Labeling Machines, Keg Parts, & other Brewery tools Old Ads

Brewery Equipment Discussion

Moderators: Current Officers, Previous Officers

User avatar
hemmings
Rust Master General
Rust Master General
Posts: 586
Joined: Mon May 21, 2007 10:39 am
Rusty Bunch Member Number: 0
BCCA Number: 0
eBay name: rareamerica
Year Started Collecting: 1977
Location: Gainesville, FL
Has thanked: 2 times
Been thanked: 123 times
Status: Offline
United States of America

Labeling Machines, Keg Parts, & other Brewery tools Old Ads

#1

Post by hemmings »

Years ago when all the Becker Brewery paper was coming on the market I picked up a few industry related items: The 1899 Universal Bottle Labeler stuff is my favorite.
1899 Universal Labeling Machine 1.jpg
1899 Universal Labeling Machine l1.jpg
1899 Universal Labeling Machine L2.jpg
1899 Universal Labeling Machine L3.jpg

A smoking deal on bottles
1903 Hill & Bros Bottles letter.jpg
Copper Brass and metal stuff
1900 American Copper Brass letter.jpg
Keg parts pretty good graphics and a ton of information...
1905 Bungs 1.jpg
1905 Bungs letter.jpg
1905 Bungs p2 3.jpg
man I got a lot of paper stuff.... Andy


Looking for either light green Beverwyck Qt cone in good shape

User avatar
hemmings
Rust Master General
Rust Master General
Posts: 586
Joined: Mon May 21, 2007 10:39 am
Rusty Bunch Member Number: 0
BCCA Number: 0
eBay name: rareamerica
Year Started Collecting: 1977
Location: Gainesville, FL
Has thanked: 2 times
Been thanked: 123 times
Status: Offline
United States of America

Re: Labeling Machines, Keg Parts, & other Brewery tools Old Ads

#2

Post by hemmings »

Here are a couple of old event postcards
1911 Kitteredge Label Makers pc from the Canners Convention (note archaic spelling of Canvention) in Milwaukee, WI
Kittredge Label Conv 1911 PC sm.jpg
1907 Crown Cork and Seal Co, Baltimore MD postcard with a factory scene passed out at the Jamestown Exposition- even cancelled there and has the special 1c stamp
Crown Cork Factory PC1 sm.jpg
Crown Cork Factory PC2.jpg
Looking for either light green Beverwyck Qt cone in good shape

Post Reply Previous topicNext topic

Return to “Brewery Equipment”