Daeufers Peerless Beer Tray, Daeufer-Lieberman Brewery c. 1930's
Description: The Lieberman Brewing Company was established in 1848. It then merged with another brewery company owned by Jacob Daeufer in 1915 when it was formed into Daeufer-Lieberman Brewing Company, one of Allentown, Pennsylvania’s first larger brewery. This early, oval lithograph beer tray is an exceptional collectible and not easy to find. Although it has gracefully aged and exhibits some wear few scratches on the green blue-green back, most of the graphics are still readable and colorful. A fantastic Breweriana collectible that is not a common find.
Dimensions: 15 1/8” L x 12 3/8” W x 1 1/8” H
Product Weight: 1 pounds 1 ounce
Primary Colors: Yellow, Red, Black, (blue-green on back)
Primary Material: Tin-Metal
Origin: Allentown, Pennsylvania
Markings: Brewed and Bottled by Daeufer Lieberman Brewery-Allentown Penna.
Condition: Previously owned - used. Graphics still colorful although does exhibit moderate surface rust and scratches (as shown).
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