I'm not sure how to post pictures on this thread. If anybody could help me out, it would be greatly appreciated. I found these items under the floor boards in my attic over a decade ago and I have not been able to find any information on them since then. The sign measures 34 3/4" x 9 5/8". All of the lettering is stamped into the metal and the paint seems to be hand applied in layers, as there are tiny ridges going from one color to another. I have not found any manufacturing stamps or anything printed on the edges, though I have not removed the original backing because it is very fragile and shrinking due to age. The beer taps' button measures 2 1/2" in diameter and is much more heavy duty than it looks. There is a small nick on the front and the depth makes it feel like it is enamel, but I am not sure. The bottom edge of the button has "CRUVER MFG CO. CHICAGO", printed on it. The handle appears to be made of steel and measures 4 5/8" from where it attaches to the button to where it curves at the bottom. The back of the handle has "CRUVER MFG CO. PAT. APL'D FOR CHICAGO", stamped in the center. There are also very faint letters stamped lower down on the handle it appears to be a W, a 2 or 9 and an L, but I cant be sure. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Taylor.