April 2006


     March was an exciting month for Greg Rhomberg, Curator of Antique Warehouse and director of St. Louis 2004 Exposition.  View our Featured Collection of the month and see our latest projects by the Restoration Department, as well as some completed projects.  Also learn about our Recent Event; how the Budweiser II Boat-Car was invited to the Concours d' Elegance at Amelia Island Florida, and view the Recent Acquisitions of the Antique Warehouse.

     WE NEED HELP, please help us find additional porcelain enameled neon signs for an upcoming exhibition.  St. Louis, Missouri was known for its vast sign manufacturing talents.  A few of the great sign manufacturers include; Carondelet Neon Sign, Crystal Electronic Sign, Day Bright Lighting, Federal Brilliant, Keller Sign, Kirn Advertising Sign, Levy Sign, Missouri Jewelite, Neon Ray Lite, R. Tunica Electric, Southern Neon Sign, Tobin Electric, Treesh Neon Sign, and Zeiser Bros. 

If you know the whereabouts of any signs please contact us

If you have any comments or suggestions please reply here


  Featured Collection     Restoration Department  


View our collection of antique soda machines and coolers. From Coca-Cola to RC Cola, view all 22 of the Antique Warehouse machines. There are several different shapes and sizes as well as manufacturers. To view the entire collection, click above.




Our Restoration Department helped local artist Bill Christman, by restoring a windmill neon sign for his mini-golf course and sculpture park.  They have also continued on a few other projects as well.  Click above to find out more.


  Recent Events     Recent Acquisitions  

The Budweiser II traveled to Florida for the Amelia Island Concours d' Elegance, to take place in this prestigious car show.  Click above for a story as well as several images from the weekends festivities.



View a few of the recent acquisitions at Antique Warehouse, including this circa 1959 Marvy Barber Pole, an A.E. Schmidt Pool Table, and a Sno-Runner produced by Chrysler Marine.





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