Leisy Brewing Company, Cleveland, Ohio, pre-prohibition lithographic tin advertising beer tray. Rim border with the company six-sided star trademark interspersed with scrolling gilt designs. Tray features a panoramic image of the company's brewery facility to the center with an American Eagle upper left holding a banner reading "Premium Lager/Strictly Pure" with company six-sided star company trademark center, the upper and lower center of tray reads "Annual Capacity 350,000 Barrels/ The Leisy Brewing Co., Cleveland, US.A./ Brewers of Fine Beers Exclusively/Otto J. Leisy, Mgr.". Made by the Standard Adv. Co. Coshocton, Ohio, marked lower right. 13 5/8" H x 16 1/2" W. Circa 1890's. CONDITION: Shallow dent left side of tray, scattered minor pitting, visible from underside. Overall general paint wear, minor losses to rim, mostly to left side. Light stain left mid-margin. Some scratching to back, errant paint and paper to back. Very slight rust to areas of paint loss.
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