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CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

Superb condition. Clear bottle measures 9” high x 4.2” dia. wide mouth. Red tin lid with gold and black painted stripes. Interior of lid with bright finish. Bottom exhibits a rough pontil mark.… (14-1877). Learn More »

$95.00
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CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY BOTTLE WITH ORIGINAL TIN LID AND PAPER LABEL

Superb condition. Clear bottle measures 9” high x 4.2” dia. wide mouth. Red tin lid with gold and black painted stripes. Interior of lid with bright finish. Bottom exhibits a rough pontil mark.… (14-1875). Learn More »

$95.00
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CIVIL WAR AMBER WHISKEY FLASK

CIVIL WAR AMBER WHISKEY FLASK

8” high, approx. 4” dia. & 2” thick. Seam mold up to base of neck. Some staining and mineral deposits. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR… (14-1888). Learn More »

$24.00
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CIRCA 1830-70 FLYTRAP

CIRCA 1830-70 FLYTRAP

Hand blown, clear. Measures 6” tall, approx. 5” dia.  Three small legs separately applied to bottom allowing flies to enter. Sugar water was put inside bottle which attracted flies and trapped… (14-1889). Learn More »

$90.00
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CIRCA 1860-75 AMBER HANDLED FLATTENED CHESTNUT FLASK

CIRCA 1860-75 AMBER HANDLED FLATTENED CHESTNUT FLASK

For whiskey or brandy. Very fine condition. Measures 7” high, 5 ½” wide., 3 ½” at base. Separately applied small handle. Choice.  [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (14-1886A). Learn More »

$60.00
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VERY FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR GIN BOTTLE

VERY FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR GIN BOTTLE

Green, 9 ½” h. x approx. 3”. 4 sided. Smallest of casting flaws on lip. Separately applied spout / lip. Choice condition.  [SS] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (14-1887). Learn More »

$30.00
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COLONIAL APOTHECARY JAR

COLONIAL APOTHECARY JAR

Item meas. approx. 14.00 inches tall x 6.25 inches across the bottom. Dark hand blown wavy glass with a few small air bubbles visible otherwise the bottle is in excellent condition. Pontil is visible… (14-1948). Learn More »

COLONIAL APOTHECARY JAR

COLONIAL APOTHECARY JAR

Item meas. approx. 14.00 inches tall x 6.25 inches across the bottom. Dark hand blown wavy glass with a few small air bubbles visible otherwise the bottle is in excellent condition. Pontil is visible… (14-1947). Learn More »

MILLVILLE ATMOSPHERIC FRUIT JAR

MILLVILLE ATMOSPHERIC FRUIT JAR

Fruit jar produced by Whitall, Tatum & Company of Millville, New Jersey. This jar was produced in various sizes, this being a 48 ounce size. Jar stands 8 ¼” tall; with yoke included it is 9… (14-1881). Learn More »

ENGLISH MALLET WINE BOTTLE

ENGLISH MALLET WINE BOTTLE

Dark amber colored bottle has applied lip and indented base. Dates to circa 1730-1770. Exterior shows light surface scratches. Bubbles in glass are naturally present from the hand blowing process,… (14-1900). Learn More »

DUTCH MALLET BOTTLE

DUTCH MALLET BOTTLE

Dark olive colored bottle has applied lip and indented base with open pontil. Exterior shows light surface scratches. Bubbles in glass are naturally present from the hand blowing process, adding to… (14-1897). Learn More »

DUTCH MALLET BOTTLE

DUTCH MALLET BOTTLE

Olive colored bottle has applied lip and indented base with open pontil. Exterior shows light surface scratches and spotting. Bubbles in glass are naturally present from the hand blowing process,… (14-1895). Learn More »

ENGLISH MALLET BOTTLE

ENGLISH MALLET BOTTLE

Dark amber colored bottle has applied lip and indented base. Dates to circa 1730-1770. Exterior shows light surface scratches. Bubbles in glass are naturally present from the hand blowing process,… (14-1896). Learn More »

ENGLISH CYLINDER BOTTLE

ENGLISH CYLINDER BOTTLE

Dark amber colored bottle has applied lip and indented base. Dates from circa 1770. Exterior shows light surface scratches. Bubbles in glass are naturally present from the hand blowing process, adding… (14-1899). Learn More »

ENGLISH TRANSITIONAL MALLET WINE BOTTLE

ENGLISH TRANSITIONAL MALLET WINE BOTTLE

Olive colored bottle has applied lip and indented base. Dates to circa 1730-1770. Interior shows dried remains of a substance. Exterior shows light surface scratches. Bubbles in glass are naturally… (14-1898). Learn More »

BLUE GLASS GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR MUG, 1913

BLUE GLASS GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR MUG, 1913

Mug features gold gilt accents. Lettering reads, “SOUVENIER GETTYSBURG, 1863”. Measures 2 ¼” tall by 1 ½” at the base. Very good condition with no chips or cracks. This is a nice, vintage… (635-221). Learn More »

RUBY FLASH GLASS GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR COAL SCUTTLE

RUBY FLASH GLASS GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR COAL SCUTTLE

Coal scuttle features a cut glass bottom and ruby glass at the top. Labeled with, “SOUVENIR OF GETTYSBURG 1863”. Has metal handle attached at top. Measures approx. 3” tall x 2 ¼” high. Very… (635-217). Learn More »

DARK AMBER BOTTLE

DARK AMBER BOTTLE

Bottle was molded from three pieces and has applied handle. Measures 7 ¾” tall x 5 ½” wide x 2 ½” thick. No chips or cracks are present. [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (179-769). Learn More »

CRYSTAL DECANTER WITH STOPPER

CRYSTAL DECANTER WITH STOPPER

Decanter has fluted base. Measures approx. 11” tall by 2 ½” at the base. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks on decanter, just one tiny chip on stopper.  … (179-761). 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 »

$110.00
Originally $135.00


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BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the well-known shop “The Gettysburg Sutler,” who then… (355-39). Learn More »

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