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Circa 1850, here is one of the super elusive early blue Twitchells

seldom seen and offered for sale

BT14

$740

A very scarce pontiled lager - nice example that was

never in the ground but has minor lip issues

GW383

$700

This is the fat body CONWAY blue lager or soda, circa 1850 in deep cobalt blue

GW381

$440

Circa 1850, an increasingly hard to find deep cobalt soda in splendid condition

GW407

$425

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

3449

$380

A cobalt example of the "star" variant of this circa 1850-1855 Philly soda

BT16

$350

This is a very fat Conway, the uncommon arched slug plate variant -circa 1850

1955

$325

A vibrant deep purple-hued blue, great pontil, circa 1850-1855

GW56

$300

A crude example with a big sagging glob of glass inside the neck, circa 1850-1860

BT12

$290

An uncommon earlier squat, circa 1845-1850.

Hard to find one without damage like this one

GW347

$280

This iron pontiled hefty south Philly squat comes in different addresses.

This is great example of the one variant.

1575

$275

An uncommon Philly lager squat from my collection, circa 1850-1855

2381

$270

The dated southern soda is in near mint condition

GW409

$250

Pared from my collection, this is the tough "no address" squat McCurdy

2254

$250

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

SH304

$235

A deep blue-green variant of the Conway Bottler squat from Philly, Circa 1850

3425

$235

Circa 1850-1855, a cornflower-hued teal soda with applied blob top

GW332

$230

A classic cobalt blue hutch soda, circa 188-1890

GW387

$230

A deep blue-green variant of the Conway Bottler squat from Philly, Circa 1850

3425

$235

A classic blue Phillysquat that just missed being pontiled,

marked way down because of a few issues

2891

$230

This is a chunky, earlier example of this iron pontiled

Schoch squat, circa 1850, in superb condtion

GW312

$225

An uncommon variant of this lager-shaped midwestern

pontiled soda, circa 1850-1860

GW304

$200

A hefty and crisply embossed circa 1850 pontiled squat within a rectangular slug.

Y418

$195

A gem condition smooth-based midwestern sout, circa 1860-1865rn soda

BT5

$195

Uncommon circa 1855 green soda with a weird raised iron pontil scar

that is jagged, almost like an open pontil

Y460

$175

This is the "H" variant Hall with a terrific deep pontil, circa 1850-1855

GW311

$175

An uncommon name for the Philly collector, fresh dug, nice shape

Y670

$175

A scarce Philly pontiled soda, circa 1855

Y455

$165

Circa 1850-1855, a medium cobalt soda, marked down for an old lip chip

Y512

$160

A scarce wrap-around block lettered Philly pontiled soda, circa 1855

NJ13

$160

An uncommon pontiled soda, circa 1850-1855

2080

$145

A nice deep aqua example of this New Orleans soda, circa 1850

GW109

$140

An iron pontiled circa 1855 soda, fresh dug

Y498

$138

And earlier very deep green M'Farland with taper top

BT18

$135

An uncommon IP squat in deep green, heavy slug plate

X1655

$125

A pretty Saratoga type mineral water in a very pretty emerald-olive color

SW15

$125

This is a supurb example of the "H" variant Hall with nice glass whittle, circa 1850-1855

GW341

$125

A nicely whittled apricot mineral water with great mold strike

and loads of micro bubble character

GW199

$110

A classic western PA soda with cork pry bruise, circa 1850-1860

GW303

$99

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

SW12

$98

One of numerous Haeberle variants, this one is a fatty, circa 1850

3108

$95

An uncommon slug plate squat, priced down because of minor cork pry issues

BT56

$95

This is a circa 1855 Philly squat with robust embossing and a nice iron pontil

3632

$90

One of the many pontiled Hall variants, this one is blank on the reverse

2100

$90

A fat slug plate squat with heavy iron pontil, priced down because of a lip chip

Y636

$85

A classic block letter blob soda, pontiled, circa 1855

Y428

$82

An 1840's Philly-style porter, super crude with hammered whittle

GW364

$75

Circa 1855 iron pontiled Philly soda

X1845

$72

A deeper green color variant of this pontiled soda than what is often seen, circa 1855

Y653

$72

This is crude and nicely whittled pontiled soda with a flared blob type top

GW421

$69

An uncommon south-central PA Civil War squat

GW293

$65

One of numerous variants of this pontiled soda, circa 1855

Y657

$65

An early circa 1840's Philly dug squat

Y634

$62

Much scarcer than the green blob soda, this is an aqua colored R & M with taper top

Y427

$50

A circa 1855 earlier variant Twitchell with Hat Top Green Soda

Y671

$49

A displayable example of a rare pontiled Philly squat - reglued top

Y501

$46

Circa 1855, a Philly pontil soda

X1734

$45

A circa 1855 hat top deep green soda

Y659

$42

A crude, bubbly and gem mint Congress & Empire mineral water, circa 1870
L149

$39

This is a circa 1865 green blob top soda

X1923

$39

A classic Philly circa 1860 soda in nice condition

GW365X

$38

A fresh privy dug squat, circa 1850

Y462

$34

A fresh dug Philadelphia green squat, circa 1860

Y576

$32

A circa 1855 pontiled soda, priced down a bit for a 1/8" lip flake

X1223

$30

An early gravitating top type hutch

SH212

$30

A circa 1875 short squat with applied blob top

SH308

$28

This is a chunky circa 1850 squat, priced down because of a crack in the side

GW318

$25

A circa 1870 square shouldered soda

Y370

$25

A scarce business name in a squat blob soda, circa 1870

SH331

$24

Circa 1875 blob soda

Y345

$22

A nice circa 1870-1975 Jersey soda

NN31

$20

An earlier southeast PA hutch
RP30

$20

Circa 1875-1880 taller blob soda with bold embossing

DM336

$18

Circa 1870-1875 short blob

Y6

$18

A narrow split type pony, a circa 1870 soda

DM329

$16

An attic mint circa 1890 blob top soda

TR195

$16

An earlier 1880's hutch in deep aqua

SH309

$15

For the Philly collector, here is one you probably haven't seen -

suitable as an example or for making a drinking glas

2762

$15

For the Philly collector, this is the scarce "no Bottler" example -

suitable as an example or for making a drinking glass

2328

$12

A circa 1890 mug-based hutch soda
MT26
$9
Recent Sales        

A rare southern pontiled soda that was headless and turned

into a cut-down drinking glass - Steike & Kornahrens

DC392

Sold

This is splendid swirled blue example, never in the ground,

but priced down for a crack in the top

GW386

Sold

A fresh dug heavy squat with rectangular slug plate, circa 1850-1860

Y650

Sold

A deep amber example, circa 1875-1880

TR220

Sold

This is one of the tougher earlier Roussel sodas, undamaged in natural dug condition

3561

Sold

Philly collectors - check your Conway variants -

this is a very scarce Brown Stout/Union variant from my collection

3683

Sold

A super hammered and bubbly Saratoga in deep old honey amber

GW78

Sold

This circa 1848-1852 mug-based pontiled soda is in a funky icy teal-hued cornflower

3520

Sold

A super cool and scarce soda color but very raw condition

GA1

Sold

A very pretty and clean pontiled blue soda

with minor repair to top of lip, circa 1850-1855

GW384

Sold

This 10-sided soda has a deeply incised iron pontiled bottom

and an oversized taper top, circa 1848-1850

GW371

Sold

An attic mint, apple green long neck blob soda, circa 1865

GW295

Sold

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