Twinings, a British tea company, currently has the oldest logo that's been in continuous use without alterations to the company's logo design. In fact, the logo for Twinings was created way back in 1787, and is actually based on the family crest, while also referencing China, which is where Twinings exclusively sourced their tea. From the research team at Image Relay comes this new infographic that looks at the oldest logos that still exist today. According to their research, it was found that six of the logos are at least 150 years old, with those being Stella Artois (created in 1366), Twinings (created in 1787), the American Red Cross (created in 1864), Nestle (created in 1868), Heinz (created in 1869), and Amstel Bier (created in 1870). Stella Artois by far has the oldest company logo that's still being used today, after more than 600 years. The logo has gone through very minor changes during that time, however, the horn and star of the old logo has always remained prominently featured.
Infographic by: imagerelay