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STANDARD TIME (arched) / Dallemand & Co. (script) / BOURBON (letters increase in height across line)

ID#: KWS573
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Barrel, heavy base
Label Type:Acid-etched
Dimensions:*2-3/8" x 2" x 1-5/8"
Edmonson:HSG, p. 170, entry #3
Dallemand & Co. listed from 1885-1918.

*Glass measurements have not been confirmed.

The business started out in San Francisco (1885-ca. 1900) but headquartered in Chicago. They were wholesalers there from 1885 to Prohibition.

Their directory lisitings state: "Props of Cream Pure Rye, Americas finest whiskey" (1893), Jno. G Roche, Pres., E H Roche, VP and Treas. (1910)

Brand names used by this company include: "Cream Pure Rye", "D & Co.", "Old Joe Murphy", "Old Ripy", and "Standard Time."

Company name timeline:
Dallemand & Co. (1885-1906), Albert Dallemand & Co. (1907-1915), Albert Dallemand & Co. Inc. (1916-1918)

Address timeline:
192 Jackson (1885-1887) , 51 Lake (1888-1898), 80 Lake (1899-1906), 122-129 Monroe, #502 (1907-1910), & 543 Lasalle Ave (1910-1911), 79 W Monroe, #502 (1911), 110 S Dearborn (1913-1918), & 166 W Lake (1913-1915), & 205 W Madison (1917-1918)

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