x 23" (print 14x18.5), printed by Shober & Carqueville Litho. Co. Chicago, depicts company meeting introducing St. Paul binder; Overall good color w/folds, few creases, and few tears. Is framed in glass so both sides can show as trade cards are on the back as well as other cool info about the St. Paul, also the “1885” machine is mentioned numerous times on the back of the litho, I believe dating this to 1886. Shows Uncle Sam introducing the new model to the crowd.
In 1876 Kurtz left the firm that issued "The International Exposition 1876 at Philadelphia, PA. U.S.A. View from George's Hill" (1876) and Shober & Carqueville was established. The partners printed sheet music, posters, maps, and trade cards. Shober left the company in the early 1880s, possibly after a fire at the firm according to Groce & Wallace. He later became president of the Chicago Bank Note Company.
Johnston Harvester framed lithograph print (26”x31” frame, 18x23 print)
Description: newer wood frame,", "Welcome G.A.R.", featuring factory photo, listing of branch offices, and "Bonnie" binder; Overall good color w/few small creases. The GAR (Grand army of the republic was at its peak in the late 1880s, early 1890s, thats likely where this dates)
1888 Virginia Exposition Walter A. Wood framed award banner lithograph print
Description: metal top edge w/hanger loop, Framed-23”x45” (print 12x29), Press of Geo. Harris & Sons Philada, Pa., "First Prize Gold Medal Over All Competitors" for new Single-Apron Binder; Good overall color w/few creases and some staining
FEBRUARY 1913 JEROME B RICE SEED COMPANY FRAMED ADVERTISMENT.
Early heavy paper litho with metal band and hanger present along top. Band is separating from paper with a 6" to 8" tear along top, non distracting to the bright, colorful image of girl in rose garden. Marked "Among the Hollyhocks" in bottom left corner, marked in bottom right "G. B. Company, Joliet, Illinois". The calendar pad is marked February 1913. There is edge wear consistent with age, all issues non-distracting to the image.
Item Dimensions: Frame: 27 - 3/4" x 15 - 3/4".
CLARK'S SPOOL COTTON FRAMED ADVERTISMENT.
Professionally framed and matted heavy paper lithograph advertising Clark's O.N.T Spool Cotton with two rivet holes on top and metal band in place. There is overall fading to color, some scuff marks and scratches, consistent with age and some water staining along the bottom edge. The image still presents nicely.
chromolithograph on paper,
Circa: Fourth quarter 19th century.
Item Dimensions: Frame: 30" x 22".
Parlins Nero Spring Cultivator Black & White Lithograph
Description: Print size without frame: 28in. X 22in. printer's proof, shows man walking behind horse-drawn cultivator, printer name not visible, MFG by Parlin & Orendorff Co. Canton Ill. has approx. 8in. by 4in. tear/missing to bottom left corner, shows stains with some folds and creases
Buckeye 1882 Calendar
Description: Print size without frame: 22.25in. X 28in. Printer's proof with hand signature with stripe marks for printing, MFG by Aultman Miller & Company, Akron, Ohio, shows general wear with some staining, sepia toned colors.
Machines Mac-Cormick R. Wallut & Cie. lithograph
Description: Print size without frame: 23" X 31" Bright Colors. Top and bottom are edged with metal, overall poster is in good condition.
B.B. Snavely matted lithograph
Description: Print size without frame: 25" X 19" overall mounted on acid free board. "Willow Bank Roller Mills" features man plowing with two horses with wheat shocks and farm in background. Has some cracks in the surface but in generally good condition. Says 1890 on hand written note on back.
Continental Steel Frame Binder lithograph
Description: Print size without frame: 19" X 24.25" on acid free board. "Johnston Harvester, Batavia, N.Y." Printed by Gies & Co. Buffalo, N.Y. Has approximately 5.5" tear on upper right side otherwise in fairly good condition with some light stains and slight roughness on edges.
The Richardson Manufacturing Co. Worcester, Mass. lithograph
Description: Print size without frame: 24.75" X 20.5" on corrugated cardboard. "The Worcester Buckey Mower" features a man and two horses with mower in background. Copyright, 1891, by Donaldson Bros. N. Y. Has damage on all edges with some tears into the picture and some stains.
E. D. Clapp Wagon Co. Limited lithograph
Description: Print size without frame:: 21" X 30" black and white print depicting gentlemen in top hats or bowler hats seated in "The Auburn" wagon. Edges have been trimmed, there are light stains and a few tears
Trade cards are all circa 1880s:
John Deere - New Walking Cultivator
Buckeye Centennial 1788-1888
Buckeye Factory Scene
McCormick Harvesting Machine- 1886
Empire Binders, Reaper and Mowers - pictures all the competing brands of the day in a race, Says July 1887
Light Running Plano -1884
Windmill Fold out -Point? And Walling I believe it says
Miller Taste's Great - Less Filling Billboard from 1980s 9'x20'
Possibly the only surviving example of a Miller 1980s billboard that luckily was never put up. measuring 9'x20' roughly it ships for free.
The Budweiser Clydesdales 1980s unused billboard 9'x20' vintage old new stock
Free shipping, this is likely a sole survivor of the 1980s Budweiser billboards... measures 9'x20' guaranteed authentic and old
Hamm's People's Choice Billboard sign 9'x20' 1980s new old stock vintage beer
Very cool vintage billboard, it should have never been saved 40 years ago, but here it is..