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A.M. SMITH. / (lines of dots) / CALIFORNIA WINE DEPOT (arched) / (plant designs) / 249 HENNEPIN AVE. / MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.

ID#: TGM1137
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Usual white-etched label
Dimensions:Measurements omitted
Edmonson:OASG, p. 169, entry #3
State:MN
City:Minneapolis
Notes:
Andrew M. Smith listed from 1872-1918.

This looks like a Truog-designed glass.

Andrew M. Smith was born in Denmark. He opened the first California Wine Depot in Salt Lake City, UT, then moved to Philadelphia and is listed in directories there from 1876-1878. He set up the Minneapolis branch in 1886 and closed the others. Smith died in 1915 but his son, Arthur Mason Smith took over the business.

The California Wine Depot has its own listing in the Minneapolis directories for 1891, 1896, and 1899.

Brand names used by this company include: "Amsco", "Fine Old U. S. Cabinet Rye", "Flour City Rye", "Golden Buck", "Harvester", "Pennant", and "U. S. Cabinet Rye."

Company name timeline:
Andrew M. Smith

Address timeline:
247-249 Hennepin Ave

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This glass is shown for informational purposes only and is not for sale.

We MAY be able to find a glass like this for you, however.

Be warned, these glasses are rare antiques, around 100 years old. Prices typically range from $30 or so on the more common glasses (e.g., a Hayner or a Detrick) to $250+ on desirable picture glasses.

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