| The fascinating hobby of Jim Beam decanter collecting has spread across the United States and the world. The Jim Beam Company, established in 1895, has long been interested in the production of fine whiskey, but also in the designing and creating of artistic and attractive containers for their tasty Beam Bourbon.
The specialty Bottles were originated in 1952, making a change from their conventional whiskey bottles. In answer to the growing demand for these unusual bottles, during the succeeding years, Beam issued both china and glass decanters, each unique in design. Some honored States of the Union, Centennials, sports events such as golf, horse racing, football and tennis, each design receiving the accolade of the public.
We have here a superb Jim Beam Collector Decanter produced in 1968 honoring The Antique Trader, and Kewanee, Illinois, Hog Capital of the World, where it was published. Produced in the usual Genuine Regal China, this decanter depicts the front page of the Antique Trader and the 1968 Edition of the National Directory of Antique Dealers. It measures 10-1/2" at its tallest point and is approximately 9" wide, is in mint condition and still bears the Revenue Tag. This marvelous Jim Beam Collectors Decanter would be a wonderful addition to any decanter collection, but foremost for the discerning collector of Jim Beam Speciality Decanters.
Toms Treasures has just one unique 1968 Jim Beam The Antique Trader Decanter. Don't miss out on this opportunity.. order today!
Height: 10½ inches
Width: 8 inches
Item # 012110A301NS