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Burgermeister Beer Leyse Aluminum Sign
Why purchase this Leyse Aluminum Burgermeister Beer Sign?
The Prohibition Era began in 1920 and lasted just thirteen short years. When it came to a close in 1933, breweries began opening across the United States. One produced Burgermeister Beer. Bergermeister was sold to Schlitz in 1961 and to Fallstaff Brewing in 1971. It closed seven years later, but its paraphernalia still make great options for collectors. This is especially true given the time period of its birth. The 1930's were not just important in terms of alcohol laws, but also for other important events, such as the construction of the Hoover Dam and the introduction of the New Deal by President Franklin Roosevelt.
This sign dates back to the 1930's. It was the type of sign that breweries distributed to restaurants and bars, free of charge, to promote their products. This sign was made by the Leyse Aluminum Co. in Kewaunee, WI. Leyse is better known for its cookware products, which are still collectible today, but it did have contracts to make signs for a number of breweries. This one is made from aluminum. This sign measures 10" x 9" and weighs about six ounces. Unlike most signs of this type, which were often heavily used and damaged, this one remains in excellent condition.
Add this Leyse Aluminum Burgermeister Beer Tin Sign to your collection today.
|Dimensions||"10” x 9”"|
|Weight (Approx)||6 oz|