Posted 6 years ago
This is a pre-Prohibition tiny pocket Eggs Brandy from International Liquor Company of Chicago that I got off e-Bay not long ago.
I can find nothing on that company or the names listed at the bottom, whose trade-marks are on this Eggs Brandy bottle. Names: F. Wagner & Ch. Sack of Th?????? (Illinois?). It's too tiny of print to read smudged.
The address, 1433 Wells Street, Chicago, was a boiler place from at least 1917 into Prohibition.
Therefore, it dates prior to 1917.
Austrian eagle with German shield
As is common on newer tooled tops, the seam is more moved than obliterated
Tiny! (Compared to U.S,-penny sized Austrian Heller and regular Whiskeys.)