Posted 1 year ago
1930s sign by Burdick Company in Chicago made for Menominee-Marinette Brewing Company. Theses early repeal signs would had been mounted near the doorways of taverns in tradition with the corner signs of the pre-prohibition days. This particular piece is one of only two known, and has been professionally restored. The other example, at least of last year, remains unrestored and shows considerable damage.