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Auction 141, Western 'Bottles From the Ralph van Brocklin Collection'
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Auction # 141

Auction Ended: June 29th, 2020 at 10 PM EDT

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Auction Local Time: Oct 21, 2020 15:54:56 EDT


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1. “CARTAN, McCARTHY & CO. / CM & CO (monogram) / SAN FRANCISCO”, (Thomas, #13), California, ca. 1882 - 1888, medium reddish amber, 12”h, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition, some glass whittle and trapped air bubbles.

 
9 $ 400
 

2. “O.K. / OLD BOURBON / CASTLE / WHISKEY / F. CHEVALIER & CO. / SOLE AGENTS”, (Thomas, #21), California, ca. 1875 - 1880, medium yellow amber, 11 7/8”h, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition.

 
7 $ 750
 

3. “MILTON J. HARDY / PURE / OLD RYE / TRADE MARK / (motif of an eagle with shield) / WELLINGTON A. HARDY / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE / KY.”, (Thomas, #34.5), California, ca. 1877 - 1880, medium amber, 12 1/8”h, applied mouth.

Some spotty inside stain, otherwise perfect. Nice glass whittle and extremely rare, possibly one of only two known examples!

 
9 $ 3,250
 

4. “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / J.H.C. (inside a barrel) / J.H. CUTTER OLD BOURBON (inside a circle) TRADE MARK J.H. CUTTER PURE OLD RYE (inside a circle) / MILTON J. HARDY & CO. / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE, KY. - CUTTER / WHISKEY”, (Thomas, #35), California, ca. 1873 - 1879, yellow with a hint of olive, 12 1/8”h, tooled lip, 95% original label reads: ‘Kentucky Grange Bourbon’.

An area of milky internal content stain, but no form of damage.

 
4 $ 325
 

5. “J.H. CUTTER / PURE / OLD RYE / J.H.C. (inside a barrel) / J.H. CUTTER OLD BOURBON (inside a circle) TRADE MARK J.H. CUTTER PURE OLD RYE (inside a circle) / C.P. MOORMAN / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE, KY. - CUTTER / WHISKEY”, (Thomas, #37), California, ca. 1880 - 1890, clear glass with an amethyst tint, 11 5/8”h, tooled lip.

Some light spotty internal satin.

 
2 $ 90
 

6. “J.H. CUTTER / EXTRA / OLD / BOURBON / J.H.C. (inside a barrel) / J.H. CUTTER OLD BOURBON (inside a circle) TRADE MARK J.H. CUTTER PURE OLD RYE (inside a circle) / C.P. MOORMAN / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE, KY. - CUTTER / WHISKEY”, (Thomas, #37), California, ca. 1900 - 1915, clear glass, 11 3/4”h, tooled lip.

A few light scattered wear marks, otherwise perfect.

 
7 $ 100
 

7. “CUTTER / A NO. 1 / WHISKEY (in a shoulder circle) / J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / TRADE (motif of a crown) MARK / J.H.C. (inside a barrel) / C.P. MOORMAN / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE, KY. - A.P. HOTALING’S / A. NO. 1 / CUTTER WHISKEY”, (Thomas, #40), California, ca. 1875 - 1890, yellowish amber, 12”, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition, some glass whittle and a great impression. This is the rare ‘A. No 1’ embossed variant.

 
11 $ 1,100
 

8. “CUTTER / O.K. / WHISKY (all in a shoulder circle) / J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / TRADE (motif of a crown) MARKS / J.H.C. (on a barrel) / C.P. MOORMAN / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE, KY. - A.P. HOTALING’S / O.K. / CUTTER WHISKY”, (Thomas, #41), California, ca. 1870 - 1890, medium reddish amber, 11 7/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition.

 
9 $ 160
 

9. “CUTTER / O.K. / WHISKY (all in a shoulder circle) / J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / TRADE (motif of a crown) MARKS / J.H.C. (on a barrel) / C.P. MOORMAN / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE, KY. - A.P. HOTALING’S / O.K. / CUTTER WHISKY”, (Thomas, #41), California, ca. 1870 - 1890, medium amber, 12 1/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition.

 
12 $ 170
 

10. “CUTTER / O.K. / WHISKY (all in a shoulder circle) / J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / TRADE (motif of a crown) MARKS / J.H.C. (on a barrel) / C.P. MOORMAN / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE, KY. - A.P. HOTALING’S / O.K. / CUTTER WHISKY”, (Thomas, #41), California, ca. 1870 - 1890, medium amber, 11 7/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.

A small odd shaped depression on the back area of the bottle was created when a small amount of glass remained in the mould after the bottle was removed.

 
6 $ 130
 

11. “CUTTER / O.K. / WHISKY (all in a shoulder circle) / J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / TRADE (motif of a crown) MARKS / J.H.C.” (on a barrel) / “C.P. MOORMAN / MANUFACTURER / LOUISVILLE, KY. - A.P. HOTALING’S / O.K. / CUTTER WHISKY”, (Thomas, #41), California, ca. 1870 - 1890, medium yellowish amber, 11 5/8”h, applied double collar mouth.

Areas of dull spotty external stain is on the upper one-half of the bottle.

 
14 $ 180
 

12. “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / WHISKY / (bird), (all in a shoulder circle) / J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / J.H.C. (on a barrel) / TRADE (motif of a crown) MARKS / C.P. MOORMAN / MANUF. / LOUISVILLE, KY. - A.P. HOTALING’S & CO. / SOLE AGENTS - / CUTTER / O.K. / WHISKY”, (Thomas, #42), California, ca. 1873 - 1879, medium yellowish amber, 12”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition.

 
5 $ 650
 

13. “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / (embossed crown) / A.P. HOTALING & C0. / SOLE AGENTS”, (Thomas, #43), California, ca. 1873 - 1879, amber, 11 3/4”h, applied double collar mouth.

A 3/16” by 1/8” chip is off the top edge of the lip and a tiny open bubble is on the edge of the base.

 
10 $ 110
 

14. “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / (crown) / A.P. HOTALING & CO. / SOLE AGENTS”, (Thomas, #43), California, ca. 1873 - 1877, yellow amber, 11 5/8”h, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition.

 
18 $ 850
 

15. “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / (crown) / A.P. HOTALING & CO. / SOLE AGENTS - A. NO 1”, (Thomas, #44), California, ca. 1873 - 1877, yellow with amber tone, 11 7/8”h, applied double collar gloppy mouth.

Perfect condition, but the impression is somewhat weak. Wonderful almost pure yellow color.

 
8 $ 210
 

16. “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / (embossed crown) / BOTTLED BY / A.P. HOTALING & CO - A.P. O1”, (Thomas, #45), California, ca. 1885 - 1895, yellow with amber tone, 11 3/4”h, tooled lip.

Perfect condition.

 
9 $ 80
 

17. “J.F. CUTTER / EXTRA / TRADE (shield and star) MARK / OLD BOURBON”, (Thomas, #46 variant 2), California, ca. 1873 - 1877, yellow amber with a hint of olive, 11 3/4”h, applied double collar mouth.

A tiny flake is off the inside edge of the lip, otherwise in perfect condition.

 
16 $ 400
 

18. “J.F. CUTTER / EXTRA / TRADE (shield and star) MARK / OLD BOURBON”, (Thomas, #46 variant 4), California, ca. 1870 - 1875, yellow amber, 12”h, large star on base, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition slight glass whittle. Plenty of yellow in this one.

 
9 $ 450
 

19. (Embossed Crown) / J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / E. MARTIN & CO. / SOLE AGENTS - J.H. CUTTER / OK / WHISKY”, (Thomas, #48a), California, ca 1872 - 1875, yellowish amber, 11 7/8”h, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition, some glass whittle.

 
12 $ 850
 

20. “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / A.P. HOTALING & CO. / SOLE AGENTS”, (Thomas, #49), California, ca. 1869 - 1871, olive amber, 12”h, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition.

 
16 $ 1,100
 

21. “J.H. CUTTER / OLD / BOURBON / (motif of a crown) / E. MARTIN & CO. / SOLE AGENTS”, (Thomas, #50), California, ca. 1874 - 1879, medium amber, 12”h, applied double collar mouth.

Perfect condition, highly whittled glass.

 
19 $ 2,000
 

22. “THE A.P. HOTALING CO. / OF / PORTLAND OR. / SOLE AGENTS - A.P.H. CO.”, (Thomas, #55), Oregon, ca. 1885 - 1895, yellowish amber, 12 1/8”h, smooth base, applied double collar mouth.

A tiny flake is off the outer edge of the lip, otherwise perfect. Rare "A.P.H. CO." shoulder embossing.

 
1 $ 800
 

23. “THE A.P. HOTALING & CO, / (embossed crown) / PORTLAND, OR. / SOLE AGENTS - THE A.P. HOTALING CO'S / A.P.H.”, (Thomas, #56), Oregon, ca. 1879 - 1884, amber with a reddish tone, 12 3/8”h, double collar mouth.

Some areas of very faint external haze. Also, an area of rough glass that was probably left in the mould from a prior blow is pressed into the back of the bottle. This is not to be considered as damage, but as an anomaly in the normal product of the bottle.

 
5 $ 1,600
 

24. “FLECKENSTEIN & MAYER / F & M (monogram) / PORTLAND, OREGON”, (Thomas, #65), Oregon, ca. 1880 - 1890, yellow amber with olive tone, 12 1/8”h, smooth base, applied blob mouth.

A small area of light scratches are on the shoulder.

 
15 $ 1,700
 

25. “FLECKENSTEIN & MAYER. / F&M (monogram) / PORTLAND, OREGON.”, (Thomas, #65), Oregon, ca. 1875 - 1885, medium amber, 12”h, star on the base, applied double collar gloppy mouth.

A 1/2” by 1/4” chip is off the collar at the neck, also some faint external haze. Good glass whittle.

 
1 $ 300
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