Prohibition Era Antique Wooden Crate with Lid

This is a rare antique wooden Anzac cereal beverage crate from around 1919. Wonderfully distressed with a patina only many years can achieve this vintage wood box will be sure to bring plenty of rustic charm to your home.

Anzac CO from Massachusetts made this delicious and healthful cereal beverage or tonic around the Prohibition Era. These were considered low alcohol drinks and companies could still legally sell them.

This crate measures approx 12″ high, 20.5″ long and 13″ wide weighing in at about 13lbs. The crate is in an old, distressed condition but sturdy and strong with 24 cubbies to hold bottles. Original hardware intact with lid.

This old crate is stamped on the top from B.A Farnhham in Centervale, VT.


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