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A very scarce pontiled lager - nice example that was

never in the ground but has minor lip issues

GW383

$650

Philly collectors - this is one of 4-5 known oval slug squats,

and one of the handful found in one privy several years back

3670

$600

This is a tougher Charleston soda in a dazzling color. The body is a vibrant

deep cobalt, but the color grades to midnight blue in the neck - c. 1850-1860

BT67

$425

A scarce circa 1850-1855 Philly soda with an iron pontil

GW585

$425

A tumble polished example that is clean

but retains some scaling and etch wear, not bad

SM42

$400

A super tough Philly squat in a funky fat lager shape,

with beautiful irridescent patina, circa 1850

2979

$365

This is the scarce earlier Conway variant with Union Glass Works

on the reverse, crude rectangular slug plate, circa 1850

GW324

$325

It took me 30 years to find a whole example

of this tough variant - and terrific condition

SM38

$325

A scarce late 1840's squat with crisp embossing

SH440

$320

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

SH496

$320

This is a scarce Tholey squat in really nice condition, circa 1850-1855

SM33

$300

Priced way down because of a crack, this is a recent find and seldom seen

T40

$285

A scarce pontiled Philly "Brown Stout", circa 1850-1855

GW390

$285

This example is a rich deep cobalt color, super nice

Circa 1855-1860

BT90

$285

An uncommon Philly squat with double

rectangular slug plates, circa 1850

SM32

$280

A crude example with a big sagging glob

of glass inside the neck, circa 1850-1860

BT12

$275

This is a very tough pontiled Philly squat

from the Danny Catherino collection, circa 1850-1855

3518

$270

This is the chunky sized squat with

robust iron pontil and character

GW343

$260

An uncommon earlier squat, circa 1845-1850.

Hard to find one without damage like this one

GW347

$250

Pared from my collection, this is the

very tough "no star" squat McCurdy

1922

$250

A gem mint snap case squat soda or stout,

very scarce - circa 1855-1860

GW410

$235

This is the uncommon green variant of the

Conway Bottler squat from Philly, Circa 1850

GW328

$225

This is a chunky, earlier example of this iron pontiled

Schoch squat, circa 1850, in superb condtion

GW312

$225

A scarce Philly squat, circa 1850-1855, in decent condition

SH437

$220

A super nice example of this variant Flanagen, circa 1855

BT13

$210

A classic smooth-based southern soda

GW531

$195

A whittled deep green example

GW196

$189

A near mint deep teal green example with a deep kickup pontil

GW369

$188

This is a scarce Philly pontiled squat, circa 1850-1855

SM22

$188

A scarce name for the Philly collection, small pony size

2706

$187

A deep green very heavy squat, circa 1850-1860

GA2

$180

A crude squat with rectangular slug plate, circa 1850-1855

SM24

$175

A chunky Philadelphia late lager from circa 1850-1855

Y775

$175

An uncommon wrap-around block lettered

Philly pontiled soda, circa 1855

3633

$170

A very tough name combo to find, circa 1850-1855

Y453

$165

An uncommon name for the Philly collector,

fresh dug, no damage

Y652

$165

A splendid example with heavy embossing

in a rectangular slug plate, circa 1850-1855

SM16

$160

This is an earlier fat boy squat with a nice pontil, circa 1850

SM17

$160

A very chunky iron pontiled midwestern soda with

crisp embossing and a lovely opalescent patina

BT7

$160

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

that is jagged, almost like an open pontil

Y460

$155

This is the shorter square-shouldered Ware squat, uncommon, circa 1855

2361

$155

A "This Bottle Never Sold" variant with a nice pontil scar, circa 1855

BT10

$148

This is a fat squat with a nice pontil, circa 1850-55

SM20

$135

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

This is a nice looking circa 1850 squat

GW373

$125

A light sapphire blue blob soda, circa 1880

GA9

$125

This is a chunky circa 1850 squat in

gem mint condition, deep forest green

GW412

$125

A hefty and crisply embossed circa 1850

pontiled squat within a rectangular slug.

1966

$115

A super crude quart sized Saratoga that just missed pontil -

thousands of seed bubbles

GW198

$100

An aqua midwestern soda, circa 1850-1860

CJ3

$99

An early smooth-based Erven variant, rarely seen

SH504

$95

A gem clean example, circa 1855

BT55

$95

Circa 1855, uncommon Philly squat

2895

$95

A splendid example of this uncommon Philly squat in a rich color

SH493

$92

This is the much scarcer 914 Filbert Street,

rather than the 44 Filbert Street variant

SM8

$88

A nice marbled character Saratoga,

large sized variant, gem mint condition

GW200

$82

This is a very pretty circa 1860-1870 Chicago soda,

priced down because of a minor flake inside the lip

BT87

$76

An uncommon squat that might have an

eroded pontil but selling as smooth-based

SM7

$70

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

SH191

$68

One of numerous variants of this pontiled soda, circa 1855

Y657

$65

"Registered According to Law" - great iron pontil

Y673

$59

One of numerous McLaughlin variants from about 1855-1860

Y773

$58

An uncommon south-central PA Civil War squat

GW293

$52

A fresh dug earlier smooth-based squat, circa 1860

Y487

$52

A deep chocolate tobacco colored example in nice condition

GW75

$49

This is the Elliot variant without the "& Ledlie", a Civil War period squat

GW518

$47

An uncommon Pennsylvania short soda, circa 1870

GW500

$39

Circa 1855, a Philly pontil soda

X1734

$37

A deep emerald teal, base embossed mineral water, circa 1880

TR202

$36

A circa 1855-1860 soda with a smooth base (or worn pontil)

T19

$29

One of the less common green sodas, circa 1865

Y791

$25

A circa 1870-1875 blob soda in near mint condition

GW499

$25

A decent 1865-1870 soda with the earlier Serif font

GW505

$24

 

 

A nice example of this circa 1880 Canadian bottle

GW583

$15

A tall mug-based hutch, circa 1890

X1925

$12

Circa 1875-1880 blob soda

Y350

$12

A hand tooled crown top bottle, circa 1900

LP82

$10

A narrow split type pony, a circa 1870 soda

DM329

$9

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

suitable as an example or for making a drinking glas

2762

$9

A pony sized blob soda, circa 1875-1880

SH74

$6

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This is the dated variant of this southern pontil soda

GW535

Sold

This is the earlier "long neck" block letter

Roussel blob soda, circa 1850-1855

Y868

Sold

Circa 1855 iron pontiled Philly soda

X1847

Sold

A chunky lager style with a bold mold impression, circa 1850-1855

SH524

Sold

Circa 1875 blob soda

Y345

Sold

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

GW109

Sold

An early circa 1840's Philly dug squat

Y872

Sold

An unusual peacock emerald green color on this crude southern soda

GW544

Sold

Circa 1850-1855, a medium cobalt soda with applied blob top

GW331

Sold

This is the earlier serif font variant in a deeper than usual green color

3578

Sold

A Civil War period sided blue soda in medium cobalt

GW388

Sold

This is a Richardson squat variant I had

never seen before, Civil War period

GW520

Sold

A cobalt example of the "no star" variant

of this circa 1850-1855 Philly soda

GW382

Sold

A steely deep midnight shade of cobalt with a great iron pontil

JX8

Sold

A chunky kelly green squat, rare in kelly green - circa 1860

T2

Sold

The squat is less common than the blob soda, circa 1860-1865

GW416

Sold

An attractive example of this scarcer southern squat

GW550

Sold

A splendid mint orange southern soda

GW545

Sold

A gem condition smooth-based southern soda

BT4

Sold