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Check out this cool Old Mr. Boston liquor bottle. It has beautiful embossed images on the glass and has its original screw cap. The front of the bottle has Federal Law Forbids Sale or Reuse Of This Bottle embossed on it. Which dates the bottle to sometime during the prohibition
an advertisement for Pither & Leiser, Water Street, Vancouver BC who were selling their stock of alcohol due to prohibition. Dated September
The 18th amendment-also known as the prohibition amendment-was repealed on this date in 1933 with the ratification of the 21st amendment. Prohibition proved difficult to enforce, and The Pensacola journal ran an editorial cartoon addressing the problem on November 20, 1920
Both Sides of the Question Cartoon (date unknown, Cleveland News)
Anthony Peter Riela (August 22, 1896 – date of death unknown) was a former member of the Rockford crime family who became a capo in the Bonanno crime family‘s New Jersey faction. Riela was born in Terranova, Sicily. Upon his arrival in the United States he first resided in Illinois where he became a close associate of Antonio Musso, founder of the Rockford crime family, with whom he worked closely during Prohibition in the 1920s and remained connected with even after moving away from…
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Toneco Bitters with label and contents. This bottle is about 10" tall, machine-made, and is of a shape usually associated with Irish whiskey; i.e., it is very similar to the past - and current - Bushmill's Irish Whiskey bottles. This item likely dates from the late 1910s or early 1920s and was a form of alcohol (30% according the lower label) that may have been available even during National Prohibition due to its medicinal claims.