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CIVIL WAR ERA WHISKEY BOTTLE, CIRCA 1858-1870

CIVIL WAR ERA WHISKEY BOTTLE, CIRCA 1858-1870

A classic example of a Civil War era whiskey bottle. Unembossed examples like this are often found at Civil War sites in a wide range of colors. Nice dark olive color.  Stands 11 ½” tall and… (14-1763). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA WHISKEY BOTTLE, CIRCA 1861-1870

CIVIL WAR ERA WHISKEY BOTTLE, CIRCA 1861-1870

A scarce example of a Civil War era inside screw top whiskey bottle made by Whitney Glass Works, which is embossed on the base. The inside screw top was patented in 1861 (top is missing). Nice amber… (14-1754). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA WHISKEY BOTTLE, CIRCA 1858-1870

CIVIL WAR ERA WHISKEY BOTTLE, CIRCA 1858-1870

A classic example of a Civil War era base embossed whiskey bottle. The base is embossed “L & W”, a scarce maker. Nice amber color. Often dug at Civil War sites. Stands 11 1/2” tall, base… (14-1761). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA WHISKEY BOTTLE, CIRCA 1850-1860

CIVIL WAR ERA WHISKEY BOTTLE, CIRCA 1850-1860

A classic example of a Civil War era base embossed whiskey bottle. The base is embossed “DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS PHILA”. Embossed “PATENT”. Deep olive green color. Stands 11 1/2” tall, base… (14-1765). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR RUBY RED GLASS LANTERN

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR RUBY RED GLASS LANTERN

Lantern souvenir was originally a candy holder. Tin base has glass globe attached and gold colored metal bracket with hook at the top. Glass has a decal that reads, “SOUVENIR GETTYSBURG, 1863”.… (635-131). Learn More »

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 »

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 »

EXTREMELY RARE MAGNUM SIZE WINE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1750-1780

EXTREMELY RARE MAGNUM SIZE WINE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1750-1780

Colonial period black glass magnum size bottle measuring approx. 11 ½” tall, with a 5 ¼” diameter base.  Broad cylindrical body with pushed-up base with pontil scar. Well known American applied… (622-168). Learn More »

BLOWN 3 MOLD DECANTER CIRCA 1820-35

BLOWN 3 MOLD DECANTER CIRCA 1820-35

Colorless lead glass decanter blown in three-part mold (McKearin GI-27); bulbous body with flange lip; molded pattern consists of a wide band of vertical ribs with two horizontal rings above and three… (14-1591). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR CUSTARD GLASS TOOTHPICK HOLDER

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR CUSTARD GLASS TOOTHPICK HOLDER

This small glass is made of a milky white glass with a stippled edge at top touched with gold paint. The item meas. approx. 2.25 inches high and 2.00 inches across the bottom. The base has a… (635-91). Learn More »

AMERICAN BLACK GLASS CYLINDER BOTTLE, C1770-1800

AMERICAN BLACK GLASS CYLINDER BOTTLE, C1770-1800

Superb bottle stands 10 3/4" tall; base measures 5 1/4" in diameter. Has just a few very minor, very shallow scratches & nicks. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (622-14). Learn More »

BAR / SALOON DECANTER, CIRCA 1820-1840

BAR / SALOON DECANTER, CIRCA 1820-1840

Early, blown 3 mold bar/saloon decanter, circa 1820-1840.  Stands approx. 10" tall; no stopper. Base is 3 3/4" in diameter.  (14-1450). Learn More »

CIRCA 1860 - 1880 BAR / SALOON DECANTER

CIRCA 1860 - 1880 BAR / SALOON DECANTER

Indian War ear patterned bar decanter.  Stands 9 1/2" tall; ten-sided base [decagon] measures 3 1/2" in diameter.  No obvious cracks or chips.  Stopper missing.  Minor wear inside lip where… (14-1437). Learn More »

CIRCA 1830'S GLASS DECANTER WITH CLEAR BASE

CIRCA 1830'S GLASS DECANTER WITH CLEAR BASE

This teardrop shaped glass artifact is a vintage and pleasing, blown glass wine or spirit decanter from the early part of the nineteenth century. Piece measures 9¼" high and has a 4" wide clear base.… (246-73). Learn More »

$95.00
Originally $135.00

BAR / SALOON DECANTER, C. 1820-1840

BAR / SALOON DECANTER, C. 1820-1840

This early, blown 3 mold decanter stands approx. 10" tall; octagonal base is 3 1/2" in diameter.  Unpolished pontil.  No stopper.  (14-1453). Learn More »

PITTSBURGH PILLAR MOLD BAR / SALOON DECANTER, C. 1840-1860

PITTSBURGH PILLAR MOLD BAR / SALOON DECANTER, C. 1840-1860

Decanter stands approx. 10 3/4" tall; base is 3 1/2" in diameter; mold width at base is 5 1/4".  No stopper.  Minor scrape, approx 1" in length along edge of one of the molds.  Small chip / damage… (14-1456). Learn More »

PITTSBURGH PILLAR MOLD BAR / SALOON DECANTER, C. 1840-1860

PITTSBURGH PILLAR MOLD BAR / SALOON DECANTER, C. 1840-1860

Decanter stands approx. 10 3/4" tall; base is 3 1/2" in diameter; mold width at base is 5 1/4".  No stopper.  Minor wear/scratches on interior lip edge; minor scratches also along edges of molds. (14-1457). Learn More »

BAR / SALOON DECANTER, CIRCA 1820-1840

BAR / SALOON DECANTER, CIRCA 1820-1840

Early blown 3 mold bar / saloon decanter with pontil.  Approx. 9 1/2" tall; base is 3 1/2" in diameter.  (14-1452). Learn More »

CIRCA 1820-1860 FLY TRAP

CIRCA 1820-1860 FLY TRAP

Excellent, rare sealed American fly trap ("New York"). Measures approx. 7 1/2" tall; base is 7" in diameter; top opening is 1" in diameter. Two small chips out at top lip, otherwise no cracks or… (14-1412). Learn More »


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U.S. 1859 PATTERN DRAGOON/ CAVALRY SADDLE BLANKET

AN EXTREMELY RARE EXAMPLE PATTERN OF THIS BLANKET!!!!! Only two specimens are known to exist, one located in the collection at the National Park Service museum here in Gettysburg and this newly found example shown here. First issued with the Mc… (M24473). Learn More »

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