Vintage Drewrys beer Mountie figure
Vintage Drewrys beer Mountie figure are collectible items of breweriana advertising.
According to the 1930 Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act’s definition, “vintage” refers to pieces manufactured within the last 100 years and can include items made as recently as the 1980s.
Drewrys was established in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada as the Drewry's Lake of the Woods Brewery in 1877.
The company opened a brewery in Evansville, US in the 1930’s following the end of prohibition and by 1936 all production took place on US soil.
The company was sold to the Pittsburgh Brewing Company in 1996.
Vintage Drewrys beer Mountie figures
Vintage Drewrys beer Mountie figures were produced mostly during the 1940s.
Often ceramic, they featured a small figure of the popular Drewrys Mountie emblem.
The came in a range of styles, often depicting the Mountie with a horse, or sometimes, astride a beer bottle.
How much are vintage Drewrys beer Mountie figures worth?
Vintage Drewrys beer Mounties figures can sell for between $60 and $150 depending on design and condition. Those featuring a trio of Mountie, horse and beer bottle are particularly sought-after.
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