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A late 1850's Civil War soda, 8-sided, heavy strike
(ref. no. L63)


A Union Glass Works produced soda, judging by the color, dug in Philly on Christmas Eve
(ref. no. X1545)


An uncommon tall hutch with a splendid oversized elk picture that wraps the one side, circa 1890
(ref. no. PD5)


A nice olive toned color variant of this chunky circa 1850 Philly squat
(ref. no. PD4)


This is a circa 1860 soda fresh dug from a Philadelphia privy
(ref. no. X1531)


A Civil War blue squat in near mint condition
(ref. no. L72)


A circa 1870 squat the Jersey shore, tough name
(ref. no. PD6)


This just missed being pontiled, loaded with seed bubbles
(ref. no. X1523)


This is one of only 2-3 known examples of this circa 1855 green squat
(ref. no. 2449)


The bottle for sale here is on the right in the picture, a lighter very purply shade of cobalt. Splendid condition
(ref. no. L30)


Like the band Deep Purple, this bottle Rocks. The bottle for sale here is on the left in the picture, a deep deep shade of purple cobalt. Very uncommon color variant.
(ref. no. L28)


A crude example of an 1870 vintage Philly soda
(ref. no. NN1)


This is a circa 1865-70 squat from the Delaware River town south of Trenton
(ref. no. X1436)


A splendid colored and super crude hammered Saratoga, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. L146)


This is a hefty pontiled blob with a yellow string in the aqua glass, circa 1855
(ref. no. S69)


An 1850's pontiled soda, 8-sided, heavy strike, great shape
(ref. no. E1)


A gem mint I.P. soda in deep emerald green, full iron pontil residue - Sudbury St.
(ref. no. SH2)


An uncommon Jersey hutch soda, circa 1890
(ref. no. M266)


No light passes this one, an unusual color variant of this less common Saratoga, circa 1870
(ref. no. L143)


A very scarce pony blob, circa 1855, nice shape, great pontil
(ref. no. L86)


This is a nice circa 1865-70 squat from the Philly
(ref. no. X1439)


This is a circa 1875 soda, seldom seen
(ref. no. X1525)


A spendid purplish, rich colored Civil War period squat in great shape
(ref. no. L10)


A pretty iron pontiled pint mineral water, circa 1855
(ref. no. L139)


A hefty little squat blob, uncommon variant
(ref. no. H21)


An uncommon circa 1855 Philly squat
(ref. no. H208)


A possibly unknown name from Philly, circa 1870, with nice applied top
(ref. no. L223)


A chunky circa 1855 squat in splendid condition
(ref. no. S24)


This is the scarcer open block letter Johnston soda, circa 1875
(ref. no. X1529)


This is the scracer "short S" variant mold of this Civil War blue squat, great shape
(ref. no. L73)


A picture soda with a large harp, a circa 1875-1880 soda in light aqua
(ref. no. S39)


A circa 1865-1970 green squat from southeast PA, great condition
(ref. no. L49)


A crude emerald green example, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. L151)


An earlier stubby hutch, circa 1885
(ref. no. S10)


An superb example of this scarce Lambertville soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. L87)


This light teal color variant is less common, circa 1865
(ref. no. X1521)


An attic mint example of this early Lambertville soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. L89)


An uncommon tall hutch with a splendid oversized elk picture that wraps the one side, circa 1890
(ref. no. X1547)


An uncommon southeast PA pontiled soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. L88)


An uncommon circa 1875 pony soda in great condition
(ref. no. B18)


A Civil War period squat, this is the earlier J.A. variant Seitz in deeper emerald green
(ref. no. L36)


An "arched Mineral" variant, circa 1855
(ref. no. B38)


An attic mint chunky soda or short beer with stenciled porcelain stopper, attic mint
(ref. no. V220)


A dug pontiled lager style saquat, circa 1855
(ref. no. X1416)


A chubby short soda, circa 1870-1875
(ref. no. H86)


This is umbossed and looks like a Union Glass Works color. Dug in a Philly privy in May 2017
(ref. no. X1500)


A deepkly whittled, aqua example, circa 1870 (ref. no. B42)


This is a circa 1865-70 pony blob sodafrom Philly
(ref. no. LX2)


This is a very hefty pontiled squat from New Jersey, circa 1855
(ref. no. M257)


A Civil War blue squat, uncleaned privy find with irridescence
(ref. no. L70)


This is a dug example in uncleaned natural condition, circa 1865
(ref. no. X1553)


This is a circa 1865-70 squat from the Delaware River town south of Trenton
(ref. no. X1501)













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