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Here is a really tough Savannah soda in a pretty reddish toned amber.

Great condition and nice mold strike.

PL35

On Hold

$490

This is a very tough pontiled midwestern soda in a splendid deep cobalt

Circa 1850-1855 with a longish neck and applied taper

BT57

$460

A block letter porter in a deep grass green color (Butler, 10-134)

John Ryan adopted blue as his standard, and

green variants are much tougher

PL17

$450

Here is one of the tougher Ryan sodas to track down. a

It's an exceptionally nice example with a bold mold impression,

rich and deep cobalt color, and loads of embossing

PL9

$395

Wow, the color on this is steller - a rich and deep purplish

cobalt. Top notch condition southern soda (ginger ale)

PL3

$320

This has large wrap-around open block lettering and

an applied tapered blob top, circa 1855

GW818

$299

This is an attic found example of a pretty tough

Philly squat, circa 1850-1855

SM34

$290

Here's the 1859 dated example in a rich deep true

cobalt color and the uncommon tapered tent top

 

GW541

On Hold

$290

A character-filled circa 1850-1855

New York green pontiled soda

BT94

On Hold

$290

This is the dated variant of this southern pontil soda

GW536

$275

This is one of the scarcer Ryan *ALE* bottles in cobalt blue

PL26

$275

A deep cobalt example with a great mold strike and bubbly crudity

GW816

$275

A scarce southern squat with an applied tapered blob.

Circa 1860-1870

PL46

$270

This circa 1860-1865 soda has open block letter wrapping.

It's a tougher blue soda to find and in

near mint condition, nice embossing

BT59

$260

The pontiled Kornahrens soda is scarce and rarely seen for sale in blue.

This example is a cornflower blue color variant that I've never seen anywhere.

Embossing is in a rectangular slug plate, and the top is an applied taper.

PL59

$230

A decent example of the sloped shoulder

lager variant Kohl, circa 1850-1855

Y683

$225

A crude Civil War era steely cobalt soda from eastern Penna.

SH497

$220

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

SH523

$198

A classic earlier Charleston soda with a long neck

and a lovely olive-hued forest green.

No damage but priced down due to ground wear.

PL57

On Hold

$180

This is a tougher name to find, and a splendid example.

BT71

$175

From the Neil Moore Saratoga collection, here is a heavily whittled

emerald green quart in splendid condition

GW610

$175

An uncommon Augusta Ryan

GW534

$170

This is a very heavy and boldly embossed example

of this circa 1850-1860 mineral water

BT72

On Hold

$150

A splendid mint example in a rich true deep green. Nice charactar

SW4

$125

A nicely whittled apricot mineral water with great mold strike

and loads of micro bubble character

GW199

$110

A deep reddish amber colored soda or

mini split beer, circa 1880

GW543

$98

A light sapphire blue blob soda, circa 1880

GA9

$95

A circa 1840 short squat with backward S errors

SH555

$95

A super nice example of this uncommon Civil War era

squat from Bristol, a Delaware River town

GW296

$84

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

GW521

$79

From the Neil Moore collection auctioned in late 2023,

here is a splendid example of this classic Empire (E) Saratoga

GX33

$72

A deep green circa 1860-1865 New Jersey squat

Y687

$59

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

GW497

$54

A splendid miniature beer or soda, English, with an inside threaded

original top. Attic mint in grassy olive green

GW918

$53

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

SH191

$44

A very pretty eastern Pennsylvania soda or ale - circa 1860-1870

L51

$42

An unusual picnic sized hutch - not many of these are

from the mid-Atlantic area

NJ32
$39

A crude, bubbly and gem mint Congress & Empire

mineral water, circa 1870

L149

$32

This is the taper top squat variant, circa 1865-1875

Y327

$25

A nice example with original wire cork seal bail

SH305

$15

A cute little blob top mineral water

from England, circa 1880-1890

GW919

$13

An attic mint circa 1890 blob top soda

TR195

$12

A hand tooled crown top bottle, circa 1900

LP81

$10

An earlier southeast PA hutch
RP30

$10

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This bottle has so much going for it! A scarce southern ginger ale

in a possibly unique peacock emerald green color.

Great shape and great mold impression.

PL51

Sold

From the Neil Moore Saratoga collection,

here is a heavily hammered quart

in yellowish tobacco - mint condition

GW611

Sold

A whittled deep green example

GW196

Sold

A scarcer variant of the Ryan Excelsior that has "John Ryan" embossed

horizontally instead of arched. Robust iron pontil, circa 1855

PL7

Sold

A super tough southern Civil War soda from South Carolina

in great condition. The color is very pretty - a lighter purplish

cobalt blue. Nice mold impression, crudity. and glass character.

PL20

Sold

A scarce and sought after southern soda with an especially long neck

and an applied blob top - crude, circa 1865

PL19

Sold

A nice example of this Georgia eagle soda, circa 1850-1860

PL21

Sold

A striking example with a nice mold impression and a terrific iron pontil

GW819

Sold

A pretty Saratoga type mineral water in a very pretty emerald-olive color

SW15

Sold

A Civil War period southern NJ glass house soda

GW523

Sold

An unusual colored pint example - citron hued olive amber, circa 1875

BT63

Sold

This example has a deep cobalt color, circa 1850-1860

GW58

Sold

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

priced down because of a minor flake inside the lip

BT87

Sold

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

SH552

Sold

A deep purplish cobalt southern soda

GW547

SSold

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

GW549

Sold

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

GW551

Sold

A super hammered and bubbly Saratoga in deep old honey amber

GW78

Sold

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