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This is the larger sized Wolfe's bottle with an iron pontil
SH435

$330

This is the smaller sized Wolfe's bottle with a rich iron pontil

GW489

$240

A hefty pint sized black glass ale, base embossed, circa 1845

GW202
$190
A mossy olive green pint flask produced by the Coventry Glass Works in CT. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
GW211
$169
An amber-hued olive green half pint flask produced by the Keene Glass Works in NH. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
GW213
$165
An olive-amber green pint flask produced by the Coventry Glass Works in CT. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
GW210
$159
Nice whittled circa 1870 whiskey flask

NJ14

$149

An unusual circa 1840 square-shaped bitter water bottle
Y885
$85

Philly oval slug plate flasks are uncommon, and here is pretty colored one from circa 1880

GW482

$85

A large quart Schnapps in a lighter lime-olive green, circa 1870
SH232
$79
A beautiful olive-toned amber quart schnapps bottle
SH229
$75
This is a late 1800's tall and detailed bear, no embossing. These were made by Hummel and held liqueors
SH314
$76
A yellow-orange honey colored Wolfe's, circa 1875
SH368
$74
A crude, orange-amber Wolfe's, circa 1875
GA13
$72
Attic mint whiskey fifth with original threaded stopper, circa 1885-1895

RL3

$70

A deep appled green smaller sized Schnapps, mint condition
SH226
$56
An uncommon gin, circa 1875
LA277
$55
A small size olive green Wolfe's, attic mint, circa 1880
SH227
$54
This is one of the chunky Dyottville cylinders blown in a 3-piece mold, and base embossed "5"
SH455

$52

A beautiful set of 2 large and 2 small circa 1865-1880 hock wines in excellent shape - all for one price
TR185

$49

A circa 1875 amber-olive gin
LA288
$49
A small emerald green Wolfe's, crude, circa 1880
SH371
$49
This is a deep olive amber fifth, base embossed Dyottville cylinder
SH456

$48

Philly flask from a Market Street business, purveyor of "Fine Wiskeys"

GW486

$46

Super nice orange amber whiskey cylinder, circa 1890's

RL2

$40

A very crude spirits bottle with blue-tinted pontiled bottom

CJ1

$39

How often do you find one of these with original labels? An attic found example
LA203

$38

A circa 1880 deep olive green gin
LA259

$36

An attic found 1890's flask with label having a maritime scene commemorating the Philadelpha Bourse

GW487

$36

A circa 1865-1870 amber flask with a crude applied double collar top

SHXX

$34

A really nice attic condition Geneva gin, circa 1880
LA252
$29
A circa 1865-1870 pint flask with a crude applied double collar top

SH403

$29

A gem mint hefty gin, crude, circa 1875
LA136
$28
A circa 1875 deep olive amber gin
LA184

$23

This is a heavy and large whiskey flask that is diamond quilted all over, circa 1890

GW488

$22

A round-sided amber whiskey flask with double collar top, circa 1875
Y619
$18

Includes an unusual half size variant

TR110

$18

This is an scarce Philly flask, but priced down because it is missing the top collar

GW484

$15

An early example with crude applied double color top, circa 1875
Y723
$14

This is pretty lattic quilted pocket flask, circa 1890

GW489

$12

A very clean and attractive reddish amber whiskey, circa 1880
TR225
$10
A small sample size nip in deep green, circa 1880's
Y622
$8
A nice orange colored whiskey, circa 1880
Y722
$8
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Avery nice condition Peters picture gin, circa 1875-1880

LA239

Sold

A thin glass early gin with "legs" and a large open pontil, circa 1810-1830

LA4

Sold

A crude wine or port type bottle dug in a c.1840 privy layer in Philadelphia

DM653

Sold

Philly oval slug plate flasks are uncommon, and here is one from circa 1880

GW483

Sold

An ovoid turn mold fifth in orangish amber, circa 1890

TR164

Sold

Attic mint - complete with original cap, nozzle and 3 embossed metal labels. It actually has a spider in the web
TR201

Sold

A bubbly example, irregular shoulders, crude, early 1800's

FL371

Sold

A near mint rum or port type quart, early 1800's

FL316

Sold

This is a splendid earlier Whitney whiskey cylinder, Patent shoulder, attic condition
SH372

Sold

Exceptionally crude with loads of micro-bubbles and thin glass, tilts to the side. A circa 1810-1830 gin with open pontiled bottom

WC2

Sold

An attic found circa 1875-1885 flask with most of the ornate original label and in a splendid color

GW485

Sold

Unusual shaped whiskey fifth in a lovely orange amber color, circa 1885-1895

RL5

Sold

A gem mint circa 1880 large gin with beveled corners
LA272

Sold

A near mint example of this circa 1890's whiskey cylinder

BM63

Sold

An ovoid turn mold fifth in deep reddish amber, circa 1890

RL4

Sold

A thin glass early gin with "legs" and a large open pontil, circa 1810-1830

LA7

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This calabash flask has a monstrous open pontil, circa 1845-1850

SH151

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This is lovely true yellow colored Dyottville cylinder, circa 1870
Y356
Sold
This pint flask has a terrific iron pontil with full black residue

GW398

Sold