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Auctioneer Glass Works Auctions 609-483-2683
Auction Date Nov 07 Auction
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P.O. Box 38
Lambertville, NJ
Time 10:00PM
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Glass Works Auctions


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Part II of the Bob Ferraro Collection


Closes November 7th, 2016 @ 10 pm


Opens for bidding October 24th



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49.  “BERKSHIRE BITTERS - AMANN & CO / CINCINNATI, O.”, (Ring/Ham, B-81), Ohio, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium amber shading to a deeper amber in the feet and snout, 9 1/4” long, smooth base, applied mouth. Some areas of wear exist. Also a tiny flake is off the side of the lip. This is the short fat variant. Purchased from Rick Meyer in 1971.

(Min. Bid: $1,200)    Est.: $2,500 - 3,500

 

50.  “BOURBON WHISKEY / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, B-171), Massachusetts, ca. 1865 - 1875, light pinkish topaz barrel, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Pristine perfect condition, plenty of seed bubbles and good glass whittle. Rare and exciting light color, probably as good as any we’ve seen! Purchased from Glass Works Auctions #45 in 1996.

(Min. Bid: $2,500)    Est.: $3,500 - 5,500

 

51.  “BROWN’S / CELEBRATED / INDIAN HERB BITTERS - PATENTED / 1868”, (Ring/Ham, B-225), Pennsylvania, ca. 1868 - 1875, medium yellow amber with olive tone Indian Princess, 12”h, smooth base, inward rolled lip. Great example, good color. Purchased from Glass Works Auctions #47 in 1997.

(Min. Bid: $1,200)    Est.: $2,500 - 3,500

 

52. “CHAS. NICHOLS JR & CO. PROPS / LOWELL, MASS. / DR. CHANDLER’S / JAMAICA GINGER / ROOT / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, C-127), Massachusetts, ca. 1875 - 1885, light to medium yellowish lime green barrel, 10”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Pristine perfect condition, great impression and a number of tiny air bubbles. You are bidding on a very rare and desirable bottle. Possibly only five or six known examples with this one possibly being the best! Ex Carlyn Ring Collection. Purchased from Jim Hagenbuch in 1995.

(Min. Bid: $10,000)   Est.: $15,000 - 20,000

 

53.  “PATENT APPLIED FOR / FAVORITE BITTERS / POWELL & STUTENROTH”, (Ring/Ham, F-6), Illinois, ca. 1868 - 1875, amber barrel, 9 1/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition. Morris Powell and Charles Stutenroth were in Naperville, Illinois.  Of the two “Favorite Bitters” barrels this is the earlier one. After the patent was received a new mold was made to include the word Peoples. Both bottles are extremely rare making it a real challenge to own both. Purchased from Glass Works Auctions, ‘The Dr. Burton Spiller Collection’, in 2000.

(Min. Bid: $8,000)    Est.: $15,000 - 30,000

 

54. “SOL FRANK’S - PANACEA / BITTERS - FRANK HAYMAN & RHINE - SOLE PROPRIETORS - NEW YORK”, (Ring/Ham, F-79), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium amber lighthouse, 10 1/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Lightly cleaned to pristine condition. Plenty of glass whittle, full of air bubbles and good impression! As nice as any we’ve sold. Purchased from Jim Hagenbuch in 1994.

(Min. Bid: $1,500)    Est.: $2,500 - 4,500

 

55. “GREELEY’S BOURBON / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham G-101), Massachusetts, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellowish topaz barrel, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. A tiny flake is off the outer edge of the lip. Perfect condition, unusual color! Purchased from Jim Mayfield in 1972.

(Min. Bid: $400)       Est.: $700 – 900

 

56.  “GREELEY’S / BOURBON WHISKEY / BITTERS / GREELEY’S”, (Ring/Ham G-102), Massachusetts, ca. 1865 - 1875, deep strawberry puce (approaching amethyst) barrel, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth. About perfect (a pinhead in size flake is off the top edge of the lip). Deep pure puce color! Purchased from Mike Stuckey in 1975.

(Min. Bid: $700)       Est.: $1,200 - 1,600

 

57.  Unembossed Barrel, American, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium copper color, 9 3/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition.

(Min. Bid: $200)       Est.: $375 – 475

 

58.  “E.E. HALL NEW HAVEN / E.E. HALL’S / BITTERS / ESTABLISHED 1842”, (Ring/Ham, H-10), Connecticut, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium yellow with olive tone barrel, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied lip. Perfect condition. Purchased from Pacific Glass Auctions, #23 in 2000.

(Min. Bid: $275)       Est.: $400 – 600

 

59.  “HORSE SHOE MEDICINE CO. / (running horse) / COLLINSVILLE / ILLS. - HORSE SHOE BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, H-189), Illinois, ca. 1880 - 1890, reddish amber center shading to yellow amber figural horseshoe, 8 7/8”h, “PATENT APPLIED FOR” on smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition. This is fairly rare, and is one of the more unusual of the true figural bitters bottles. Purchased in 2004 from George Piasecki from his eBay auction.

(Min. Bid: $3,500)    Est.: $7,000 - 10,000

 

60.  “KELLEY’S / OLD CABIN / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1863 - KELLY’S / OLD CABIN / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, K-21), New York, ca. 1863 - 1870, medium amber cabin, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. It appears that the top edge of the lip has been slightly polished, possibly to remove some minor roughness, otherwise perfect.

(Min. Bid: $700)       Est.: $1,500 - 2,500

 

61.  “DINGENS / NAPOLEON COCKTAIL BITTERS - DINGENS BROTHERS / BUFFALO, N.Y.”, (Ring/Ham, N-3), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellowish green figural drum, 10 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition, great impression and full iron pontil. It also has some extra glass extrusions along the mold seams. Of the few known colors that the Napoleon ‘drum’ comes in the green examples are easily the most attractive and most desirable. Purchased in 2003 from Glass Works Auctions #65.

(Min. Bid: $8,000)    Est.: $12,000 - 16,000

 

62.  “OLD SACHEM / BITTERS / AND / WIGWAM TONIC”, (Ring/Ham, O-45), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, bluish aqua barrel, 10 1/4”h, open pontil, applied mouth. A number of in manufacturing crazing lines are in the neck. A tiny flake is off the top of the lip. A patch of olive color is on the right side of the embossing. Old Sachem Bitters are available in a lot of interesting colors, making them one of the most popular of all the barrel form bitters bottles. Among these barrels the bluish aqua examples are the hardest to find. Please note, this is the larger size variant. Purchased in 2005 from Glass Works Auctions #56.

(Min. Bid: $3,500)    Est.: $5,000 - 7,000

 

63.  “OLD SACHEM / BITTERS / AND / WIGWAM TONIC”, (Ring/Ham, O-46), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, light pinkish puce with topaz tone barrel, 9 3/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. A few spots of very light content stain exists. Crude pebbly glass and in a very light pleasing to the eye color! For those of you who collect barrels or Sachem’s in general you know how hard it is to get the lighter colors.  Purchased from Pacific Glass Auction in 2002.

(Min. Bid: $1,500)    Est.: $3,500 - 4,500

 

64.  “OLD SACHEM / BITTERS / AND / WIGWAM TONIC”, (Ring/Ham, O-46), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, medium pinkish puce barrel, 9 3/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Lightly cleaned to its original luster, but retains some very minor imperfections. Nice color, looks great in any lighting. Purchased from Dave Goad in 1971.

(Min. Bid: $500)       Est.: $1,500 - 2,500

 

65.  “OLD SACHEM / BITTERS / AND / WIGWAM TONIC”, (Ring/Ham, O-46), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, yellowish amber barrel, 9 3/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. About perfect. Some glass whittle and totally full of trapped air bubbles several of which are on the surface. Purchased from Dick Judge in 1970.

(Min. Bid: $275)       Est.: $400 – 550

 

66.  Pineapple, “J.F.L. CAPITAL BITTERS” (on the base inside the iron pontil), (Ring/Ham C-40), American, ca. 1860 - 1865, medium amber pineapple, 9 3/8”h, red iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. The only pineapple bottle with the word ‘Bitters’ embossed on it! Ex. Carlyn Ring Collection. Purchased from Jim Hagenbuch, in 1995.

(Min. Bid: $800)       Est.: $1,400 - 1,800

 

67.  Pineapple, “W & CO / N.Y.”, (Ring/Ham P-100), American, ca. 1860 - 1870, deep yellow olive pineapple, 8 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. This is a very rare and unusual color for a pineapple. This bottle was in the Elmer Smith Collection which we auctioned in 1993, and have not seen one like it since! Purchased in 1993 from Glass Works Auctions, #60.

(Min. Bid $2,500)     Est.: $4,000 - 6,000

 

68.  “W & CO / N.Y.” Pineapple Biters, (Ring/Ham P-100), American, ca. 1860 - 1870, deep olive green pineapple, 8 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition, pure green lacking any trace of amber. Purchased from Gary Kothera in 1976.

(Min. Bid: $1,800)    Est.: $2,500 - 4,500

 

69.  “W & CO / N.Y.” Pineapple Biters, (Ring/Ham P-100), American, ca. 1860 - 1870, medium grass green pineapple, 8 5/8”h, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. Very rare and unusual shade of pure green color. Ex. Elmer Smith Collection. Purchased in 2001 from Glass Works Auctions, #60.

(Min. Bid: $3,000)    Est.: $6,000 - 8,000

 

70.  “DR. C.W. ROBACK’S / STOMACH BITTERS / CINCINNATI, O.”, (Ring/Ham R-73), Ohio, ca. 1865 - 1870, medium amber barrel, 10”h, red iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition, highly whittled glass, and in a somewhat lighter color.

(Min. Bid: $400)       Est.: $700 – 900

 

71.  “DR. C.W. ROBACKS / STOMACH BITTERS / CINCINNATI, 0.”, (Ring/Ham, R-74), Ohio, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium yellow green or citron barrel, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. About perfect (a tiny chip is off the forth ring from the base below the label panel). Extremely rare and possibly unique color! Most all of the small size Robacks barrels are in various shades of amber. This is a truly spectacular bottle and a ‘must have’ for any collector of barrel bitters! Acquired from Jeff Burkhardt in a trade at the 2008 FOHBC Expo in York, Pennsylvania.

(Min. Bid: $5,000)    Est.: $8,000 - 12,000

 

72.  “SIMON’S CENTENNIAL BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, S-110.5), Pennsylvania, ca. 1875 - 1880, bluish aqua bust of George Washington, 10 3/4”h, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. It is believed that this bottle was the prototype to lot 23. With the exception of the pontil scarred base, the lacking of the ‘Trade Mark’ embossing and a slightly longer neck, it is identical to lot 23. Obviously this bottle is unique as only one prototype would have been needed.  Ex Joe Wood Collection. Purchased from Glass Works Auctions #28 in 1993.

(Min. Bid: $1,500)    Est.: $2,500 - 4,500

 

73.  “SUFFOLK BITTERS - PHILBROOK & TUCKER / BOSTON”, (Ring/Ham, S-217), Massachusetts, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium yellow olive shading to almost clear in the pig’s feet, 10” long, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Pristine condition, brilliant highly desirable color! Purchased from Jim Mitchell in 1975.

(Min. Bid: $2,500)    Est.: $4,000 - 6,000

 

74.  “BEISER & FISHER / N.Y.”, (Denzin, BEI-21), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber shading to a more yellow amber pig, 9 1/4” long, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Areas of wear and scratches exist on both sides and the belly. Andrew Beiser and Fisher were listed as ‘rectifiers’ in an 1870 New York City Directory. Purchased from Russell Evitt in 1971.

(Min. Bid: $350)       Est.: $600 – 800

 

75.  “BENNETT & CARROL / 120 WOOD ST. / PITTSBURGH”, (Denzin, BEN-31), Pennsylvania, ca. 1855 - 1865, medium yellow with a hint of olive amber barrel, 9 5/8”h, red iron pontil, applied mouth. An area of minor stain is on the reverse label panel. Some glass whittle and seed bubbles. Very desirable, especially to the Pittsburgh and barrel collectors. Purchased from Jim Sutherland in 1972.

(Min. Bid: $800)       Est.: $1,500 - 2,500

 

76.  “GOOD OLD BOURBON / IN A HOGS” (pointing arrow), (Denzin, GOO-31), American, ca. 1885 - 1900, amber pig, 6 5/8” long, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition. Purchased from Jim Cope in 1970.

(Min. Bid: $250)       Est.: $400 – 600

 

77.  “C.F. KNAPP / PHILADA”, (on the base), (Denzin, KNA-11), Pennsylvania, ca. 1890 - 1910, clear glass pig, 4” long, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition.

(Min. Bid: $50)         Est.: $120 – 160

 

78.  “DUFFY” / (Rooster standing on a crescent moon) / ”CRESCENT / SALOON / 214 / JEFFERSON / STREET / LOUISVILLE, / KY”, (Denzin, DUF-21), Kentucky, ca. 1860 - 1875, bluish aqua pig, 7 1/2” long, smooth base, rough sheared unfinished lip. Perfect condition, hard to find color.  Purchased from Glass Works Auctions in 1997, #48 lot 173.

(Min. Bid: $1,000)    Est.: $2,000 - 3,000

 

79.  “I. NELSON’S / OLD BOURBON / MAYSVILLE, KY.”, (Denzin, NEL-21), Kentucky, ca. 1865 - 1875, olive yellow barrel, 7 3/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. A tiny flake is off the outside edge of the lip. Identical to lot 23 except in an extremely rare color! Purchased from Glass Works Auctions, 2006, auction #76.

(Min. Bid: $2,500)    Est.: $4,000 - 6,000

 

80.  “ROBINSON & LORD / 88 & 90 / LOMBARD ST. / BALTIMORE”, (Denzin, ROB-11), Maryland, ca. 1855 - 1865, reddish amber barrel, 10”h, iron pontil, applied mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off the outer edge of the lip that we mention only for accuracy. One of only a very few known examples! Purchased from Lou Lambert in 2000.

(Min. Bid: $2,500)    Est.: $4,000 - 6,000

 

81.  “TURNER BROTHERS / NEW YORK”, (Denzin, TUR-13), New York, ca. 1860 - 1870, medium yellowish green barrel, 10 1/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. About perfect. Some glass whittle, plenty of seed bubbles, rare and unusual shade of green color, scarce ‘small’ letter variant. From the original collection of the King himself Charles Gardner! Purchased at the Charles Gardner auction, November 1975, lot 2337.

(Min. Bid: $1,500)    Est.: $2,500 - 4,500

 

82.  “W. WOLF / PITTSBURGH”, (Denzin, WOL-11), Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1870, medium sapphire blue barrel, 8”h, red iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. Some in making neck crazing lines. Great clarity of glass, plenty of whittle. For many years this was the only known example. Several years ago a second example was discovered and sold at auction. This is Bob’s favorite bottle, and was given a prominent position sitting in the center of his back lit display cases. Purchased at the Charles Gardner auction, November 1975, lot 2269.

(Min. Bid: $5,000)    Est.: $10,000 - 15,000

 

83.  “BLAKE & HALL’S / OLD BOURBON / WHISKEY / 1856 / GREENUP. KY”. (unlisted), Kentucky, ca. 1865 - 1875, deep olive yellow barrel, 7 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition. Extremely rare, possibly unique as no auction record exists. Crude pebbly glass, plenty of bubbles. Identical in form to the I. Nelson and W. Wolf barrels. Purchased from Reggie Lynch in 2005.

(Min. Bid: $2,500)    Est.: $4,000 - 7,000

 

84.  Unembossed Figural Pig Bottle, (unlisted), American, ca. 1890 - 1910, fiery opalescent milk glass with red, green, blue, turquoise and pink overall splotch pattern, 5 1/2” long, smooth base, tooled lip, the ears and the snout have been hand formed, the four feet are missing or possibly never existed. Very unusual and probably very rare! Purchased from Jack Pellitier in 2009 at a Heckler Columbus Day sale.

(Min. Bid: $250)       Est.: $400 – 600

 

85.  “A.M. BININGER & CO / NO 19 BROAD ST NEW YORK.”, (Denzin, BIN-44), New York, ca. 1860 - 1870, medium yellowish amber handled urn, 9”h, smooth base, tooled inward folded lip, applied handle. Pristine condition, fine impression, better than average color. The most attractive of the four handled Bininger whiskies. One of the ‘grand slams’ of handled Bininger bottles. Purchased from Glass Works Auctions in 2006,

(Min. Bid: $2,000)    Est.: $4,000 - 6,000

 

86.  “A.M. BININGER & CO / NO 19 BROAD ST NEW YORK.”, (Denzin, BIN-45), New York, ca. 1860 - 1870, yellow amber urn, 9 7/8”h, smooth base, tooled flared out lip. Pristine perfect condition, no trace of wear and plenty of yellow. As nice as any we’ve seen! Ex. Charles Gardner Collection, lot 25. Purchased from Mike Stuckey in 1977.

(Min. Bid: $2,000)    Est.: $4,000 - 6,000

 

87.  “A.M. BININGER & CO / NO. 375 BROADWAY, N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-52), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, light to medium topaz, 10”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Near perfect condition. Very rare color, thousands of seed bubbles throughout, several of which have tiny surface openings. Purchased from Jeff Noordsy in 2009 at a Hecklers Columbus Day Sale.

(Min. Bid: $350)       Est.: $600 – 800

 

88.  (Lot of 2) “A.M. BININGER & CO. / NO. 19 BROAD ST. N.Y. - OLD LONDON DOCK - GIN”, (Denzin, BIN-33), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium grass green and amber, 8” and 8 1/8”h, smooth bases, applied tapered collar mouths. The amber bottle has a tiny flake off a corner at the base. The green example has a 3/8” by 1/8” chip/bruise off the side of the lip. Also a number of scratches. Purchased from the Dowells in 1972.

(Min. Bid: $150)       Est.: $250 – 350

 

89.  “BININGER’S / “NIGHT CAP” / NO. 19 / BROAD ST, N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-34), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, amber flask, 8”h, open pontil, applied collar mouth has internal screw threads to receive a glass stopper which is missing. A 1/2” by 1/4” open bubble is on the reverse side. Rarely seen lip finish. Purchased from George Piasceki in 2005.

(Min. Bid: $250)       Est.: $375 – 475

 

90. “BININGER’S / TRAVELER’S GUIDE / A. M. BININGER & CO / NO. 19 BROAD ST. N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-46), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellowish amber teardrop flask, 6 3/4”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition, nice shading of color and no trace of wear, which is pretty remarkable when considering that the flask never stood upright. Purchased from Jan Seneker in 1971.

(Min. Bid: $250)       Est.: $400 – 700

 

91.  “BININGER’S / DAY DREAM / A.M. BININGER & CO. / NO. 19 BROAD ST. N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-39), New York, ca. 1860 - 1865, amber globular form, 7 3/4”h, open pontil, applied handle and tapered collar mouth. A 1 1/4” by 3/8” repair is located on the neck below the upper handle attachment. There are four handled Bininger bottles needed to complete the ‘grand slam’. Of these four the Day Dream is easily the rarest. Purchased from Jack Pelletier at the 2008 FOHBC Show in York, Pennsylvania.

(Min. Bid: $1,200)    Est.: $2,500 - 3,500

 

92.  “A.M. BININGER & CO. / NO. 375 BROADWAY, N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-52), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium topaz color, 9 3/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A tiny flake is off the top edge of the lip, and a few light scratches. Crude highly whittled glass, very rare, pleasing color. Looking to add something special to the Bininger part of your collection? Here’s your chance! Purchased from Jan Seneker.

(Min. Bid: $400)       Est.: $700 – 900

 

93.  “A.M. BININGER & CO. / NO. 375 BROADWAY, N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-52), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, lemon yellow, 9 7/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Nice example, full of seed bubbles, and in a rare and highly desirable color! Like lot 92 if you are looking to add good color, don’t let this one get away! Purchased from Jan Seneker.

(Min. Bid: $400)       Est.: $700 – 900

 

94.  “BININGER’S OLD TIMES / FAMILY RYE - DISTILLED IN 1848 - A.M. BININGER & CO. / NO. 19 BROAD ST. N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-42), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellow green, 9 3/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth, 50% original label. Perfect condition. Extremely rare, one of only a very few having the No. 18 address! Purchased from Frank Ritz, Jr. at the 2010 Las Vegas Bottle Show.

(Min. Bid: $1,500)    Est.: $2,500 - 3,500

 

95.  “BININGER’S OLD TIMES / FAMILY RYE - DISTILLED IN 1848 - A.M. BININGER & CO. / NO. 19 BROAD ST. N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-42), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellowish amber, 10”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth.  Lightly cleaned to its original luster and near perfect condition. This is an extremely rare color for a Family Rye that when seen is usually in green.

(Min. Bid: $1,500)    Est.: $2,500 - 3,500

 

96.  “DISTILLED IN 1848 / OLD KENTUCKY / BOURBON / 1849 / RESERVE / A.M. BININGER & CO. 338 BROADWAY, N.Y.”, (Denzin, BIN-25), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, amber barrel, 8”h, open pontil, applied double collar mouth. A tiny chip is off a lower ring, otherwise perfect.

(Min. Bid: $180)       Est.: $250 - 350




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