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BLUE SCENT BOTTLE C. 1770-1810

BLUE SCENT BOTTLE C. 1770-1810

Cobalt blue free blown glass scent vial, circa 1770-1810. It has swirled ribbed edges, tinted glass, and a rough pontil base. The bottle measures approximately 2 ½” tall, 1” wide, its opening’s… (14-1656). Learn More »

$110.00
Originally $135.00

BLUE SCENT BOTTLE C. 1770-1810

BLUE SCENT BOTTLE C. 1770-1810

Cobalt blue free blown glass scent vial, circa 1770-1810. It has ribbed edges, tinted glass, and a rough pontil base. The mouth of the bottle’s opening is slightly uneven. The bottle measures… (14-1654). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $155.00

VICTORIAN FIERY OPALESCENT BLUE HAND-BLOWN VASE

VICTORIAN FIERY OPALESCENT BLUE HAND-BLOWN VASE

Vase has gold gilt leaf design. Measures 4 ¼” tall x 1 ¾” at the base x 3” at the top. No chips or cracks present. Gold gilt band at rim has mostly worn off. … (179-767). Learn More »

GLASS DECANTER

GLASS DECANTER

Decanter has cut crystal top with fluted base and shoulder. Measures approx. 6 ½” tall by 3 ½’ wide. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks.  [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (179-760). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR RUBY GLASS TOOTHPICK HOLDER

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR RUBY GLASS TOOTHPICK HOLDER

Toothpick holder features a cut glass bottom with a ruby glass top. Gold lettering reads, “SOUVENIR OF GETTYSBURG, 1863”. Rim has a beaded design which is highlighted in gold. Measures 2 1/8”… (213-48). Learn More »

HISTORICAL FLASK OF GEN. WASHINGTON AND GEN. TAYLOR

HISTORICAL FLASK OF GEN. WASHINGTON AND GEN. TAYLOR

Manufactured by the Dyottville Glass Works, at least 20 varieties of the Washington – Taylor flask exist. This aquamarine color flask bears the raised bust of General Washington with “THE FATHER… (286-373). Learn More »

SPRING GARDEN GLASS WORKS PICTORIAL FLASK

SPRING GARDEN GLASS WORKS PICTORIAL FLASK

Aquamarine with anchor and banner with “SPRING GARDEN GLASS WORKS”. Reverse side has a log cabin with a winter tree and smoke from chimney. Circa 1860-1870. Recovered in a Union trash pit north of… (286-374). Learn More »

RUBY GLASS GETTYSBURG PITCHER

RUBY GLASS GETTYSBURG PITCHER

Pitcher features a cut glass bottom and ruby glass at the top. Labeled with, “GETTYSBURG 1863”. Measures 3 ¼” tall x 2” at the base. Very good condition with no chips or cracks. Some very… (213-38). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG RUBY GLASS TUMBLER

GETTYSBURG RUBY GLASS TUMBLER

Tumbler features a ruby glass band with, “GETTYSBURG 1863” in the center. Rim and ruby glass are edged in gold gilt. Measures 3 ¾” tall x 2 ½” at the base. Very good condition with no chips… (213-43). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG RUBY GLASS PITCHER

GETTYSBURG RUBY GLASS PITCHER

Pitcher features a cut glass bottom and ruby glass at the top. Labeled with, “GETTYSBURG 1863”. Measures 4 ¼” tall x 3 ¼” at the base. Very good condition with no chips or cracks. Some very… (213-41). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

English Delft porcelain jar features gold gilt bands, the image of two palm trees with serpents, and a turtle. Label reads, “HOJAS DE AJENJOS”. This was for ajenjos leaves, also known as wormwood.… (909-80). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

English Delft porcelain jar features the image of a lion using a mortar and pestle. Cartouche label reads, “FARMACIA” EL AMPARO” / PUL: TAMARIND:”. This was used for tamarind, which has a long… (909-81). Learn More »

18TH CENTURY DELFT WET DRUG JAR

18TH CENTURY DELFT WET DRUG JAR

English Delft tin glazed pottery jar features a cartouche label that reads, “MEL. UIOLAT”. This would have been a honey based elixir of violet, which was used for skin infections. Jar displays… (909-68). Learn More »

RARE CASED CIVIL WAR PERIOD EMBALMING SURGEON’S CHEMICAL BOTTLES

RARE CASED CIVIL WAR PERIOD EMBALMING SURGEON’S CHEMICAL BOTTLES

During the early part of the Civil War it was the Embalming Surgeons that performed the embalming procedure. Most of the men were military surgeons, some were civilian surgeons that took up the trade… (M25239). Learn More »

RUBY GLASS GETTYSBURG PITCHER

RUBY GLASS GETTYSBURG PITCHER

Pitcher features a cut glass bottom and ruby glass at the top. Labeled with, “SOUVENIR GETTYSBURG 1863”. Measures 5” tall x 2 1/8” at the base. Very good condition with no chips or cracks.… (213-40). Learn More »

DELFT FRENCH PORCELAIN DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1880

DELFT FRENCH PORCELAIN DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1880

Jar features a scene of colorful flowers and bands of gold gilt. In the center is the label, “VASELINA”. Backstamp reads, “J. FONTEMOING & L. PEIGNEY / PAUL LEFEBURE SUCCESSOR / 13 RUE DE… (909-115). Learn More »

RARE DELFT WET DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1725

RARE DELFT WET DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1725

English Delft tin-glazed pottery jar features a cartouche label that reads, “S ROSAR: SOL:”, flanked by cherubs. This was for a syrup of rose petals. This jar has very unique scalloped gray bands… (909-73). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

English Delft porcelain jar features gold gilt bands with a floral cartouche label that reads, “CUSPARIA”. This was a medicine made from the bark of a tree in South America and was used as a… (909-82). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1920

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1920

English Delft porcelain jar features gold gilt bands with a cartouche label that reads, “BUR. PAST.”, flanked by leaves, a goblet and a serpent. Jar is free of cracks and chips. Measures 8 ¾”… (909-89). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1860-90

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1860-90

French Delft ceramic jar features gold gilt bands and label flanked by palm trees that are encircled by serpents. Label reads, “CERA ALBA”, which is beeswax.  Jar is free of chips and cracks.… (909-75). Learn More »


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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS USED MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO., CHICOPEE, MASS.

In 1859 the US Marine Corps regulations changed. The prized Mamaluke style sword was replaced with the same regulation sword used by the Army. This would later be reversed and today the Marines still carry the Mamaluke sword. It is exceedingly rare… (870-52). Learn More »

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