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CYRUS NOBLE (tsp between two tsp lines on a frosted ribbon) / (picture of a crown over a frosted shield. In center within a tsp shield outline is a tsp monogram WJV&Co) / W.J.VAN SCHUYVER&CO. (reverse arched)

ID#: KWS420
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Usual white-etched label
Dimensions:Measurements omitted
Edmonson:Not listed
Brand Registered:1878, 1881, 1896, 1906
Wm J Van Schuyver Co. listed from 1877-1915.

The Walnut Hill brand was owned by C. H. Graves, Co., Boston, MA. The distributer in the North West and owner of the monogram was W.J. Van Schuyver who also distributed Cyrus Noble.

Van Schuyver became sole owner of the company (previously Millard & Van Schuyver) in 1877 and continued until Prohibition.

Wm J Van Schuyver, President & Wm O Van Schuyver, Secretary (1901, 1903). George A Craw is listed along with the other two in 1904 and 1905, as Vice-President. By 1906, the company is back to Wm J Van Schuyver, President & Treasurer, with Wm O Van Schuyver, Secretary

Brand names used by this company include: "Cyrus Noble."

Company name timeline:
Wm J Van Schuyver Co. (Inc: 1901-1915)

Address timeline:
63 Front (1880-1887), 105-107 2 nd (1889-1911), 328 Glisan (1912-1915)

Find out more about Wm J Van Schuyver Co.

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