Loot. Booty. Treasure. Whatever you call it, the gangsters of the 1920’s knew that the United States under it’s new state of prohibition was a place where law had gone too far, and order was sacrificed. Why was it a crime to buy a drink, or to brew a drink for profit? The mob collected loot from an unprepared government, and the thirsty public.
This list is intended for any 1920s or 1930s system set during the time of prohibition where the sale and manufacture of alcohol was illegal, and crime was everywhere. This table has a variety of stolen and smuggled liquor, industrial alcohol (some hoped to convert it to drinkable alcohol), relics and weapons of WWI, grim gifts for friends in jail, and vices smuggled across the border without a penny of tax.