...My Stegmaier Collection


1940's original art work from The Weiller Co. of Philadelphia. A 9 x 11 inch mock up for Stegmaier approval. This is the picture that ended up on the 40's menu cover. It appears there may have been some intent for a stand-up sign, but I've never seen one.
1940's original art work from The Weiller Co. of Philadelphia. These are 15 x 13 inch cardboad signs. Probable intent was for tavern advertising. I don't recognize it as actually being produced. I have some more Wieler pieces, but I am sure you are bored by this stuff by now.
A 1953 thermometer that is paper under glass and has a 9 inch diameter. Much like the 1953 Steg tray. One of the last pieces with the older label design. The gold medals were changed to go straight across in 1955. Don't let one of these get in a damp environment. The paper will warp under the glass. Personally, I feel this thermometer and the two gold trays were the least eye-appealing pieces Steg ever put out in large volumes. Must have had a very conservative marketing manager at that time.


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