Other Miscellaneous Bottles

 

 

 

 

 

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A circa 1880 "Nutritive Tonic" by Joseph S. Pederson and sold by

Tarrant & Co. New York - very tough in emerald green
(ref. no. DC41)

$150

A circa 1880 "Nutritive Tonic" by Joseph S. Pederson and sold by

Tarrant & Co. New York - peacock blue
(ref. no. DC38)

$110

An apothecary type bottle with embossed stopper and full label in top attic mint condition
(ref. no. DC37)

$100

This vial is almost 10 inches tall, very early, sand chip pontil, and structurally perfect
(ref. no. DW6)

$96

This is a lot of 5 different colors of this classic, including very uncommon amber, green and clear
(ref. no. DC77)

$96

Circa 1890-1900, possibly a shoe polish or flask
(ref. no. FL257)

$89

A circa 1880 "Nutritive Tonic" by Joseph S. Pederson and sold by

Tarrant & Co. New York - 7-Up type green variant
(ref. no. DC39)

$88

An attic found circa 1890 small scent bottle with honey bee pic and label
(ref. no. DC278)

$60

A gem mint labeled circa 1865-1870 cologne with embossed stars
(ref. no. GW45)

$54

 

A nice lot of 2 different sizes of this 8 sided detergent product

with cathedral panel stylings, circa 1880-1885
(ref. no. SH178)

$49

A circa 1880 "Nutritive Tonic" by Joseph S. Pederson and sold by Tarrant & Co. New York
(ref. no. DC43)

$38

A rectangular milk glass bottle with beveled corners, circa 1885
(ref. no. H212)

$22

A gem mint pair of Duffys, includes the uncommon fat 32 ounce variant - both from Rochester, NY
(ref. no. MT47)
$22
A circa 1880 insecticide bottle from northeast PA
(ref. no. SH190)
$20
A circa 1899 food products bottle with a really nice picture of a pineapple
(ref. no. SH283)
$19
A circa 1860 utility just missed pontiled
(ref. no. FL307)
$19

A gem mint square product bottle with beveled corners, circa 1890
(ref. no. SH89)

$19

A gem mint milk glass bottle with beveled edges, circa 1880
(ref. no. DM113)

$19

A circa 1890 deep emerald olive green bottle, pretty
(ref. no. SH196)
$19

A gem mint milk glass bottle with beveled edges, circa 1880
(ref. no. MT4)

$18

A circa 1855 small fancy perfume with crude rolled lip
(ref. no. Y182)

$18

An 1880's crude household product mostly seen in aqua

(ref. no. SH285)

$16

A uncommon early variant embossed Berlin. Malt Extract.
(ref. no. DM417)

$16

An ironstone with transfer label
(ref. no. DM432)

$14

A circa 1890 deep emerald olive green bottle, pretty
(ref. no. M26)
$14
An 1880's tall household product, uncommon from Baltimore (usually is Rochester)
(ref. no. Y306)
$14
A Civil War period scent bottle, fancy style
(ref. no. X1701)

$12

A square shear top oil vial, circa 1895
(ref. no. X1967)
$12
A small hand blown example, circa 1895
(ref. no. DM465)

$12

An unopened, labeled circa 1915 solvent with full original label
(ref. no. MT8)

$11

A green glazed egg holder dug from a 1860's privy layer
(ref. no. DM439)

$10

Has a picture of an old sewing machine, circa 1890
(ref. no. DM42)

$9

A crude circa 1885 paneled bottle with tilted neck
(ref. no. MT16)

$8

An 1880's crude household product in great shape

(ref. no. MT17)

$8

A crude tapered scent or utility, unembossed
(ref. no. DM186)

$8

A circa 1890 attic near mint household bottle
(ref. no. M29)
$7

A circa 1885 paneled bottle with tooled ring top
(ref. no. Y324)

$7

A circa 1885 mint beauty product, nice whittle
(ref. no. DM189)

$6

A gem mint circa 1890 beauty product
(ref. no. DM224)

$6

An nice mini household product bottle with original lightning closure, circa 1885
(ref. no. SH183)

Sold

A circa 1885 round paneled bottle with tooled top
(ref. no. Y323)

Sold