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Circa 1850, a cobalt "no star" variant of this Heiss soda

2746

$279

A deep cobalt blue pontiled blob soda

DC27

$265

A circa 1855-1860 period blob soda in deep cobalt blue

L61

On Hold

$240

There are many variant Flanagen bottles, and the brown stout is tough to find

X1664

$215

A fabulous character bottle, super hammered whittle, micro bubbles,, pretty color

GW77

$210

An uncommon IP slug plate squat in deep green

X1715

$210

A whittled "old amber" colored pint bottle with loads of character, you need to see it to appreciate it

GW197

$199

A whittled "old amber" colored pint bottle with loads of character, you need to see it to appreciate it

GW196

$189

A scarce name for the Philly collection, small pony size

2706

$187

One of only a few oval slug plate squats from Philly, circa 1845-1850 - scarce

GW122

$170

A bubbly example in great condition

BS49

$155

A very uncommon color, a deep midnight blue-green, heavily hammered character, circa 1865-1870

SW18

$155

A deep sapphire blue squat from southeast PA, Civil War era

SH152

$155

A Dyottville Glass Works chunky squat, circa 1850

DC31

$150

An uncommon earlier squat, circa 1845-1850

2133

$150

One of several McCurdy variants, this teal squat has the 6 pointed star

GW119

$148

Uncommon circa 1855 green soda in great condition

SH238

$145

A super tough name from Philly, circa 1855

2506

$135

A splendid near mint example, circa 1870

BS50

$135

A crude bluish green example with pushed in side

M278

$135

A very nice example of this classic Philly squat, circa 1855

1289

$125

A crisply embossed hefty squat from Philly, circa 1850-1855

2398

$105

A super crude quart sized Saratoga that just missed pontil -

thousands of seed bubbles

GW198

$100

An tough Philly name, circa 1850-1855, marked down for cork pry roughness

2414

$98

Circa 1855, uncommon Philly squat

2895

$95

A classic block letter blob soda, pontiled, circa 1855

X1877

$92

A blue-teal example of this New Orleans soda, circa 1850

GW111

$90

A nice whittled example, circa 1850-1855

GW8-

$88

A very early smooth-based hefty squat with a crude rectangular slug plate, circa 1855

DC30

$80

Circa 1855-60 hefty squat with open block letters that wrap the bottle

DM133

$75

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

SH191

$68

Circa 1855 iron pontiled Philly soda

EB1

$65

An uncommon McLaughlin variant, very chunky in size, iron pontiled, circa 1850- 1855

GW120

$64

A circa 1860 lager or stout in deep aqua, just missed pontil

MJ9

$55

A regular style mold for this Civil War Philly squat in nice condition

GW88

$55

An uncommon variant in a "cut down" mold, circa 1865

GW137

$52

An excellent example of a totally black glass color variant

GW74

$52

A Civil War era blob soda in great shape

GW89

$52

Circa 1880 amber blob with oval slug, near mint

DM119

$49

Circa 1855, a Philly pontil soda

X1725

$45

Smooth-based Civil War period squat

Y296

$42

A pretty emerald green pint "Congress Water" with applied double taper top, circa 1870-1875
SH240
$38

A nice condition green circa 1865-1870 squat

SH313

$36

A Circa 1860 Philly Hat Top Green Soda, Civil War Period

Y289

$35

An uncommon Civil War soda in a light green color

SH311

$34

An earlier Germantown short blob, circa 1870

SH306

$32

A Civil War era classic Philly Soda, Square Shoulder Green Variant

GW100

$32

A chunky circa 1865-1870 squat usually found in deep green

MK49

$30

This is a circa 1865-70 squat from the Delaware River town south of Trenton

X1501

$29

A circa 1870 squat soda with double taper top

GW139

$26

A tombstone slug with embossed clover picture, circa 1885

SH215

$26

A scarce circa 1885-1890 tombstone slug plate hutch from a small town in central PA
MT25
$25

A nice mug-based tombstone slug hutch, circa 1890

KP51

$24

A gem mint example with original lightning stopper, circa 1885

V217

$24

A circa 1870 squat

DM23

$22

A blob top variant Twitchell soda from Philly (not the usual hat top)

GW101

$20

An unusual shoulder-embossed hutch, circa 1890

MK53

$19

A pony sized blob soda, circa 1875-1880

SH74

$18

A pony sized blob soda, circa 1875

L232

$15

A tall mug-based hutch, circa 1890

X1925

$15

Circa 1875-1880 blob soda

Y350

$14

A pony sized blob soda, circa 1875-1880

SH74

$14

A mint example with great glass character, circa 1865

SH129

Sold

A hefty smooth-based squat with a rectangular slug plate, circa 1855-1860

DC33

Sold

A gem condition large quart mineral water, circa 1865-1870

GW54

Sold

A circa 1855-1860 pontiled Tenessee soda in a deep cobalt blue

GW185

Sold

A tough to find Philadelphia soda in an interesting blue-green color, circa 1855

3183

Sold

A splendid condition bright blue pontiled soda, circa 1855. Large wrap-around lettering

SH328

Sold

A blue-teal example of this New Orleans soda, circa 1850

GW110

Sold

An unusual block letter variant with large EO embossed on the base

GW189

Sold

A scarcer hat top John Ryan in excellent condition

GW192

Sold

A nice Civil War era soda with great mold impression

UN42

Sold

A super pretty colored example with nice micro bubble character

GW188

Sold

A circa 1855-1860 pontiled Tenessee soda in a deep slate-cobalt blue

GW184

Sold

A circa 1865 medium cobalt blob soda, Civil War Pop!

L21

Sold

A circa 1855 iron pontiled Philly soda. This is the less common "straight" mineral water variant.

GW133

Sold

A super crude squatty bottle with odd double collar top and lovely root beer color

GW194

Sold