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Auctioneer Glass Works Auctions 609-483-2683
Auction Date Aug 21 Auction
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P.O. Box 38
Lambertville, NJ
Time 10:00PM
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Glass Works Auctions

presents at absentee auction

The ‘Dog Days of August’

Potpourri Auction

 

Closing over two days

Part 1 (Lots 1 thru 200) Closes August 21st, 2017

Part 2 (Lots 201 thru 400) Closes August 22nd, 2017

Opens for bidding August 14th

 

Click here to view the auction, register and bid!

 

 

(Minimum Bid)                                                                   (Estimated Value)

1.  Self Mounted on Wood Copper Plate, ‘Presented to Agent / No 1, Avery Lord Utica, N.Y. / by Geyser Spring Co.’ (all in script), New York, ca. 1865 - 1880, 8” wide by 3 3/8” high. Excellent condition!. A great go-with if you have the bottle!

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

2.  “THE McDERMOTT CO / BOTTLERS / FAYWOOD, HOT SPRINGS / N. MEX.”, New Mexico, ca. 1890 - 1900, aqua half-gallon, 10 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled blob mouth.

($30.00)                                                                                      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

3.  “LYNCH & CLARKE / NEW YORK”, (Tucker, C-2-B type 1), New York, ca. 1825 - 1835, deep yellowish olive green pint, improved pontil, applied double collar mouth. A 1/4” by 1/8” chip off the outer edge of the lip has been partially buffed out. Plenty of trapped air bubbles in this one.

 ($150.00)                                                             ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

4.  “JOHN CLARKE / NEW YORK”, (Tucker, C-5-B-1), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, deep olive amber pint, improved pontil, applied double collar mouth. A 3/4” by 1/4” ‘rainbow’ type bruise is on the inside edge of the lip.  Also some area of scratches.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

5.  “CLARKE & CO / NEW YORK”, (Tucker, C-9-A type 4), New York, ca. 1845 - 1855, medium blue green pint, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. About perfect.

($120.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

6.  “CLARKE & WHITE / NEW YORK.”, (Tucker, C-10-B-3), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, olive green quart, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. A tiny flake is off the side of the mouth. Plenty of air bubbles, somewhat lighter color than most.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

7.  “CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING CO / HOTCHKISS’ SONS. / C / NEW-YORK / SARATOGA, N.Y. - CONGRESS / WATER”, (Tucker, C-17-A), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, deep emerald green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off the outer edge of the lip, otherwise perfect.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

8.  “CONGRESS SPRING CO S S N Y” (on the base), (Tucker, C-22), New York, ca. 1870 - 1885, blue green, 5 1/2”h, 2 7/8” mouth diameter, smooth base, sheared and tooled rim. It appears that the top of the lip has been ground down possibly to remove chipping, some of which can still be seen. Highly whittled glass and plenty of seed bubbles.

($120.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

9.  “D.A. KNOWLTON / SARATOGA. / N.Y.”, (Tucker, E-5-B), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, deep olive green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A faint 1/4” by 1/8” ‘bruise’ is on the inside edge of the lip, otherwise perfect.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

10.  “D.A. KNOWLTON / SARATOGA. / N.Y.”, (Tucker, E-5-A), New York, ca. 1855 - 1856, deep olive green high shoulder quart, “2” on smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A minor 1/8” in size chip is off the underside of the collar at the neck. Also an internal bubble located away from the embossing has a slight disturbance to the outer glass. A very clean bottle and both flaws are minor.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 140.00)

 

11.  “CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING CO / E / SARATOGA NY”, (Tucker, E-10-A), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green slope shouldered quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth, 97% original label travels around the entire bottle. Perfect condition.

($120.00)                                                                               ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

12.  “SAINT LEON / EARL W. JOHNSON / 27 / CONGRESS ST. / BOSTON / MASS. / SPRING WATER”, (Tucker, M-41-B), Massachusetts, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. A rare spring water bottle!

($250.00)                                                                                ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

13.  “LEWIS MORSE’S SONS / SCRANTON / PA.”, (Tucker, M-69), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1885, aqua quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off the top edge of the lip. Also some spotty milky stain. Rated as rare.

($150.00)                                                                                ($350.00  -450.00)

 

14.  “ADIRONDACK SPRING CO / WHITEHALL / N.Y.”, (Tucker, N-2-A), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 2 1/2” by 1” crack/bruise is located on the base. A rare bottle, but with major damage.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

15.  “CAYUGA WATER / S.O. L.M. (inside an anchor) / “1874”, (unlisted), American, ca. 1874 - 1880, medium amber quart, smooth base, applied mouth. About perfect. A rare bottle and in an unusual ‘cone’ shoulder form.

 ($150.00)                                                             ($275.00  -450.00)

 

16.  “DARIEN / MINERAL SPRINGS / TIFFT & PERRY / DARIEN CENTRE / N.Y.”, (Tucker, N-11-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium blue green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1 1/2” by 1/2” poorly done repair is on the base.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

17.  “LITHIA MINERAL SPRING CO / GLOVERSVILLE”, (Tucker, N-19-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, aqua pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A potstone located above the letter “L” in Mineral has 3/8” long stress crack traveling across it. Not many of these around!

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 375.00)

 

18.  “MESSENA SPRING / (monogram) / WATER”, (Tucker, N-22), New York, ca. 1870 - 1880, clear glass quart, smooth base, tooled lip. A 1/4” in diameter milky “bruise” is located on the reverse of the embossing. A 1/4” long stress crack extending from an internal bubble is at the base.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($100.0 - 150.00)

 

19.  “RICHFIELD SULPHUR WATER / B & R / RICHFIELD / SPRINGS N.Y.”, (Tucker, N-27), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. It appears that about one-half of the applied mouth has been professional repaired. Very rare, and the color of the repair matching the original green glass perfectly.

($275.00)                                                                                ($400.00 - 700.00)

 

20.  “SYRACUSE SPRINGS / EXCELSIOR”, (Tucker, N-33-A), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, black glass quart, smooth base, applied double color mouth, lightning type wire closure. A 3/8” by 1/4” chip is off the collar at the neck. A tiny 1/8” chip is off the outer edge of the lip. Rated as being rare in this black glass.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

21.  “SYRACUSE SPRINGS / EXCELSIOR”, (Tucker, N-33-A), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, dark amber quart, smooth base, applied double color mouth. Several tiny chips are off the top edge of the lip. Also a few scratches.

 ($150.00)                                                             ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

22.  “SARATOGA / A / SPRING CO. / N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-1-B type 1), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, olive yellow pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. Scarce bottle, good color!

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

23.  “SARATOGA / A / SPRING CO. / N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-2-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, blue green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A number of light to moderate scratches exist, but no damage. ($40.00)                                                                                                  ($80.00  -120.00)

 

24.  “EXCELSIOR / SPRING / SARATOGA N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-21-A), New York ca. 1875 - 1885, lime green quart, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition, wild color!

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

25.  “FRANKLIN SPRING / MINERAL WATER / BALLSTON SPA / SARATOGA CO / N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-28), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, grass green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1/4” chip is off the underside of the collar at the neck. Plenty of air bubbles.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

26.  “FRANKLIN SPRING / MINERAL WATER / BALLSTON SPA / SARATOGA CO / N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-28), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellow olive pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the underside of the collar at the neck. Scarce eye appealing color, plenty of air bubbles.

($200.00)                                                                                  ($375.00 450.00),

 

27.  “GEYSER SPRING. / SARATOGA SPRINGS. / STATE / OF / NEW YORK. - THE SARATOGA / SPOUTING SPRING”, (Tucker, S-29-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 3/4” in diameter potstone bruise is located just above the base. A 1/8” potstone cooling crack is at mid point of the neck. Also good amount of scratches and wear. Despite the problems this is rarely seen in this deep green color!

($275.00)                                                                                ($500.00 - 800.00)

 

28.  “GEYSER SPRING. / SARATOGA SPRINGS. STATE / OF / NEW YORK. - GEYSER SPRING / SARATOGA / THE SPOUTING SPRING / Spouting Spring inside the letter “G” / “TRADEMARK”, (Tucker, S-30-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, aqua pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A sizable ‘V’ shaped chip out of the side of the mouth and neck has been repaired. Also a large open surface bubble on the front has been filled in with epoxy. An extremely rare bottle, but with issues.

($180.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

29.  “EXCELSIOR / SPRING / SARATOGA, N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-21-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium blue green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off the edge of the collar at the neck. Another is off the top edge of the lip. Nice color, good glass whittle and the tiny flaws are non-offensive.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

30.  “GLACIER SPOUTING SPRING / SARATOGA / SPRINGS. N.Y. - (derrick with spouting spring), (Tucker, S-32), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, bluish aqua pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1 1/2” by 1/2” open surface bubble partially across the letters ‘out’ in ‘spouting’ has been filled in with epoxy. Crude highly whittled glass and full of air bubbles. A professional repair to the filled in bubble would enhance its appearance and value considerably.

($400.00)                                                                              ($800.00 - 1,200.00)

 

31.  “HIGHROCK CONGRESS SPRING / (motif of a rock) / C & W / SARATOGA N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-37-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 3/16” ‘bruise’ is on the edge of the base.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

32.  “SARATOGA / RED / SPRING”, (Tucker, S-47-A), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium blue green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition, good glass whittle. Ex. Blaske Collection #269.

($180.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

33.  “STAR SPRING CO / (five pointed star) / SARATOGA N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-54-B), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellowish ‘old’ amber pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1/8” by 3/16” sliver type chip is off the outer edge of the lip. Good glass whittle, full of seed bubbles.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

34.  “SARATOGA VICHY SPOUTING SPRING / V / SARATOGA / N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-58-C), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, pale aqua half-pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Light to moderate scratches.

($40.00)                                                                                      (80.00 - 120.00)

 

35.  “SARATOGA / VICHY / WATER / SARATOGA, N.Y. - V”, (Tucker, S-60-A), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, bluish aqua quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. The entire top of the lip has been partially polished down, probably to remove some chipping. Very rare in this aqua color!

($180.00)                                                                                ($350.00 - 475.00)

 

36.  “WASHINGTON / SPRING / SARATOGA / N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-64), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, deep olive amber pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.  Some light scratches and external dullness, but no damage. A scarce color for this bottle!

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

37.  “WASHINGTON / SPRING / SARATOGA / N.Y.”, (Tucker, S-64), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, blue green pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.  A chip off the edge of the base has been partially buffed out.

($120.00)                                                                                ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

38.  “GUILFORD MINERAL / GMSW (monogram) / GUILFORD / VT. / SPRING WATER”, (Tucker, V-7), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium blue green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A tiny flake is off the outer edge of the lip, otherwise pristine perfect. Scarce in this blue green color!

($90.00)                                                                                  ($350.00 - 450.00)

 

39.  “GUILFORD MINERAL / GMSW (monogram) / GUILFORD / VT. / SPRING WATER”, (Tucker, V-7), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellowish green or deep citron quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. About perfect (a pinhead in size flake is off the edge of the lip). Nice example, scarce color.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

40.  “MIDDLETOWN MINERAL SPRING CO / NATURE’S / REMEDY / MIDDLETOWN. VT.”, (Tucker, V-15), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, emerald green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. The top of the lip has been slightly ground and has an open bubble on the inside edge.

 ($70.00)                                                                                 ($120.00 - 140.00)

 

41.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS”, (Tucker, V-16-B), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellow amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. About perfect, plenty of seed bubbles.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

42.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS”, (Tucker, V-16-B), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, deep olive green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1/4” by 1/8 in making bruise extends from beneath the applied mouth into the neck, otherwise perfect.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($120.00  -160.00)

 

43.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS”, (Tucker, V-16-A), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, deep olive yellow magnum quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1/2” by 1/4” bruise/crack is on the side of the lip. 

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

44.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS”, (Tucker, V-16-B), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1/2” by 1/4” rainbow type bruise is on the inside of the lip. 

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

45.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS”, (Tucker, V-16-B), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, blue green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A partial open surface bubble, 3/16” in size, is located away from the embossing.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

46.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS” - (Indian woman with papoose), (Tucker, V-17-A), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, olive yellow quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A spider crack located in front of the Indian woman’s face has several cracks the longest being 2 inches in length.

 ($70.00)                                                                                 ($150.00  -250.00)

 

47.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS” - (Indian woman with papoose), (Tucker, V-17-A), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellow green quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Several shallow open surface bubbles are on the front of the bottle. A number of light to moderate scratches are on the surface.

($120.00)                                                                                ($180.00  -275.00)

 

48.  “MIDDLETOWN / HEALING / SPRINGS / GRAYS & CLARK / MIDDLETOWN VT”, (Tucker, V-12-1), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Some minor scratches.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($180.00  -250.00)

 

49.  “MIDDLETOWN / HEALING / SPRINGS / GRAYS & CLARK / MIDDLETOWN VT”, (Tucker, V-12-1), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($180.00  -250.00)

 

50.  “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS”, (Tucker, V-16-B), Vermont, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellowish grass green magnum quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. About perfect and in a somewhat different shade of green.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($250.00 - 300.00)

 

51.  (Lot of 2) “SARATOGA VICHY SPOUTING SPRING / V / SARATOGA. N.Y.”, and a “BLOUNT SPRINGS / NATURAL / SULPHUR WATER - TRADE / BS (monogram) / MARK”, (Tucker, V-59-C), American, ca. 1865 - 1880, cobalt blue pint and aqua half-pint, smooth bases, applied mouths. The Blount Springs has a 1/8” ding/bruise on the outer edge of the lip. The Vichy Spouting Spring has some light overall inside haze.

($100.00)                                                                                ($180.00  -275.00)

 

52.  (Lot of 3) “HATHORN” (in script) (2) label only bottles ‘Hathorn Water / Saratoga, N.Y.’ and a, ‘Saratoga Vichy Water / A Fine Table Water / Saratoga, N.Y.’, (Tucker, S-34), New York, ca. 1880 - 1890, shades of amber, 9 1/8” to 12 7/8”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips, two of the bottles have 90% original labels, the labeled Hathorn has the original contents. All three bottles are in perfect condition. 

($100.00)                                                              ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

53. “S.C. PALMER / WASHINGTON / D.C. - THIS BOTTLE / IS NEVER SOLD”, District of Columbia, ca. 1880 - 1900, amber hutchinson type bottle, 7 1/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. near perfect (some minor scratches).

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

54.  “BARTHOLOMAY BREWING CO / ROCHESTER / N.Y. / TO FILL OR SELL / THIS BOTTLE IS A  / CRIMINAL OFFENSE”, New York, ca. 1880 - 1895, olive yellow, 9 1/4”h, “B” / (motif of a wheel with wings on each side) on a smooth base, applied blob mouth. Lightly cleaned to its original luster, but retains a few very minor imperfections.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

55.  “THE / JOHN SCHUSLER / BREWING CO. / THE FINEST / TRADE (foaming beer glass on a beer keg) / MARK / BUFFALO, N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1885, light straw yellow, 10 1/8”h, smooth base, tooled loop seal mouth. Excellent overall condition and in a considerably lighter color! Hard to imagine a nicer one!

($50.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

56.  “S. HICKERSON / 55 / CLARKSON ST. N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1860 - 1870, teal blue, 7 3/8”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. In ‘as found’ condition having some light wear that appears to be from usage. Could be a rare one!

($70.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -250.00)

 

57.  “E. WAGNER / TRADE (ornament with letter “W” in center) MARK / MANCHESTER / N.H. - THE / PROPERTY / OF / E. WAGNER / NOT SOLD”, New Hampshire, ca. 1885 - 1895, yellow amber, 9 3/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. About perfect.

($40.00)                                                                                       ($70.00 -90.00)

 

58.  “CREAM / ALE / A. TEMPLETON / LOUISVILLE”, Kentucky, ca. 1880 - 1890, amber quart, 9”h, mug base, monogram on smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Some minor external stain and a few tiny imperfections. A professional cleaning would enhance its appearance considerably.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

59.  “EDWD. QUINLIVAN . 1521 BIDDLE STREET / ST. LOUIS / MO.”, Missouri, ca. 1875 - 1885, amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Overall external stain, but no form of damage.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

60.  “JOHN BECHTOL / MT. VERNON. O”, Ohio, ca. 1875 - 1885, yellowish amber quart, 9 5/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Some light case wear, mostly around part of the shoulder, otherwise perfect.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

61.  “ADAM BEZ / LOUISVILLE / KY”, Kentucky, ca. 1875 - 1885, amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A potstone located just above the base has several 1/4” cooling cracks across it.
($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

62.  “M. MONJU & CO. / MOBILE”, Alabama, ca. 1840 - 1860, deep teal blue, 7 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, applied blob mouth. Overall interior and exterior matte type stain, but no damage.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($120.00 - 180.00)

 

63.  “P. BERMINGHAM & CO. / ST. LOUIS”, (backward letter “N”, Missouri, ca. 1840 - 1860, bluish aqua, 7 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. About perfect (a few light scratches). Highly whittled glass and in ‘attic’ found condition. Could be a rare one!

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

64.  “J. KENNEDY. / MINERAL WATER / PITTSBURG - J.K.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, bluish aqua, 7 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Some light internal stain that can be professionally remove, otherwise in overall excellent condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

65.  “W. MORTON / TRENTON / N.J. - W”, New Jersey, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium emerald green, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Some light scratches from usage, otherwise perfect. Not a dug bottle.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($80.00  -140.00)

 

66.  “N. RICHARDSON / TRENTON / N.J. - THIS BOTTLE / N / NEVER SOLD”, New Jersey, ca. 1840 - 1860, deep emerald green squat form, 6 7/8”h, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. Overall dullness and some slight scratches, but no from of damage. This one is full of tiny bubbles and glass impurities.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

67.  “TWEDDLE’S / CELEBRATED / SODA OR MINERAL / WATERS - COURTLAND STREET / 38 / NEW YORK”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium cobalt blue, 7 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Some light interior stain and external light scratches, but in overall nice condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

68.  “T.B. TWEDDLE / WEST CHESTER”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium emerald green, 6 3/4”h, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. A milky 1/4” by 1/8” bruise is on the inside edge of the lip. Also some light cleanable stain and scratches. A rare soda!

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

69.  “WM. P. DAVIS & CO. - EXCELSIOR - MINERAL WATER - BROOKLYN”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium cobalt blue, 8-sided, 7 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A 1 1/4” by 3/8” base chip has been repaired. Another small one on the top of the lip is also repaired. A scarce soda, but with issues.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($150.00- 275.00)

 

70.  “TAYLOR’S - BEST”, American, ca. 1848 - 1860, cobalt blue, 6-sided semi tenpin form, 8 3/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A flat 3/8” in diameter chip is off the side of the applied mouth, also some minor wear. A very rare and desirable bottle possibly made during Zachary Taylors Presidential campaign of 1848. Although sizable, the chip is very clean making it a good candidate for a professional repair.

($250.00)                                                                                ($400.00 - 700.00)

 

71.  “W. EAGLE / CANAL ST. N.Y. - PHILADELPHIA / PORTER / 1860”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1870, light blue green, 7”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. Original pull over cork compressor wire closure. A 1/4” by 1/8” ‘bruise is on the inside edge of the lip. Also a tiny potstone located to the right of the letter “R” has several minuscule cooling radiation’s. An ‘attic’ found bottle, but with issues.

($30.00)                                                                                      ($60.00 - 80.00)

 

72.  “J & A DEARBORN - NEW YORK - MINERAL WATER” - (Five Pointed Star), New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 8-sided, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A 3/8” by 1/4” in size ‘rainbow’ type bruise is on the inside of the lip. Also a shallow 3/16” chip is off a panel edge near the base.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -250.00)

 

73.  “C. PETERS / WASHINGTON / D.C.”, District of Columbia, ca. 1855 - 1870, light to medium blue green, 7”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. It appears that the top of the lip has been slightly polished down, probable to remove some roughness, otherwise in overall excellent condition. A very rare bottle that has no auction record.

($150.00)                                                                                ($120.00  -160.00)

 

74.  “ARNY & SHINN, / GEORGETOWN. / D.C. - A & S / THIS BOTTLE IS / NEVER SOLD”, District of Columbia, ca. 1855 - 1870, light to medium blue green, 6 7/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A very shallow 1/4” by 3/16” chip is off the edge of the base and overall matte type stain. Very rare, the last one selling at auction was in 1997!

($70.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

75.  “J. LAMPPIN’S / MINERAL WATER / UTICA. - UTICA BOTTLING / ESTABLISHMENT”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, bluish aqua, 7 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. Several rough chips are off the edge of the collar at the neck, otherwise perfect. A rare bottle and in ‘attic’ found condition.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

76.  “M.T. CRAWFORD / SPRINGFIELD. - UNION GLASS WORKS PHIL.A / SUPERIOR / MINERAL WATER”, Massachusetts, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, mug base, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Some very minor scratches and two tiny edge of base ‘dings’, otherwise in overall nice condition.

($275.00)                                                                                ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

77.  “H. BRO’S / X. O.”, American, ca. 1875 - 1885, yellowish amber quart, smooth base, applied blob mouth. Perfect condition.  

($150.00)                                                                                   ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

78.  “HENRY H. ELLIS / CHEYENNE . W.T. - H.H.E.”, (BUYS PG. 76), Wyoming Territory, ca. 1880 - 1890, aqua, 7 1/8”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. A 3/8” by 1/8” chip is off the top of the lip.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

79.  “STEAM BOTTLING WORKS / TRADE (anchor) MARK / REGISTERED / SHAWNEE, O.T.”, Oklahoma Territory, ca. 1890 - 1907, clear glass hutchinson, 6 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. Cleaned but retains a considerably amount of ground imperfections.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

80.  “BAY VIEW / BREWING CO. / SEATTLE, WASH. - NOT TO BE SOLD”, Washington, ca. 1895 - 1910, olive green, 11 5/8”h, smooth base, tooled mouth. A tiny ‘gouge’ type chip is off the shoulder, also a few light scratches.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

81.  “JOHN WIELAND’S / EXPORT BEER / S.F.”, (Martin, #284), California, ca. 1890 - 1915, red amber, 7 3/8”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. Perfect condition, some glass whittle.

($30.00)                                                                                     ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

82.  (Lot of 3) “CAL. BOTTLING CO. / EXPORT BEER / S.F.” an “ENTERPRISE / BREWING CO. / S.F. CAL.”, and a “JOHN TONS / JT (monogram) / STOCKTON, CAL.”, (Martin, #46, #89 and #261), California, ca. 1890 - 1915, amber, yellow amber and red amber, 7 3/4” to 9 1/2”h, smooth bases, tooled mouths. The Tons has a very faint in making ‘flash’ on the side of the mouth. Otherwise all are in perfect condition.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

83.  (Lot of 2) “FREDERICKSBURG / FBCO (monogram) / BOTTLING CO. S.F. / THIS BOTTLE NOT / TO BE SOLD”, (Martin, #101), California, ca. 1880 - 1910, reddish amber and olive green quarts, 11 3/8”h, smooth bases, tooled mouths, both have the original ‘Fredericksburg (castle) Bottling Co. S.F.’ marked porcelain and wire closure. The amber bottle has a 3/8” by 1/4” chip off the inside edge of the lip.  The olive green example has a 3/8” long vertical stress crack in the neck, otherwise both are perfect.

($70.00)                                                                                    ($180.00 - 220.00)

 

84.  (Lot of 2) “B & G / SAN FRANCISCO - SUPERIOR  / MINERAL WATER”, California, ca. 1850 - 1860, shades of cobalt blue, mug base, 6 3/4” and 7”h, iron pontils, applied blob mouths. Both have been cleaned, each retains a considerable amount of ground imperfections, but no serious damage.

($200.00)                                                                                ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

85.  “ITALIAN / SODA WATER / MANUFACTORY / SAN FRANCISCO - UNION GLASS WORKS / PHILA.”, California, ca. 1850 - 1860, teal blue, 7 1/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. A 1 1/2” long by 1/4” wide chip follows the contour of the base. Also a 3/8” by 1/4” iridescent bruise is on the inside of the lip.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($120.00  -160.00)

 

86.  “CRYSTAL / SODA / WATER CO - PATENTED / NOV. 12. 1872 / TAYLOR’S / U.S. PT.”, American, ca. 1872 - 1880, light to medium cobalt blue, 7 5/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Cleaned but retains minor imperfections. Also a 3/8” by 1/8” shallow chip/ding is on the side of the base.

($50.00)                                                                                     ($80.00  -140.00)

 

87.  (Lot of 2), “BAY CITY SODA WATER / CO / S.F.” - (five pointed star), and a “COTTLE POST & CO” /  (motif of the bird Phoenix) / “PORTLAND, OGN”, West Coast, ca. 1865 - 1875, teal blue and cobalt blue, 7 1/4” and 7 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied blob mouths. The Bay City bottle has a 1/4” by 3/4” chip off the edge of the base. The Cottle Post has a 1/8” milky ‘ding’ on the edge of the base and other very minor imperfections.

($180.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 450.00)

 

88.  “ETNA BOTTLING COMPANY / CONCORD / N.H.”, (Graci, pg. 36), New Hampshire, ca. 1880 - 1890, aqua, 8 3/8”h, smooth base, tooled mouth, 90% original label reads: ‘Finest Quality Ginger Ale, the Etna Bottling Company, Concord, N.H.’, original Frederick Thatcher, wire and lever closure. A tiny ‘ding’ is on the side at the base.

 ($30.00)                                                                                     ($50.00  -80.00)

 

89.  “CONTINENTAL BREWING CO. / TRADE MARK / (Revolutionary Solder) / PHILADELPHIA”, (Graci, pg. 8), Pennsylvania, ca. 1875 - 1890, aqua, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth, original Schlich wire and lever closures. Cleaned to its original luster, but retains some very minor imperfections. Also one-half of the connecting wire below the mouth is a copper replacement.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

90.  “LOWELL / BOTTLE / STOPPER / LOWELL / MASS”, (Graci, pg. 31), Massachusetts, ca. 1885 - 1890, pale greenish aqua, 8 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth, original cam-shaped wall on a rotating disk closure. The bottle and closure are in perfect condition. George D. Corey patented his ‘Champion Bottle Stopper’ on February, 10, 1885. The Lowell Stopper Company of Lowell, Massachusetts controlled the marketing of it. Very rare and in what appears to be never used condition.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

91.  “R. BLOESER” / (five pointed star) / SCRANTON. PA,”, (Graci, pg. 43), Pennsylvania, c. 1888 - 1890, aqua, 7”h, smooth base, tooled mouth, original wire and cam upper arm leverage stopper. Perfect condition. On March 6, 1888 a patent was issued to Rudolph Bloeser from Scranton, Pa. for his bottle closure.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

92.  “KLEIN & HOFHEINZ / ROCHESTER / N.Y.”, (Graci, pg. 19), New York, ca. 1875 - 1885, aqua, 9 3/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth, original metal wire and ‘pump handle type closure. A 10” long ‘crack’ travels from just below the applied mouth down to the base. On March 14, 1876 Albert Freygand of New York City received a patent for his very unusual ‘pump’ handle closure. Very rare closure.

($20.00)                                                                                      ($30.00  - 70.00)

 

93.  “THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO / BE SOLD”, (Graci, pg. 22), American, ca. 1875 - 1885, aqua, 7 5/8”h, “KARL HUTTER / NO 11 / NEW YORK” smooth base, applied mouth, original wire and ‘C’ shaped open bail closure. Perfect condition.

($30.00)                                                                                       ($50.00  -70.00)

 

94.  “ADAM SCHEIDT BREWING CO’S BOTTLING DEPT. / ASBC (monogram) / NORRISTOWN, PA - THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO BE SOLD”, (Graci, pg. 62), Pennsylvania, ca. 1903 - 1915, clear glass quart, smooth base, tooled mouth, original wire and raised metal closure. The patent for the closure was awarded to Louis Strebel of New York City on April 14, 1903. Perfect condition. 

($30.00)                                                                                       ($50.00  -70.00)

 

95.  “STANDARD / BREWING CO. / (motif of a beer keg and flag) / NEW CASTLE, PA. / U.S.A.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1900 - 1915, amber, 11 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled crown top. Perfect condition.

($30.00)                                                                                      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

96.  “C.C. HALEY & CO. / CELEBRATED / CALIFORNIA / POP BEER - PATENTED / OCT. 29TH. 1872 / THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO BE SOLD”, (Graci, pg. 12), American, ca. 1880 - 1890, amber quart, “MADE BY JOHN MATTHEWS, N.Y. / PAT / JUNE 11 / 1872” on smooth base, tooled twisted neck designed to receive a Joseph Conner metal stopper and wire bail closure. A dug bottle, never cleaned, but having a number of ground imperfections mostly in the form of wear and scratches.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -140.00)

 

97.  “REGISTERED / DANIEL BERNHARD / DB (monogram) / 9 & 11 SARSFIELD / ST / BOSTON, MASS.”, Massachusetts, ca. 1885 - 1900, clear glass quart, smooth base, tooled blob mouth, original lightning style wire and ‘Daniel Bernhard Registered’ impressed closure. Some very minor inside content stain. A very rare patented closure not found in Graci’s book, ‘Bottle Closures 1850 - 1910’.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

98.  “DOWS’ / JAMAICA / GINGER / ALE / TITLE REGISTERED / IN / U.S. / PATENT OFFICE - FULL / PINT / G.D. DOWS / & CO. / BOSTON”, (Graci, pg. 24), Massachusetts, ca. 1885 - 1890, aqua, 9 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth, original Charles de Quillfeldt ‘water pump’ design metal closure. A small area of case wear is on the back area near the base, otherwise perfect.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -130.00)

 

99.  “G.W. & C.R. MILLER / M & M / BOTTLERS / BOSTON / MASS - THIS / BOTTLE / NOT TO BE / SOLD”, (Graci, pg. 40), Massachusetts, ca. 1885 - 1895, aqua, 9 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled mouth, original James T. Walker metal wire and cam closure. The bottle and closure are perfect. On April 14, 1885 James T. Walker of Troy, New York was awarded a patent for a closure that has a duck bill shaped top.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

100.  “JACKSON’S / NAPA / SODA - A NATURAL / MINERAL WATER / JACKSON’S / THIS BOTTLE / IS NEVER SOLD”, California, ca. 1880 - 1895, aqua, 7”h, smooth base, tooled mouth, original wire pull over cork compressor closure. A 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the underside of the collar at the neck.

 ($20.00)                                                                                     ($40.00  -60.00)

 

101.  “KNIEF & SIERICHS / 172 & 174 / ORCHARD ST / N.Y.”, (Graci, pg. 12), New York, ca. 1875 - 1885, aqua, 9 1/4”h, “MADE BY JOHN MATTHEWS. N.Y. / PT/ JUNE 11 / 1872” on the smooth base, double collar tooled mouth, original wire and slotted metal top closure. Some wear is on the lower collar at the neck. This occurred from usage as the turning of the closure on the angled collar would force the cap into the mouth of the bottle.

($30.00)                                                                                        ($50.00 -70.00)

 

102.  “WM BEARDSLEY / PATENTEE / BEACON / IOWA”, (Graci, pg. 36), Iowa, ca. 1885 - 1880, aqua, 7 1/2”h, “PAT. MAY 12 TH 1885” on smooth base, ground lip, external screw threads. A few spots of external haze and wear and a couple of minor ‘dings’, but no serious damage. The patent for this bottle was awarded to Wm. Beardsley on May 12, 1885. The closure was a screw on metal cap.

($20.00)                                                                                       ($40.00 - 60.00)

 

103.  “M. RADERMACHER / 646 / WASHINGTON ST. / BOSTON - THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO / BE SOLD”, Massachusetts, ca. 1885 - 1890, clear glass, 9 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth, original wire and double cam metal closure. Bottle and closure are in perfect condition. This must be a fairly rare closure as we can find no mention of it in Graci’s book.

($50.00)                                                                                     ($80.00 - 160.00)

 

104.  (Lot of 2) “L. KLAUDER / WILMINGTON / N.C.” and a “C.H. CAMPBELL / ASHEVILLE / N.C.”, North Carolina, ca. 1880 - 1900, aqua, 7 1/8”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. The Campbell has a 1 1/2” by 1” chip just above the base. The Lauder has been cleaned, but retains a number of imperfections.

($40.00)                                                                                     ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

105.  (Lot of 2) “11 / 67-22 / ROYAL RUBY / ANCHOR GLASS” (on the base) and “8589 / 5-41 5-51”, (also on the base), American, ca. 20th Century, ruby red glass, 7 3/4” and 9 1/2”h, smooth bases, ABM lips, William Painter patent cap closure is marked, ‘Sherwood / Brand / Reserve / Whiskey’. Both bottles are perfect.

 ($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

106.  (Lot of 2) “A.B. G. CO,” (on the base), Adolphus Busch Glass Company, Belleville, Illinois, ca. 1900 - 1910, cobalt blue, 9 3/4”h, smooth bases, applied mouths. One bottle has been cleaned, but retains some minor imperfections. The other has some areas of light external stain.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

107.  (Lot of 2) “EXCELSIOR / LAGER / BEER - THIS / BOTTLE / NOT TO BE / SOLD” and a “LAGER BEER / 512 / WEST 57 TH. ST. / N.Y. - THIS / BOTTLE / NOT TO BE / SOLD”, (Graci, pg. 8), American, ca. 1875 - 1885, aqua, 9” and 9 1/4”h, smooth bases applied mouths, both have original wire and lever closures. Both bottles are in perfect condition. In 1865, Frederick Schlich of New York City patented his wire and bail style closure. In 1871 and 1874 improvements were made to the closure.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

108.  (Lot of 2) “FAILING & WAGNER / BOTTLING WORKS / REGISTERED / F&W (monogram) / TRADE MARK / 914-916 WEST 53 RD ST. / CHICAGO, ILLS. / THIS BOTTLE NOT / TO BE SOLD” and a “D.W. BOSTELMANN / TRADE MARK / (motif of an anchor) / REGISTERED / CHICAGO. ILL”, Illinois, ca. 1890 - 1910, lime green, 11 1/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips, original lightning type wire closures. Both are in excellent overall condition and each having a number of tiny air bubbles.

 ($80.00)                                                                                 ($150.00  -275.00)

 

109.  (Lot of 2) “THE / WALTER RAUPFER / BREWING / CO / (motif of an American eagle on a beer keg) / COLUMBIA CITY, IND.“, and an (American eagle on a glob) / ATLAS BRG. CO. CHICAGO”, American, ca. 1900 - 1915, shades of amber quarts, 11 1/2 and 12 1/4”h, smooth bases, tooled loop seal mouths. The Atlas has some light stain and scratches.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 200.00)

 

110.  (Lot of 2) “J. PABLO & CO. / (man with dog in a canoe) / TRADE MARK / THIS BOTTLE IS NEVER SOLD - SELTZER & MINERAL / MANUFACTURERS / NOS 475-477 & 479 / ST CLAUDE ST. N.O.”, and a “J. PABLO & CO / (man with dog in a canoe) / TRADE MARK - PABLO & CO. / NO 202 & 204 / ELYSIAN FIELDS / MINERAL AND SELTZER / WATER / MANUFACTURERS”, Louisiana, ca. 1875 - 1885, bluish aqua, 7 1/2” to 8 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied mouths. Both very cleaned, but each carries a good amount of ground imperfections. The taller bottle also has a 1/4” inside edge of lip chip.

($30.00)                                                                                      ($50.00  -80.00)

 

111.  (Lot of 2) “J.V. DELLICKER / RICHMOND, VA. / COLUMBUS, O.” and a “SOUTHWICK / & / TUPPER / N. YORK”, American, ca. 1840 - 1860, blue green and bluish aqua, 7”h, pontil scarred bases, applied mouths. The Southwick & Tupper has heavy overall exterior ground wear and a 1/2” by 1/8” side of lip chip. The Dellicker has been cleaned, but retains a considerable amount of tiny ground imperfections.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

112.  (Lot of 2) Stoneware Beers, ‘G.S. Twitchell / Successor to / G. Whittemore’, (impressed on the shoulder) and a ‘F. Sandkuhler’s / Trade / (FT (monogram) / Mark / Registered / Superior / Weiss Beer / Brewery / 109 N. Collington Avenue / Baltimore’, (black transfer), American, ca. 1855 - 1990, mottled olive and white pottery, 7 1/8” and 9 1/2”h. The Sandkuhler’s has a 1/4” outer edge of lip chip with 1/2” hairlines. The Twitchell is perfect.

($50.00)                                                                                     ($80.00  -120.00)

 

113.  (Lot of 2) “MINERAL / WATER - M”, and a “MINERAL WATER / NO. 46 / BARRACK / STREET / NEW ORLEANS”, American, ca. 1840 - 1860, deep olive green and bluish aqua, 6 3/4” and 7 1/4”h, iron pontils, applied tapered collar mouths. Both have heavy overall stain and wear and the Mineral Water bottle has several minor underside of collar at the neck chips.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

114.  (Lot of 2) “MAUI / SODA WORKS”, and a “HOLLISTER / & CO. / HONOLULU”, Hawaii, ca. 1880 - 1900, shades of aqua, 7 1/2” to 7 3/4”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. The Hollister has a 3/8” by 1/2” chip off the side of the lip. The Maui is perfect.

($50.00)                                                                                     ($80.00  -120.00)

 

115.  (Lot of 2) “CRYSTAL SPRING / BOTTLING CO. / BARNET, VT.” and a “STANDARD BOTTLING CO. / (American Flag) / PAWTUCKET, R.I.”, New England States, ca. 1890 - 1910, clear glass and clear glass with amethystine tint, 7” and 8 1/4”h, smooth bases, tooled mouths. The Standard Bottling bottle has a tiny ‘bruise‘ near the base, otherwise both are in perfect condition.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($120.00  -180.00)

 

116.  (Lot of 3) “LEDLIE / TRENTON / N.J. - ELLIOTT & / TRENTON / N.J.”, a “P. SEASHOLTZ / POTTSTOWN, PA” and a “CHAS SCHNEIDER / NEW BRIGHTON / STATEN / ISLAND - REGISTERED / 1889 / C.S. / THIS BOTTLE  / NOT TO BE SOLD”, American, ca. 1870 - 1890, 7-Up green, blue green and clear glass, 6 7/8” to 7 5/8”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. All three have various degrees of stain, but no damage.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

117.  (Lot of 3) “RETTIG BREWING CO. / POTTSVILLE / PA. / THIS BOTTLE NOT TO BE SOLD”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1890 - 1910, shades of yellow amber and olive yellow, 7 3/8”h, “R” on smooth bases, tooled crown lips. One of the yellow amber bottles has a 3/8” by 1/4” chip off the outer edge of the lip, also a small edge of base chip, wear and scratches.

($50.00)                                                                                   ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

118.  (Lot of 3) (2) “G.S. SMITH / TOWANDA”, and a “STANDARD / BOTTLING / WORKS / WILLIAMSPORT, PA”, (Graci, pg. 21), Pennsylvania, ca. 1880 - 1890, aqua, 7 1/8” to 7 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. All three have lids impressed ‘Susemihl’s / Pat Jul 8 / 1879 / Favorite Stopper’, neck wire and porcelain stoppers. The Standard bottle has some case wear from usage. Both of the neck wires on one of the Smith bottles are replacements. Herman Susemihl was from Elimra, N.Y.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($250.00  -350.00)

 

119.  (Lot of 3) “GADDES BROS / RIVERPORT, R.I.”, an “AETNA BOTTLING CO. / CONCORD / N.H.” and a “CHAS MAU / 561 &156 TH ST. / N.Y. / REGISTERED - THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO BE SOLD”, (Graci, pg. 36), American, ca. 1885 - 1890, aqua, 8 1/2” to 9 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths, original Frederick B. Thatcher, three piece wire and bail closures. The Chas Mau has a minor inside of lip chip.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($180.00 - 250.00)

 

120.  (Lot of 3) “CHERO / PERFECT COLA”, a (Motif of a Dragon) / “DRAGON” - (same on the reverse) / SAN ANTONIO TEX. - DRAGON BOTTLING CO.”, and a “PH. SCHNEIDER BRG. CO, / (motif of a mountain) / “TRINIDAD COLO.”, American, ca. 20th Century, clear glass, 7 3/8” to 9 1/4”h, ABM crown mouths. The Dragon bottle has a ‘Drink / Suburban / Club / Beverage’ impressed closure. The Chero has a ‘Moeller Mfg. Co, / Greenville, Miss’ impressed closure. The Schneider bottle has a ‘Stainless / 1-2-3 / Patd. / Cap & Opener’ impressed closure with attached bottle opener. The Schneider has a tiny edge of base chip.

 ($30.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

121.  (Lot of 3) “C.C. HALEY & CO / CELEBRATED / CALIFORNIA / POP BEER / TRADE MARK - COR / SOUTH ORANGE AVE. / & / SOUTH 11TH ST / NEWARK, N.J. / PATENTED / OCT 29TH 1872”, a “S. & CO” / (five pointed star) / “PHIL.A” / (five pointed star), and a “HAWLEY GLASS CO. / LIMITED / M’F’R’S / HAWLEY, PA. / PATENTED - MAY 15TH 1883”, (Graci, pg. 25), American, ca. 1883 - 1885, aqua, 7 3/4” and 9”h, smooth bases, applied interior threaded mouths. All were cleaned to their original luster, but each retains some minor ground imperfections or inside milky stain. William L. Roorbach, a native of Philadelphia, received a patent for this unusual closure on February 20, 1883.

 ($100.00)                                                                ($180.00  -250.00)

 

122.  (Lot of 3) (2) “O. ZWIETUSCH / MILWAUKEE - A. & D.H.C.”, and a “F & B / BOSTON - A.B.C. CO. / NEW HAVEN CT. / PT JAN. 5 TH 1864”, Graci, pg. 19), American, ca. 1875 - 1885, aqua, 6 1/2” to 7 1/8”h, smooth bases, applied mouths. Two have the original wooden internal stoppers. Two of the bottles are in as found dug condition. The third has been cleaned, but retains ground imperfections.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($60.00  -90.00)

 

123.  (Lot of 3) “J. SCHUELER / DENVER, COL. - A. & D.H.C.”, an “I. HOUGLAND / LEADVILLE / COL. - I.G.CO.” and a “J. R. VANCE / COL. - I.C.CO”, Colorado, ca. 1875 - 1880 - 1890, shades of bluish aqua, 7 1/8”h, smooth bases, applied blob mouths. All were dug and have various amounts of minor imperfections. Also, the I. Hougland bottle has a 3/4” long area of inside lip chipping.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

124.  (Lot of 3), “REGISTERED / BIEDENHARN / CANDY CO. / VICKSBURG / MISS.”,  a “C.J. HARGAN / MEMPHIS / TENN / A & D.H.C.”, and a “WM ZEISLER / LITTLE ROCK / ARK.”, Southern, ca. 1875 - 1895, shades of aqua, 7” to  7 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. The Biedenharn has a 1” in diameter milky bruise and heavy overall stain. The Hargan has some moderate stain and scratches. The Zeisler is in perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

125.  (Lot of 4) “C.A. SCHEIDEMANTEL / DENVER / COL - T.W. & C0.” a “F. SCHMIDT  / LEADVILLE / COLO.” a “JAMES DASCOMBE / DENVER / COL - THIS BOTTLE / IS NEVER SOLD”, and a “REGISTERED / PROPERTY OF THE / CRIPPLE / CREEK / BOTTLING WORKS / CRIPPLE / CREEK / COLO / THIS BOTTLE NEVER SOLD”, Colorado, ca. 1880 - 1900, shades of aqua and clear glass, 6 1/2” to 8 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. The Schmidt bottle has a 3/8” by 1/8” chip off the top of the lip. The Scheidemantel has been lightly cleaned to near perfect condition. The clear glass Cripple Creek bottle is perfect. The Dascombe has some stain and ground etching.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

126.  (Lot of 4) “W.Z. KETCHAM / TRADE WZK (monogram) MARK / BOTTLER / HEMPSTEAD, L.I.”, an “ASA W. DAVIS / HARTFORD, CONN.”,  a “JOHN A DARLINGTON / 98 & 100 / GREENE ST. / BROOKLYN, E.D. - JAD (monogram)”, and an “EAGLE BOTTLING WORKS / (motif of a winged bottle) / TRADE MARK / ELMIRA, N.Y. / MFR’S OF / CARBONATED / DRINKS”, (Graci, pg. 36), American, ca. 1885 - 1900, aqua and clear glass, 10 5/8” to 12 7/8”h quarts, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths,  original Frederick B. Thatcher, Henry Putnam and Frank Perry three piece wire and bail closures. The Asa Davis has a 3/8” in diameter ‘bruise/chip’ on the inside of the lip. The Eagle Bottling Works has a 3/8” by 1/4” inside of lip ‘rainbow’ type bruise.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -250.00)

 

127.  (Lot of 4) “ISAAC A. MORAN & BRO / PATENT / 91 3D. AVE / N.Y - MB”, an “EAGLE / BOTTLING WORKS / ELMIRA, N.Y. - TRADE / (motif of a winged bottle) / MARK”, an “E.L. BILLINGS / SACRAMENTO / CAL.” and an Unembossed Bottle, (Graci, pg. 6), American, ca 1880 - 1890, bluish aqua, 6 7/8” to 7 1/4”h, two of the bottles have, “GRAVITATING STOPPER MADE BY / JOHN MATTHEWS, NEW YORK / PAT / OCT. 11 / 1864 / NEW YORK”, embossed on base, applied and tooled mouths. Three have intact clear glass closures. The Billings has a 3/16” by 1/8” chip off the front at the base. The mug based Eagle bottle has milky internal stain and outside glass dullness.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -140.00)

 

128.  (Lot of 4) “E. LESTER / ST. LOUIS”, a “H. GRONE & CO / ST. LOUIS / MO”, a “HAIGHT & OBRIEN / ST. LOUIS MO.”, and a “HASSINGER HAIGHT & O’BRIEN / ST. LOUIS, MO.”, Missouri, ca. 1840 - 1860, shades of bluish aqua, 7 1/2”h, iron pontils, applied blob mouths. The Lester has a 1” long potstone crack on the reverse of the embossing. All were dug and have various degrees of stain and imperfections.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 450.00)

 

129.  (Lot of 4) “TIMMERMANN & CO. - SUPERIOR. SODA WATER / ST. LOUIS”, a “J. CAIRNS & CO / ST. LOUIS”, a “MINERAL WATER / BY / HASSINGER & O’BRIEN / 17 & O’FALLON STS / ST. LOUIS”, and a 10-sided “C. ABEL & CO - ST. LOUIS. MO. - SODA WATER”, Missouri, ca. 1840 - 1860, shades of bluish aqua, 7 1/2”h, pontil scarred bases, applied mouths.  The J. Cairns and Hassinger & O’brien bottles have been cleaned. The other two have degrees of stain. All have various amount of ground imperfections.

($100.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 450.00)

 

130.  (Lot of 5) “C.C. HALEY / NEWARK / N.J. / NOT SOLD - HCC (monogram) /THIS BOTTLE NOT TO BE SOLD”, a “SODA & MINERAL WATER CO. / WARREN, PA., a “D. STUBER / RYE NECK / N.Y. - TRADE / MARK” (inside a handled mug), a “GANNETT & MORSE /  DIAMOND (inside a diamond) / AUGUSTA, ME. / PATENTED FEB. 20, 1883 - JUNE 23, 85, & AUG. 4, 85”, and a “VINCENT HATHAWAY & CO. / (standing figure) / REGISTERED / TRADE MARK / BOSTON, MASS.”, (Graci, pg. 55), American, ca. 1892 - 1900, aqua and clear glass, 7” to 7 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled ‘globe stopper ball closure’ mouths. The Haley has a 2” long stress crack a 3/8” in size side of base bruise, and several edge of lip bruises. The Hathaway has some minor imperfections, all the others are in excellent condition. In 1895 Frederick Thomas of Catskill, New York, receive his patent for his Globe Stopper Ball Closure. Similar to the earlier Codd closure, but that it was the ‘easiest bottle on earth to open’.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

131.  (Lot of 5) (2) “SEND ORDERS / TO / INGALLS BROS / PORTLAND, ME. / 1892”, a “RHODE ISLAND / DIAMOND SPRING, CO. / PAWTUCKET, R.I.”, a “SEND ORDERS / TO / MURDOCK & FREEMAN / PORTLAND, ME / 1892” and an “ASA W. DAVIS / HARTFORD, CONN.”, (Graci, pg. 36), New England, ca. 1885 - 1890, blush aqua, 7” to 7 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied mouths, original Frederick B. Thatcher, three piece wire and bail closure. The Rhode Island bottle has some light stain and the closure has some deterioration. On March 3, 1885, Frederick B. Thatcher, of Bridgeport, Connecticut received patent number 323,253. He marketed his stopper through the Aetna Stopper Company in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

($120.00)                                                                                 ($275.00 -450.00)

 

132.  (Lot of 5) Various Closure Bottles, “CHARLES SAMSON / CS (monogram) / BOLTON”, a “J. EASTMAN / & CO.”, a “S.H. FARNHAM / WESTERLY, R.I”, an “A. ROSENKRANS / SCRANTON, PA.”, and a “WM. RUSCHERS / BOTTLING / WORKS / LANCASTER, N.Y.”, American and English, ca. 1875 - 1890, bluish aqua and greenish aqua, 7” to 9 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. The Samson and Eastman bottles have the original wooden Bell Patent closures on the inside. The Ruschers has an original closure stuck in the its mouth. The Ruschers has a 1/4” by 1/8” chip off the side of the mouth. The Eastman bottle has some stain and scratches.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($50.00 - 100.00)

 

133.  (Lot of 5) “JOHN N. MEYER / 83 / NINTH AVE. / NEW YORK”, a “BARRY & BRO. / 319 / EAST 40TH ST. / NEW YORK - 1876 / TRADE / (motif of a rooster) / MARK”, a  “J.H. GENT / 92 ND ST. / NEAR 5TH AVE. N.Y. - G”, a “P. FITZSIMONS / 302 FRONT ST. / N.Y. / 1880 - TRADE / (motif of a woman with a harp, the Irish Coat-of-Arms) / MARK”, and a “D. G. W.” in large script letters, American, ca. 1875 - 1885, shades of aqua, 7” to 7 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied blob mouths. two have the original pull over cork compressor wire closures. All four are in like new condition.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

134.  (Lot of 5)  “C. SCHNERR & CO. / SACRAMENTO / CAL”, an “EMPIRE SODA WORKS / SAN FRANCISCO”,  (2) “E.L. BILLING’S / SAC CITY - GEYSER SODA”, and a “OCCIDENTAL BOTTLING WORKS / (OBW (monogram) / OCCIDENTAL, CAL.”, California, ca. 1875 - 1900, shades of aqua, 7” to 7 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. The Occidental hutchinson has a 1/4” potstone crack near the base. One of the E.L Billings has a 3/8” inside of lip ‘bruise’ and an edge of base chip. The Empire Soda Works has a 1/2” area of lip chipping.

($30.00)                                                                                    ($70.00 - 100.00)

 

135.  (Lot of 5) “H. MAU & CO. / EUREKA / NEVADA”, a “JURGENS & PRICE / BOTTLERS / HELENA MONT.”, a “MERRITT & CO. / HELENA / MONTANA”, a “PACIFIC AND PUGET SOUND BOTTLING WORKS / SEATTLE WASH.” and a “ZAREMBO MINERAL / SPRINGS CO. / SEATTLE, WASH.”, West Coast, ca. 1875 - 1900, shades of aqua, 7 1/8”h to 8 7/8”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. The Merritt & Co. has heavy overall stain. The Zarembo has light stain. The other three are in about perfect to perfect condition.

($30.00)                                                                                    ($70.00 - 100.00)

 

136.  (Lot of 5) ”J. KENNEDY / PITTSBURGH - J.K.”, a “CAIRNS / TIMMERMANN / BLOCK & CO. - ST LOUIS SODA CO. / L & W / PITTSBURGH / PA.”, a “FRED HEIL / BOTTLER / 6365 5TH AVE. / PITTSBURGH / THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO BE SOLD”, a “W. RIDDLE / PHILAD.A - R”, and a “TWITCHELL / T / PHILADA. - SUPERIOR / T / MINERAL WATER”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1890, shades of bluish aqua, and light blue green, 7 3/8” to 9 1/8”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. All were dug and have various degrees of stain and imperfections. The Kennedy has a sizable open internal bubble. The Cairns Timmermann has a faint 1/4” by 1/8” inside of lip ‘bruise’. All were dug and have various degrees of stain and imperfections.

($100.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

137.  (Lot of 6), “J.B. REITER / MILWAUKEE”, a “DREWRY / BOTTLING WORKS / ST PAUL, MINN.”, a “SCHULZE & KICHERER / CHARLES CITY / IOWA”, a “HILL & WITT / DAVENPORT / IOWA - C. & I.”,  a “JOHN SCHEU / DETROIT / MICH. / REGISTERED - C. & CO.”, and a “D. FAKLER / WINONA / MINN.”, Upper Middle America, ca. 1875 - 1900, shades of aqua, 7 1/4” to 7 7/8”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. The Schulze & Kicherer has a 1 1/2” by 1” bruise/crack at the base. The John Scheu has a 1/4” bruise on the side of the mouth and a smaller one on the shoulder. The Fakler is badly stained. Most of the others have various degrees of stain and imperfections.

($100.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

138.  (Lot of 5), “E. HINECKE / LOUISVILLE, KY”, a “A. REED & CO. / INDIANAPOLIS / IND.”, a “THE NORTH WESTERN BOTTLING WORKS / 1601 5TH ST. N.W. / J.H. SCHLUETER / WASHINGTON D.C.”, a “HOFFMAN & JOSEPH” / (motif of a lion on a shield) / “ALBANY, OGN”, a “FATEMBO-MINERAL-SPRINGS / ALASKA” (all in script), and a “FATEMBO” Torpedo (in script) with three prong metal stand, American, ca. 1865 - 1900, shades of aqua, 7” to 9 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. Several have been lightly cleaned, but all have some form of light stain and/or imperfections. The Hoffman & Joseph has a 1/2” by 1/4” chip off the inside edge of the lip. The multisided E. Hinecke has a 1 1/2” by 1/2” base repair.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 180.00)

 

139.  (Lot of 6), “MINCK BROS & CO / 45 TO 53 BEAVER ST / BROOKLYN E.D. - MB&CO”, (monogram), a “G. CASSIDY / 251 / MULBERRY STREET / NEW YORK”, a “MERRIAM & SCHREIBER / COR, 3RD / AVE & 66TH ST - NEPLUS ULTRA” (five pointed star), a “DEUELL BROTHERS / 94 / POWERS ST / L.I. - PHILADELPHIA / PORTER & ALE”, a “J.H. OVERDICK / CINCINNATI / SELTZER WATER - A. & D.H.C.”, and an Unembossed Bottle, (Graci, pg. 2), American, ca. 1875 - 1885, shades of bluish aqua, 6 3/4” to 7 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied mouths, all have the original pull over wire cork containing closure. The Merriam & Schreiber has an 1/4” inside edge of lip chip. The unembossed bottle has a considerable amount of dried contents and external scratches.

($100.00)                                                                                ($180.00  -250.00)

 

140.  (Lot of 6) “BELFAST GINGER ALE / ARTHUR CHRISTIN / CHICAGO ILL. / AC (monogram) / A. & D.H.C. / ARTHUR CHRISTIN - PAT. APR. 13TH 1875”, a “HUGO M. OTTO / SUCCESSOR / TO / FRANZ OTTO / 19 STUYVESANT ST. / NEW YORK - (two men with rifles standing alongside a Coat-of-Arms), a “RYBERG, PECKHAM & CO / 264 DIVISION ST. / NEW YORK - & R C”, a “W.F. HOLLWEDEL / 104-106 MARION ST. / BROOKLYN - THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO / BE SOLD”, a “REGISTERED / ORANGE / TRADE (motif of a flower) / MARK / PURITY / STRENGTH / BREWERY”, and a “W.G. HARRIS / MANNSVILLE, / N.Y.”, American, ca. 1875 - 1890, shades of aqua, 7” to 9 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. The Franz Otto has some minor ground imperfections. Note the very unusual mouths on these bottles. All were designed to receive a special closure from various patentees. Unfortunately the closures are missing.

($100.00)                                                                                ($200.00  -300.00)

 

141.  (Lot of 6) “GEO. JUST / VICKSBURG / MISS.” a “CLARK & MUNN / MOBILE”, a “D. PALLISER / COR DAUPHIN & BAYOU STS. / MOBILE ALA.”, a “JAMES RAY / SAVANNAH / GA.”, a “WM. M. FREIDMAN / CHAMPION / SODA FACTORY / KEY WEST / FLA. - TRADE MARK / motif of a laying animal) / REGISTERED / THIS BOTTLE IS / NEVER SOLD”, and a “GEO HENRY - BOTTLING WORKS - JACKSONVILLE - FLA.”, Southern, ca. 1875 - 1900, shades of aqua, 6 5/8” to 8”h, smooth bases, applied  and tooled mouths, the Geo. Henry has eight sides. All have varied degrees of stain and ground imperfections. The Wm. M. Freidman has heavy imperfections. The Geo. Henry has several lip chip repairs the largest being 1/2” by 1/4” in size.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00  -150.00)

 

142.  (Lot of 6), “JOHN HEIL’S / MINERAL WATER / 4TH DIST. N.O.”, a “HOLMENS & CO / 229 / CRAVIER ST. / NEW ORLEANS - MINERAL / WATER”, a “P. PERTDORF / MINERAL / WATER / & A. WENDEL / N.O.”, a “PABLO & CO. / NO 270 & 272 / ROYAL ST / N.O.”, a “P. PONS & CO. / 534 / ROYAL STREET / NEW ORLEANS - P”, and a “PABLO & CO. / 334 & 335 / ROYAL STREET / N.O.”, Louisiana, ca. 1840 - 1860, shades of bluish aqua, 7 1/8” to 7 1/2”h, pontil scarred bases, applied mouths. All were dug and have various degrees of stain. The John Heil’s has a 1/2” by 1/8” top of lip chip. The Pertdorf has a 1” area of inside edge of lip chipping. ($60.00)                                                                                           ($150.00 - 276.00)

 

143.  (Lot of 6), “F.C. BRACKETT / BANGOR / ME”, a “COMSTOCK COVE & CO. / 139 FRIEND ST. / BOSTON - C.G & CO”, a “R.C. & H.C. HAYES / DOVER, N,H,”, a “LUKE BEARD”, a “J.S. HAZARD & CO / WESTERLY, R.I. - XX”, and a “S.B. DOTY / BOTTLER / MORRISVILLE, VT. - THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO / BE SOLD”, New England, ca. 1865 - 1885, shades of aqua, 7” to 9 1/8”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. The Luke Beard and Hayes have minor stain. The Comstock has been cleaned, but retains some very minor imperfections. The Hazard has a 1/4” by 1/8” inside of lip ‘bruise’. The other two are perfect.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

144.  (Lot of 7) (2) “WILLIAM EAGLE . NEW YORK - GINGER ALE”, a “HOXSIE / ALBANY”, a “W. EAGLE / VESTRY, VARICK / & CANAL STS. - PREMM. / SODA WATER”, a “ALEX EAGLE / 1861 / MINERAL WATER”, a “WM EAGLE / NEW YORK - BELFAST / GINGER ALE”, and a “JOHN MORGAN / 343 W. 39TH ST. / N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1870 - 1885, shades of aqua, 6 3/4” to 8”h, smooth bases, applied mouths. Several of the bottles have been cleaned to their original luster, the others have various degrees of stain and ground imperfections. One of the Ginger Ale bottles has a 3/16” chip off the side of the lip.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

145.  (Lot of 7), “O & E.M / FREMONT FACTORY”, a “CHAMPAGNE / MEAD”, a “UNION / SODA WORKS”, a “LYTTON / GEYSER / SODA / SPRINGS - NATURAL / MINERAL WATER”, a “SUMMIT / MINERAL WATER J.H.”, an “I. HOUGLAND”, and a “JOHN HEIL & CO. / MINERAL WATER”, American, ca. 1865 - 1880, shades of bluish aqua, 7” to 7 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied blob mouths. The I. Hougland is perfect. The Union Soda Works and multisided Champagne Mead have been cleaned to near perfect condition, all others have various degrees of stain and/or imperfections. The John Heil bottle is pontiled.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

146.  (Lot of 8) “ANHEUSER BUSCH / (Eagle inside an “A” monogram), a “ROCHESTER / BOTTLING WORKS / HARRISBURG, PA. - THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO / BE SOLD” a “R.W. BUDD / TROY, PA.“, a “BOTTLE MADE / FOR / HUTCHINSONS / PATENT / SPRING STOPPER”, a “GEO. C. WARE / 287. 289 / W. THIRD ST / CINCINNATI / OHIO ”, a “EAGLE BOTTLING WORKS / TRADE /  (winged bottle) / MARK / ELMIRA, N.Y. - G”, a “C.C. HALEY & CO / CELEBRATED / CALIFORNIA / POP BEER / TRADE MARK - COR / SOUTH ORANGE AVE. / & / SOUTH 11TH ST / NEWARK, N.J. / PATENTED / OCT 29TH 1872”, and a “W.H.H. / CHICAGO / ILL.”, American, ca. 1870 - 1885, bluish aqua and cornflower blue, 6 1/4” to 7 5/8”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths, three of which took a loop seal. All except the Eagle Bottling Works were dug and are in various levels of condition. The W.H.H. has sizable lip chips.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

147.  (Lot of 8) “M. MENTON / TEXAS”, (2) “T. PARSONS / SALT LAKE / CITY”, a “CRYSTAL / BOTTLING WORKS / GALVESTON / TEXAS”, a “WICHITA / BOTTLING / WORKS / WICHITA, KANS.”, a “FISCHER &CO. / SANTA FE / N.M.”, a “GEO. MATTHEWS / WHEELING / W.VA. - A & D. H. C. ”, and a “BRANDON & KIRRMEYER / LEAVENWORTH / KANSAS - A & D.H.C.”, various Western States, ca. 1885 - 1900, aqua, 7” to 9 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. All were dug and have various degrees of stain and ground imperfections. The M. Menton has a 1/2” in diameter ‘bruise’ on the edge of the base. Both of the T. Parsons have 1/2” inside of lip bruises and one has a sizable base chip. The Wichita bottle has a 3/8” by 1/4” side of lip chip.

($100.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

148.  “A - L - M / M. McCORMACKS - CELEBRATED - GINGER ALE - NASHVILLE - TENN / THIS BOTTLE IS NEVER SOLD”, Tennessee, ca. 1875 - 1885, medium cobalt blue, 8 1/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Several tiny ‘dings’ exist, the largest being a 3/16” by 1/8” chip off a panel edge at the shoulder. Another is on the letter “D”.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

149.  “ALBERT VON HARTEN / SAVANNAH, GA.”, Georgia, ca. 1865 - 1875, teal blue, 7 1/4”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. Two tiny base flakes exist, otherwise in overall nice condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

150.  “T & H. ROBER / SAVANNAH / GEO. - THIS BOTTLE / IS NOT TO BE / SOLD”, Georgia, ca. 1840 - 1860, teal blue, 7”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Overall stain and wear, also a 1/4” by 3/16” chip is off the edge of the base. Nice color!

($80.00)                                                                                 ($150.00  -($250.00)

 

151.  (Lot of 2) “G. EBERWEIN / SAVANNAH / GEO. - MINERAL / GE (monogram) / WATER”, and a “M.T. QUINAN / 1884 / SAVANNAH / GEO. - MINERAL / MTQ (monogram) / WATER”, Georgia, ca. 1875 - 1890, deep cobalt blue and ice blue, 7 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled mouths. The Quinan has been cleaned, but retains a number of ground imperfections. The Eberwein has overall imperfections and wear.

 ($40.00)                                                                                   ($80.00  -160.00)

 

152.  (Lot of 3) “J.L. KORNAHRENS / CHARLESTON”, South Carolina, ca. 1840 - 1860, sapphire blue, teel blue and light sapphire blue, 7 1/4” to 7 5/8”h, iron pontils, applied mouths. All three have minor ground imperfections. And all three have  mouth replacements from other bottles.

($100.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

153.  (Lot of 3) “THOS MAHER”, a “JOHN RYAN / 1866 - EXCELSIOR SODAWORKS / SAVANNAH / GEO.”, and a “M.CORMACK / THIS BOTTLE IS NEVER SOLD”, Southern, ca. 1840 - 1865, shades of cobalt blue and emerald green, 7 1/4” to 7 3/8”h, iron pontiled and smooth bases, applied blob mouths. The Ryan has a 1/2” by 1/4” inside of lip bruise. All three have various degrees of ground imperfections.

($100.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

154.  (Lot of 4) “DAWSON & BLACKMAN / CHARLESTON, S.C. - UNION GLASS WORKS PHILAD. / SUPERIOR / MINERAL WATER”, a “JOHN SEEDORFF / CHARLESTON, S.C.” a “A.P. SMITH / CHARLESTON / S.C.” and a “C. CORNEHLSEN / WILMINGTON / N.C. / UNION GLASS WORKS PHILA.”, Carolina’s, ca. 1840 - 1860, shades of cobalt blue and blue green, 6 3/8” to 7 3/8”h, pontil scarred bases, applied mouths. The Cornehlsen bottle has the upper half of the neck and mouth replaced. The Dawson & Blackman also has the upper one-half of the neck and the mouth replaced. The Seedorff has a 1/2” crack in the blob mouth. The Smith has a number of chips and milky bruises around the top edge of the lip. All three of the Charleston bottles have heavy overall stain and wear.

 ($80.00)                                                                                 ($250.00 - 375.00)

 

155.  “BROWN STOUT” (in a slug plate), American, ca. 1840 - 1860, teal blue, 6 3/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Pristine perfect condition, lacking any trace of wear.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

156.  “G. EAGLE / N.Y. - SUPERIOR / MINERAL WATER”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium cobalt blue, mug base, 7 1/4”h, pontil scarred base, applied mouth. Heavily cleaned to its original luster, but retains several areas of heavy ground etching. A scarce bottle, but in a less than desirable condition.

($120.00)                                                                                   ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

157.  “W. EAGLE’S / SUPERIOR / SODA OR MINERAL / WATERS - W.E.”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, emerald green, 6 3/4”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. An in manufacturing ‘V’ shaped chip extends from beneath the applied collar at the neck. Several pinhead in size flakes are of the top edge of the lip also some light exterior stain.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

158. “W. EAGLE / CANAL ST. N.Y. - PHILADELPHIA / PORTER / 1860”, New York, ca. 1860 - 1865, light to medium blue green, 7 1/8”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth. Lightly cleaned, but retains a number of minor ground imperfections.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($100.00  -150.00)

 

159.  “KEACH - BALT”, Maryland, ca. 1855 - 1865, yellow green torpedo, 8 3/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A 1” wide by 3/4” deep ‘V’ shaped chip has a poorly done repair. Also some slight roughness is on the underside of the collar at the neck. A metal three pronged stand accompanies this bottle. We believe a professionally done repair to the chip would enhance its appearance and value considerable.

($300.00)                                                                                ($500.00  -700.00)

 

160.  “TELLER’S / MINERAL WATER / DETROIT - THE BOTTLE / MUST BE / RETURNED”, Michigan, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue tenpin, 7 3/4”h, iron pontil. In ‘attic’ found condition having only a few minor scratches, however the entire mouth is a replacement from another bottle.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 180.00)

 

161.  “J. BOARDMAN - NEW YORK - MINERAL WATERS - (star) / THIS BOTTLE / IS NEVER SOLD”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium cobalt blue, 8-sided, 7 5/8”h, iron pontil, applied mouth. Cleaned to its original luster, but retains a number of tiny ground imperfections, mostly around the edge of the base.

($100.00)                                                                                ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

162.  “W. EAGLE - NEW-YORK - UNION GLASS WORKS / SUPERIOR / MINERAL WATER”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, mug base, 7 1/2”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Cleaned to its original luster, but retains a good number of imperfections.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

163.  “E.W.F. RICE & CO / BOSTON / BOTTLE NOT SOLD”, Massachusetts, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue, 7”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Lightly cleaned, but retains a number of pinhead type ‘pecks’ around the side at the base.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -180.00)

 

164.  “LANCASTER / GLASS WORKS / N.Y.”, Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium green, 7 1/8”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth. Several areas of scratches are located near a mold seam and shoulder area, but no damage. Very rarely seen in this green color!

($90.00)                                                                                  ($200.00  -300.00)

 

165.  “D.G. HALL”, American, ca. 1840 - 1860, emerald green, 7 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied mouth. A 1/4” by 1/4” ‘V’ shaped chip is off the side of the lip.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

166.  “MEYER & ROTTMAN / NEW YORK”, New York, ca. 1845 - 1860, medium cobalt blue, 7”, pontil scarred base, applied blob mouth. Lightly cleaned to about perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00  -150.00)

 

167.  (Lot of 2) “BRIDGETON GLASS WORKS / N.J.”  and a “WILLIAMSTOWN / N.J.”,  American, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue and light blue green, 7 1/8”h, iron pontils, applied mouths. Both were dug, each having minor stain and imperfections. The Williamstown bottle also has a 1/8” chip off the top edge of the lip.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -180.00)

 

168.  (Lot of 2) “ALEX EAGLE / MINERAL WATER”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, emerald green, 7” and 7 1/4”h, iron pontils, applied mouths. On the taller bottle a bubble just below the letter “E” in Mineral has a fish hook type fissure in its outer glass. Both have some scratches.

($100.00)                                                                                ($180.00  -250.00)

 

169.  (Lot of 2) “A.R. COX / NORRISTOWN - A.R. COX / NORRISTOWN” and a “SEITZ & BRO. - EASTON PA. - PREMIUM - MINERAL - WATERS”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue and medium blue green, 7 1/8” and 7 1/2”h, iron pontils, applied mouths. The Seitz & Bro has eight panels. Both were dug, the Cox is in ‘as found’ condition having minor stain and scratches. The Seitz has been cleaned, but retains a considerably amount of imperfections and corner of base chips.

 ($90.00)                                                                                 ($140.00  -180.00)

 

170.  (Lot of 2) “P. BABB / BALTO” and a “J.B. BRYANT / WILMINGTON / DEL.”, American, ca. 1840 - 1860, shades of green, 7 1/4”h, pontil scarred bases, applied mouths. Both were dug and have been cleaned to their original luster. Both retain heavy overall ground imperfections, but no cracks or chips. The Babb is available, the Bryant is not.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

171.  (Lot of 2) “J. & A. DEARBORN / N.Y. - ALBANY GLASS WORKS / D / NEW-YORK”, and a “W. EAGLE / VESTRY VARICK / AND CANAL STS. - PREM.M / SODA WATER”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, cobalt blue and sapphire blue, 7” and 7 1/2”h, iron pontils, applied blob mouths. Both have been cleaned, but the Dearborn retains a considerably amount of imperfections. The W. Eagle has some minor imperfections that includes a 1/4” milky open bubble near the base.

($100.00)                                                                                ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

172.  (Lot of 2) “SAML. NICHOLL / 64 LEONARD ST. / NEW YORK”, and a “SAML. NICHOLS / NEW YORK - UNION GLASS WORKS / PHILA.”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1865, deep vivid cobalt blue and teal green, 7 1/8” and 7 3/8”h, iron pontil and smooth bases, applied mouths. Both were cleaned, but still retain some imperfections. The smooth base cobalt example has considerably more impurities than the iron pontiled teal color bottle.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

173.  (Lot of 2) “JOHN SPROAT - A. & H.D.C.” and a “CHARLES FREIL / PITTSBURGH / PA - THIS BOTTLE / IS / NEVER SOLD”, American, ca. 1870 - 1880, shades of amber, 7” and 7 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied mouths. The Freil has a 1/4” iridescent bruise on the side of the neck below the applied mouth. A tiny chip in the same area has been polished out. The Sproat has been cleaned and a 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the edge of the collar at the neck.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

174.  (Lot of 2) “CHRIS MORLEY / VICTORIA, B.C. / DOBSON & NALL, LTD. / BOTTLE / & CASE MAKERS / BARNSLEY”, and a “TRADE MARK (inside a mortar and pestle) / J.J. McLAUGHLIN - TORONTO”, Canadian, ca. 1880 - 1900, deep olive green and greenish aqua, 7 7/8” and 9 1/4”h, smooth bases, applied mouths. The taller bottle has internal screw threads. The olive green bottle is in perfect condition and is full of seed bubbles. The Chris Morley has a number of tiny ground imperfections, but no major damage.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

175.  (Lot of 2) “L. WERBACH & CO / MILWAUKEE / WIS. - A & D.H.C.” and a “VOLKER & BRO / CLEVELAND, O. - V & BRO”, American, ca. 1860 - 1875, shades of cobalt blue, 7” and 7 3/8”h, smooth bases, applied blob mouths. The Volker is in perfect ‘attic’ found condition. The Werbach was dug and has some minor imperfections, it also has a 1/4” open bubble on the side of the base.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

176.  (Lot of 3) “POMROY & HALL”, a “C. ALLEN BROWNE / BOSTON / MINERAL WATERS”, and a “S.B. & F. WINN / SALEM, MASS.”, New England, ca. 1840 - 1865, olive green and emerald green, 6 3/4” to 7 1/4”h, iron pontiled and smooth base, applied mouths. The mug base Pomroy & Hall has about one-half of the mouth missing. It also has a 1/2” by 3/8” heel of base bruise. The C. Allen Browne has the top of the lip polished down and also has a 1/8” by 1/8” bruise on the inside of the lip. The Winn has overall light stain and scratches.

($100.00)                                                                                ($180.00  -220.00)

 

177.  (Lot of 3) “R.C. WORTENDYKE - AGENT - SUPERIOR - MINERAL WATER - XX”, a “M. ALTENBAUGHS - MINERAL WATER - PITTSBG.”,  and a “T.W. GILLETT - NEW HAVEN” - (6 pointed star), American, ca. 1840 - 1860, shades of cobalt blue, 8 and 10 sided, 7 1/4” to 7 5/8”h, iron pontils, applied mouths. The Wortendyke has a  large 3” long by 1/2” wide chip off a panel edge. The M. Altenbaughs has a 3” long crack that extends outward from a potstone. The T.W. Gillett has a considerable amount of ground imperfections.

($120.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

178.  (Lot of 3) “W. EAGLE’S / SUPERIOR / SODA OR MINERAL / WATERS”, a “W. EAGLE / CANAL ST, N.Y. - PHILADELPHIA / PORTER”, and a “W.P. KNICKEBOCKER / 1848 / 164 W. 18TH ST. N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1840 - 1865, shades of green, 7”h, smooth and pontil scarred bases, applied mouths. The W. Eagle’s has heavy ground imperfections and a 1/4” chip off the inside edge of the lip. A potstone located in the embossing of the W. Eagle Canal St. bottle has several 3/8” cooling cracks extending from it. The Knickerbocker bottle has been cleaned and has a 3/8” by 1/4” chip.

($100.00)                                                                                ($180.00 - 250.00)

 

179.  (Lot of 3) “JOHNSTON & CO / PHILA.”, a “McCAULEY / MINERAL WATER / PHILADA. - W.T.” and a “P. CONWAY / BOTTLER / PHILADA. - NO. 8 HUNTER ST. / & / 108 FILBERT ST.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1865, cobalt blue and shades of green, 7” to 7 1/2”h, pontil scarred bases, applied mouths. All were dug and have minor imperfections the Conway has been cleaned and has a buffed out base chip. The McCauley has a milky inside of lip bruise and buffed out chip on the outer edge.

($100.00)                                                                                ($160.00  -275.00)

 

180.  (Lot of 4) “E. Y. CRONK / ROOT BEER / CHICAGO - REGISTERED / EYC (monogram) / TRADE MARK / BODE” a “TRADE MARK JAL / REGISTERED / J.A. LOMAX / 14 16 & 18 / CHARLES PLACE / CHICAGO - THIS BOTTLE / MUST BE RETURNED”, a “GUYETTE & COMPANY / REGISTERED / DETROIT, MICH - THIS BOTTLE IS NEVER SOLD”, and a “W.H.H. / CHICAGO”, Illinois, ca. 1840 - 1890, shades of cobalt blue, 6 7/8” to 7 1/4”h, smooth and iron pontil bases, applied and tooled mouths. All were dug and have various degrees of ground imperfections, some major. Also the Cronk has a 1/2” by 1/4” side of lip bruise. The pontiled W.H.H. has a chip polished out on the inside edge of the lip.

($100.00)                                                                                ($180.00 - 220.00)

 

181.  ‘Salt City Bottling Co. / Best Brewed / A / Ginger Beer / Syracuse, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery, brown glaze shoulder and mouth, black transfer, 6 7/8”h, original lightning type wire closure and ‘Diamond / A / Ginger Beer’ marked porcelain stopper. Perfect condition.

 ($40.00)                                                                                   ($70.00  -100.00)

 

182.  ‘House’s / Home Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Wm. House / Lyons, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery, brown glazed shoulder and mouth, black transfer, 7”h, original lightning type wire closure. Perfect condition.

 ($60.00)                                                                                 ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

183.  ‘McLaughlin’s / Ginger / Shandy / Trade Mark Reg’s. / Made From Pure (motif of a root) / Jamaica Ginger Root / McLaughlin & Co. / Manufacturing Pharmacists / Buffalo’, etc. New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with black front and rear transfers, 10 1/4”h, original lightning type wire and ‘Mclaughlin & Co / Buffalo’ marked porcelain stopper.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

184.  ‘McLaughlin’s / Ginger / Shandy / Trade Mark Reg’d / Made From Pure (motif of a root) / Jamaica Ginger Root / J.J. McLaughlin / Limited / Manufacturing Chemists’, etc. New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with black front and rear transfers, 10 1/4”h, original lightning type wire closure. Perfect condition.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

185.  ‘Ennis Bros. Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Utica, N.Y.’, New York ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with black transfer, 7 1/2”h, original lightning wire closure and ‘Ennis Bros, Utica, N.Y’. red transfer porcelain stopper. A tiny glaze flake is off the edge of the base.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($120.00  -160.00)

 

186.  ‘Carney’s / Home / Ginger / Brew / Jas. F. Carney / Geneva, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with brown glazed shoulder and mouth, black transfer, 7 1/4”h, original lightning type wire closure and porcelain stopper. Perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                    ($180.0  -275.00)

 

187.  ‘Peel’s / English / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Geneva, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with black transfer, 7 1/4”h. Perfect condition.

 ($50.00)                                                                                   ($80.00  -140.00)

 

188.  ‘Gardner’s Old English Style / Ginger Beer / Elmira, N.Y. / 9 Ounces’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery, dark brown shoulder and mouth glaze, black transfer, original wire lightning style closure and ‘The Eagle Bottling Works / Elmira, N.Y.’ marked porcelain stopper. Perfect condition.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($140.00  -180.00)

 

189.  ‘Albany Steam Bottling Works / Hinckel Brewing Cos. / Jug-Lager / Brng-Bier / Albany, N.Y. U.S.A.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cram color pottery, brown glaze shoulder and mouth, black transfer. Perfect condition. Of all the Ginger Beers being offered this one by far has the most elaborate transfer.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

190.  ‘Lomax / 14 16 & 18 / Charles Place / Chicago / Trade Mark / J.A.L. / Registered / This Bottle / Must be Returned’, Illinois, ca. 1865 - 1875, cream color pottery with two streaks of cobalt blue slip on the shoulder, 7 3/4”h. Perfect condition. Made for the same company that used the cobalt blue Lomax embossed bottles. 

($70.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

191.  (Lot of 2) ‘House Bros. / English / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Rochester’ and a ‘Friedler’s / High Grade / English Brewed / Ginger Beer / Rochester, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with brown glazed shoulders and necks, black transfers, both have original lightning type wire closures, and matching colored transfers porcelain stoppers.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

192.  (Lot of 2) “Lee & Green / English / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Syracuse / Skegness, Bourne / Sleaford, Spalding’ and a ‘Lee & Green / English / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Syracuse, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with brown glaze shoulders and mouths, black transfer. Both are in perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                     ($80.00 - 130.00)

 

193.  (Lot of 2) ‘Voegele Bros. / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Lancaster, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 -1910, cream color pottery, one has brown glazed shoulders and mouths, both have black transfers, 7 1/2” and 7 / 5/8”h. Both are in perfect condition.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 180.00)

 

194.  (Lot of 2) ‘Voegele Bros. / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Lancaster, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 -1910, cream color pottery, both have brown glazed shoulders and mouths, and black transfers, 8”h, both have an original lightning type wire closure. Both are in perfect condition.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 180.00)

 

195.  (Lot of 2) ‘Royal Bottling Co. / Royal / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Rochester, NY.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery, both have brown glazed shoulders, mouths and black transfers, 7 1/2” and 8”h, the shorter bottle has the original lightning type closure. Both are in perfect condition.

 ($80.00)                                                                                 ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

196.  (Lot of 2) ‘Smith & Clody. / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / S&C Monogram Brand / Buffalo, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery, with black transfers, 7 1/8”h. one has the original lightning type wire closure. Both are in perfect condition. The bottle with the wire closure contains a solidified substance.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

197.  (Lot of 2) ‘Erie Bottling Works / Home Brewed / Ginger Beer / Utica, N.Y.’ and a ‘T.J. Welch / Welch’s / Ginger / Beer / Utica, N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with brown glazed shoulders and mouths, black transfers, one has the original lightning wire and porcelain stopper closure. One has ‘Sherwood Bros. Pottery’ impressed near the base. The T.J. Welch has a tiny edge of base glaze flake.

 ($70.00)                                                                                 ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

198.  (Lot of 3) ‘Standard Bottling Co. / Ginger / Beer / Buffalo, N,Y’., a ‘Smith & Clody / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / S&C Monogram Brand / Buffalo, N.Y.’ and a ‘Winter Bros. Co. / Ginger Beer / Buffalo. N.Y.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery, the Standard Bottling has a brown glaze shoulder and mouth, all have black transfers, 7 1/4” to 7 1/2”h, the Smith & Clody has the original lightning type wire closure. The Smith & Clody has a very tiny glaze flake at the edge of the base.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -200.00)

 

199.  (Lot of 3)  ‘Lee & Green / English / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Buffalo / N.Y. / Skegness, Bourne / Sleaford, Spalding’ a ‘Lee & Green / English Brewed / Ginger Beer / Buffalo / N.Y.S. America / Bourne / Sleaford, Spalding & Skegness’ and a ‘Lee & Green Cp. / English / Brewed / Ginger / Beer / Buffalo / U.S.A. / Bourne Sleaford, Spalding & Skegness Eng.’, New York, ca. 1885 - 1910, cream color pottery with brown glaze shoulders and mouths, black transfer, 6 1/4” to 6 3/4”h. All three are in perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

200.  (Lot of 2) Saltglaze Stoneware Beers, ‘Dr. Cronk’, (impressed on the shoulder), (Graci, pg. 30), New York, ca. 1850 - 1865, grayish pottery with cobalt blue neck wash, 12-sided, 9 1/4”h, 2 1/2” base diameter. One has a tiny edge of base glaze flake and a large drip of extra glaze is on one panel. Scarce size for a Dr. Cronk’s bottle.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

 

Part 2

Closes August 22, 2017

 

201.  Saltglaze Stoneware Beer, ‘Fisk & Co’ (impressed on the shoulder), (Graci, pg. 34), American, ca. 1850 - 1865, tan color pottery with deep cobalt blue shoulder and mouth, 10 5/8”h. Perfect condition. This is the first of seven Saltglaze stoneware beers all from a single collection. Stoneware beers were popular in Central and Western New York, from around 1845 through 1865.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

202.  Saltglaze Stoneware Beer, ‘E. Ferris’ (impressed on the shoulder), (Graci, pg. 34), American, ca. 1850 - 1865, tan color pottery with cobalt blue shoulder and mouth, 10”h. Perfect condition. Note the long run of additional glaze below the cone.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

203.  Saltglaze Stoneware Beer, ‘J A Lagrange’ (impressed on the shoulder), (Graci, pg. 49), American, ca. 1850 - 1865, tan color pottery with cobalt blue shoulder and mouth, 10 1/4”h. Perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

204.  Saltglaze Stoneware Beer, ‘L. Beard’ (impressed on the shoulder), (Graci, pg. 22), American, ca. 1850 - 1865, tan color pottery with dark cobalt blue shoulder and mouth, 10”h. Perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

205.  Saltglaze Stoneware Beer, ‘Dolan Bros’ (impressed on the shoulder), (Graci, pg. 32), Canadian, ca. 1850 - 1865, gray color pottery with dark cobalt blue shoulder and mouth, 9 1/2”h. Perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

206.  Saltglaze Stoneware Beer, ‘Fairbanks & Beard / Howard St.’ (impressed on the shoulder), (Graci, pg. 34), American, ca. 1850 - 1865, tan color pottery with cobalt blue shoulder and mouth, 10”h. Perfect condition

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

207.  Figural Indian Princess Bottle, American, ca. 1910 - 1915, clear glass, 12 3/4”h, smooth base, ABM lip. Some minor stain is located in the shoulder area, otherwise perfect. Identical to the Brown’s Celebrated Indian Herb Bitters bottle, but lacking the embossing.

($40.00)                                                                                     ($70.00  -90.00)

 

208.  “BOURBON WHISKEY / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, B-171), Massachusetts, ca. 1860 - 1875, medium pink puce barrel, 9 3/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. A small factory polish is on the side of the lip, but no post production flaws. Good glass whittle, desirable color!

($450.00)                                                                               ($900.00 - 1,200.00)

 

209.  “CURTIS - CORDIAL - CALISAYA - THE GREAT - STOMACH - BITTERS / 1-8-6-6-C-C-1-9-0-0”, (Ring/Ham, C-261), American, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellow amber, 11 3/4”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Lightly cleaned to its original luster, but retains some light scratches and a tiny chip is off the outer edge of the lip. Scarce form and color.

($400.00)                                                                               ($800.00 - 1,400.00)

 

210.  “DOYLES - HOP - BITTERS - 1872” / (cluster of hops), (Ring/Ham, D-93), New York, ca. 1872 - 1880, yellow amber semi-cabin, 9 3/8”h, “E” on smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A 1/2” by 1/4” open surface bubble is located on a label panel. More yellow than normal.

($30.00)                                                                                       ($50.00  -80.00)

 

211.  “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-105), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium to deep cherry puce 6-log cabin, 9 7/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Some minor wear is on a lower roof peak. Good color, great window bottle.

($150.00)                                                                                ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

212.  “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-105), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber 6-log cabin, 10 1/8”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition, bold impression.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00  -150.00)

 

213.  “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-108), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium apricot puce 6-log cabin, 10”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Overall excellent condition, good color! A sizable cluster of internal sand grains is above the word Bitters.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

214.  (Lot of 2) “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS - PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham, D-105 & 108), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber and olive yellow 6-log cabins, 9 3/4”h, smooth bases, applied tapered collar mouths. The amber bottle has a 1/4” in size ‘bruise’ on a roof corner. The olive yellow example is perfect, but has an in-making factory fire polished out lip chip. Both have great impressions.

($400.00)                                                                               ($800.00 - 1,200.00)

 

215.  “DOCTOR / FISCH’S BITTERS - W.H. WARE / PATENTED 1866”, (Ring/Ham, F-44), Pennsylvania, ca. 1866 - 1875, reddish amber fish, 11 1/2”h, smooth base, applied ring lip. About perfect. Good glass luster.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00  -475.00)

 

216.  “GREELEY’S BOURBON / BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, G-101), Massachusetts, ca. 1865 - 1875, smoky topaz with olive tone barrel, 9 1/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth.  A very faint 3/16” in diameter ‘bruise’ is on the side of the lip.  Nice color and the minor flaw is non-offensive.

($275.00)                                                                                ($400.00 - 600.00)

 

217.  “DR. J. HOSTETTER’S / STOMACH BITTERS”, (Ring/Ham, H-194), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, deep olive green, 9 1/4”h, 3” base diameter, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. A pinhead in size flake is off a corner panel at the base, also a few light scratches. An unusual crescent shaped tool mark is on a label panel. Some dried contents exist of the type that a good washing would remove.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

218.  “W. & CO. / N.Y.”, (Ring/Ham, P-100), New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, amber figural pineapple, 8 5/8”h, open pontil, applied double collar mouth. About perfect. Nice example, almost no trace of wear.

($150.00)                                                                                ($375.00 - 550.00)

 

219.  “SAZERAC AROMATIC BITTERS” (on the base) - PHD & CO.” (monogram on the shoulder), (Ring/Ham, S-48), Louisiana, ca. 1870 - 1880, yellowish amber ladies leg form, 10”h, smooth base, applied ringed mouth. At first glance it appears to be in perfect condition. But under closer inspection it appears that the mouth is a replacement from another bottle.

($100.00)                                                                                ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

220.  “ZWACK JES TARSAI / UNICUM - FEDERAL LAW FORBIDS SALE / OR REUSE OF THIS BOTTLE”, (similar to Ring/Ham U-9L), Spanish made for the American market, ca. 1935 - 1940, grass green ball, 7”h, smooth base, ABM lip, 97% original labels read: ‘Unicum. (cross in a red circle), 1 Quart / Product of Spain / 84 Proof, Unicum Bitters, imported by J. Zwack & Co. Cleveland, Ohio’. The bottle is perfect.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

221.  “M & J.S. PERRINE / 37 NTH FRONT ST. / PHILADA.” (on an applied shoulder seal) - “M. & J.S. PERRINE / 37 NTH FRONT ST / PHILADA.”, unlisted), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, orange amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth and seal. Perfect condition, plenty of air bubbles!

($80.00)                                                                                   ($150.00  -250.00)

 

222.  “J.F.T & CO. / ESTABLISHED / 1821 / PHILADA.”, (on an applied shoulder seal), (unlisted), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, yellowish amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth and seal. Perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

223.  “J.T & CO. / 341 / WALNUT ST. / PHILADA.”, (on an applied shoulder seal), (unlisted), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth and seal. Overall moderate, easily cleanable stain, but no form of damage.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

224.  “S.A. WERTZ PHILA. / SUPERIOR / OLD / RYE WHISKEY” (on an applied shoulder seal), (Denzin WER-11), Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium amber quart, smooth base, applied double collar mouth and seal. Pristine perfect condition, good glass whittle!

($70.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

225.  “PAUL JONES / WHISKEY / LOUISVILLE, KY.”, (on an applied shoulder seal), (Denzin, JON-21), Kentucky, ca. 1880 - 1890, reddish amber half-gallon, 11”h, smooth base, applied seal, tooled double collar mouth. Perfect condition, rare half-gallon size.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

226.  Handled Whiskey, “131 / F” (inside a diamond) / “BOURBON”, (unlisted), American, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber, 9 5/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth and handle. A spot of wear is located near a mold seam. Also the applied handle has the tip of the finial missing. A rare handled whiskey bottle!

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 375.00)

 

227.  Handle Whiskey, “THE HOLTZ & FREYSTEDT CO. / R & W / INC / N.Y.” (on the base), (unlisted), New York, ca. 1890 - 1900, amber jug, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied handle, tooled mouth. Perfect condition, very rare!

($120.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

228.  Handled Whiskey, “CHESNUT GROVE / WHISKEY / C.W.”, (on a molded seal), (Denzin, WHA-13), Pennsylvania, ca. 1855 - 1865, yellow amber chestnut form, 8”h, open pontil, applied ring mouth and handle. About perfect. Good color, scarce smaller size.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

229.  Freeblown Handled Whiskey, American, ca. 1855 - 1865, medium apricot color, 6”h, open pontil, applied tapered collar mouth and handle. A hairline crack travels around the neck

($50.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -250.00)

 

230.  (Lot of 3) Freeblown Chestnut Form Handled Whiskeys, American, ca. 1855 - 1865, shaded of yellowish amber, 7” to 8 7/8”h, open pontils, applied ring mouths and handles. The smaller bottle has overall milky inside stain. The other two are perfect.

($120.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

231.  Pattern Molded Decanter, American, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium amber, 26-vertical rib pattern, 10”h, open pontil, applied double collar mouth, original neck foil. An unusual closure consists of a ‘Pat Dec. 6, 87’ impressed neck band attached by two connecting wires to a metal cap, seated on a cork. The top of the cap is impressed, ‘Whiskey’. Some spotty wear is on several of the ribs.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

232.  Embossed Monks in Various Poses, American, ca. 1885 - 1895, amber, 10”h, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

233.  “WILSON, FAIRBANK & CO. / SOLE AGENTS” - (slug plate) / “OLD BOURBON / WHISKEY - FOR / MEDICINAL / PURPOSES”, (Denzin, WIL-82), Massachusetts, ca. 1860 - 1870, bluish aqua, 8 1/4”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Some light internal haze.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

234.  “D.J. CARRUTH. - SCHIEDAM - HELIOTROPE / SCHNAPPS.”, (unlisted), American, ca. 1870 - 1880, yellowish amber, 10”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Some light overall haze, but no damage. Extremely rare as we have not seen another!

($250.00)                                                                                ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

235.  “JONES & BANKS - IMPORTERS - 37 BEAVER ST N.Y.”, (Denzin, JON-41), New York, ca. 1860 - 1870, yellowish amber, 8”h, smooth base, applied screw threaded mouth, original “PAT. / JAN / 1861” internal screw threaded stopper. The bottle is perfect. Good whittle and glass clarity.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

236.  “CASPER’S WHISKEY / MADE BY HONEST / NORTH / CAROLINA PEOPLE”, (Denzin, CAS-42), North Carolina, ca. 1890 - 1910, cobalt blue, 12”h, smooth base, tooled lip. A 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the edge of the base. A tiny open bubble is on a neck flute.

($120.00)                                                                                ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

237.  “RECORDS & GOLDSBOROUGH / R&C (monogram) / MALT WHISKEY / BALTIMORE, MD.”, Maryland, ca. 1870 - 1880, yellow amber cylinder, 10 3/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Excellent overall condition, some glass whittle.

($40.00)                                                                                       ($70.00  -90.00)

 

238.  “JOHN T. & WILLIAM H. DALY NEW YORK”, (Denzin, DAL-33), New York, ca. 1860 - 1870, yellowish olive green, 10”h, smooth base, applied mouth. An area of glass pitting, otherwise perfect. This is the scarce ‘John T.’ embossed variant.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

239.  “WILLIAM H. DALY NEW YORK”, (Denzin, DAL-35), New York, ca. 1860 - 1870, yellowish olive green, 10 1/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Fine example, plenty of seed bubbles. This is the variant that has the ‘John E.&’ embossing slugged out.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

240.  “HENRY CHAPMAN & CO. / SOLE / AGENTS / MONTREAL”, (Denzin, CHA-41), Canadian, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber teardrop flask, 5 3/4”h, smooth base, applied sheared and ground lip. A 1/2” by 1/4” in size chip is off the side of the mouth.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

241.  Whiskey Flask, “W. BRATT - WOLVERHAMPTON” grape and vine embossing), English, ca. 1870 - 1885, aqua pint, English registration mark on smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

242.  “WHARTON’S / WHISKEY / 1850 / CHESNUT GROVE” (all inside an embossed chain), (Denzin, WHA-11), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, amber teardrop flask, 5 1/4”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Some light scratches as is normal for this flask that dose not stand upright.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00  -475.00)

 

243.  “J.W. ARFMANN / COR. CHERRY ST. / & / CATHARINE SLIP / NEW YORK / ONE HALF PINT / FULL MEASURE”, New York, ca. 1880 - 1900, amber half-pint strapsided flask, “L & M.G. / 182 FULTON ST / N.Y.” is on the smooth base, tooled double collar mouth. A tiny ‘ding’ is located near the letter “C” in Catharine. Also some light spotty stain.

($40.00)                                                                                     ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

244.  (Lot of 2) “CHELTENHAM / NATURAL / APERIENT WATER”, and a ‘Bitter Wasser Pullnaer / Gemeinde / Pullna’ (impressed on a side panel), European, ca. 1820 - 1890, tan color pottery and apple green glass, 8” and 10 1/2”h, the Cheltenham has “E B & CO LD. / 10898” on a smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. The pottery bottle has a flat 1 1/2” by 1” chip off a side panel near the base.

($30.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

245.  (Lot of 2) “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / (crown) / BOTTLED BY / A.P. HOTALING & CO - AN O1”, and a “H. KEISTER / N.E. CORNER / 5TH & MARKET STS / HARRISBURG, PA.”, (Thomas #45), American, ca. 1885 - 1910, shades of amber, 9 3/4” and 11 5/8”h, smooth bases, tooled and applied mouths. The Cutter has a shallow 3/16” by 1/8” chip off the edge of the base. Otherwise both are perfect.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

246.  (Lot of 4 Malt Whiskey Bottles), “PURE / (sheaf of grain) / BARLEY MALT WHISKEY”, a “PURE MALT WHISKEY / HKCO (monogram) / NEW YORK”, a “DOLBURG’S / F.W. HUNT & COMPANY / (mortar and pestle) / 125 BROAD ST. BOSTON / MALT WHISKEY”, and a “SHEEHAN’S / SP&CO. (monogram) / MALT WHISKEY / UTICA, N.Y.”, American, ca. 1890 - 1915, shades of amber and clear glass cylinders, 10 1/8” to 10 3/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. The HKCO monogram bottle has moderate overall external stain. The sheaf of grain example has a tiny bruise on the inside edge of the lip. The Dolburg’s has a tiny side of base bruise. Some rare bottles in this lot.

($100.00)                                                                                ($150.00  -275.00)

 

247.  (Lot of 4) (3) “GUARANTEED / TN (monogram) / TO CONTAIN / A FULL QUART / THEODORE NETTER / PHILADELPHIA / UNION MADE / BOTTLE” and a “TRADE MARK / REGISTERED / (Uncle Sam and Miss Liberty Holding Glasses) / GUARANTEED / UNITED STATES / SERIAL NO. 6562 / THEODORE NETTER / PHILADELPHIA, PA / U.S.A.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass quarts, 10 1/2”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. One of the Guaranteed bottles has part of the original label. All are in perfect condition.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

248.  (Lot of 2) Ceramic Pub Jugs, ‘Old Bushmills Whiskey’ on all four sided, Irish, ca. 20th Century, brown glaze handled jugs, 4 1/2”h, ‘Made in Arklow / Republic of Ireland’ stamped on the bases. Both are in perfect condition.

($40.00)                                                                                     ($80.00  -120.00)

 

249.  (Lot of 7) Ceramic Pub Jugs, (2) (Stags head) ‘Macleay Duff / Scotch Whisky’, a ‘White Horse’ / (standing horse) / ‘Whisky’ a ‘T / Tennent’s Lager’ a ‘John Begg / Scotch Whisky - Take a Peg / Of / John Begg’, a ‘Teacher’s / Scotch / Whisky’ and a ‘The Glenmorangie / Single Highland Malt’, English and Scottish, ca. 20th Century, cream, turquoise blue and orange color jugs with various black or colorful transfers, 2 3/4” to 8”h, most have manufacturers base markings. All are in perfect condition.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 250.00)

 

250.  (Lot of 7), Miscellaneous Items, English and American, ca. 20th Century, a ‘Gatto’s Extra Special Scotch Whisky’ Jug, a ‘Bass & Co’s Pale Ale 1777 - 1977’ 200-year celebration pub jug, a ‘Bass & Co’s Pale Ale, Read Brothers London, The Dogs Head Bottling’, bar coaster, a 1976 bicentennial whiskey in the form of the Liberty Bell made by ‘Royal Halburton China’ company, a clear glass handled pitcher with ‘Usher’s, Special Reserve Scotch Whiskey’ etching, an ‘Ascot / Shaving / Cup’ soap holder, and a ‘Rawleigh’s Stock Tonic’ metal ladle. The Bass & Co’s Pale Ale coaster has some wear and minor loss of paint. The Usher’s pitcher has some of the lettering worn away. Everything else is in perfect condition.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -250.00)

 

251.  BUST OF WASHINGTON  - TREE, (GI-36), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua calabash, open pontil, applied double collar mouth. About perfect, good glass whittle, a scarce mold.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

252.  BUST OF WASHINGTON - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (GI-59), Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ca. 1848 - 1855, aqua half-pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Just a touch of high point wear, otherwise perfect. A scarce mold.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

253.  “JENY LIND” / BUST OF JENNY LIND - “GLASS FACTORY” / GLASS FACTORY, (GI-102), Whitney Glass Works, Glassboro, New Jersey, ca. 1855 - 1865, ice blue calabash, open pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. Perfect condition, great impression, better than normal color. Here’s a nice one!

($70.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

254.  (Lot of 2) “JENY LIND” / BUST OF JENNY LIND - GLASS FACTORY Calabashes, (GI-103), Whitney Glass Works, Glassboro, New Jersey, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua, open pontils, applied tapered collar mouths. One example has an overall interior milky stain and an open surface bubble in the applied mouth. The other has some very light easily removable interior stain.

($100.00)                                                                                ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

255.  “JENNY LIND” / BUST OF JENNY LIND - “FISLERVILLE GLASS WORKS” / GLASS HOUSE, (GI-107), Fislerville Glass Works, Fislerville, New Jersey, ca. 1855 - 1860, aqua calabash, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth. Nice example.

($50.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

256.  “KOSSUTH” / BUST OF KOSSUTH - TREE, (GI-113), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, light apple green calabash, open pontil, applied double collar mouth. Nice example. Not a lot of color, but definitely not aqua!

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -250.00)

 

257.  (Lot of 2) “JENNY LIND” / BUST OF JENNY LIND - “FISLERVILLE GLASS WORKS” / GLASS FACTORY, and a CLASPED HANDS / “UNION” - EAGLE WITH BANNER, (GI-107 & GXII-43), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua calabash’s open and iron pontils. applied double collar mouths. The Fislerville example has a tiny chip off the outer edge of the lip. A potstone located in the shield of the Clasped Hands example has a 1/2” long stress crack traveling across it, also an area of milky inside stain.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 140.00)

 

258.  EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA,  (GII-11), Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, bluish aqua half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some milky inside stain is of the type that could easily be professionally removed.

($180.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

259.  EAGLE - “LOUISVILLE / KY / GLASSWORKS”,  (GII-33), Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, Kentucky, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua half-pint, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition almost no trace of wear and with a very bold impression.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

260.  EAGLE - CLUSTER OF GRAPES, (GII-56), Coffin & Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, New Jersey, ca. 1825 - 1835, bluish aqua half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Pristine perfect condition, great impression and no trace of wear. It’s hard to imagine a nicer one!

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

261.  “LIBERTY” / EAGLE - “WILLINGTON / GLASS / CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN”, (GII-63), Willington Glass Works, West Willington, Connecticut, ca. 1855 - 1865, medium olive green half-pint, smooth base, sheared and tooled lip. Some slight high point wear. Nice example, plenty of seed bubbles.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

262.  (Lot of 2) “LIBERTY” / EAGLE - “WILLINGTON / GLASS / CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN”, and an EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA,  (GII-63 & 72), American, ca. 1825 - 1865, olive green half-pint, and yellowish ‘old’ amber pint, open pontil and smooth base, applied double collar mouth and tooled lip. The Willington has a faint 1/2” long hairline crack is in the lower part of the body near the base. A sizable ‘bird swing’ travels from midpoint of the flask from the front to the back. The Eagle - Cornucopia has a 2 1/2” long crack traveling from the lip down the medial rib.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

263.  EAGLE - EAGLE, (GII-86a), Granite Glass Woks, Stoddard, New Hampshire, ca. 1850 - 1860, medium olive green half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Near perfect condition, scarce pure green color!

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

264 EAGLE / “CUNNINGHAM /  & CO / PITTSBURGH” - EAGLE / “GLASS / MANUFACTURERS”, (GII-110), Cunningham & Co. Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, bluish aqua quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth. A 3/8” by 3/16” open bubble is on a mold seam.                      

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  - 90.00)

 

265.  EAGLE, (GII-138a), American, ca. 1880 - 1890, golden yellowish amber pint, smooth base, tooled double collar mouth. Pristine perfect condition.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

266.  EAGLE WITH BANNER - (reverse is plain), (GII-143), American, ca. 1855 - 1859, medium 7-Up or lime green calabash, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth. A tiny chip is off the outer edge of the lip, otherwise perfect. Want to add some color to your run of calabash flasks? Pay attention to this one!

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

267.  EAGLE WITH BANNER - (reverse is plain), (GII-143), American, ca. 1855 - 1859, light cornflower blue calabash, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. Perfect condition. Usually found in shades of bright green and considerably scarce in any other color!

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -140.00)

 

268.  (Lot of 2) EAGLE - EAGLE Flasks, (GII-91 & 122), American, ca. 1860 - 1870, shades of aqua quart and half-pint, smooth bases, applied ring mouths. Both are in overall excellent condition with the half-pint being a scarce mold.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

269.  (Lot of 2) EAGLE / “PITTSBURGH / PA.” and a SCROLL Flask, (GII-109, and a GIX-34), American, ca. 1845 - 1870, aqua half-pints, smooth and pontil scarred bases, applied mouth, sheared and tooled lip. The Eagle flask has an overall milky stain. The Scroll flask has a 3/16” by 1/8” chip off the top edge of the lip. Also a small lip chip.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

270.  “CORN FOR THE WORLD” / EAR OF CORN - MONUMENT / “BALTIMORE”, (GVI-4), Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1840 - 1850, deep bluish aqua quart, smooth base, applied single collar mouth. A tiny chip is off the outer edge of the lip. Some high point wear is mostly on the monument side and spotty inside stain or possibly dried contents. Bold impression, deeper than normal color.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

271.  “CORN FOR THE WORLD” / EAR OF CORN - MONUMENT / “BALTIMORE”, (GVI-5), Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1835 - 1845, aqua quart, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some high point wear is on both the ear of corn and the monument.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

272.  “B.P. & B.” SCROLL Flask, (GIX-38), Bakewell, Page & Bakewell Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1850, aqua half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect, (some very faint interior iridescent stain).

($120.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 375.00)

 

273.  STANDING DEER / “GOOD / GAME” - WILLOW TREE, (GX-1), probably Coffin & Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, New Jersey, ca. 1835 - 1845, bluish aqua pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Some light internal haze exits, also some light scratches.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

274.  CLUSTER OF GRAPES - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (GX-3), Coffin & Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, New Jersey, ca. 1835 - 1845, bluish aqua half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect. A scarce flask with a very bold impression!

($120.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

275.  SLOOP - STAR LIKE ORNAMENT, (GX-8), possible Bridgeton Glass Works, Bridgeton, New Jersey, ca. 1825 - 1835, bluish aqua half-pint, open pontil, inward rolled lip. Some milky inside content stain is in the lower one-half of the flask and a tiny flake is off the top edge of the lip.

($50.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

276.  “FOR PIKE’S PEAK” / PROSPECTOR /  “OLD RYE” - EAGLE / “PITTSBURGH / PA.”, (GXI-9), Pittsburgh Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1875, bluish aqua pint, smooth base, applied ringed mouth. Perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

277.  “FOR PIKE’S PEAK” / PROSPECTOR - EAGLE WITH BANNER”, (GXI-7), probably Pittsburgh Glass Works, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1860 - 1875, bluish aqua quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth. Some minor scratches and spotty high point wear.

($40.00)                                                                                   ($80.00  - 120.00)

 

278.  “PIKE’S PEAK” / PROSPECTOR - EAGLE WITH BANNER, (GXI-30), American, ca. 1860 - 1875, bluish aqua quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth. About perfect. Nice example, almost no trace of wear.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

279.  “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE WITH BANNER, (unlisted), American, ca. 1860 - 1875, bluish aqua quart, smooth base, applied ring mouth. Perfect condition, no trace of wear. The side with the Eagle embossing is almost identica tol flask GXII-7. The difference is on the ‘Union’ embossed side where five wide vertical bars are in the Shield.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

280.  “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS /       NO. 2 - EAGLE, (GXII-7), probably Midwestern, ca. 1860 - 1870, aqua quart, smooth base, applied ring collar mouth. About perfect (an area of minor external stain is on the eagle side).

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

281.  “UNION” / CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE WITH BANNER, (GXII-28), American, ca. 1860 - 1870, amber pint, smooth base, applied mouth. An area of minor external dullness is on the eagle side. Also some minor scratches.

($180.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 450.00)

 

282.  (Lot of 2) CLASPED HANDS / MASONIC SYMBOL / “UNION” - EAGLE WITH BANNER / “A.R.S.”, Calabashes, (GIV-42), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua, open pontils, applied tapered collar mouths. Both are in near perfect condition. One has some yellow olive neck and mouth striations.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

283.  (Lot of 2) HUNTER - FISHERMAN, Calabash’s, (GXIII-4 & 5), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, bluish aqua, smooth bases, applied tapered collar mouth. The GXIII-4 has an open surface bubble on the Hunter side. The GXIII-5 is in pristine perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

284.  HUNTER - FISHERMAN, (GXIII-6), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, greenish aqua calabash, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth. A tiny chip is off the edge of the base. Of the three Hunter - Fisherman molds this is the scarcest!

($60.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

285.  DANCER - BANJO PLAYER, (GXIII-8), J.L. Chapman Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua half-pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Pristine perfect condition, no trace of wear. A scarce little flask.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

286.  DANCER - BANJO PLAYER / “BALTO, MD.”, (GXIII-9), J.L. Chapman Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. Perfect condition, no wear and full of seed bubbles.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

287.  DANCER / “CHAPMAN” - BANJO PLAYER / “BALTO, MD.”, (GXIII-10), J.L. Chapman Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua half-pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. A shallow 1/8” in size chip is off the outer edge of the lip, otherwise perfect.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

288.  U.S. ARMY OFFICER - LARGE DAISY, (GXIII-15), American, ca. 1850 - 1860, aqua calabash, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. An open surface bubble is on one of the daisy’s petals, otherwise about perfect.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

289.  SOLDIER ON A HORSE - HOUND, (GXIII-16), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua quart, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. About perfect. One of the earlier ones!

($60.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -140.00)

 

290.  (Lot of 2) SHEAF OF GRAIN - ORNAMENT and a SHEAF OF GRAIN - TREE, (GXIII-43 & 46), American, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua and ice blue calabashes, open pontils, applied tapered collar mouths. With the exception of a tiny open surface bubble on the Sheaf and Ornament bottle, both are in perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

291.  “SPRING GARDEN” / ANCHOR / “GLASS WORKS” - CABIN, (GXIII-59), Spring Garden Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland, ca. 1855 - 1865, aqua pint, open pontil, sheared and tooled lip. A chip on the edge of the base at the mold seam has been partially buffed out.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

292.  “TRAVELER’S / COMPANION” - EIGHT POINTED STAR, (GXIV-7), probable Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, New York, ca. 1850 - 1860, yellowish amber half-pint, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. A 1/4” ‘flash’ is on the inside edge of the lip.  Rare mold and in a scarce color!

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -350.00)

 

293.  “PATENT”, (GXV-16A), Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, New Hampshire, ca. 1855 - 1865, yellowish ‘old’ amber pint, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. An area of wear and some scratches are on the Patent side. This is the ‘no dot’ under Patent variant.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -140.00)

 

294.  “L.K. & CO. / SYRACUSE, N.Y.” - (reverse is plain), (GXV-33), New York, ca. 1880 - 1895, amber strapsided half-pint, smooth base, tooled double collar mouth. A tiny chip is off the edge of a ‘strap’, otherwise perfect. Rated as being rare!

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

295.  (Lot of 3) “WHITNEY / GLASS WORKS” (on the base),  (GXV-26 & 27), Whitney Glass Works, Glassboro, New Jersey, ca. 1860 - 1875, shades of amber pints and a half-pint, smooth bases, all have applied mouths with two having correct “PAT / 1861” screw threaded glass stoppers. The pint lacking the stopper has overall external stain and a 1/4” in size ‘bruise on the side of the mouth. The stopper on the pint has a chip off its underside.

($100.00)                                                                                ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

296.  “BUST OF ROOSEVELT / “E. PLURIBUS UNUM” / AMERICAN EAGLE / “1936” - “TVA” / HAND HOLDING A LIGHTNING BOLT / MOTIF OF A DAM / “1936”, (McK./Wil. pg. 699), American, ca. 1936, pale greenish aqua calabash, smooth base, tooled mouth. Perfect condition. Designed and made for Dr. J.S. Hall of Clinton, Tennessee, an early bottle collector, to commemorate the TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority), whose Norris Dam was not far from where he lived.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

297.  Pattern Molded Pocket Flask, probably German, ca. 1815 - 1830, deep amethyst, 20-ogival pattern, 6 1/4”h, pontil scarred base, sheared and tooled lip. A few light scratches, but no form of damage.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($180.00- 275.00)

 

298.  Pumpkinseed Flask, “WATT’S - TRY IT”, American, ca. 1885 - 1910, amber quarter-pint, 4 3/8”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition. A number of ‘Try it’ pumpkinseed flasks exist, but this is the first we’ve encounter that was made for a particular liquor company.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

299.  (Lot of 4) Pocket Flasks, “TRY IT”, a “CONTINENTAL / 1776 - 1876”, a “TRADE MARK” / (Two Women Holding a Sheaf of Grain) / “MARTIN L. WOLF”, and a Spider Web Pattern Flask, American, ca. 1875 - 1910, shades of amber and aqua, 4 1/2” to 6 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied and tooled lips. Several have light scratches, otherwise all are in overall excellent condition.

($100.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 375.00)

 

300.  (Lot of 3) (2) have embossed Anchor’s, the other has the letters “STAR” (inside a Five Pointed Star), American, ca. 1870 - 1900, shades of amber and aqua pint and half-pints, smooth bases, tooled and applied mouths. The strapsided anchor embossed flask has a good amount of scratches and wear.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

301.  (Lot of 4) Pocket Flasks, one has an overall Diamond Pattern, another has a Twisted Rib Pattern, two are Unembossed, American, ca. 1860 - 1910, greenish aqua, black amethyst and clear glass, half-pints, the greenish aqua flask has an open pontil, the other three have smooth bases, the black amethyst flask has a ground lip and original metal screw on cap, the others have tooled lips. The amethyst flask a tiny edge of base chip with a number of hairline compression fissures extending from it. The others are perfect.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -140.00)

 

302.  “DR. FAUST’S / GERMAN AROMATIC / WINE / LEROY, N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, amber, 10 1/2”h, smooth base, applied ring mouth. In ‘as found’ dug condition, having some light stain and a number of raised glass swirls, but no form of damage. A very rare bottle that should respond well to a professional cleaning.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00  -375.00)

 

303.  “MRS. S.A. ALLEN’S - WORLDS HAIR / RESTORER - NEW YORK”, (Fadely, pg. 8), New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, medium  to deep pink amethyst, 7 1/4”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. A bubble on a corner panel has a tiny opening in the cover glass. Also a few light scratches. Nice color, lighter in density than most.

($120.00)                                                                                ($180.00  -275.00)

 

304.  “L.Q.C. WISHART’S - PINE TREE / TAR CORDIAL / PHILA. - TRADE / motif of a pine tree) / 1859”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1865 - 1880, emerald green, 8 1/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. A 1/2” by 1/8” sliver type chip is off a corner panel edge at the base. Another chip, 1/4” by 1/8” in size is off a panel edge.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

305.  “H.H. WARNER & CO. (motif of a canoe) / TIPPECANOE”, (Ojea, #47), New York, ca. 1885 - 1890, yellow amber log, 9”h, “ROCHESTER / 5 / N.Y.” on smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition, plenty of yellow in this one!

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

306.  “H.H. WARNER & CO. (motif of a canoe) / TIPPECANOE”, (Ojea, #47), New York, ca. 1885 - 1890, deep amber log, 9”h, “ROCHESTER / 4/ N.Y / PAT NOV. 20 . 83.” on smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition, one of the darker ones!

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

307.  “DR. TOWNSEND’S - SARSAPARILLA - ALBANY / N Y”, (Odell, pg. 349), (DeGrafft, 206), New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium green, 9 3/4”h, iron pontil, applied tapered collar mouth. A 3/8” by 3/8” ‘rainbow’ type bruise is on the inside edge of the lip. Also some minor scratches and shoulder stain.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

308.  “H. LAKE’S / INDIAN / SPECIFIC”, (Odell, pg. 218), New York, ca. 1840 - 1860, aqua, 8 1/8”h, open pontil, applied mouth. Two faint iridescent bruises, the largest being 3/8” by 1/8” in size, are located on a side panel at the shoulder.

($120.00)                                                                                ($180.00  -275.00)

 

309.  “TURF OIL DOVE & CO. / RICHMOND VA.”, (Odell, pg. 113), Virginia, ca. 1840 - 1860, aqua, triangular form, 4 5/8”h, open pontil, outward rolled lip. Overall inside milky stain, but no form of damage. A number of medicines including Turf Oil were produced by John Purcell, Ladd & Co. They advertised their drug house as being the largest of its kind between Baltimore and New Orleans. Unfortunately the building was destroyed by fire during the Confederate Evacuation of Richmond on April 2nd, 1865.

($120.00)                                                                                ($200.00  -300.00)

 

310.  “DR. C.F. BROWN’S / YOUNG / AMERICAN / LINIMENT / PHILADA.”, (Odell, pg. 53), Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, aqua cylinder, 4 1/8”h, open pontil, inward rolled lip. Pristine perfect like new condition.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($150.00  -250.00)

 

311.  (Lot of 5) “DR. McMUNN’S / ELIXIR OF OPIUM”, a “DR. THOMPSON’S / EYE WATER / NEW LONDON / CONNT.”, a “HUNT’S / LINIMENT - PREPARED BY - G.E. STANTON - SING SING, N.Y.”, a “GENUINE / ESSENCE”, and a “BOGLE’S - ELECTRIC / HAIR DYE - BOSTON - NO. 2”, American, ca. 1840 - 1860, aqua, 2 1/2” to 4 7/8”h, open pontils, applied and rolled lips. The Bogle’s has some light inside content stain, all the others are in pristine perfect like new condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

312.  “BURNETT / APOTHECARY / 33 TREMONT ROW / BOSTON”, (Odell pg. 60), Massachusetts, ca. 1855 - 1860, clear glass, 8 1/2”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Pristine perfect condition, just missed being pontiled.

 ($90.00)                                                                                 ($140.00  -180.00)

 

313.  “J.W. COLTONS - PURE - PREPARATIONS”, American, ca. 1860 - 1865, clear glass, 7 7/8”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Pristine condition, good whittle, and probably just missed being pontiled!

($90.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

314.  “PACKARDS - SCROFULA / REMEDY - ROME, N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1880 - 1890, bluish aqua, 9”h, smooth base, applied mouth. Perfect condition. A rare bottle, made for Rev. Leon Packard.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

315.  (Lot of 2) (Motif of Apothecary Instruments) / “FROM / DR. H.C. PORTER / DRUG STORE” / (motif of Apothecary Instruments), Pennsylvania, ca. 1870 - 1885, aqua and clear glass, roped corners, 5 1/4” and 6 1/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips. Both bottles have some minor spotty stain, but no form of damage. Dr. Porter’s drug store was in Towanda, Pennsylvania.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00  -150.00)

 

316.  “R & G. A. WRIGHT / PHILADA.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1843 - 1860, clear glass with amethystine tint, cylindrical with three oval indented panels surround the bottle, 9 1/4”h, pontil scarred base, tooled internal ground mouth, original crescent moon ground glass stopper. Some spotty inside content stain exists, but no form of damage. The druggist firm of R & G.A. Wright Company produced a number of products that included perfumes, pomades, colognes and toilet soap. This bottle probably contained a cologne.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

317.  “SCD” (monogram) / S C / DISPENSARY”, (Huggins #105), South Carolina, ca. 1893 - 1907, pale green Jo-Jo flask, 6 3/4”h, smooth base, tooled double collar mouth. About perfect (several light scratches).

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -140.00)

 

318.  “SCD” (monogram) / S C / DISPENSARY - P. BROS.”, (Huggins, #306), South Carolina, ca. 1893 - 1907, clear glass quart, 9 1/8”h, “C.L.F.G. CO.” on smooth base, tooled double collar mouth. Some crazing lines are in the neck below the mouth. Also an area of milky interior stain.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

319.  Poison Bottle, Lattice and Diamond Pattern, (Kuhn, KC-1), American, ca. 1890 - 1915, cobalt blue, 7”h, smooth base, tooled lip, original “POISON” embossed stopper. Perfect condition, scarce size.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

320.  Poison Bottle, Lattice and Diamond Pattern, (Kuhn, KC-1), American, ca. 1890 - 1915, cobalt blue, 9”h, smooth base, tooled lip original “POISON” embossed stopper. Perfect condition, scarce size. Some faint inside haze or dried contents.                                                                                   

($90.00)                                                                                  ($250.00  -375.00)

 

321.  Label Under Glass Apothecary Bottle, ‘Tinct: / Belladon:’, English, ca. 1860 - 1890, grass green, vertical rib pattern, 6”h, smooth base, tooled lip, original ground glass ‘tam’ stopper, the label has black lettering on a red background with gold border. Perfect condition.

($40.00)                                                                                     ($80.00 -120.00)

 

322.  Label Under Glass Apothecary Bottle, ‘Tinct. / Gent. Co.’, American, ca. 1870 - 1890, purple amethyst, 9 1/2”h, “W.N. WALTON / PATD SEPT 23. 2862” is on a smooth base, tooled lip, black lettering on a gold background color, original matching color stopper. A 90% label on the reverse reads: ‘Hinkley & Cratin, Druggists and Apothecaries, / No. 1 Beal Block, Phillips, Maine’, etc. Both label and bottle are in perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($150.00  -275.00)

 

323.  (Lot of 2) Apothecary Bottles, ‘Oxymel’ and ‘Syr: / Rhei’, American or English, ca. 1830 - 1860, cobalt blue, 6 3/4” and 8 1/4”h, open pontil and polished pontil bases, sheered and tooled lips, original hand blown ‘tam’ stoppers. Both are in overall excellent condition.

($100.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 375.00)

 

324.  (Lot of 3) Labeled Apothecary Bottles, /Bourrache’ (enamel label on an indented panel), an ‘P: Rosmar’ (on a painted label), and a ‘Aqua / FL: Aurant: S:’ (on an etched label), European, ca. ca. 1840 - 1880, cobalt blue, turquoise blue and yellow amber, 6 1/4” to 9 3/8”h, pontil scarred bases, tolled lips, the ‘Aqua Fl: Aurant: S:’ bottle has the original tin cover. All three are in perfect condition.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00 - 475.00)

 

325.  (Lot of 3) Wide Mouth Apothecary Jars, American or European, ca. 1850 - 1880, shades of green and turquoise blue, 6 7/8” to 12 3/4”h, smooth and pontil scarred bases, outward rolled lips. All three are in perfect condition.

($100.00)                                                                                ($250.00 - 375.00)

 

326.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Apothecary Bottles, American or European, ca. 1840 - 1870, shades of cobalt blue, 10 1/2” and 12 1/2”h, pontil scarred bases, tool flared out lip and outward rolled lip. Both bottles have the original ground glass stoppers. Both are in perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

327.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Apothecary Bottles, American or English, ca. 1840 - 1870, pink amethyst, 7 1/8”h, pontil scarred bases, tool flared out lips, both have the original ground glass stoppers. Both are in perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

328.  Onion Form Wine Bottle, (Van den Bossche, plate 72), probably German, ca. 1720 - 1750, medium grass green, 6 7/8”h, 5” base diameter, open pontil, sheared mouth, applied string lip. Perfect condition, full original body luster. One of the best!

($50.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

329.  (Lot of 2) Onion Form Wine Bottles, (Van den Bossche, plate 72), Dutch, ca. 1720 - 1750, medium yellow olive, 7” and 7 1/4”h, 4 1/8” and 4 3/4” base diameters, open pontils, sheared mouths, applied string lips. Both have minor chips off the side of the mouth above the string lip. Also some minor scratches. Overall excellent condition considering their age.

 ($100.00)                                                              ($200.00  -300.00)

 

330.  Black Glass Cylinder Wine Bottle, English, ca. 1820 - 1840, dark yellowish amber, 9 1/9”h, pontil scarred base, applied double collar mouth, blown in a dip mold. Perfect condition, full original body luster.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

331.  Early Ale or Beer Bottle, New England, ca. 1840 - 1860, deep ‘old’ amber, 7 3/4”h, open pontil, applied double collar mouth, blown in a three piece mold. Cleaned to its original luster, also a 1/4” by 1/8” chip is off the edge of the base. Full of seed bubbles. Very similar in form to the traditional New England ‘stubby’ beers, but larger in size.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

332.  Freeblown Black Glass Storage Bottle, (similar to Van Den Bossche Plate 148, #2), French, ca. 1780 - 1810, yellow olive, 9 1/4”h, 5” base diameter, open pontil, rough sheared mouth, applied strip lip. Two 1/4” in size chips are above the string lip, also some light scratches exist, mostly around the center area.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

333.  Blown Gin Bottle, (Van den Bossche, plate 84, #2), Northern Germany, ca. 1720 - 1750, light to medium green, 10 1/2”h, open pontil, sheared and tooled mouth, applied string lip. Some exterior shoulder stain and minor wear and scratches exist, but no form of damage. Straight sided form gin bottles predate the more traditional tapered body bottles from the 1770 - 1800 period. They are considerably rarer and were made in Northern Germany for the Dutch market.

($200.00)                                                                                ($400.00  -600.00)

 

334.  Case Gin Bottle, (Van den Bossche, plate 83), Dutch, ca. 1770 - 1810, yellowish olive green, 10 7/8”h, open pontil, applied mouth. One of the nicer ones, plenty of bubbles, impurities and swirl lines throughout. Ex. Eric Sellers Collection.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

335.  Storage Bottle, American, ca. 1830 - 1850, yellowish olive amber, 11”h, pontil scarred base, applied tapered collar mouth, blown in a dip mold. An area of milky inside stain or possibly dried contents exists. Nice example, lots of seed bubbles.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 275.00)

 

336.  Loaf of Bread Form Demijohn, American or European, ca. 1850 - 1870, yellow olive, 8 1/8”h, pontil scarred base, applied tapered collar mouth. Overall pebbly glass, brilliant color and in perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

337.  Freeblown Chestnut Flask, American, ca. 1780 - 1810, yellow olive, 5 3/8”h, open pontil, outward tooled lip. Perfect condition, full of seed bubbles and sand grain impurities, some of which swirl around the bottle.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00  -475.00)

 

338.  Freeblown Utility Bottle, possibly Wistarburg or Heston Glass Works, Southern New Jersey, ca. 1770 - 1790, light greenish aqua glass, 8 3/8”h, tubular open pontil, applied mouth. Some inside stain and light scratches exist. Also a tiny sand grain located at midpoint of the body has several minuscule stress radiation’s. Identical in form and lip configuration to a bottle pictured in ‘The Glass Gaffers of New Jersey’ by Adeline Pepper page 33, fig. 25. A historically important piece of glass!

($300.00)                                                                                ($500.00 - 700.00)

 

339.  (Lot of 3) Blown Snuff Jars, New England, ca. 1820 - 1850, shades of amber and yellowish amber, square and rectangular forms, 3 3/4” to 5”h, open pontils, sheared and tool flared out lips. All three are in perfect condition.

($150.00)                                                                                ($200.00 - 300.00)

 

340.  Early Handled Utility Bottle, possibly American or European, ca. 1800 - 1830, cobalt blue with darker blue striations throughout, 6 1/8”h, open pontil, rolled lip, applied handle. Some areas of heavy matte type stain are on the upper part of one panel, shoulder and neck area. Regardless of the origin this sure is one colorful piece of glass! Reportedly found on a construction site near the Hudson River.

($250.00)                                                                                ($400.00  -600.00)

 

341.  “COOPER & WOOD - PORTOBELLO” (on the base), English, ca. 1860 - 1880, black olive amber cylinder, 9 1/4”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth, blown in a three part mold. A tiny 1/8” in size chip is off the underside of the collar at the neck. Also a few spots of light exterior haze.

($20.00)                                                                                     ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

342.  Freeblown Etched Decorated Spirits Bottle, German Alpine District, ca. 1819, clear glass with copper wheel etching on all four sides that included two birds above two hearts and the date 1819, a prancing deer in the woods and various floral and vine decoration, 9 1/4”h, 4 1/2” by 3 1/8” base dimensions, pontil scarred base, sheared lip, blown in the German half-post method, original pewter neck ring and screw in cap. Perfect condition, unusually large size!

($250.00)                                                                                ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

343.  (Lot of 3) Enamel Decorated Spirits Bottles, (Van den Bossche, plate 225A & 225B), German Alpine District, ca. 1750 - 1790, clear glass with multicolored floral decorations, 4 3/4” to 5 3/8”h, pontil scarred bases, tooled lips, blown in the German half-post method. All three have the original pewter neck rings. All are in overall excellent condition.

($120.00)                                                                                ($200.00 - 300.00)

                 

344.  Freeblown Handled Tumbler, American, 1870 - 1890, grass green glass, 4 5/8”h, 3” base diameter, open pontil, applied handle tooled rim. A 1/2” horizontal stress crack is in the upper handle, attachment.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

345.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Bird Feeders, European, ca. 1820 - 1850, clear glass, 8 1/2”h, open pontil, applied feeder spout and hanging knob. Both have some minor interior stain from usage, but no damage.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

346.  Art Glass Pocket Flask, American or European ca. 20th Century, clear glass with gray background and white, blue and red feather decoration, 7 1/8”h, polished pontil, tooled lip, blown in the German half-post method. ‘Kaste Bode, 365840136, B. Vallior’ is etched on the base, perfect condition.                                 

($50.00)                                                                                   ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

347.  “MASON’S / 4 / PATENT / NOV 30TH / 1858” (SFJR pg. 250), American, ca. 1875 - 1890, aqua midget pint, smooth base, sheared and ground lip, correct impressed zinc screw on lid. Perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00  -150.00)

 

348.  “GLOBE”, (SFJR #485), Kentucky, ca. 1886 - 1895, orange amber quart, “62” on smooth base, ground lip, original “PATENTED MAY 25 1886” embossed glass lid”, wire bail and cast iron clamp closure. The jar is in excellent condition, the lid has a 3/4” by 1/8” chip off the underside of the rim.

($30.00)                                                                                     ($60.00  -80.00)

 

349.  Stoneware Fruit Jar, “PAT. APLD FOR” (on inside of glass lid), American, ca. 1890 - 1910, cream color glazed quart, vertical rounded rib pattern around the entire jar, black glass lid, original metal wire and pull down clamp, 90% original label is for ‘Heinz 57 Varieties’ etc. The jar is in overall excellent condition, but the label has damage.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

350.  (Lot of 3) “MILLVILLE / WTCO (monogram) / IMPROVED” and a “MILLVILLE / ATMOSPHERIC / FRUIT JAR - WHITALL’S PATENT / JUNE 18TH. 1861”, (SFJR #941 & 945), American, ca. 1861 - 1880, aqua quart and half-gallon, smooth bases, applied mouth and ground lip. The Atmospheric jar has the original embossed glass lid and cast iron yoke. The Millville Improved has a dated Hero’s Cross glass insert and zinc screw band. An extra clamp for a Millville Atmospheric jar accompanies this lot. Both jars are in excellent overall condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

351.  “THE / WARSAW SALT CO / TRADE WSCO (monogram) MARK / CHOICE TABLE / SALT / WARSAW, N.Y.”, (Red Book, #2912), New York, ca. 1890 - 1910, amber square form jar, 6”h, smooth base, sheared and ground lip, pressed on tin lid. Perfect condition.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

352.  “O.  C.”, (similar to SFJR #993), New York, ca. 1880 - 1890, aqua quart, smooth base, applied mouth would have received a cork closure. Perfect condition. Possibly the Oneida Community, Oneida, New York. A rare food bottle!

($80.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

353.  (Motif of a flat iron) / “J.C. HUBINGER & BROS / NEW HAVEN / CONN.”, Connecticut, ca 1875 - 1885, aqua, oval form, 6 7/8”h smooth base, tooled lip. A tiny potstone located to the left of the flat iron has several very tiny radiation’s around it. John Carl Hubinger (1851 - 1907), was creator of ‘elastic starch’, which became the most popular starch on the market.

($40.00)                                                                                     ($80.00  -120.00)

 

354.  “INFANTA MILK CO. / CONTENTS 32 FL OZ”, American, ca. 1900 - 1915, clear glass quart, 10 1/2”h, smooth base, tooled lip, original brass wire closure has a porcelain stopper. The porcelain stopper has ‘Infants Milk Co. Rochester’ in red lettering. Perfect condition and probably very rare!

($50.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

355.  Figural Bottle of a Monk Holding a Child, “BON BONS / JOHN / TAUERVIER” (on the reverse), French, ca. 1886 - 1910, clear glass, 16”h, sheared and ground base, original tin base covering, 80% original paint. The bottle is in perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

356.  Petrus Jacobus Joubert Bottle, “BON BONS / JOHN / TAVERNIER / LES MEILLEURS!” is on the back of the bottle, “JOUBERT CHEF DES BOERS” on the side at the base, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass, 16 1/4”h, ground base opening, original tin base lid, 90% original multicolored paint, sheared and ground lip, original tin base closure. Perfect condition. Petrus Jacobus Joubert or Piet Joubert was a Commandant General of the South African Republic from 1880 to 1900. He was a descendant of a French Huguenot and as a young orphan went to South Africa, settling in the Transvaal. He enjoyed politics eventually holding the office of attorney general of the republic and in 1875 acted as president.  He was involved in both the first Boer War (1880 - 1881) and the second (1899 - 1902) against the British. He died on March 28th, 1900.  A very rare and important French Bon Bon jar!

($200.00)                                                                                ($375.00 - 475.00)

 

357.  Joan of Arc Bottle, “BON BONS / JOHN TAVERNIER” (on her shield), “JEANNE D’ARC” (on the side of the base), (Ferson, #523), French, ca. 1890 - 1910, satin finish opaque milk glass, 16 1/2” total height, “DEPOSE” on smooth base, sheared and ground lip, correct matching ground glass head. Perfect condition. The ‘Maid of Orleans’ presented in the armor given to her by Charles VII of France in 1429.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($250.00 - 350.00)

 

358.  Figural Bon Bon Bottle of the Virgin Mary, “N. D. DE FOURVIERE - BUARD / CONFISEUR / LYON / DEPOSE”, French, ca. 1885 - 1910, opaque milk glass, 16”h, ground base opening. The bottle is in perfect condition, but the screw on tin base lid is missing. The Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourviere is located in Lyon, France. It was built between 1872 and 1884 and overlooks the city of Lyon. It is dedicated to the Virgin Mary who is attributed to saving the city of Lyon from the bubonic plague that swept through Europe in 1643. A very rare milk glass figural bottle.

($150.00)                                                                                ($275.00  -475.00)

 

359.  Figural Russian Soldier, “RUSSE - SLAVIN DEPOSE”, French, ca. 1185 - 1915, pale aqua, 10 3/8”h, sheared and ground lip, original tin base closure has ‘Chocolat / Falagin / Paris’ in black lettering. Perfect condition. The Slavin Chocolate Company was founded in 1883 and operated some of the oldest chocolate shops in Paris.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00 - 140.00)

 

360.  Figural ‘Man Playing a Lute Standing inside a Crescent Moon, “AU CLAIRDE LA LUNE - MON AMI PIERROT / D.D.” is embossed on the back of the moon, French, ca. 1885 - 1915, clear glass, 10 1/8”h, pontil scarred base, tooled lip. Perfect condition. The embossing translates to: ‘By the Light of the Moon’ a famous French folk song of the 18th century. Today it is sung as a lullaby for children.

($40.00)                                                                                   ($80.00  -120.00)

 

361.  Large Fancy Cologne Bottle, probably French, ca. 1845 - 1860, clear glass, cathedral shaped bottle 10 1/2”h, the letters “P.D.” are embossed on the side of a pontil scarred base, tooled lip. Two 1/8” in size chips are off the edge of the base, otherwise perfect. Very rare! For those of you who collect these early fancy cologne bottles, here’s a good one!

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

362.  Figural Bust of “DE LESSEPS”, French, ca. 1894, clear glass bust of Ferdinand de Lesseps, (1805 - 1894), 10 1/4”h, pontil scarred base, tooled lip. About perfect (some minor inside base stain). Ferdinand de Lesseps was a French diplomat and later developer of the Suez Canal. During the 1880’s he led the failed attempt to build the Panama Canal.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

363.  Figural Bottle with Three Busts on a Pedestal, French, ca. 1890 - 1915, clear glass bottle with original brown painted busts of a solider probably his wife and daughter, 11 7/8”h, “DEPOSE” embossed on a pontil scarred base, tooled lip. Perfect condition.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

364.  Figural Child in an Eggshell Wide mouth Bottle, possibly American, ca. 1890 - 1915, frosted clear glass, 13 1/8” (total height), “DEPOSE” on smooth base, sheared and ground lip body and head. A pinhead in size chip is off the tip of the nose. Also a partially open internal bubble is on the cheek. Possibly a candy jar.

($40.00)                                                                                     ($80.00  -120.00)

 

365.  Figural Horse Rampant on a Pedestal, “D D”, probably European, ca. 1885 - 1915, clear glass, 11 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, tooled lip, 60% original multicolored paint, three plume ground glass stopper. The bottle is perfect.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

366.  Figural Bust of William Ewart Gladstone, English, ca. 1885 - 1900, clear glass, 9 1/2”h, pontil scarred base, tooled lip. Perfect condition. William Gladstone, (1809 - 1898), was a British politician for over 60-years, serving in various capacities including four terms as Prime Minister.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

367.  Figural Standing Mailman, “LA NOUVELLE ANNEE” (The New Year) and “DEPOSE” are on the side of the base, the year “1887” is on his mail pouch, French, ca. 1887, clear glass, 14 1/4”h, smooth base, sheared and ground lip, original clear glass cap closure and 70% original multicolored paint. The bottle is perfect, the hat has a 1/2” by 1/4” area of roughness on the brim.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 180.00)

 

368.  Figural Hot Air Balloon and Basket, “BALLON CAPTIF 1878” (Captive Balloon), French, ca. 1878, clear glass, 9 3/8”h, smooth base, tooled lip. A small area of milky inside stain exists, otherwise perfect. This was sold at the 1878 World Fair held in Central Paris. In the very heart of the fair was Henri Giffard’s hot air balloon ride. For two months a dozen times each day 40-people would ride the balloon to a height of 500 meters

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

369.  Figural “JEANNE D’ARC” (on both sides) Bottle, French, ca. 1890 - 1910, clear glass, 11 1/2”h, “DEPOSE” is on a smooth base, tooled lip. A frosted kneeling Joan of Arc is on one side a frosted Joan of Arc on a horse is on the other. The bottle is perfect.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

370.  Baseball Player Figural Bottle, “NOBLE PITCHER” is on the side of the base, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, frosted clear glass, 12 3/4” total height, smooth base, sheared and ground lip, original baseball cap closure. Perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

371.  Figural ‘Angry Face’ - ‘Happy Face’ Bottle, probably French, ca. 1885 - 1910, clear glass with frosted faces and hair, 12”h, smooth base, tooled lip. Perfect condition.

($40.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -140.00)

 

372.  Dice Bottle, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, opaque milk glass with black numbers, 5 1/2”h, smooth base, sheared and ground lip. Fine example, the perfect gift for that gambling friend of yours.

 ($40.00)                                                                                   ($80.00 - 120.00)

 

373.  (Lot of 2) Pillar Type Bottles, French, ca. 1885 - 1920, turquoise blue and clear glass, the turquoise blue bottle is partially frosted, 13 3/8”h, pontil scarred bases, tooled mouths, each has “DEPOSE” on the top of a sphere, identical fancy bases have three spheres with tapered columns. The turquoise blue bottle has some milky inside stain, otherwise both are perfect.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

374.  (Lot of 2) Figural “JENNE / D’ARC” (around a lower neck ring), Bottles, French, ca. 1885 - 1920, clear glass with a frosted Joan of Arch praying while standing in flames. pontiled scarred bases, 11” and 14 1/2”h, tooled lips. The smaller bottle has two flat 1/8” chips off the top of the lip, otherwise both are in perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00  -160.00)

 

375.  (Lot of 2) Child Sitting on a Chamber Pot, “TOMMY DODD” (embossed on the side), and an Oriental Man Sitting on a Tea Box, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, clear glass, 4 5/8”h, “C.F KNAPP. PHILA.” on smooth bases, tooled lips. The Tommy Dodd bottle has a 1/2” crack in he neck.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

376.  (Lot of 2) Figural Bottles of General “GAL BOULANGER”, French, ca. 1885 - 1910, clear glass, 12” and 14 3/4”h, The smaller bottle has “DEPOSE” on the base, smooth bases, sheared and ground lips, the taller bottle has 90% original brown paint. Both bottles are perfect, but are missing the original closure. Georges Ernest Boulangr (1837 - 1891) was a French General who saw action in a number of French military campaigns, being wounded in four of them. In 1881 he represented France at the Centennial of American Independence in Yorktown, Virginia.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

377.  (Lot of 2) Women in Bathing Suites by a Waterfall, French, ca. 1885 - 1915, clear glass, 11 1/2” by 14”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, tooled mouths, the taller bottle has original brown paint, both have “DEPOSE” on the base. The smaller bottle has some light inside base stain.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($130.00 - 180.00)

 

378.  (Lot of 2) Figural Bust of “GRANGER” Bottles, one has “PATENTED / JUNE 2ND 1874” on the shoulder, American, ca. 1875 - 1890, clear glass, 6 1/2”h, “T.P.S. & CO. / N.Y” on smooth bases, tooled lips. One of the bottles has an 80% label for, ‘Fragrant / Florida Water / Made by / Charles A. Heinitsh / Pharmacist / King Street, Lancaster, Pa. and Tax Stamp’ The bottle lacking the label has a flat 1/8” chip off the top of the lip.

($70.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

379.  (Lot of 3) Hand Holding a Pistol Bottles, French, ca. 1885 - 1910, clear glass with frosted hands, 10” and 12 3/4”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, tooled and ground lips. The smaller bottle has “DEPOSE” on the barrel. The two taller bottles have “GESCHUTZT” on the barrel.  All are in fine condition.

($90.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

380.  (Lot of 3) Figurals of People Climbing the ‘Bastille’ in Paris, France, French, ca. 1885 - 1920, all are clear glass with one having some frosting, 10” to 12 3/8”h, pontil scarred bases, tooled lips. Two have “DEPOSE” on the base and the frosted example has “L’EVASION DE LATUDE” on the side. The taller bottle has some inside milky stain and a pinhead in size edge of base flake. The Bastille was built in the middle 14th Century as a fortress against the English in the 100-year war. In 1417 it was declared a state prison. In 1789 during the French Revolution it was stormed and taken over by residents of Paris who sympathize with the revolution. In subsequent years it was torn down. The bottle embossed “L’EVASION DE LATUDE” is of special interest. Jean Henri Latude was a French writer who was sent to the Bastille in 1749. In following years he became famous for his ability to escape the Bastille, which he did on several occasions. The word L’evasion’ translates to ‘the escape’ in English. The bottle shows Latude climbing down its side.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

381.  (Lot of 4) Figural Bottles with Clock Faces, (2) Children Holding a Clock, and (2) Standing Clocks, French and American, ca. 1890 - 20th Century, all are clear glass with two having some areas of frosting, one of the children has the original dark brown paint, the smaller clock has the original ‘Grandfathers / Clock’ paper face, 5 3/8” to 13 3/4”h, smooth and pontil scarred bases, tooled and sheared and ground lips. The tall standing clock and the brown painted child bottles have “DEPOSE” on the base. All are in perfect condition. The child with dark brown paint is very rare!

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

382.  (Lot of 4) Children Holding a Ball, Bottles, French, ca. 1890 - 1920, clear glass, three of the bottles have frosted children, 10 1/8” to 12”h, all have pontil scarred bases, tooled lips, one of the bottles has an intricate designed ground glass stopper. The non-frosted bottle has a 3/8” by 1/4” burst surface bubble on the shoulder.

($30.00)                                                                                      ($50.00  -80.00)

 

383.  (Lot of 4) Figural Bust of Woman Bottles, American, ca. 1885 - 1910, clear glass, 5” and 6 3/4”h, smooth bases, tooled lips, the two smaller bottles have “PATENTED / JUNE 2ND 1874” on the back, one has a faded label that reads: ‘Cologne’, and the other has “T.P.S. & CO.” on the base. It is said that the taller bottles are that of ‘Kate Claxton’, (1848 - 1924) an American actress from Somerville, New Jersey, One of the taller bottles has a minor milky inside stain and 1/4” top edge of lip chip. The smaller unembossed base bottle has a 1/8” by 1/8” chip off the side

 of the lip.

($50.00)                                                                                    ($80.00  -120.00)

 

384.  (Lot of 6) ‘Rebecca at the Well’ Figural Bottles, French, ca. 1885 - 1915, clear glass, 7 7/8” to 13”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, tooled lips, Rebecca is frosted on five of the bottles. On two of the bottles “REBECCA” is embossed on the side at the base. All are in perfect condition. 

($70.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

385.  (Lot of 6) Figurals of Children Climbing a Tree Bottles, probably French, ca. 1890 - 20th Century, clear glass, four have frosted children, 7 1/4” to 14 1/4”h, smooth and pontil scarred bases, tooled lips. One of the bottles has the original Birds Nest with Bird ground glass stopper. Three of the bottles have “DEPOSE” embossed on the side of the base. The taller frosted children bottle has a 3/8” by 1/8” chip off the inside edge of the lip. Several of the bottles have some milky inside stain. One of the smaller bottles has a tiny edge of base flake.

($60.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 160.00)

 

386.  GII-18 Pattern Blown Three Mold Ink, (Covill, fig. 1194), Coventry, Glass Works, Coventry, Connecticut, ca. 1815 - 1835, medium olive green, 1 1/2”h, open pontil, tooled disc mouth. Perfect condition. Scarce pure green color and lacking any trace of amber. Ex. Clarke Garrett Collection.

($150.00)                                                                                ($250.00  -375.00)

 

387.  Blown Master Ink, American, ca. 1850 - 1865, teal green, 9 3/4”h, open pontil, applied mouth with hand tooled pour spout. The upper part of the tooled pour spout has been chipped away. Also, a potstone located at midpoint in the body has a 1/4” long stress crack traveling across it.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($120.00 - 150.00)

 

388.  Reference Book, ‘Ink Bottles and Inkwells’ by William Covill, Jr. American, ca. 1971, 424 pages, 1780 items pictures, covering all of early ink bottles, hard bound, original dust cover, signed by the author. The book is perfect, the dust cover has damage.

($40.00)                                                                                      ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

389.  (Lot of 2) Barber Bottles, American, ca. 1890 - 1925, clear glass with cranberry red flashing and white enamel floral decoration. Also an amethyst bottle with white enamel decoration and gold trim. 7 1/4” to 8”h, pontil scarred and smooth bases, tooled and ABM lips. Both are in perfect condition.

($40.00)                                                                                  ($100.00  -150.00)

 

390.  (Lot of 3) Barber Bottles, American, ca. 1890 - 1920, opalescent turquoise and opalescent milk glass, two have vertical rib patterns, the third has a twisted rib pattern, 6 3/4” and 7”h, smooth and pontil scarred bases, tooled lips. The turquoise bottle has a 3/16” ‘ding’ at midpoint in the body.

($120.00)                                                                                ($180.00 -275.00)

 

391.  Target Ball, “E. JONES GUNMAKER BLACKBOURNE LANCS” (in center band), English, ca 1880 - 1900, deep cobalt blue, 2 3/8” in diameter, diamond pattern above and below the center band, rough sheared lip. Perfect condition, better impression than most.  

($100.00)                                                                 ($180.00 - 275.00)

 

392.  Target Ball, “NB GLASS WORKS PERTH - NB GLASS WORKS PERTH” (in center band), English, ca 1880 - 1900, greenish aqua, 2 3/8” in diameter, diamond pattern above and below the center band, rough sheared lip. Perfect condition. This is the variant that has a flat base.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

393. Target Ball, “NB GLASS WORKS PERTH - NB GLASS WORKS PERTH” (in center band), English, ca 1880 - 1900, light cobalt blue, 2 3/8” in diameter, diamond pattern above and below the center band, rough sheared lip. Perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($140.00 - 180.00)

 

394.  Target Ball, Unembossed, American, ca. 1880 - 1900, amber, 2 3/8” in diameter, blown in a three-part mold, rough sheared lip. Perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

395.  Target Ball, Unembossed, American, ca. 1880 - 1900, yellow amber, 2 3/8” in diameter, blown in a three part mold, rough sheared lip. Perfect condition.

($50.00)                                                                                  ($100.00 - 150.00)

 

396.  Target Ball, Unembossed, American, ca. 1880 - 1900, pale vaseline color, 2 3/8” in diameter, rough sheared lip, blown in a two part mold. Perfect condition, unusual color.

 ($50.00)                                                                                 ($100.00  -150.00)

 

397.  Glazed Pottery Bird, on a Tree Stump, Trenton Pottery, Trenton, New Jersey, ca. 1870 - 1890, white, blue and black glaze, 8”h. A minor chip is off a protrusion on the tree stump. A typed note on the inside reads: ‘Very rare American glazed pottery bird. Mid 19th c. Trenton Pottery.’ A Northeast Auction Company sticker is also on the base.

($80.00)                                                                                  ($140.00  -180.00)

 

398.  Blown Egg with ‘EASTER” on one side and a baby chicks head on top, gold trim, American, ca. 1890 - 1910, opaque milk glass, 3 1/4”h, smooth base, pontiled end. Perfect condition, a neat Easter novelty!

($30.00)                                                                                      ($70.00  -90.00)

 

399.  Saltglaze Stoneware Beer, ‘C.L. Wrightington / Bottle’ (impressed on the shoulder), (unlisted), American, ca. 1850 - 1865, cream color pottery with cobalt blue mouth and letter wash, also a few additional streaks and spots of cobalt exist, 10 1/4”h. Perfect condition.                         

($80.00)                                                                                  ($150.00 - 250.00)

 

400.  (Lot of 2) Freeblown Wide Mouth Bottle, and Chemist Jar, European, ca. 1820 - 1850, orange amber and deep cobalt blue, 3 1/2” and 8 1/2”h, pontil scarred bases, outward rolled lips. The amber bottle has a few light scratches, but no damage. The chemist jar is missing the lid.                                 

($50.00)                                                                                       ($70.00 - 90.00)

 

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