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GRANDPA'S (arched) / RYE (reverse arched into circle). "Rye" is bordered by a flower design. At center is a picture of an elderly man's head and shoulders.

         ID#: DKW183

A close-up of Grandpa
Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Label under glass, in base, gold rim
Dimensions:2-5/16" x 1-7/8" x 1-1/2"
Edmonson:OASG, p. 86, entry #4
Brand Registration:1905
The Mountain Distilling Co. listed from 1889-1918.

The 64th annual report of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce lists Daniel Hessberg as being associated with this company in 1912.

Brand names used by this company include: "Gold Drip", "Golden Bell", "Grain Belt", "Grandpa's", "Grandpa's Rye", "Hy - Lo - Rye", "Imp. Export", "Imp. Monogram", "Kentucky Lily", "Liberty Belle", "Millstone", "Mountain Dew", "Old Ky. Mountain", "Old Ripple", and "Yukon."

Company name timeline:
The Mountain Distilling Co.

Address timeline:
14 E Pearl (1889-1893), 21 W 3 rd (1894-1895), 223 E 3 rd (1896-1903), 131 W 3 rd (1904-1918)

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