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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, 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 »

18th CENTURY DELFT WET DRUG JAR

18th CENTURY DELFT WET DRUG JAR

English Delftware tin-glazed pottery jar features a blank cartouche label. Jar displays very light surface cracks and chips at the foot rim, top rim and spout, which are typical and acceptable with… (909-71). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870’s

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870’s

English Delft ceramic jar features gold gilt bands, the caduceus symbol and a cartouche label flanked by flowers that reads, “BALS: ARCOEL”.  Jar has one small chip on the side of the top rim.… (909-77). Learn More »

LARGE APOTHECARY STORAGE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1800-30

LARGE APOTHECARY STORAGE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1800-30

Amber glass bottle with glass stopper measures 15 ½” high x 5 ½” at the base. Painted label reads, “OL: BERGAM:”.  This jar would have contained oil of bergamot. Very good condition with… (909-96). Learn More »

LARGE APOTHECARY STORAGE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1800-30

LARGE APOTHECARY STORAGE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1800-30

Amber glass bottle with glass stopper measures 15 ½” high x 5 ½” at the base. Painted label reads, “MIST:CRET:C:”. This formula was a treatment for cholera. Very good condition with one… (909-97). Learn More »

GLASS BELLOWS BOTTLE, CIRCA 1880

GLASS BELLOWS BOTTLE, CIRCA 1880

Very unique free- blown, hand decorated clear glass bottle. This is typical of the novelty items made in shops at the end of the day with leftover glass. Does not stand up. Measures 6” long x 2… (909-118). Learn More »

VINTAGE COBALT BLUE GLASS VASE

VINTAGE COBALT BLUE GLASS VASE

This vase was likely made in England. Bubbles are present in the glass as a result of the hand-blown glass process. One small chip is present on the pedestal rim. Measures 8 ¾” tall x 4 ¼” at… (909-102). Learn More »

BLUE GLASS APOTHECARY JAR WITH LID

BLUE GLASS APOTHECARY JAR WITH LID

Blue glass jar has painted gold label that reads, “FERRI FERROCY” which is Ferric Ferricyanide, otherwise known as “Prussian blue” or “midnight blue”. It was the first modern synthetic… (909-111). Learn More »

SET OF 8 BAR TUMBLERS FROM TROUT RUN RETREAT

SET OF 8 BAR TUMBLERS FROM TROUT RUN RETREAT

Each of these 8 glass tumblers features an image of a fisherman with a gold gilt band at the rim. Glasses measures 4” tall x 3 ¼” in circumference. Great condition with no chips or cracks. Trout… (43-846). Learn More »

DUTCH TAPER GIN BOTTLE

DUTCH TAPER GIN BOTTLE

Olive green colored bottle dates to 1750-90. Four rounded square sides taper towards the base. Excellent condition with no cracks or chips. Bubbles in glass are present from the hand blowing process,… (14-1841). Learn More »

ENGLISH MALLET WINE BOTTLE

ENGLISH MALLET WINE BOTTLE

Black colored bottle dates to 1725-1760. It is in very good condition with no cracks and some small chips at the lip. Bubbles in glass are present from the hand blowing process, adding to the… (14-1839). Learn More »

DUTCH CYLINDER WINE BOTTLE

DUTCH CYLINDER WINE BOTTLE

Amber colored bottle is in excellent condition with no cracks or chips. Bubbles in glass are present from the hand blowing process, adding to the character of this piece. Bottle measures 11” tall,… (14-1843). Learn More »

FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR PERIOD AMBER HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT BOTTLE

FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR PERIOD AMBER HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT BOTTLE

A very fine condition Civil War period antique medicine bottle that is embossed, “U.S.A. / HOSP. DEPT.” Nice amber color bottle that measures 9” tall and 3 5/8” wide. Applied lip, numerous… (377-07). Learn More »

AMERICAN HISTORICAL FLASK

AMERICAN HISTORICAL FLASK

This is a 9-1/4 inch high "Calabash" style flask. It is light green in color. One side shows what looks like a stack of wheat and the other shows an 8-point… (179-397). Learn More »

BOTTLE LABEL WITH CHAIN

BOTTLE LABEL WITH CHAIN

Bottle ticket or label with a chain. Made of sterling silver it is in the shape of a leaf. In the center is the word PORT formed by removing material. On the back is the maker's mark "R" The silver… (179-272). 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 »

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 »


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RARE CONFEDERATE PUBLISHED POCKET TESTAMENT BY THE CONFEDERATE STATES BIBLE SOCIETY, AUGUSTA GA, PRINTED IN ATLANTA 1862 – PICKED UP BY CHARLES DEARING, 16TH MAINE

Measuring 3.25 by 5 inches, this is an extremely scarce Confederate pocket testament printed by “Wood, Hanleiter Rice & Co.” in Atlanta in 1862 for the “Confederate States Bible Society / Instituted in the Year 1862.” Like everything else… (766-1100). Learn More »

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