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    Posted 10 years ago

    rachelomaha
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    I found this sign nailed to the wall in the basement of an old house we bought. Any ideas how old it might be? History? I tried to email Old Milwaukee but they said they don't keep any history regarding old advertising material. It is made of a heavy tin. There is nothing written on the back of it. The beer bottle and old guy are raised slightly off the surface. Thanks.

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    1. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 9 years ago
      Great early tin litho sign! Looks to be in excellent condition. I wouldn't be surprised to see this sign sell for $500.00 or more.
    2. oldbeer oldbeer, 9 years ago
      It was made in the mid 1930's when they still used "brew" in advertising.This was originally a prohibition brand that didn't have alcohol.
    3. RADandRARE, 9 years ago
      Rachel,
      If you are from Omaha, I'm just down the road. I'd give you good money for that sign.
      Dustin-

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