Meisel K., Troppau, Oesterr.-Schlesien, Austro-Hungarian Empire - 163 labels
About 1890 - 1920
Very nice labels, printed by a famous and a high quality printing company K.MEISEL, worked in the town Troppau (which name is Opava today). This town is located near by Ostrava, in Silesia (nord-east part of the Czech republic).
There are 4 lingos used: german, french, hungarian and czech, of course. The specificacion of drinks are: "fine" (FR) = "feiner" (GER) = "jemný" (CZ). The "surfine" (FR) = "feinster" (GER) = "velejemný" (CZ) = "legfinomabb" (HUN). And the hungarian word "belföldi" means "local", or "inland" - which was used for a rum.
There are also more informations (ref.number, price per 100 pcs) on a rear sides of every label - see the first picture here.