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Bottle Labels, collection on leaves, noted Ballarat Bitter, Victor Ale by Roger Bros. in Hawthorn, Tru-Pash by Murray Breweries in Beechworth, Hop Beer & Hot Punch by Colac Aereated Water Co

Two etched crystal beer steins together with two Continental wheel etched tumblers

Vintage Australia timber stopcock made by H. Gage, Melbourne together with a collection of beer tap signs

Lancer Pacific Cascade & Carlton brass beer tap, together with another brass beer tap

Vintage Australia timber stopcock, made by H. Gage, Melbourne together with a collection of beer tap signs

Twenty three children's beer steins with fable decorations, etc (23)

Two bung jars, beer bottle, water bottle and bed warmer, approx 27 cm high and shorter

Nick Stather, beer mug celadon glaze inscribed with Chestermatic Booze dispenser motif signed 1970's. Height 14 cm.

Eleven children's and miniature beer steins with fable decorations etc

A Victorian novelty drinking puzzle jug mid 19th century, glazed and painted earthenware with written verse. Height 19.5 cm. Note: the puzzle jug is intended for use in inns and public houses as a humorous drinking challenge. The defining feature of the ju

Ballarat Brewing Co: framed display of original beer bottle labels, 15 in total. early 20th century. Beautifully framed and captioned. 58 cm x 48 cm. Superb condition

Louis Berczi copper 7 wines, 3 smaller examples, and two beer mugs

A mahogany and brass beer wagon, part 19th century, the coopered barrel on a rectangular tray stand with drainage tray and on brass wheels. Width 59 cm

A late19th century German tall glass beer stein etched with a King holding a glass and with pewter mounts

A German beer stein with pewter lid, cobalt blue and beige with sceaua viyes

Oak and bamboo brandy keg with bung, of the type worn around the neck of a St. Bernard dog. Length 32.5 cm

An early Scott & Griffiths Tamar Brewery mirror, 40 x 53 cm

German 19th century beer Stein with hinged pewter cover the glass with continuous etched landscape and deer

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