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Cresson Springs (reverse arched) / High Grade / Whiskey (all old English, with a monogram EA above the first line)

ID#: RRP1707
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Usual white-etched label
Dimensions:2-3/16 " x 1-15/16 " x 1-9/16"
Edmonson:OASG, p. 88, entry #5
State:IL
City:Chicago
Brand Registered:see notes
Notes:
E Ammon & Co. listed from 1850-1917.

The label on the glass reads "Cresson Springs", but Synder suggests Ammon registered the brand Gresson Springs instead.

Ernst Ammon lists as E Ammon & Co. from at least 1870, then just as E Ammon from 1880 until 1917. The business was located at 233 Randolph (1870-1871), 137-139 Michigan (1873-1908), 112 W Michigan St (1909-1913) and finally 112 W Austin (1915-1917).

Brand names used by this company include: "Gresson Springs."

Company name timeline:
E Ammon & Co. (1870-1879), E Ammon (1880-1917)

Address timeline:
233 Randolph (1870-1871), 137-139 Michigan (1873-1908), 112 W Michigan St (1909-1913), 112 W Austin (1915-1917)

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