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

GW202
$220
A mossy olive green pint flask produced by the Coventry Glass Works in CT. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
GW211
$179
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
$176
Nice whittled circa 1870 whiskey flask

NJ14

$169

An olive-amber green pint flask produced by the Coventry Glass Works in CT. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
GW210
$169

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

WC2

$128

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

On Hold

$120

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

LA7

On Hold

$112

Exceptionally crude with loads of micro-bubbles and thin glass, this is a circa 1810-1830 gin with large open pontil on bottom

WC5

On Hold

$99

An attic found example, large size at 12 1/2"
LA204

On Hold

$98

A large quart Schnapps in a lighter lime-olive green, circa 1870
SH232
$87
A monster-sized, foot tall case gin
LA276

On Hold

$85

A beautiful olive-toned amber quart schnapps bottle
SH229
$80
Attic mint whiskey fifth with original threaded stopper, circa 1885-1895

RL3

$80

This is a late 1800's tall and detailed bear, no embossing. These were made by Hummel and held liqueors
SH314
$80
A yellow-orange honey colored Wolfe's, circa 1875
SH368
$79
Avery nice condition Peters picture gin, circa 1875-1880

LA239

$79

A crude, orange-amber Wolfe's, circa 1875
GA13
$77
Unusual shaped whiskey fifth in a lovely orange amber color, circa 1885-1895

RL5

On Hold

$64

A deep appled green smaller sized Schnapps, mint condition
SH226
$62
An uncommon gin, circa 1875
LA277
$60
A gem mint circa 1880 large gin with beveled corners
LA272

On Hold

$59

A small size olive green Wolfe's, attic mint, circa 1880
SH227
$58
A beautiful set of 2 large and 2 small circa 1865-1880 hock wines in excellent shape - all for one price
TR185

$55

A small emerald green Wolfe's, crude, circa 1880
SH371
$54

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

FL371
$52

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

FL316
$52
A circa 1875 amber-olive gin
LA288
$49
How often do you find one of these with original labels? An attic found example
LA203

$48

Super nice orange amber whiskey cylinder, circa 1890's

RL2

$45

Attic mint - complete with original cap, nozzle and 3 embossed metal labels. It actually has a spider in the web
TR201
$44
A near mint example of this circa 1890's whiskey cylinder

BM63

On Hold

$37

A circa 1880 deep olive green gin
LA259

$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
An ovoid turn mold fifth in orangish amber, circa 1890

TR164

$24

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

DM653

$23

A circa 1875 deep olive amber gin
LA184

$23

Includes an unusual half size variant

TR110

$20

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

RL4

On Hold

$19

A round-sided amber whiskey flask with double collar top, circa 1875
Y619
$18
A very clean and attractive reddish amber whiskey, circa 1880
TR225
$15
A small sample size nip in deep green, circa 1880's
Y622
$8
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Circa 1880 quart sized gin in gem condition
LA21
Sold

An unusual colored gin in amber, no embossing, mint condition

TR162

Sold

An unusual shaped quart by Cook & Bernheimer, circa 1885-1890
TR163

Sold

A chunky amber whiskey, circa 1885

NN31A

Sold

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

SH151

Sold

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

This is an exceptional example, attic condition with lots of iron residue on the pontil
SH373

Sold

A super cool gin bottle in attic condition, circa 1880-1885

LA155

Sold

Dug in a post-Colonial Philly privy, this crude stubby mallet looks to be American, circa 1810-1830
Y545
Sold
This whiskey cylinder has an 8-sided fluted neck and no seam, hand blown with neck twists, and a splendid unusual color
SH375

Sold

This chunky sized scroll has an iron pontil and deep aqua to light teal color

GW397

Sold

A mossy olive green version, likely produced by the Coventry Glass Works in CT. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
SH377
Sold
A truly exceptional bubble-mania bottle that you need to see to appreciate the crudity and character, circa 1870
LA242

Sold

A very crude hammered type gin with beveled corners and an applied shoulder seal, circa 1870-1875
LA246

Sold