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A very scarce pontiled lager - nice example that was

never in the ground but has minor lip issues

GW383

$690

A tumble polished example that is clean

but retains some scaling and etch wear, not bad

SM42

$425

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

GW407

$395

This is the super tough Philly name to acquire -

not many exist. Nice condition overall

SM40

$360

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

3449

$360

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

BT16

$330

This is a nice dated southern pontil soda with wrap-around block lettering

GW540

$320

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

1955

$310

This is the dated variant of this southern pontil soda

GW536

$310

This is an attic found example of a pretty tough Philly squat, circa 1850-1855

SM34

$310

This is a deep cornflower hued blue squatty southern

bottle with wrap-around block lettering

GW539

$295

This is the chunky and scarcer "4 lines" of embossing variant Duross

SM35

$295

A crude example with a big sagging glob

of glass inside the neck, circa 1850-1860

BT12

$290

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

2381

$270

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

2254

$250

An uncommon earlier squat, circa 1845-1850.

Hard to find one without damage like this one

GW347

$250

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

GW332

$230

A classic blue Phillysquat that just missed being pontiled,

marked way down because of a few issues

2891

$230

This is one of several variant Kirschenmann squats from Philadelphia

SM31

$225

A gem condition smooth-based southern soda

BT6

$225

A decent example of the sloped shoulder lager variant Kohl, circa 1850-1855

Y683

$225

A splendid apple olive green in larger pint size, circa 1875-1885

SH523

$220

An uncommon Augusta Ryan

GW534

$220

This bottle was produced by William B. Emmerick, circa 1850-55

SM29

$210

An apple green example of this heavy squat - Dyottville Glassworks variant

SM28

$210

A splendid attic mint, crude example, circa 1850-1855

GW586

$210

A deep purplish cobalt southern soda

GW547

$200

A hefty and crisply embossed circa 1850 pontiled

squat within a rectangular slug

Y418

$195

A super crude blue-green example, very chunky, circa 1850-1855

SM19

$180

A circa 1855 Philly iron pontiled squat

SM27

$175

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

Y670

$175

This is the McCurdy with the flower on the shoulder

and full address, circa 1850-1855

SM23

$170

A fabulous condition example of the Brown Stout

variant Dyottville soda, circa 1850

GW417

On Hold

$165

This is the short squat variant, circa 1850-1855

SM36

$165

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

GW311

$160

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

NJ13

$160

This is an uncommon pony sized pontiled soda, circa 1850's

SH442

$150

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

Y512

$145

An uncommon pontiled soda, circa 1850-1855

2080

$145

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

Y682

$140

A splendid apple-olive colored small size example, circa 1865-1875

SH552

$135

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

SW12

$98

A richly whittled example with a robust iron pontil, circa 1850-1855

SM14

$95

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

BT56

$95

A circa 1840 short squat with backward S errors

SH555

$95

A splendid condition example of this uncommon brown stout, circa 1855-1960

SM11

$92

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

2100

$86

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

Y636

$85

One of the many Richardson squats in great condition, Civil War era

GW521

$79

A classic block letter blob soda, pontiled, circa 1855

Y428

$78

A super nice example of this uncommon Civil War era

squat from Bristol, a Delaware River town

GW296

$84

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

$67

This is the 2-line embossing variant, circa 1855-1860

SM5

$66

This is the earlier "long neck" block letter Roussel soda,

priced down due to a very slight lip flake

Y867

$65

One of numerous McLaughlin variants from about 1855-1860

Y518

$62

Less common than the star-Andrews-Johnston,

this Philly soda dates to about 1855

X1898

$62

A deep green circa 1860-1865 New Jersey squat

Y687

$59

A super nice example of this south-central PA Civil War squat

GW294

$58

One of numerous variants of this pontiled soda, circa 1855

Y657

$58

An uncommon W.G. Hain (not Adam Hain) with monogram, circa 1875-1880

GW497

$54

A circa 1855 earlier variant Twitchell with Hat Top Green Soda

Y671

$49

A Civil War period southern NJ glass house soda

GW523

$48

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

Y427

$45

An uncommon Pennsylvania shorty with a

picture of a horseshoe, circa 1870-1875

GW503

$45

An excellent example of a totally black glass color variant

GW74

$40

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

Y501

$40

A circa 1860 lager or stout in deep aqua, just missed pontil

MJ9

$39

Circa 1855, a Philly pontil soda

X1725

$39

A south central Pennsylvania short soda, circa 1870-1880

GW502

$36

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

$36

Circa 1875-1885 blob soda

Y349

$35

This is a circa 1865 green blob top soda

X1923

$35

A fresh privy dug squat, circa 1850

Y462

$32

A Philly squat produced at a New Jersey glass house, circa 1860-1865

Y483

$30

A fresh dug Philadelphia green squat, circa 1860

Y576

$28

A nice circa 1865-1870 aqua squat

SM1

$28

A sloped shoulder variant of this class circa 1860-1865 soda

T20

$28

A circa 1875 short squat with applied blob top

SH308

$23

A circa 1870 square shouldered soda

Y370

$22

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

SH331

$20

An earlier southeast PA hutch
RP30

$16

Circa 1870-1875 short blob

Y6

$16

A nice example with original wire cork seal bail

SH305

$15

A circa 1890 aqua hutch with block letter embossing

SH470

$14

An attic mint circa 1890 blob top soda

TR195

$12

An earlier 1880's hutch in deep aqua

SH309

$12

Circa 1890 Long Island Hutch Soda

LP114

$12

A fresh dug circa 1870 aqua blob top soda

Y625

$10

A hand tooled crown top bottle, circa 1900

LP81

$10

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

suitable as an example or for making a drinking glass

2328

$8

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A classic cobalt blue hutch soda, circa 188-1890

GW387

Sold

A deep purplish cobalt with heavy embossing strike, circa 1865-1875

GW549

Sold

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

SH304

Sold

A dated southern soda priced down for the slightest lip wear

GW533

Sold

The Sloan Brown Stout is uncommon,

and I've never seen this Bridgeton Glass Works example

SH503

Sold

A super nice blue-green example of this fat Civil War era squat

SM4

Sold

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

This is great example of the one variant.

1575

Sold

A heavy iron pontil on this southern brown stout, circa 1850-1860

GW551

Sold

A rough example of a truly rare color variant, circa 1860

Y815

Sold

A deep cobalt blob top soda with iron pontil, circa 1850-1860

CJ4

Sold

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

BT5

Sold

A splendid example with crisp mold strike and super clean

GW411

Sold

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

GW56

Sold

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

3425

Sold

This is one of the rare small early sodas with short taper, circa 1845

Priced down because of two base flakes but really nice overall

SH432

Sold

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

GW381

Sold

A nice display example of a super rare pontiled PA soda - complete but reglued

SH444

Sold

An early circa 1840's Philly dug squat

Y634

Sold

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

seldom seen and offered for sale

BT14

Sold

And earlier very deep green M'Farland with taper top

BT18

Sold

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

but priced down for a crack in the top

GW386

Sold

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

3561

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

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