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'Discovery/Potpourri' Auction #158
Closing over 2 days
Lots 1-200 Close Monday June 6th & Lots 201-425 Close Tuesday June 7th, 2022
This is a Timed Closing Auction

Auction # 158

Auction Ended: Days and Times
Part 1: Lots 1 - 200 close June 6th, 2022 at 10 PM EST
Part 2: Lots 201 - 425 close June 7th, 2022 at 10 PM EST

Auction Local Time: Aug 17, 2022 03:01:12 EDT



ALL BIDDING ON PART TWO of our two day ‘DISCOVERY/POTPOURRI’ AUCTION #158 IS NOW COMPLETED!

Winning bidders will be sent invoices by email Wednesday afternoon. These invoices will include the winning bids, plus our standard 20% buyer’s premium, which is reduced to 17% if paying by check or money order. This invoice will also include postage, insurance and appropriate sales tax for Pennsylvania residents. Please note: We are no longer sending out paper copies. If you require a paper copy please contact us at (215) 679-5849. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION!


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1. “M.J. RYAN / MJR (monogram) / MAHANOY CITY. PA. - WEISS BEER / THIS BOTTLE / NOT TO BE SOLD”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1880 - 1890, light to medium lime green, 7 1/2”h, faint embossing is on a smooth base, applied blob mouth.

A couple of spots of external stain and a few light scratches, otherwise in perfect condition. Believed to be a very rare bottle!

 
10 $ 250
 

2. “T.H. PAUL / GLASSBORO / N.J.”, New Jersey, ca. 1840 - 1860, emerald green, 7 5/8”h, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth.

In ‘as found’ dug condition having some stain and tiny imperfections. Also a 1/2” by 1/4” chip is off the edge of the base.

 
5 $ 200
 

3. “I.P. ROBINSON” (in large letters surrounding the entire bottle) / “BOTTLER / SALEM, N.J.”, New Jersey, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium yellowish grass green, 7”h, iron pontil, applied double collar mouth.

In ‘as found’ condition having a number of scattered scratches. A shallow 1/8” flake is off the side of the lip. A reportedly rare Southern New Jersey soda!

 
3 $ 300
 

4. “J.P. ROBINSON / SALEM / N.J. - R”, New Jersey, ca. 1860 - 1870, light to medium emerald green, 6 3/4”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.

A pinhead in size flake is off the outer edge of the lip, otherwise in pristine ‘attic’ found condition.

 
1 $ 40
 

5. “BODINE / & / SONS - (square slug plate), New Jersey, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium blue green, 7 3/8”h, faint pontil scarred base, applied blob mouth.

Lightly cleaned, but retains a few minor ground imperfections.

 
12 $ 180
 

6. “W.T. & CO. - 49 / GREENE ST/ / N.Y.”, New York, ca. 1865 - 1875, cobalt blue, 7 1/4”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth.

Cleaned, but retains a few very minor imperfections. A scarce bottle and in relatively good condition.

 
10 $ 130
 

7. “CASWELL / HAZARD & CO. / NEW YORK / GINGER ALE”, New York, ca. 1870 - 1880, bluish aqua round bottom, 9”h, smooth base, applied tapered collar mouth.

A flat 1/8” chip is off the top edge of the lip. Also some external stain is opposite of the embossing.

 
1 $ 50
 

8. “JAS. LARKIN / PT. R. / S.I.”, Staten Island, New York, ca. 1855 - 1865, emerald green, 6 1/2”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth.

A shallow 3/16” by 1/8” chip is off the top of the lip, otherwise in excellent overall ‘attic’ condition. Port Richmond is on the North Shore and was one of the earliest establishments on Staten Island. Extremely rare, possibly only two or three known examples!

 
2 $ 275
 

9. “KOHL & BEANS / MINERAL WATERS / EASTON / PA.”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840 - 1860, medium bluish green or teal color, 7 1/4”h, iron pontil, applied blob mouth.

A 1/4” in diameter milky ‘bruise’ is on the heel of the base and a few light scratches from usage. A nice ‘attic’ found example with a number of various size air bubbles.

 
4 $ 100
 

10. (Lot of 2), “JOSEPH AKERS / LAMBERTVILLE / N.J. - A”, and a “CONNELL & TALLON / BORDENTOWN / N.J. - BRIDGETON GLASS WORKS / N.J.”, New Jersey, ca. 1860 - 1870, shades of green, 7 1/2”h, smooth bases, applied mouths.

The Connell & Tallon’ has a tiny flake off the top of the lip and some milky content stain. The Akers is in pristine condition. Nether appears to be dug bottle.

 
1 $ 120
 

11. (Lot of 2), “W. MORTON / TRENTON / N.J. - W”, New Jersey, ca. 1840 - 1860, shades of green, 7 1/8” and 7 1/4”h, iron pontil and smooth base, applied blob mouths.

One has a tiny milky ding on the reverse above the base and some light scattered scratches from usage. The iron pontiled bottle has a tiny spot of in-making roughness on the top edge of the lip. Neither is a dug bottle.

 
1 $ 120
 

12. (Lot of 2), “A. NOBLE / PHILA.” and a “WILLIAMSTOWN / N.J.”, American, ca. 1840 - 1870, emerald green and bluish aqua, 7 1/4”h, iron pontils, applied mouths.

The Williamstown has been cleaned, but retains a number of imperfection including a number of chips and dings on the inside of the lip. The Noble is in ‘as found’ condition having a light external stain and a few scattered scratches. A 3/8” by 1/4” chip is off the edge of the base.

 
1 $ 70
 

13. (Lot of 3), (2) “J.A. SEITZ / EASTON, PA - S”, and a “DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS / PHILAD.A”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1845 - 1870, emerald green and blue green, 7” to 7 1/4”h, iron pontil and smooth bases, applied mouths.

The iron pontiled Dyottville has a 1/4” chip off the side of the lip, otherwise all three are in pristine ‘attic’ found condition. Very common bottles, but unlike a very high percentage that are, these are not dug!

 
1 $ 100
 

14. (Lot of 3), “R. ELLIOTT & CO. / TRENTON / N.J. - E”, and (2) “N. RICHARDSON & SON / TRENTON / N.J. - R”, New Jersey, ca. 1860 - 1870, shades of green, 7”h, smooth base, applied mouths.

One of the Richardson bottles has a flat 3/16” chip off the edge of the base, a smaller one is on the letter ‘R’. The Elliot has some light external stain and scratches.

 
4 $ 130
 

15. “J.C. BUFFUM & CO / TRADE MARK REGISTERED / (motif of scale inside a keystone) / CITY BOTTLING / HOUSE / PITTSBURGH PA. - THIS BOTTLE / MUST BE RETURNED”, Pennsylvania, ca. 1880 - 1895, amber hutchinson, 6 1/2”h, “JCB” (monogram) on a smooth base, tooled blob mouth, original loop seal closure.

Some minor scattered scratches and wear is around the upper base edge from usage.

 
8 $ 130
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