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ZAHRINGERS / PURE STOCK / ORIENTAL LIQUOR COMPANY (tsp letters on a frosted banner) / SOLE OWNERS / PEORIA, ILLS. / CUR.UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG ACT JUNE 30 1906. Beneath the banner is a complex design featuring a frosted camel head emerging from a outlined sliver moon with grain stalks in the background and (TRADE MARK) written in small letters below, a sun rising behind two pyramids and a palm tree, an obelisk, and a temple portal with an eygptian man/sphinx within.

ID#: RRP362
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Usual white-etched label
Dimensions:2-3/16 " x 1-7/8 " x 1-9/16"
Edmonson:Not listed
John Zahringer listed from 1914-1919.

HSG, p. 200, entry #2 is a similar but earlier glass.

Zahringer was owner of the Oriental Liquor store, which has a separate listing in the database.

Brand names used by this company include: "Camel's Head", "Oriental", "Oriental Uplands Rye", "Peoria Country Club", and "Zahringer."

Company name timeline:
John Zahringer

Address timeline:
221 2nd Ave (1914), 703 S Washington (1916-1917), 221 2nd Ave (1918-1919)

Find out more about John Zahringer

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