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ID#: RRP908
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Heavy bar glass, 10 molded flutes in base, 26 inside panels
Label Type:Fused bead
Dimensions:2-9/16 " x 2 " x 1-9/16"
Edmonson:Not listed
Brand Registered:1910
Arthur Lehmann & Co. listed from 1902-1919.

This glass is not listed, but a close variant is in OASG, p. 101, entry #1.

"Successors to M Henebery, Est. 1851." (noted in the 1907-1908 directories).

Lehmann & Co. also operated as the Richland Distilling Co, with their letterheads featuring the "Richland Distillery" in Carrollton, KY. (RD #5, 6th District), and as Arrow Distilleries. There was a branch office of Lehmann & Co. in in Detroit, MI.

In 1919, Lehmann & Co. sold out to Hiram Walker & Co. of Detroit, MI. and Ontario, Canada.

Information kindly provided by Bob Glaser, great-grandson of Arthur Lehmann.

Brand names used by this company include: "Jersey Whiskey", "May Bloom", "Richland", and "Spring Valley."

Company name timeline:
Arthur Lehmann & Co.

Address timeline:
110 S Washington (1902-1907), 111-115 S Water (1908-1918), 1201 Lehman Bldg. (1919)

Find out more about Arthur Lehmann & Co.

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