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 1. Beaded Side EAGLE / EAGLE, (GII-1), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1830-1845, pint, aquamarine, 6 5/8”, open pontil, sheared lip.

Full of bubbles. Fine condition.

 
5 $ 300
 2. “ST / DRAKE’S / 1860 / PLANTATION / X / BITTERS – PATENTED / 1862”, (Ring/Ham D-105), American, ca. 1862-1875, deep pink puce, 9 7/8”, smooth base, applied mouth, 6-log cabin.

Fine condition, tiny onion skin open bubble on lower roof tier.

 
0 $ 200 *
 3. “AMERICAN + / CHOLAGOGUE / JONES – J.D. PARK CINCINNATI, O.”, Ohio, ca. 1840-1860, aqua, 4 3/8”, iron pontil, double collar applied mouth.

Very tiny internal potstone with minor disturbance in side panel above the “e” in “American”. Otherwise fine condition.

 
0 $ 200 *
 4. EAGLE / EAGLE “PITTSBURGH PA ”,(GII-106) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ca. 1865-1875, pint, deep olive green, 7 1/2”, smooth base, banded top.

Fine condition.

 
1 $ 150
 5. Globular 24-rib Swirl,Midwestern, ca. 1820-1835, aqua, 24 rib swirled to the left, 8”, open pontil, donut top.

Fine condition. A great example of this classic beehive form.

 
1 $ 100
 6. “CLEVELAND” Peppersauce, Ohio, ca. 1870 – 1880, aqua, 8 1/2”, smooth base, applied double collar mouth. Lattice work in cathedral panes.

A 1/4" bruise exists on the reverse neck. A rare bottle that displays beautifully.

 
1 $ 50
 7. “JOHNSON & JOHNSON / NEW YORK” Jar, New York , ca. 1880 – 1900, cobalt blue, 6 3/4”, smooth base, ground mouth. All original zinc band and lid. The Zinc band is in excellent condition.

A small chip on the outside of the lip and chip on the rim of the lid exist. Very good condition for this particular jar.
Proceeds to benefit the FOHBC Virtual Museum

 
0 $ 150 *
 8. WASHINGTON BUST - EAGLE PORTRAIT FLASK,(GI-26), possibly Bridgeton Glass Works, Bridgeton, New Jersey, 1840-1855. Aquamarine, sheared mouth, open pontil , quart.

Fine condition, with a very light pontil flake done in the making.

 
0 $ 100 *
 9. “E. Y. CRONK / ROOT BEER / CHICAGO – REGISTERED / EYC (monogram) / TRADE MARK / BODE”,Illinois, ca. 1880-1890, cobalt blue, 7 1/4”, smooth base, blob top.

Lightly cleaned and retains minor ground imperfections.

 
1 $ 200
 10. “MISSISQUOI / A / SPRINGS"(Tucker V-16-A), Vermont, ca. 1865-1875, magnum quart, olive green , 9 1/2”, smooth base, double sloping collar top.

Fine condition.

 
0 $ 100 *
 11. Unembossed Log Cabin,(1862 P.H. Drake Patent as illustrated in Ring/Ham), American, ca. 1860-1870, golden yellow amber, 10”, smooth base, applied mouth, 6-log with 4 rivets in label panel.

Fine condition. Rare and beautiful example, fresh find!

 
1 $ 900
 12. “TOMS -RUSSIAN - LINIMENT”, American, ca. 1840-1860, aqua, 4 3/8”, open pontil, applied mouth.

Light inside haze, fine condition.

 
4 $ 130
 13. "AMERICAN VINTAGE CO. / NEW YORK" Sample Wine Bottle, New York , 1870-1880, deep yellow, 8”, smooth base, applied double collared mouth. An early California wine sample bottle.

A very rare bottle in a brilliant color! A few flat flakes under the lip done in the making.

 
0 $ 100 *
 14. SAILOR - BANJO PLAYER PICTORIAL FLASK,(GXIII-8) probably Maryland Glass Works of J.L. Chapman, Baltimore, Maryland, 1849-1862, pint, amber, 7 1/2”, smooth base, applied mouth.

Fine condition.

 
0 $ 150 *
 15. Labelled “KING’S / HARVARD / INK” 3 Part Mold Master Ink, Boston Massachusetts, ca. 1870-1885, deep emerald green, 9 3/4”, smooth base , tooled lip with pour spout. Label Reads: “King’s / Harvard / Ink / Manufactured by / Geo. F. King & Merrill, / 29 Hawley St. Boston. / Use King’s nonpareil pens / Superior to all others.” David Olsen Collection

Fine condition. A rare bottle!

 
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