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This splendid bottle was acquired from the

Neil Moore collection of Saratogas - circa 1850-1860

GW609

$360

This is one of the scarcer Ryan *ALE* bottles in cobalt blue

PL26

$295

This is the 1859 dated variant of this southern soda

GW537

$290

This is the chunky example with the

7 point flower in a lovely light teal color

BT73

$275

A beautiful taper top squat with a sloping

late lager shape and bold mold impression

BT80

$260

A super hammered and bubbly Saratoga in

yellowish-apricot "old amber"

GX52

$250

A crude example with a big sagging glob

of glass inside the neck, circa 1850-1860

BT12

$195

A classic smooth-based southern soda

GW531

$195

A deep purplish cobalt southern soda

GW546

$185

A very pretty deep grassy olive green in a pint size, circa 1870

GW608

$178

This is a very pretty circa 1860-1870 Chicago soda -

it has a vibrant purple cobalt color

BT89

$160

A splendid mint example of this showy quart in lime-hued emerald green

SW12

$98

A very crude, hammered and whittled earlier example, circa 1870

GX57

$95

A very pretty southern blob top soda in an odd blue-green

color and near mint condition

PL48

$95

A deep aqua example with lots of hammering and whittle to the glass

GW812

$79

An aqua midwestern soda, circa 1850-1860

CJ3

$72

A deep chocolate tobacco colored example in nice condition

GW75

$49

A super nice quart in the block letter type, circa 1880

GA23

$49

From the Neil Moore collection auctioned in late 2023,

here is a splendid example of this classic Saratoga

GX31

$46

A deep emerald teal, base embossed mineral water, circa 1880

TR202

$36

A crude, bubbly and gem mint Congress & Empire

mineral water, circa 1870

GX31

$40

Circa 1875-1885 blob soda

Y349

$25

A circa 1880-1890 deep aqua hutch

KP50

$18

A nice looking circa 1880-1890 blob top soda

GW850

$17

A nice example of this circa 1880 Canadian bottle

GW583

$15

Circa 1875-1880 blob soda

Y350

$12

A hand tooled crown top bottle, circa 1900

LP82

$10

A narrow split type pony, a circa 1870 soda

DM329

$9

A pony sized blob soda, circa 1875-1880

SH74

$6

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A splendid bright orange southern soda that grabs any light

and having sensational hammered whittle character

PL38

Sold

A cute little soda or mineral water with an inside threaded

original top. Deep aqua.

GW917

Sold

This bottle is crazy crude, tilting the side so much that

it looks like it will tip over. It's a lovely deep cobalt

with purple hues, circa 1850-1860

BT11

Sold

A steely cobalt blue, the earlier variant with just a "D" on reverse

3449

Sold

Pretty sapphire blue. This is the earlier blob letter soda

without the date and with a pontil scar

GW542

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An oddly colored deep purplish cobalt example of this

southern soda. The base is really pushed up by the pontil - crude.

Circa 1850-1860

PL60

Sold

A very chunky iron pontiled midwestern soda with

crisp embossing and a lovely opalescent patina

BT7

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A "This Bottle Never Sold" variant with a nice pontil scar, circa 1855

BT10

Sold

This sided eastern PA soda is much scarcer in green than in in blue.

A great example from the Civil War era

M280

Sold

A circa 1850-1860 chunky soda with an applied tapered blob

PL47

Sold

A nice example of the Umbach Eagle (Butler 420).

A classic southern soda or mineral water, circa 1850-1860

PL5

Sold

This is a deep steely cornflower hued squat blob -

a southern bottle with wrap-around block lettering

PL4

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A whittled deep green example

GW196

Sold

The green Ryans like this are much tougher than the blues.

Here is a really nice example of this deep green mineral water.

PL8

Sold

Here is a sapphire-hued blue Ryan with an improved pontil

GW817

Sold

An super nice example of this uncommon southern soda/beer

(R. Butler, #116; D. Rakes, Ryan Type 7)

PL1

Sold

A near mint example of this uncommon southern squat.

It has an applied hat top, lots of bubbly crudity, and a killer pontil

PL2

Sold

An earlier Morton variant, shaped like a mini brown stout.

Nice whittle character, circa 1855

GW815

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A nicely whittled circa 1880 soda or

mini beer in a very pleasing root beer amber

GW548

Sold

This is the Elliot variant without the "& Ledlie", a Civil War period squat

GW518

Sold

A super crude quart sized Saratoga that just missed pontil -

thousands of seed bubbles

GW198

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An attic mint large quart Saratoga in a pleasing deep green

GW200

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This is a tougher Charleston soda in a dazzling color. The body is a vibrant

deep cobalt, but the color grades to midnight blue in the neck - c. 1850-1860

BT67

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An early circa 1840's Philly dug squat

Y872

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An unusual peacock emerald green color on this crude southern soda

GW544

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A steely deep midnight shade of cobalt with a great iron pontil

JX8

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The squat is less common than the blob soda, circa 1860-1865

GW416

Sold

An attractive example of this scarcer southern squat

GW550

Sold

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