Whiskeys, Flasks, Spirits, Black Glass, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

If the prices on this page differ from those on the bottle-specific pages, take the lowest price! I often drop prices just on this page.

   
PHOTO
BOTTLE
(click on photo to go to page)
COMMENTS
REF NO.
PRICE
An orangish-yellow hued example produced by the Keene Glass Works. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
GW212
$250

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

GW202
$240
An attic found circa 1850 gin flask with paper label on one side and gold-painted label on the other - open pontiled. A one of a kind bottle.

LA279

$235

An olive-amber green pint flask produced by the Coventry Glass Works in CT. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
GW210
$185
One of the crudest and most character-filled bottles I've seen in some time. The glass is totally marbled and saggy on this light-catching light green gin, circa 1865-1870
LA147
$175
A circa 1800-1820 black glass spirits with squatty shape and flared bottom
GW201
$160
A moss green example produced by the Keene Glass Works. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
GW214
$135
A circa 1850 quart, open pontiled, attributed to the Dyottville Glass Works

KP44

On Hold

$128

This pint flask has a nice strike and a lovely opalescent patina, circa 1850

SH120

$122

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

SH151

$105

Exceptionally crude, circa 1810-1825 gin with saggy pig nose snout top. Open pontil bottom.

LA8

$99

This is a splendid example with a crisp strike and chunky tubular pontil. From A. R. Samuels, Philadelphia, circa 1845-1850

ET24

$96

A large quart Schnapps in a lighter lime-olive green, circa 1870
SH232
$87
A beautiful olive-toned amber quart schnapps bottle
SH229
$80
A massive foot tall and chunky green gin, mint condition
LA162
$80
This is a late 1800's tall and detailed bear, no embossing. These were made by Hummel and held liqueors
SH314
$80
A fat pint Schnapps in gem mint condition and a green-olive color, circa 1870-1875
SH302
$79
A black glass variant with heavy pontil, circa 1850

DY10

$79

Avery nice condition Peters picture gin, circa 1875-1880

LA239

$79

A deep olive green early example, circa 1850

FL328

$78

An open pontiled calabash, circa 1850

KP2

$69

Late 1700's or early 1800's rum type bottle, waist, giant pontil
FL265
$68
A really nice attic condition Geneva gin, circa 1890
LA268
$66
A gem mint attic found bottle with 2 full labels, very large size
LA270
$65
A deep appled green smaller sized Schnapps, mint condition
SH226
$62
A gem mint circa 1880 large gin with beveled corners
LA272
$59
A small size olive green Wolfe's, attic mint, circa 1880
SH227
$58

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

FL371
$52
A pretty example with nice whittle character, circa 1865-1870

DY13

$52

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

FL316
$52

A hefty small flask with applied handle

FL535
$50
A circa 1875 amber-olive gin
LA288
$49
A crude circa 1865-1870 heavy gin variant, great shape
LA149
$48
A heavy circa 1870-1880 gin, less common
LA134
$46

A crude circa 1830-1840 black glass cylinder with a tubular open pontil

KP65

$44

A gem mint hefty gin with a clover leaf on the bottom, crude, circa 1875
LA281

On Hold

$39

A near mint example of this circa 1890's whiskey cylinder

BM63

$37

A tapered round whiskey sample nip with a crude laid on top, circa 1880

DC277

$35

A circa 1865-1870 amber flask with a crude applied double collar top

SHXX

$34

A fancy square quart bar bottle with ribbed shoulders, circa 1890

BM60

$32

A really nice attic condition Geneva gin, circa 1880
LA252
$29
A gem mint hefty gin, crude, circa 1875
LA136
$28

A circa 1870-1880 honey colored flask with an applied double collar top

KP60

On Hold

$26

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

DM653

$23

A splendid mint tall spirits cylinder, circa 1890

BM65

$22

Circa 1880 quart sized gin in gem condition
LA18
$18
An attic found labeled Scotch bottle from the 1890's

BM66

$18

A chunky amber whiskey, circa 1885

NN31A

$17

A circa 1865-1870 aqua pint flask with an applied double collar top

NK21

$17

A splendid mint square quart with ribbed shoulders and qualited neck, circa 1890

BM64

$17

A circa 1890's whiskey cylinder

BM61

$16

Circa 1800-1820 large free-blown chestnut flask that is exceptional because it has a bizarre color gradient, very long neck, and super crude laid on flare top

LA49

Sold

A light teal calabash with great impression and robust iron pontil with full residue, gem mint condition

KP6

Sold

A pretty honey hued olive amber pint, pontiled, circa 1825-1835
SH317
Sold
This is an iron pontiled circa 1855 calabash flask

KP3

Sold

This small flask was likely produced by the Keene Glass Works. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
SH256
Sold

A teal green open pontiled pint, circa 1845

GW144

Sold

A splendid deeper Sapphire example, with a 2" crack

GW142

Sold