Keeping up the theme of bottles we have not talked about before, here is an early one. Jockey Club(t-19)
These are only known in the sixth size, and seem to run in the early 70's era. George Chesley was a pioneer merchant and liquor dealer opening a store in Sacramento in 1855. He had been a very early arrival to California, pre gold rush, and had gained experience running an auction business or commission house in early San Francisco.
According to Wilson, Chesley opened up a 'liquor house in the heart of the San Francisco liquor district' in 1872 and for a few years traveled back and forth between his warehouse in S.F. and the store in Sacto. In 1877 he turned the San Francisco business over to an agent.