Advertising Trade Sign, Yale Brewing Company, Lager Beer

Fairhaven District, New Haven, Connecticut

Advertising Trade Sign, Yale Brewing Company, Lager Beer, Image 1

: A fine and rare example of pre-prohibition advertising showing a great aerial view of the factory and the turn-of-century Fairhaven District of New Haven. The factory scene is complete with trolley car, and a company owned freight train; weathervane and American flag positioned against a beautiful sky. The Yale brewing company established in 1872 by the partners of Schleippman & Spitter was one of thirteen brewers in the New Haven area. The company closed in 1920.

Date: Circa 1900-1920

Measurement: 37" x 28"

Material: Reverse painting and etching on glass, outstanding use of silver and gold foil. Walnut frame.

Condition: Excellent original condition, extremely minor scattered small areas of lifting/loss.


SKU: 2222-53

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