Jeff and Holly Noordsy

Dealers Specializing in the Sale of Early American Bottles, Glass and Period Decorative Arts

 

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DESCRIPTION

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AVAILABILTY

 10842

BRIGHT GREEN PITKIN TYPE FLASK - EXCEPTIONALLY CRISP

$1350

AVAILABLE

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 31 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, bright medium green, pontil scar, pint (6 5/8"H), sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at a Midwestern or Mid-Atlantic Glass House, 1810-1830.


 10835

ELECTRIC YELLOW GREEN PITKIN TYPE FLASK

$2150

ON HOLD

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 32 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, electric yellow green, pontil scar, pint (6 5/8"H), sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint exhibiting just a whisper of wear at the high points. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1810-1830.


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 10849

MEDIUM TO DEEP GREEN MIDWESTERN PITKIN TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 32 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, medium to deep green, pontil scar, pint (6 11/16"H), sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint exhibiting some minor exterior wear and two, small, shallow pontil flakes as manufactured. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1810-1830.


 10909

28 RIB PITKIN TYPE FLASK - RARE FORM AND RIB COUNT

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 28 ribs, ribbed slightly to the left, olive yellow, pontil scar, ½ pint (5 7/8"H), sheared and fire polished mouth, an undamaged flask exhibiting some light, scattered exterior usage wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1840, rare form and rib count.


 10924

ZANESVILLE, OH GOLDEN AMBER 10 DIAMOND FLASK

SOLD!

ITEM 10924. PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, 10 diamonds, golden amber, pontil scar, half-pint (5 1/16"H) sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear the high points. Midwestern, probably blown at the White Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, C. 1830.


 10884

LATE 18TH CENTURY NEW JERSEY CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, olive yellow, pontil scar, 9 ½"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting just a whisper of usage wear. Blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, late 18th century.


 10253

CRUDE NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE 7 5/8"H

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, yellow olive, pontil scar, 7 5/8"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.


 10794

WHITTLED BRIGHT YELLOW OLIVE PITTSBURGH DOUBLE EAGLE

SOLD!

EAGLE / "PITTSBURGH / PA" - EAGLE, GII-105, bright olive yellow, smooth base, pint, applied mouth with ring, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1865.


 10259

BEAUTIFUL WILLINGTON, CT GII-62 TURKEY NECK EAGLE FLASK - GREAT COLOR!

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST, WILLINGTON / CONN" HISTORICAL FLASKS, (McK# GII-62), bright forest/olive green, smooth base, pint, applied sloping collar, about mint (pinhead-sized base edge flake). Blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

 10260

BRIGHT BLUE GREEN WILLINGTON, CT GII-62 EAGLE FLASK - GARDNER COLLECTION

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST, WILLINGTON / CONN" HISTORICAL FLASKS, (McK# GII-62), bright blue green, smooth base, pint, applied sloping collar, about mint (small manufacturing flaw in applied mouth). Blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873, scarce color. Ex. Charles B. Garder and Gail Ross Collections.

 10205

THE "BEST" GII-78 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-78), bright golden amber, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass House, Stoddard, NH, C. 1850.

 10207

SUPERB GI-86 COVENTRY, CT LAFAYETTE - LIBERTY CAP HALF PINT FLASK

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "COVENTRY / CT" - LIBERTY CAP / "S & S," (McK# GI-86), bright golden amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (minor wear at the high points and a shallow 3/16" open surface bubble). Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1824.

 10208

COVENTRY, CT GVIII-16 SUNBURST FLASK - TOP SPECIMEN!

SOLD!

SUNBURST - SUNBURST, (McK# GVIII-16), bright, clear olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, an undamaged example with just a whisper of wear on the tips of the sunburst rays. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 10217

SCARCE GI-17 BALTIMORE GLASS WORKS WASHINGTON - TAYLOR FLASK

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "BALTIMORE GLASS WORKS" / BUST OF TAYLOR," (McK# GI-17), greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, an attic quality flask exhibiting some minor mouth roughness. Blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, C. 1845, scarce.

10222

TOP NOTCH GVIII-2 "TWO POUNDER" SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK (McK# GVIII-2), clear light green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England or New York State Glass House, 1815-1825.

 10213

BOLDLY LETTERED GVIII-8 KEENE SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

"KEEN - P&W" SUNBURST FLASK, (McK#GVIII-8), clear olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 10216

WONDERFUL GOLDEN AMBER GIX-2 QUART SIZED SCROLL FLASK

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-2), bright golden amber, pontil scar, quart, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint, attic quality flask with some minor manufacture related inner mouth roughness. American, 1830-1850, scarce.

 10219

PURE GREEN NEW ENGLAND GI-114 ADAMS - JEFFERSON FLASK

SOLD!

ADAMS - JEFFERSON, (McK# GI-114), forest/olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New Hampshire Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 10214

CRISPLY MOLDED GIV-32 ZANESVILLE, OH EAGLE MASONIC FLASK - UNUSUAL COLOR

SOLD!

"ZANESVILLE" / EAGLE / "OHIO / J. SHEPARD & CO "- MASONIC, (GIV-32), pale greyish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. Blown at the White Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1830, scarce.

 10200

EMERALD GREEN PITTSBURGH GII-106 DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE / "PITTSBURGH / PA," - EAGLE, (McK# GII-108), bright emerald green, smooth base, pint, applied mouth with ring, an attic quality bottle with a pinhead sized surface blemish on the medial rib. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1870, rare color.

 10201

BOLDLY EMBOSSED GI-121 COLUMBIA - EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

LADY COLUMBIA - EAGLE / "B & W", (McK# GI-121), bright aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, an attic quality example with just a whisper of interior haze. American, pobably blown in a Mid-Atlantic States Glass House, C. 1830.

 10212

GIV-19 KEENE, NH EAGLE - MASONIC FLASK - GREAT CLARITY!

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KCCNC" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-19), bright golden amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 10204

COVENTRY, CT GI-34 WASHINGTON - JACKSON HALF PINT FLASK

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON, (McK# GI-34), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, shared and fire polished mouth, an undamged example exhibiting some scattered exterior wear. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1840.

 9886

SUPERB GI-112 KOSSUTH - PADDLE WHEEL STEAMER CALABASH

SOLD!

"LOUIS KOSSUTH" / BUST OF KOSSUTH - FRIGATE / "U. S. STEAM FRIGATE / MISSISSIPPI - P H DOLFIN / MOULD MAKER / NTH 5. ST 84" (ON BASE), (McK# GI-112), brilliant aquamarine, calabash, pontil scar, quart, crudely applied sloping collar, an attic quality example with a tiny disturbance in the cover glass of a surface bubble. American, C. 1851, scarce.

 9822

SCREAMING YELLOW GIV-32 ZANESVILLE - MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

"ZANESVILLE" / EAGLE / "OHIO / J. SHEPARD & CO" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-32), clear brilliant yellow shading to a golden yellow nearer the base, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the White Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1830, rare color for this mold.

 9962

BEAUTIFUL NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE - PALE COLOR!

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive yellow, pontil scar, 5 5/8"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 10024

BUBBLY AQUAMARINE NEW ENGLAND GIII-8 CORNUCOPIA - URN

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-8), strong bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at a New England Glass House, C. 1830, scarce color.

 9821

SUPERB LOUISVILLE GII-22 EAGLE-LYRE WITH ELONGATED NECK

SOLD!

EAGLE - LYRE (McK# GII-22), deep aquamarine with numerous black strings and olive yellow striations, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (flask may have been very lightly cleaned). Probably blown at the Kentucky Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1855, rare.

 9974

GII-72 KEENE, NH EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA FLASK - SUPER EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KEENE" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-17), golden olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 9961

EXTRA BUBBLY NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, yellow olive, pontil scar, 5 3/8"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9976

TOP SHELF KEENE, NH GIV-17 MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KEENE" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-17), golden olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 9874

PURE GREEN NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, clear olive green, pontil scar, 5 5/8"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Probably blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9258

BEAUTIFUL NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE - GREAT FORM AND COLOR

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive yellow, pontil scar, 5 9/16"H, applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 10128

GORGEOUS WESTFORD, CT TRAVELER'S COMPANION QUART

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - "TRAVELER'S / (EIGHT-POINTED STAR) / COMPANION", (McK# GXIV-1), brilliant orange amber with strong red highlights, particularly near the base, smooth base, quart, applied mouth, mint. Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

 9977

GIV-24 KEENE EAGLE - MASONIC HALF-PINT FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-24), clear golden olive amber, pontil scar, half pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about perfect (slight wear at the high points and a pinhead sized stone with a 1/32" disturbance). Probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 9878

STUNNING HALF-PINT CORRUGATED RIB GI-81 LAFAYETTE - DEWITT CLINTON

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "S & C" - "DEWITT CLINTON / BUST OF DEWITT CLINTON / C _ T," (McK# GI-81), clear moss green with a yellow tone, pontil scar, half pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting just a whisper of wear at the high points. Probably blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1824.

 9812

EXCEPTIONAL STIEGEL 12 DIAMOND FLASK - REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA!

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, purple amethyst, 12 nip't diamonds, pontil scar, 4 5/8"H, crudely sheared mouth, about mint (some MINOR manufacture related lip edge roughness). Blown at Stiegel's American Flint Glass Manufactory, 1769-1774, rare.

 9633

GX-4 GENERAL TAYLOR CAPTAIN BRAGG FLASK WITH CRISP EMBOSSING

SOLD!

"GENL TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS" / CANNON - "A / LITTLE / MORE / GRAPE / CAPT BRAGG" / CLUSTER OF GRAPES, (McK# GX-4), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, C. 1848, scarce.

 9386

BOLDLY RIBBED SOUTHERN NJ PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 32 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, sea green, pontil scar, 6 11/16"H, a mint bottle exhibiting some expected usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern or New Jersey Glass House, 1810-1830. Scarce color.

 9294

OVERSIZED 18TH CENTURY SOUTH JERSEY CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, clear olive green, pontil scar, 10 ¾"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected light usage wear. American, probably blown in an 18th century New Jersey Glass House. Scarce size.

 9256

CRUDE AND BUBBLY GREEN CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, forest/olive green, pontil scar, 5 1/2"H, applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9336

CRISPLY EMBOSSED GII-24 LOUISVILLE DOUBLE EAGLE

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK#GII-24), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (small, skin deep open surface bubble on the base edge). Probably blown at the Kentucky Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1855.

 9235

SUPERB NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - UNUSUAL COLOR!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pale moss green, pontil scar, 6 5/8"H, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (spotty interior haze at the base edge). Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9254

VERY RARE MINIATURE OHIO GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

MINIATURE GLOBULAR BOTTLE, bright orange amber, pontil scar, 3 7/16"H, outwardly folded mouth, mint. Midwestern, probably blown at the White Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840. Very rare size.

 9335

APPLIED TOP GII-26 LOUISVILLE DOUBLE EAGLE - SPECTACULAR EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK#GII-26), deep aquamarine, early smooth base, quart, applied double collar, mint. Probably blown at the Kentucky Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1855. Very rare mouth and base treatment.

 8753

SPECTACULAR NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pale olive yellow, pontil scar, half-pint (5 7/8"H), sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Hartford County, CT Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9103

7 3/8"H NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE - PINE GREEN!

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pine green, pontil scar, 7 3/8"H, applied mouth, a mint bottle with some washable content residue. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9050

STUNNING OHIO PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, aquamarine, 24 vertical ribs slightly swirling to the left, pontil scar, 7 ¼"H, applied mouth, mint. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 9014

DIMINUTIVE NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 5 1/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (minor exterior wear). Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9136

BEAUTIFULLY CRUDE 6 7/8"H NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTLLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive yellow, pontil scar, 6 7/8"H, applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

9135

EXCEPTIONAL OVERSIZED ZANESVILLE, OH GLOBULAR BOTTLE - VERY RARE!

SOLD!

ITEM 9135. OVERSIZED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, golden amber, pontil scar, 11 ¼"H, outwardly folded mouth, a mint bottle with some expected light exterior wear. Midwestern, probably blown at the White Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840. Extremely rare size.

 9082

EXCEPTIONAL GVIII-1 NEW ENGLAND/NEW YORK STATE SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK (McK# GVIII-1), clear with a vaseline tint, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting just a whisper of wear at the high points. Blown at a New England or New York State Glass House, 1815-1830. Rare color!

 8735

5 3/4"H NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE - ELONGATED NECK!

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale yellow olive, pontil scar, 5 ¾"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9083

LONG NECKED GVIII-2 "TWO-POUNDER" SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK (McK# GVIII-2), clear, light green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting just a whisper of wear at the high points. Blown at a New England or New York State Glass House, 1815-1830.

 9045

8 1/4" NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale yellow olive, pontil scar, 8 ¼"H, applied mouth, a mint bottle retaining some spotty interior residue. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 9041

BLOOD RED STODDARD, NH "PATENT" FLASK

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD "PATENT" WHISKEY FLASK, blood red amber, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, about mint (minor exterior wear). Blown at a Stoddard, NH Glass House, C. 1860.

 9036

WHITTLED WESTFORD, CT PINT WHISKEY FLASK

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK, orange amber, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, C. 1870.

 9037

BLOOD RED HALF-PINT WESTFORD, CT FLASK

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK, blood red amber, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, about mint (1/8" onion-skin surface bubble). Blown at a New England Glass House, C. 1865.

 9039

TWO-PIECE MOLD STODDARD, NH WHISKEY FLASK

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK, bright orange amber, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. Blown at a Stoddard, NH Glass House, C. 1865.

 9038

HALF-PINT STODDARD, NH WHISKEY FLASK

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK, bight orange amber, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, mint. Blown at a Stoddard, NH Glass House, C. 1865.

 8927

RARE NEW ENGLAND GIV-6 "TWO POUNDER" MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK#GIV-6), deep greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, tooled mouth, about mint (light exterior wear). Blown at a New England Glass House, 1815-1830, rare mold.

 8930

TOP SHELF NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO. GIV-27 MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE / "NEG / CO" - MASONIC, (McK#GIV-27), greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (the base has been lightly polished). Blown at the New England Glass Company, Cambridge,MA, 1819-1826.

 9040

STODDARD, NH PINT FLASK WITH EMBOSSED DOTS

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK, bright yellow amber, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. Blown at a Stoddard, NH Glass House, C. 1865.

 8821

GORGEOUS NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - MOSS GREEN!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, bright moss green, pontil scar, 5 ¼"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Hartford County, CT Glass House, 1790, 1820, scarce color.

 9048

EXCEPTIONAL 9 3/4" NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive yellow, 9 ¾"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle with some minor wear and a hint of manufacture related mouth roughness. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820, scarce size.

 8822

BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER BULLTOWN, NJ GXIII-40 - EX. GARDNER COLLECTION

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - STAR, (McK# GXIII-40), bright yellow amber, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, about mint (minor exterior wear). Blown at the Bulltown Glass Works, Bulltown, NJ, 1858-1870, ex. Charles B. Gardner Collection.

 CD27

PRETTY GXV-7 STODDARD, NH LETTERED FLASK

SOLD!

"GRANITE / GLASS / CO - STODDARD / NH", (McK# GXV-7), light, bright golden olive amber, blowpipe pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (several tiny flakes appear to have been polished from the lip edge). Blown at the Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1850-1862.

 8935

BOLDLY EMBOSSED STODDARD, NH GII-81 DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE / "GRANITE / GLASS CO" - EAGLE / "STODDARD / NH," (McK# GII-81), deep golden amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (tiny, shallow flake on the inside of the mouth). Blown at the Granite Glass Co., Stoddard, NH, C. 1855.

 8931

KEENE, NH GIV-24 HALF-PINT MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-24), yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (scattered exterior wear). Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, 1820-1840.

 8934

PURE OLIVE GREEN GII-82 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK - RARE COLOR!

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK#GII-82), olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, 1840-1860.

 8929

BOLDLY EMBOSSED KEENE GIV-1A MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE / "IP" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-1A), deep bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, tooled mouth, about mint (minor exterior wear). Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, 1815-1830.

 8932

HANDSOME KEENE, NH GIV-17 MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KEENE" - MASONIC, (McK#GIV-17), yellow olive, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, C. 1830.

 8860

HIGH SHOULDERED NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, olive yellow, pontil scar, 8 ¼"H, crudely applied mouth, about mint (scattered exterior wear). New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 8630

BEAUTIFUL NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive green, pontil scar, 5 1/2"H, applied mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Hartford County, CT Glass House, 1790-1820.

 8449

OVERSIZED NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, olive yellow, pontil scar, 10 1/8"H, crudely applied mouth, about mint (tiny radiating potstone and an interior open bubble that retains some content residue. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820, scarce size.

 8752

NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK WITH WIDE MOUTH AND BOLD IMPRESSION

SOLD

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pale olive yellow, pontil scar, 6 3/4"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Hartford County, CT Glass House, 1790, 1820, scarce form.

 8629

SPECIAL NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE WITH AMBER STRIATION

SOLD

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, olive yellow with a distinct amber swirl, pontil scar, 5 3/8"H, applied mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Hartford County, CT Glass House, 1790-1820.

 CD25

GVIII-8 KEENE SUNBURST FLASK - TOP EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

"KEEN - P&W" SUNBURST FLASK, (McK#GVIII-8), clear olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 8695

BEAUTIFUL NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, light olive green, pontil scar, 5 3/8"H, crudely applied collar, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 8058

BRIGHT GII-82 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE / "STODDARD / NH" - EAGLE, (McK# GII-82), bright honey amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (small, paper thin open bubble near the medial rib). Blown at the Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1850-1862, scarce.

 8615

FOREST/OLIVE GREEN GIII-10 CORNUCOPIA - URN HALF - PINT

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-10), forest/olive green, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1830-1850.

 8513

SUPERB GI-86 LAFAYETTE - LIBERTY CAP FLASK

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "COVENTRY / CT" - LIBERTY CAP / "S & S," (McK# GI-86), yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with some very minor wear at the high points. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1824, a scarce flask in a hard to find shade of color.

 8273

LANCASTER, NY GV-2 LOCOMOTIVE FLASK - EXTREMELY RARE COLOR

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / LOCOMOTIVE - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / LOCOMOTIVE, (McK#GV-2), clear moss green, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished lip, mint. Blown at the Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, NY, C. 1840, extremely rare color.

 8203

BRIGHT FOREST GREEN GIII-11 MOUNT VERNON/MOUNT PLEASANT CORNUCOPIA-URN

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-11), bright forest green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint. Blown at either the Mount Vernon Glass Works, Vernon, NY or the Saratoga (Mt. Pleasant) Glass Works, Saratoga, NY, 1830-1850, very scarce color.

 8611

CITRON LYNDEBOROUGH, NH PINT SIZED FLASK

SOLD!

SEAM SIDED FLASK, citron, pint, applied mouth, mint. American, probably blown at the Lyndeborough Glass Company, South Lyndeborough, NH, C. 1875.

 8600

WONDERFULLY FORMED 5 1/2"H YELLOW OLIVE CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, yellow olive, pontil scar, 5 ½"H, applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 8519

SUPERBLY CRUDE 5 3/4"H NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, yellow olive, pontil scar, 5 3/4"H, applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 8610

SUPERB GV-8 RAILROAD FLASK

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / HORSE AND CART - EAGLE, (McK# GV-8), olive green, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

 8616

SPARKLING GII-87 STODDARD, NH HALF-PINT FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-87), bright honey amber, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a tiny pontil flake that occurred during manufacture. Blown at the Granite Glass Company, Stoddard, NH, 1850-1862.

 8521

DEEP AQUAMARINE GII-24 LOUISVILLE DOUBLE EAGLE - TOP EXAMPLE

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-24), deep aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Kentucky Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1845.

 8377

GVIII-2 "TWO POUND" NEW ENGLAND SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK (McK# GVIII-2), clear light green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (several shallow bubbles are open on the surface). Blown at a New England Glass House, 1815-1825.

 8608

CLEAR OLIVE GREEN GII-73A EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-73A), clear olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, C. 1830.


 8609

GV-6 COVENTRY, CT SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD FLASK

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / HORSE AND CART - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / HORSE AND CART, (McK# GV-6), olive green, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a somewhat weakened impression. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.


 8512

COVENTRY, CT GVIII-16 SUNBURST FLASK - LIGHT COLOR!

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 8428

EXCEPTIONAL DEEP EMERALD GREEN GI-99 JENNY LIND CALABASH

SOLD!

"JENNY LIND" - "GLASS WORKS / S. HUFFSEY" CALABASH FLASK, (McK# GI-99), deep emerald green, huge blowpipe pontil scar, quart calabash, applied sloping collar with ring, about mint (inconsequential top of the lip flake). Probably blown at the Isabella Glass Works, New Brooklyn, NJ, 1845-1860. Ex. Dr. Gary Johnson Collection.

 HS105

SAPPHIRE BLUE GII-24 LOUISVILLE DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-24), brilliant sapphire blue, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Kentucky Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1845, scarce color. Ex. Barry D. Hogan Collection.

 JNH72

EXCEPTIONAL PITKIN GVIII-7 SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK (McK#GVIII-7), clear yellow olive, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (minor mouth roughness and some exterior wear). Blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, 1815-1825, very rare, ex. Ralph Fletcher Collection.

 8285

BEAUTIFULLY CRUDE NEW ENGLAND GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

GLOBULAR BOTTLE, clear olive green, pontil scar, 10 3/8"H, applied mouth, hard to find spider crack in the shoulder with numerous 3/8" radiations and some minor exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 8286

UNUSUAL 8 3/8" NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, olive yellow, pontil scar, 8 3/8"H, applied mouth, about mint (partially open interior bubble). Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 8378

SUPERB KEENE, NH GVIII-9 SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK (McK# GVIII-9), clear olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, Keene, NH, C. 1830.

 8280

MINT GIX-45 CORSET WAISTED SCROLL FLASK

SOLD!

CORSET WAISTED SCROLL FLASK, (McK#GIX-45), deep aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask that is slightly overblown in the shoulder area. Probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1840, scarce.

 8230

PATTERN MOLDED MIDWESTERN GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, light, bright orange amber, 24 ribs, swirled to the right, pontil scar, 7 5/8"H, outwardly folded rim, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840.

 8287

OVERSIZED NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE WITH APPLIED SLOPING COLLAR

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, golden olive amber, pontil scar, 9"H, applied sloping collar, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, C. 1820.

 JNH74

EXCEPTIONAL PITKIN GLASS WORKS GVIII-5A SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK (McK#GVIII-5A), bright golden amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, 1815-1825, extremely rare.

 8201

COVENTRY, CT GIII-4 CORNUCOPIA-URN

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-4), clear olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

 8266

DEEP AMBER ZANESVILLE, OH PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, deep "root beer" amber, 24 ribs, swirled to the left, pontil scar, 7 1/2"H, outwardly folded rim, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840.

 CD11

"THE BEST" PONTILED HALF-PINT WILLINGTON - EAGLE FLASK

SOLD

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST, WILLINGTON / CONN" HISTORICAL FLASKS, (McK# GII-63), foresty olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared mouth, mint. Blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

 8177

DEEP AMBER GIII-11 MOUNT VERNON/MOUNT PLEASANT CORNUCOPIA-URN

SOLD

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-11), deep amber with an olive tone, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at either the Mount Vernon Glass Works, Vernon, NY or the Saratoga (Mt. Pleasant) Glass Works, Saratoga, NY, 1830-1850.

 7707

OVERSIZED NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, olive green, pontil scar, 10 5/8"H, crudely applied collar, about mint (1/4" base edge fissure hidden within the wear ring). Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7976

SUPERB GV-1 LANCASTER RAILROAD FLASK

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / LOCOMOTIVE - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / LOCOMOTIVE, (McK #GV-1), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, NY, C. 1850, scarce.

 CD14

EXTRA NICE GVIII-8 KEENE SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

"KEEN - P&W" SUNBURST FLASK, (McK#GVIII-8), clear olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 8086

OUTSTANDING NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, light, bright olive green, pontil scar, 6 7/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with just a whisper of usage wear. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 8130

EXCEPTIONAL 4 3/4"H NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, light yellow olive, pontil scar, 4 ¾"H, crudely applied oversized collar, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820, rare size.

 8137

SUPERB MIDWESTERN PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, golden amber, 36 ribs ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 1/4"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1810 to 1830.

 7973

"THE BUBBLIEST" TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK, olive green, smooth base, 8 5/8"H, applied blob-style collar, mint. Probably blown at a New England Glass House, C. 1870, scarce.

 7992

LOUISVILLE, KY GII-31 QAUART EAGLE FLASK - GREAT EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-31), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1860, scarce.

 7956

EXCEPTIONAL OVERSIZED CHESTNUT BOTTLE - GREAT FORM AND COLOR!

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, light olive yellow, pontil scar, 10 ½"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected usage wear. Probably blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820, rare size.

 7957

BEAUTIFULLY CRUDE 8 3/8"H CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, olive green, pontil scar, 8 3/8"H, crudely applied mouth, about mint (some scattered exterior wear and scuffing). Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7706

STODDARD PATENT-TYPE WHISKEY FLASK

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK, golden amber, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, a mint bottle retaining some washable content residue. New England, probably blown at a Stoddard, NH Glass House, C. 1865.

 7790

BEAUTIFUL 7 7/16" NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, yellow olive, pontil scar, 7 7/16"H, crudely applied collar, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7844

HIGH SHOULDERED 6 3/8"H CHESTNUT BOTTLE WITH UNUSUAL LIP

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, yellow olive, pontil scar, 6 3/8"H, outwardly rolled mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820, a rare mouth treatment for a New England chestnut bottle.

 7923

FRESH TO THE MARKET COLORED PIKE'S PEAK FLASK

SOLD!

"FOR PIKE'S PEAK / PROSPECTOR - HUNTER SHOOTING DEER," (McK# GXI-51), forest green, smooth base, pint, applied collar, mint. Probably blown at the Ravenna Glass Works, Ravenna, OH, C. 1865, scarce.

 7938

MOSTLY YELLOW 5 3/8" CHESTNUT BOTTLE - GREAT EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive yellow, pontil scar, 5 3/8"H, crudely applied collar, mint. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7939

EXCEPTIONAL BRIGHT GREEN NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT - TEMPLE?

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, brilliant blue green, pontil scar, 5 ½"H, applied collar, mint. Probably blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820, rare color.

 7791

PLUMP 5 1/4" NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, light olive yellow, pontil scar, 5 1/4"H, crudely applied collar, a mint bottle exhibiting scattered exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7753

SUPERB KEENE GIV-24 HALF-PINT MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-24), clear olive green, tubular pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 7782

EXCEPTIONAL PAIR OF NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASKS

SOLD!

ASSEMBLED PAIR OF PITKIN-TYPE FLASKS, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, straw yellow and clear grass green, pontil scars, 6 ¾"H, sheared and fire polished mouths, mint flasks exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7752

RARE GIV-14 HALF-PINT MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-14), clear light green, pontil scar, half-pint, tooled mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some exterior wear. New England, probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, C. 1825, rare.

 7805

36 RIB NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, clear olive green, pontil scar, 6 7/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

7804

18TH CENTURY SOUTH JERSEY PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 16 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, bright yellow green, pontil scar, 6 ½"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (some light exterior wear). Blown at a Southern New Jersey Glass House, late 18th century.

 7806

BEAUTIFUL STRAW YELLOW NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, straw yellow, pontil scar, 5 3/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7719

EXTRA CRISP GI-96 FRANKLIN-DYOTT KENSINGTON QUART

SOLD!

"BENJAMIN FRANKLIN" / BUST OF FRANKLIN - "ERIPUIT COELO FULMEN SCEPTRUMQUE TYRANNIS" - "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" - "T.W. DYOTT, M.D." / BUST OF DYOTT, (McK# GI-96), aquamarine, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (small radiating potstone just under the "T" in "T.W." and a few freckles of faint interior haze). Blown at the Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, C.1835, scarce, Ex. Warren "Bud" Lane Jr. Collection.

 TG004

EXCEPTIONAL GVIII-27 SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-27), olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850, rare color, ex. John Orashen Collection.

 CD006

NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - RARE RIB COUNT!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 38 vertical ribs and 36 ribs swirled to the left, clear olive green, pontil scar, 6 13/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear at the base edge. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820, very rare rib count.

 CD007

DIMINUTIVE, FINELY RIBBED NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, clear olive green, pontil scar, 5 3/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 CD005

"THE BEST" GIII-2 MOUNT VERNON QUART DECANTER

SOLD!

BLOWN THREE MOLD DECANTER, (McK# GIII-2 Type 1), clear olive green, cylindrical, pontil scar, quart, flared mouth, mint. Blown at the Mount Vernon Glass Works, Vernon, NY, 1820-1840, rare.

 7626

LONG NECKED GOLDEN AMBER GIX-31 HALF-PINT SCROLL

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-31), golden amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint. American, 1840-1860, scarce color for this mold.

 7646

BEAUTIFULLY CRUDE NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, pale moss green, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 1/8" H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 7647

SUPER NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, golden olive amber, pontil scar, 5 7/8"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7622

ATTIC QUALITY NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, light olive yellow, pontil scar, 5 3/8"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle with some washable content residue. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7681

EXTRA-NICE GRANITE GLASS COMPANY LETTERED PINT

SOLD!

"GRANITE / GLASS / CO - STODDARD / NH", (McK# GXV-7), bright orange amber, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at the Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1850-1862, ex. Pete Austin Collection.

 7652

TOP SHELF NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - GREAT COLOR!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, pale straw yellow, 36 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 5 5/8" H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 7669

EXTRA-CRUDE STODDARD "PATENT" FLASK

SOLD!

"PATENT" FLASK, golden orange amber, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass House, Stoddard, NH C. 1860.

 7658

PITKIN MADE GVIII-5A SUNBURST FLASK - OUTSTANDING EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK (McK#GVIII-5A), bright golden amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, 1815-1825, extremely rare.

 SP96

UNUSUAL 31 RIB HALF-PINT PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 31 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, olive green, pontil scar, 5"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, likely blown at a Midwestern or Mid-Atlantic States Glass House, early 19th century, very scarce rib count.

 7571

EXTREMELY RARE SALMON PINK GXIII-17 HUNTER - HOUND

SOLD!

HORSEMAN - HOUND, (McK# GXIII-17), light to medium salmon pink, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, a mint bottle with some minor wear at the high points. Probably blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, C. 1870, extremely rare color.

7593

EXTRA NICE GII-48 EAGLE - FLAG HAMMONTON, NJ QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE - FLAG / "COFFIN & HAY / HAMMONTON," (McK# GII-48), aquamarine, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Cofffin & Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, NJ, 1836-1847.

 RT1

ORIGINAL E.G. BOOZ'S CABIN WHISKEY

SOLD!

"E.G. BOOZ'S / OLD CABIN / WHISKEY - 120 WALNUT ST / PHILADELPHIA - E.G. BOOZ'S / OLD CABIN / WHISKEY - 1840," (McK # GVII-4), bright yellow amber, cabin shaped, 8"H, applied sloping collar, about mint (scattered exterior wear and some minor interior haze). Blown at the Whitney Glass Works, Glassboro, NJ, C. 1860.

 7526

RARE PITKIN GLASS WORKS GVIII-5 SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK#GVIII-5), olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some light high point wear. Blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, C. 1820, rare.

 7338

COLLECTION OF LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY LOOPED FLASKS

SOLD!

COLLECTION OF LOOPED FLASKS, shades of puce and amber, 3 7/8"H to 5 1/8"H, pontil scars, sheared and fire polished mouths, about mint (a few minor body flakes). Blown at a European Glass House, early Nineteenth century.

 7265

SUPERB MOSSY OLIVE GREEN GIV-24 KEENE MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-24), mossy olive green, tubular pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with some manufacturer's neck crazing. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, rare color.

 7484

SOUTH JERSEY PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - GOOD COLOR!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 30 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, bright, light blue green, pontil scar, 6 ¾"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, 1810-1830.

 7435

BRIGHT GRASS GREEN NEW JERSEY PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 24 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, bright grass green, pontil scar, 6"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at a New Jersey Glass House, late 18th/early 19th century.

 7436

LOCKPORT, NY FREEBLOWN FLASK - EX. McKEARIN

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN FLASK, brilliant sapphire blue (of the type peculiar to the Lockport Glass Works), pontil scar, 4 7/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at the Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, NY, C. 1855, ex. George McKearin Collection.

 SP95

SUPERB CONNECTICUT PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - GREAT FORM AND COLOR!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, brilliant sage green, pontil scar, 5 1/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected light wear at the base edge. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7434

18TH CENTURY PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - WISTARBURGH?

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 16 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, bright yellow green, pontil scar, 6"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at a New Jersey Glass House, mid to late 18th century.

 7366

STODDARD PINT WITH EMBOSSED "DOT"

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD FLASK WITH EMBOSSED "DOT," bright golden amber, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, C. 1865.

 7367

STUNNING STODDARD HALF-PINT FLASK

SOLD!

TWO-PIECE MOLD FLASK, brilliant orange amber, early smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, a mint flask exhibiting minor exterior wear. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, C. 1865.

 7444

EXCEPTIONAL MIDWESTERN PATTERN MOLDED FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, 24 vertical ribs, bright yellow olive, pontil scar, pint (6 3/8"H), crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some exterior wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840, rare.

 7426

STODDARD, NH GII-86 HALF-PINT DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE (McK# GII-86), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C. 1855.

 7439

OUTSTANDING OVERSIZED CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, clear olive green, pontil scar, 9 1/8"H, applied mouth, mint. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7440

BRIGHTLY COLORED CONNECTICUT CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, bright olive yellow, pontil scar, 8 3/8"H, applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some exterior wear. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 7165

PRETTY GIII-14A LANCASTER CORNUCOPIA - AS FOUND

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK#GIII-14A), bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, and attic quality flask with a 2" potstone crack in the shoulder. Blown at the Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, NY, 1830-1850.

 7446

ZANESVILLE, OHIO 10 DIAMOND FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, 10 diamonds, golden amber, pontil scar, 5 1/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some exterior wear. Midwestern, probably blown at a Zanesville, Ohio Glass Works, 1820-1840.

 7356

YELLOW CONNECTICUT GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN GLOBULAR BOTTLE, straw yellow, pontil scar, 10 1/2"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected usage wear. New England, probably blown at an early Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1830.

 7258

SUPERB CONNECTICUT GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN GLOBULAR BOTTLE, pale but brilliant olive green, pontil scar, 10 1/2"H, crudely applied mouth, about mint (a pinhead sized surface stone at the base edge is surrounded by an inconsequential bruise). New England, probably blown at an early Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1830.

 7349

OUTSTANDING STIEGEL DIAMOND DAISY FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, brilliant purple amethyst, diamond daisy design, pontil scar, 5"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at Stiegel's American Flint Glass Manufactory, 1769-1774, rare.

 7360

BLUISH GREEN MIDWESTERN PITKIN FLASK - EX. BLASKE

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, bright bluish green, 30 ribs ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 7 1/4"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some usage wear at the base edge. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1810 to 1830, ex. Blaske Collection.

 7361

OLIVE GREEN 31 RIB MIDWESTERN PITKIN FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive green, 31 ribs ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 6 1/4"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some usage wear at the base edge. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1810 to 1830, scarce rib count.

 7362

YELLOW GREEN MIDWESTERN PITKIN FLASK - UNUSUAL FORM

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, brilliant yellow green, 24 ribs ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 15/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some usage wear at the base edge. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1810 to 1830, scarce color.

 7363

SUPERB ZANESVILLE "POPCORN" PITKIN FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, golden amber, 36 ribs ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 1/4"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1810 to 1830.

7364

CONNECTICUT PITKIN FLASK - GREAT EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, light olive yellow, 36 ribs ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 5/8"H, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (minor exterior wear and a pinhead-sized lip flake). New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 7241

NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - GOOD COLOR!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, light olive yellow, 36 ribs ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 1/8"H, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 7359

RARE MINIATURE MIDWESTERN COINSPOT FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, golden amber with an olive cast, coinspot pattern, pontil scar, 3 13/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, C. 1820, rare.

 7269

ATTIC FOUND NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, yellow olive, pontil scar, 5 5/8"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1820.

7302

MINT GII-143 EAGLE CALABASH - GREAT COLOR!

SOLD!

EAGLE WITH BANNER, (McK# GII-143), bright lime green, pontil scar, quart calabash, applied sloping collar, mint. American, 1845-1860.

 7100

SUPERB CHESTNUT FLASK - BRILLIANT GREEN!

SOLD

CHESTNUT FLASK, bright forest green, pontil scar, 6 7/8"H, applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some expected usage wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1790-1830, very scarce color.

 BS2

MIDWESTERN POCKET FLASK - GREAT COLOR!

SOLD!

. FREEBLOWN POCKET FLASK, olive yellow, pontil scar, 5 ¼"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Midwestern, 1820-1840, scarce color.

 7155

DIMINUTIVE CONNECTICUT CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, grassy olive green, pontil scar, 5 1/16"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1830.

 6901

VERY RARE GII-90 ZANESVILLE EAGLE QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE - "KH & Co. ZO" (on base), (McK# GII-90), aquamarine, smooth base, quart, applied mouth with ring, a mint flask with a few patches of light interior haze. Probably blown at a Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, C. 1875, very rare.

 7158

EMERALD GREEN GIV-1 KEENE MASONIC - RARE COLOR!

SOLD!

EAGLE / "I P" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-1), medium emerald green, pontil scar, pint, tooled mouth, mint. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1815-1830, rare color.

 7163

BOLDLY EMBOSSED COVENTRY, CT GII-71 DOUBLE EAGLE

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-71), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with some washable content residue. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850, comparatively scarce.

 7164

"THE BEST" ICY BLUE MAJOR RINGGOLD GI-71

SOLD!

"MAJOR RINGGOLD" / BUST OF RINGGOLD - "ROUGH AND READY" / BUST OF TAYLOR, (McK# GI-71), icy bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1830-1850.

 7166

EXTRA WHITTLED GXI-3 PIKE'S PEAK FLASK

SOLD!

"FOR PIKE'S PEAK" / PROSPECTOR - EAGLE, (McK# GXI-3), aquamarine, smooth base, pint, applied mouth, mint. American, C. 1870, scarce.

 7141

OVERSIZED CONNECTICUT CHESTNUT FLASK

SOLD!

OVERSIZED CHESTNUT BOTTLE, yellow olive, pontil scar, 10"H, applied mouth, mint. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1830.

 7153

MOSTLY YELLOW CONNECTICUT CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, bright olive yellow, pontil scar, 5 3/16"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1830.

 7156

EXCEPTIONALLY CRUDE AND BEAUTIFUL CONNECTICUT CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, grassy olive green, pontil scar, 5 3/4"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1830.

 7162

STODDARD SEEING EYE MASONIC - SLOPING COLLARED TOP

SOLD!

(SIX-POINTED STAR WITH ALL SEEING EYE / "AD" - (SIX POINTED STAR WITH RAISED ARM) / GRJA", (McK# GIV-43), brilliant golden amber, early smooth base, pint, applied sloping collar, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C.1850.

 7145

ATTIC FRESH OLIVE GREEN COVENTRY GII-71 HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-71), olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a shallow tooling mark on the neck. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850, scarce color.

 7098

HALF-PINT GXI-5 PIKE'S PEAK FLASK - MINT!

SOLD!

"FOR PIKE'S PEAK" / PROSPECTOR, (McK# GXI-5), bright, bubbly aquamarine, smooth base, half-pint, applied mouth, mint. American, probably blown in a Midwestern Glass House, C. 1870, scarce.

 7111

THE "BEST" PONTILED WILLINGTON HALF-PINT FLASK

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST, WILLINGTON / CONN" HISTORICAL FLASK, (McK# GII-63), foresty olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared mouth, mint. Blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

 BS3

SPECTACULAR GVIII-3 COVENTRY, CT SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-3), light bright, yellow olive, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 FK1

VERY RARE GOLDEN YELLOW HALF-PINT BALTIMORE FLASK

SOLD!

"BALTIMORE" / ANCHOR / "GLASS WORKS" - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (McK# GXIII-51), bright golden yellow with an olive cast, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD., C. 1850, rare color.

 7030

EXCEPTIONAL PINT SIZED CONNECTICUT PITKIN FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE GERMAN HALF-POST FLASK, bright olive yellow, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 3/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at an early Connecticut Glass House, 1790-1820.

 6872

VERY RARE GII-141 INDIAN SHOOTING BIRD QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE OVER MONUMENT - INDIAN SHOOTING BIRD, (McK# GII-141), aquamarine, smooth base, quart, applied mouth with ring, about mint (scattered exterior scratching). Probably blown at a Pittsburgh Glass House, C. 1870, very rare. Listed as #15 in Group C of McKearin's most desirable flasks.

 6885

SCARCE GII-130 - SPECTACULAR EAGLE!

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-130), aquamarine, smooth base, pint, applied mouth with ring, mint. Probably blown at a Pittsburgh Glass House, Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1870, scarce.

 6886

SCARCE GXIII-3 GIRL ON BICYCLE FLASK

SOLD!

GIRL ON BICYCLE - EAGLE / "A & DHC," (McK# GXIII-3), brilliant aquamarine, smooth base, pint, applied mouth with ring, mint. Blown at the A & DH Chambers Glass House, Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1870, scarce.

 6887

GXIII-14 BALTIMORE SOLDIER - DANCER FLASK

SOLD!

SOLDIER / "BALT, MD" - DANCER, (McK# GXIII-14), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some scattered usage wear. Blown at the Chapman's Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, C. 1860.

 6681

PERFECTLY FORMED OVERSIZED ZANESVILLE PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, golden amber, 24 ribs swirled to the right, pontil scar, 9"H, outwardly folded mouth, an undamaged bottle exhibiting the expected usage wear. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, rare size.

 6987

GX-4 GENERAL TAYLOR - CAPTAIN BRAGG FLASK

SOLD!

"GENL TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS" / CANNON - "A / LITTLE / MORE / GRAPE / CAPT BRAGG" / CLUSTER OF GRAPES, (McK# GX-4), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, C. 1848, scarce.

 6870

RARE GII-6 PITTSBURGH BEADED SIDE EAGLE

SOLD!

EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-6), greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear at the high points. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1825, rare.

 6862

CRISPLY DEFINED GVI-1 BALTIMORE HALF PINT - RARE COLOR!

SOLD!

"A / LITTLE / MORE / GRAPE / CAPT. BRAG" - BALTIMORE MONUMENT, (McK#GVI-1), aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a manufacturer's pontil chip located directly underneath the base of the monument. Blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, C.1830, rare color.

 6867

BEAUTIFULLY WHITTLED GI-73 TAYLOR - BALTIMORE MONUMENT

SOLD!

"GENL TAYLOR" / BUST OF TAYLOR - "FELLS POINT" / MONUMENT / "BALTO", (McK# GI-73), brilliant aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, sparkling attic mint. Blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, C. 1830.

 6852

OLIVE GREEN GII-62 WILLINGTON PINT WITH AMBER STRIATIONS

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST, WILLINGTON / CONN" HISTORICAL FLASKS, (McK# GII-62), clear, bright olive green with amber striations, smooth base, pint, sapplied sloping collar, mint. Blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

 6971

GVIII-10 HALF PINT KEENE SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

"KEEN - P & W" SUNBURST FLASK, (similar to McK# GVIII-10), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (some highpoint wear and a tiny, skin-deep base edge flake). Keene Marlboro, Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 6998

EMERALD GREEN GV-5 RAILROAD FLASK

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-5), light, bright mossy emerald green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a somewhat weakened impression in the upper third as is common to this mold. Blown at the Mount Vernon or Saratoga Mountain Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 6854

GII-70 COVENTRY EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE McK# GII-70), golden olive amber, pint, pontil scars, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with an inconsequential spot of inner lip roughness. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT 1830-1850.

 6467

SUPERLATIVE MULTI-COLORED BELLOWS BOTTLE/FLASK

SOLD!

FREEBLON BELLOWS BOTTLE, clear with white and cranberry loopings, elongated flask form with applied rigaree, feet, neck rings and body decoration, pontil scar, 11 3/8"H, applied double collar, mint. American or English, C. 1860.

 6853

EXTRA BUBBLY GV-9 COVENTRY RAILROAD

SOLD!

HORSE AND CART - EAGLE, (McK# GV-9), golden olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a somewhat weakened mold impression. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

 6856

ORANGE GXIII-35 WESTFORD SHEAF OF WHEAT - UNUSUAL COLOR!

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - "WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GXIII-35), bright, clear orange amber, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, a mint flask with a somewhat weakened impression. Westford Glass Works, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

 6976

BRIGHTLY COLORED ZANESVILLE GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, bright yellow amber, 24 ribs swirled to the right, pontil scar, 8 7/8"H, outwardly folded mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840.

 6873

GII-142 INDIAN SHOOTING BIRD QUART - SUPERB MOLD IMPRESSION!

SOLD!

EAGLE OVER MONUMENT / "CONTINENTAL" - INDIAN SHOOTING BIRD / "CUNNINGHAMS & CO. / PITTSBURGH, PA," (McK# GII-142), brilliant aquamarine, smooth base, quart, applied mouth with ring, mint Blown at the Cunninghams & Co. Glass Works, Pittsburgh PA, C. 1870, scarce.

 6869

GX-1 GOOD GAME FLASK - SUPERIOR EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

STAG / "GOOD / GAME" - WILLOW TREE, (McK# GX-1), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850, scarce.

 6860

SCARCE GII-38 DYOTTVILLE EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - "DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS / PHILADA," (McK# GII-38), deep bluish aquamarine, early smooth base, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, C. 1865, scarce.

 6871

GII-50 HALF PINT STAG FLASK - BEST MOLD IMPRESSION!

SOLD!

EAGLE - "COFFIN & HAY" / "HAMMONTON" / STAG, (McK# GII-50), brilliant greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coffin and Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, NJ, 1836-1847, scarce.

 6863

GII-60 CHARTER OAK HALF PINT FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - "LIBERTY" / OAK TREE, (McK# GII-60), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with some expected wear at the high points. American, 1820-1840, scarce.

 6866

BEST POSSIBLE GII-41 KENSINGTON EAGLE - TREE

SOLD!

EAGLE - TREE, (McK# GII-41), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, sparkling attic mint. Blown at the Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1830-1838.

 6899

GXII-31 UNION CLASPED HANDS HALF PINT - WHITTLED!

SOLD!

CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE, (McK# GXII-31), brilliant aquamarine, smooth base, half-pint, applied mouth with ring, a mint flask in need of a bath in warm, soapy water. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, C. 1865.

 6868

SCARCE GII-46 HALF PINT EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (GII-46), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear at the high points. American, C. 1840, scarce.

 6865

EXTREMELY RARE RIBBED LOUISVILLE GII-32A

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-32A), greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with two inconsequential spots of inner lip edge roughness. Blown at the Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1855, extremely rare.

 6855

OLIVE GREEN GIV-43 STODDARD SEEING EYE MASONIC - RARE COLOR!

SOLD!

SIX-POINTED STAR WITH ALL SEEING EYE / "AD" - (SIX POINTED STAR WITH RAISED ARM) / "GRJA", (McK# GIV-43), pure olive green, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C.1850, very rare color.

 6900

YELLOW GII-93 PITTSBURGH EAGLE FLASK - EXTREMELY RARE COLOR!

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-93), yellow, smooth base, pint, applied mouth with ring, about mint (tiny base edge bruise). Blown at a Pittsburgh Glass House, Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1870, extremely rare color.

 6890

RARE GII-128 MIDWESTERN HALF PINT FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-128), greenish aquamarine, smooth base, half-pint, applied mouth with ring, a mint flask with some light overall interior hazing. American, C. 1870, rare. Listed as #21 in McKearin's Group C of most desirable flasks.

 MK14

TUBE PONTIL GXV-7 GRANITE GLASS CO - STODDARD, NH FLASK

SOLD!

"GRANITE / GLASS / CO - STODDARD / NH", (McK# GXV-7), light, bright golden olive amber, jagged tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, an attic quality example with two inconsequential, pinhead-sized spots of lip edge roughness. Blown at the Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1850-1862.

 6681

FLARED LIP MIDWESTERN PINCH FLASK C. 1830 - RARE FORM!

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN "PINCH" FLASK, strong bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, 6 ½"H, flared mouth, about mint (expected usage wear and a skin deep open bubble at the base edge). Midwestern, probably blown at an Ohio Glass House, 1820-1840, very rare.

 6759

GII-36 LOUISVILLE EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - "LOUISVILLE, KY / GLASS WORKS," (McK# GII-36), aquamarine, smooth base, pint, applied mouth with ring, about mint (light overall interior haze and some minor exterior wear). Blown at the Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1870.

 6779

BEST KNOWN M'CARTY & TORRESON GIX-49 QUART - GREEN!

SOLD!

"M'CARTY & TORRESON / MANUFACTURERS / WELLSBURG, VA" - SUNBURST, (McK# GIX-49), light to medium green, iron pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the M'Carty & Torreson Glass House, Wellsburg, VA, 1845-1850, a rare bottle that is unique in this shade of green.

 6318

VERY RARE 18TH CENTURY ALPINE REGION PATTERN MOLDED GERMAN HALF-POST FLASK - COBALT BLUE!

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, 24 vertical ribs, deep cobalt blue, pontil scar, 5 ¾"H, sheared mouth with applied threaded pewter closure, mint. Blown in the European Alpine Region, C. 1720, very rare.

 6692

8 3/8"H CONNECTICUT CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive green, pontil scar, 8 3/8"H, crudely applied collar, about mint (small, skin deep open bubble just above the base edge). Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1830.

 6766

"THE BEST" GV-1 LANCASTER LOCOMOTIVE FLASK

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / LOCOMOTIVE - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / LOCOMOTIVE, (McK #GV-1), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, NY, C. 1850, scarce.

 6767

EXTRA CRUDE GV-5 RAILROAD FLASK

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-5), deep olive amber, jagged tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with just a whisper of wear the high points. Blown at the Mount Vernon Glass Works, Mount Vernon, NY, C. 1840.

 6765

SUPERB GII-62 WILLINGTON-EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST, WILLINGTON / CONN" HISTORICAL FLASKS, (McK# GII-62), bright yellow green, smooth base, pint, sheared mouth, about mint (pinhead-sized base edge flake and some minor exterior wear). Blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

 6727

ATTIC FRESH GXIII-16 DRAGOON FLASK - HUGE PONTIL!

SOLD!

DRAGOON - HOUND, (McK #GXIII-16), golden amber, huge "doughnut" pontil scar, quart, applied mouth with ring, mint. Blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1840-1860.

 6385

18TH CENTURY VERTICALLY RIBBED PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive green, 30 vertical ribs, pontil scar, 6 3/8"H, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (minor exterior wear and some interior haze). American, probably blown at a 18th century South Jersey Glass House, rare.

 SP68

THE "BEST" GII-68 NEW LONDON FLASK - EX GARDNER!

SOLD!

"NEW LONDON" / ANCHOR / "GLASS WORKS" - EAGLE, (McK# GII-68), bright golden amber, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. New London Glass Works, New London, CT, C. 1870, rare color. Ex. Merritt Vanderbilt Collection, purchased from Charles Gardner in 1956.

 SP66

GIII-19 KEENE QUART DECANTER - EXCEPTIONAL COLOR!

SOLD!

BLOWN THREE MOLD DECANTER, (McK# GIII-19), bright, light forest green, cylindrical, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, an attic quality bottle with a hard-to-find radiating potstone in the shoulder. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH 1820-1840, scarce mold, rare color.

DT1

MOUNT VERNON GV-5 RAILROAD FLASK - BOLD MOLD!

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-5), bright forest/olive green, jagged tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with just a whisper of wear the high points. Blown at the Mount Vernon or Saratoga Mountain Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 SP67

EXTRA-CRUDE GOLDEN AMBER KEENE GIII-16 DECANTER

SOLD!

BLOWN THREE MOLD DECANTER, (McK# GIII-16), golden olive amber, cylindrical, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH 1820-1840. Purchased from Ed and Kathy Gray.

 6442

DEEP OLIVE GREEN GIX-10 IRON PONTIL SCROLL FLASK

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-10A), deep olive green, red iron pontil scar, pint, applied mouth with rind, mint. American, 1840-1860, scarce.

 SP72

LIGHT AND BRIGHT COVENTRY GVIII-3 SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-3), bright, light olive yellow, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a fin of excess glass at the mold seam . Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1850, scarce.

 DG51

BRIGHT MEDIUM GREEN IP GI-47 WASHINGTON QUART - ATTIC MINT

SOLD!

"THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" / BUST OF WASHINGTON , (McK# GI-47), bright medium green, iron pontil scar, quart, applied doughnut-style collar, a mint flask retaining some washable content residue. American, probably blown at the Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, NY, 1845-1855.

 6436

GIII-9 BLUISH AQUAMARINE CORNUCOPIA-URN 1/2 PINT

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-9), bluish aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850, very scarce.

 6448

YELLOW AMBER 24 RIB 1/2 PINT MIDWESTERN FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, bright yellow amber, 24 ribs swirled to the right, 5 ¼"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 6449

GOLDEN YELLOW AMBER 24 VERTICAL RIB MIDWESTERN FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, golden yellow amber, 24 vertical ribs, 4 7/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 6450

GOLDEN YELLOW WITH OLIVE CAST 24 RIB MIDWESTERN FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, bright golden yellow with an olive cast, 24 vertical ribs, 4 1/2"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 6451

GOLDEN AMBER 24 RIB MIDWESTERN POCKET FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, bright golden amber, 24 vertical ribs, 5 1/2"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 6452

GOLDEN AMBER 24 SWIRLED RIB MIDWESTERN POCKET FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, bright yellow amber, 24 ribs swirled to the left, 4 5/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 6337

BARN FOUND NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT FLASK

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, light yellow olive, pontil scar, 5 3/8"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle with some extra glass and silica adhered to one side at the base edge. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 SP73

TOP NOTCH COVENTRY GVIII-16 SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 6426

6 1/2" NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT FLASK - GOOD COLOR!

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, light olive yellow, pontil scar, 6 1/2"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle with several bands of light interior haze. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1820.

6416

GRAPE PUCE HANDLED CHESTNUT FLASK - BEST COLOR!

SOLD!

HANDLED CHESTNUT FLASK, grape puce, flattened chestnut form with applied solid glass handle, pontil scar, 8 ¾"H, applied mouth with ring, mint. American, C. 1850, extremely rare color.

 BL2

WIDEMOUTH GIX-42 HALF-PINT SCROLL - UNIQUE!

SOLD!

EXPANDED MOUTH SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-42), bluish aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, half-pint, sheared tooled and expanded mouth, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1830, unique. Ex. Wayne Ayers and Norman C. Heckler Sr.

 6367

EXTREMELY RARE BLUE GREEN WILLINGTON GII-61 QUART

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-61), brilliant blue green, smooth base, quart, applied double collar, an attic quality flask with an in-manufacture fissure following a string of amber glass across the base. Blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873, rare color.

 6091

RARE GVIII-5 PITKIN SUNBURST FLASK - AS FOUND

 SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-5), moss green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished lip, badly cracked in the lower third. Blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, Manchester, CT, 1815-1830, rare.

6016

UNUSUALLY SMALL 24RIB ZANESVILLE GLOBULAR BOTTLE - RARE SIZE!

SOLD!

I PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, deep amber, 24 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 7 3/8"H, outwardly folded mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected usage wear. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, rare size. Ex. Jack Whistance.

 6304

OLIVE GREEN GII-65 WESTFORD EAGLE

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WESTFORD / GLASS / CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GII-65), deep olive green, early smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, about mint (natural mouth roughness and some exterior wear). Blown at the Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873, comparatively scarce.

 6307

COVENTRY GII-71 EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-71), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint exhibiting some minor wear the high points. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

 SP71

SUPERB GII-28 KEENE DECANTER PICTURED IN LANE/PAPPAS BOOK

SOLD!

BLOWN THREE-MOLD DECANTER, (McK# GII-28), light to medium sea green, square with beveled edges, pontil scar, pint, flared mouth, cracked. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840, scarce. Ex. Roland Sallada Collection and pictured on Plate 5 in "Keene and Stoddard Glass" by Pappas and Lane.

 6264

OVERSIZED NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT FLASK

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive green, pontil scar, 8 ¼"H, crudely applied collar, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1830.

 6284

BEAUTIFUL PINT SIZED PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

 SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, olive green, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 7/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 6335

THE "BEST" OVERSIZED MIDWESTERN PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE

 SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, light, bright golden yellow with an olive cast, 24 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 9"H, outwardly folded mouth, mint. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, rare size and color.

 6310

SUPERIOR MOSS GREEN GV-9 COVENTRY RAILROAD-EAGLE

 SOLD!

HORSE AND CART - EAGLE, (McK# GV-9), clear moss green with an olive tone, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

 SP63

STODDARD MADE GIV-43 MASONIC FLASK

SOLD!

(SIX-POINTED STAR WITH ALL SEEING EYE / "AD" - (SIX POINTED STAR WITH RAISED ARM) / GRJA"", (McK# GIV-43), golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with just a whisper of wear at the high points. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C.1850.

 6286

PATTERN MOLDED CHESTNUT FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERM MOLDED CHESTNUT FLASK, aquamarine, 24 ribs swirled slightly to the left, jagged tubular pontil scar, 10 5/8"H, applied sloping collar, mint. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1840.

 6345

LIGHT OLIVE GREEN GIII-8 CORNUCOPIA-URN

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-8), light olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 6371

18TH CENTURY NEW JERSEY CHESTNUT BOTTLE - UNUSUAL COLOR

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, bright yellow amber with a strong olive cast, tubular pontil scar, 8 3/4"H, crudely applied mouth, a mint bottle with some exterior wear. American, probably blown at a Mid-Atlantic States Glass House, late 18th century, rare color.

 6242

BRIGHTLY COLORED PATTERN MOLDED FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, bright yellow amber, 24 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 5"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Midwestern, 1820-1840.

 6379

SPECTACULAR MOSS GREEN NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT FLASK

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, bright moss green, pontil scar, 5 1/2"H, crudely applied oversized mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 6161

TEAL BLUE GIX-10 SCROLL FLASK - STRONG COLOR!

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-10), medium to deep blue green, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. American, 1840-1860, scarce color.

 6305

SUPERCRUDE GII-106 PITTSBURGH DOUBLE EAGLE

SOLD!

EAGLE / "PITTSBURGH / PA" - EAGLE, (McK# GII-106), bright olive green, smooth base, pint, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1865.

 6240

FOLKY LOCKPORT, NY GXIII-28 DUCK FLASK

SOLD!

"WILL YOU TAKE / A DRINK? / WILL A / (motif of duck) / SWIM?," (McK#GXIII-28), bluish aquamarine, smooth base, pint, applied mouth with ring, about mint (mint exterior wear and dullness). American, probably blown at the Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, NY, C. 1860, scarce.

 6243

BRIGHTLY COLORED GI-107 FISLERVILLE CALABASH - RARE!

SOLD!

"JENNY LIND" / BUST OF JENNY LIND - "FISLERVILLE GLASS WORKS" / GLASS FACTPRY," (McK# GI-107), light to medium yellow green, pontil scar, quart calabash, applied sloping collar, about mint (small shallow base bruise of nominal consequence). Blown at the Fislerville Glass Works, Fislerville, NJ, C. 1860, very rare color.

 6234

RAVENNA OHIO TRAVELER'S COMPANION PINT - BRILLIANT COLOR!

SOLD!

"TRAVELER'S / (eight pointed star) / COMPANION" - "RAVENNA / (eight pointed star) / GLASS CO.," (McK# GXIV-3), golden yellow with an olive tone, pontil scar, pint, crudely applied mouth, a mint flask with some top-of-lip crazing lines. Blown at the Ravenna Glass Co., Ravenna, Ohio, C. 1865.

 6157

18TH CENTURY 24 RIB POCKET FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED POCKET FLASK, deep aquamarine, 22 vertical ribs, deep aquamarine, pontil scar, 4 ½"H, sheared and fire polished mount, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at a Mid-Atlantic States Glass House, late 18th century.

 6159

BLUE GREEN 24 RIB MIDWESTERN FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED POCKET FLASK, medium blue green, 24 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 ¼"H, sheared and fire polished lip, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1815-1840, scarce color.

 6014

UNUSUALLY FORMED 24RIB MIDWESTERN FLASK

SOLD!

ITEM 6014. PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, bluish aquamarine, 24 vertical ribs, flattened ovoid, pontil scar, 7 ¾"H, flared mouth, a mint flask with the expected usage wear. American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1830-1850, rare.

 6297

SEEDY STODDARD, NH GII-83 PINT DOUBLE EAGLE

 SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-83), brilliant olive amber, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, an attic quality flask with two interior open bubbles that retain some contents residue. Probably blown at the Granite Glass Company, Stoddard, NH, 1847-1860.

 6287

MIDWESTERN 24 RIB GLOBULAR BOTTLE

SOLD!

PATTERM MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, aquamarine, 16 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 9"H, applied inverted tapered collar, a mint bottle exhibiting light overall usage wear. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1840.

 6130

25 RIB PATTERN MOLDED MIDWESTERN CHESTNUT BOTTLE

 SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED CHESTNUT FLASK, deep aquamarine, 25 ribs swirled to the right, pontil scar, 8 7/8"H, applied blob-style collar, about mint (spotty interior haze). American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 6165

MIDWESTERN 24 RIB CHESTNUT BOTTLE

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED CHESTNUT FLASK, deep aquamarine, 16 ribs swirled to the right, pontil scar, 8 5/8"H, applied double collar, about mint (tiny base edge potstone bruise). American, probably blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 6241

BOLDLY EMBOSSED GII-40 KENSINGTON EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (GII-40), deep aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a few wisps of light interior haze. Blown at the Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1830-1838.

 6312

BRIGHTLY COLORED GII-79 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-79), clear golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Granite Glass Company, Stoddard, NH, 1847-1860, scarce.

 6225

BRIGHT AMBER GII-106 PITTSBURGH DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

EAGLE / "PITTSBURGH / PA" - EAGLE, (McK# GII-106), bright yellow amber, smooth base, pint, crudely applied mouth, a mint, attic quality flask with numerous crazing lines at the junction of the neck and the applied mouth. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1865.

 6058

BRIGHT FOREST GREEN GII-104 PITTSBURGH DOUBLE EAGLE QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE / "PITTSBURGH / PA" - EAGLE, (McK# GII-104), bright forest green, early smooth base, quart, crudely applied mouth with ring, mint. American, blown at a Pittsburgh Glass House, C. 1865, a scarce, better than normal color for this mold.

 6055

BARN FOUND GIII-16 KEENE BLOWN THREE MOLD DECANTER

SOLD!

"BLOWN THREE MOLD DECANTER, (McK# GIII-16), clear olive green, cylindrical, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint, barn found bottle in need of a bath. Blown at the Keene Glass Works, Keene, NH 1820-1840.

 6199

GOLDEN YELLOW 24 RIB ZANESVILLE GLOBULAR BOTTLE - GREAT SIZE!

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, golden yellow amber, 24 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 7 1/16"H, outwardly folded mouth, mint. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, rare size and color.

 6160

COVENTRY GVIII-16 SUNBURST FLASK - TOP EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear olive yellow, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 6211

BUBBLY MOSS GREEN MOUNT VERNON GV-5 RAILROAD FLASK

 SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-5), light, bright moss green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a somewhat weakened impression in the upper third as is common to this mold. Blown at the Mount Vernon or Saratoga Mountain Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 6126

KEENE GI-31 WASHINGTON - JACKSON FLASK - GREAT EXAMPLE!

 SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON, (McK# GI-31), clear golden amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 6094

18TH CENTURY PITKIN TYPE FLASK - WISTARBURGH?

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive green, 16 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 5/8"H, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some usage wear. American, mid to late 18th century.

 6064

COVENTRY GVIII-3 SUNBURST FLASK - GREAT COLOR!

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-3), light olive yellow, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1850, scarce.

 6127

KEENE GIII-7 CORNUCOPIA - URN FLASK - LIGHT GREEN!

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-7), clear, brilliant green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a pinhead sized spot of lip edge roughness. Blown at the Keene Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, rare color.

 6162

GOLDEN AMBER GIX-10 SCROLL FLASK - BEST EXAMPLE!

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-10), golden orange amber, red iron pontil scar, pint, crudely applied mouth, mint. American, 1840-1860, scarce color.

 6229

SPECTACULAR GII-24 EAGLE FLASK - STRONG COLOR!

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-24), brilliant yellow green, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some wear at the high points. American, 1840-1860, rare color.

 6181

HUGE STRAW YELLOW NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT FLASK

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale straw yellow, pontil scar, 8 3/8"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 6096

YELLOW NEW ENGLAND CHESTNUT FLASK - GREAT SIZE!

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive yellow, pontil scar, 5 ¾"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 6133

STODDARD GIV-43 SEEING EYE MASONIC FLASK - LIGHT COLOR!

SOLD!

(SIX-POINTED STAR WITH ALL SEEING EYE / "AD" - (SIX POINTED STAR WITH RAISED ARM) / GRJA", (McK# GIV-43), brilliant golden amber, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C.1850.

 6164

COFFIN & HAY GII-50 EAGLE - STAG FLASK - SUPERB DETAILING!

SOLD!

EAGLE - "COFFIN & HAY" / "HAMMONTON" / STAG, (McK# GII-50), brilliant greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coffin and Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, NJ, 1836-1847, scarce.

 SP50

RARE 4 3/4" CONNECTICUT PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive yellow, 36 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 4 3/4"H x 3 3/8"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear at the highpoints. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820, an unusually small Pitkin-type flask.

 SP49

RARE SINGLE PATTERN PINT-SIZED NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

 SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, gold, 36 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 5/8"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820

 SP54

NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - LIGHT COLOR!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive green, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 3/8"H x 3 1/2" at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle with a small manufacturer's pontil flake or tool mark. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 6180

5 1/2" CHESTNUT BOTTLE WITH HAND CARVED STOPPER

SOLD!

CHESTNUT BOTTLE, pale olive green, pontil scar, 5 1/2"H, crudely applied mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 6163

KENSINGTON GI-14 FIRECRACKER FLASK - CRISP MOLD!

SOLD!

"GENERAL WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" - "ADAMS & JEFFERSON JULY 4 A.D. 1776" - "E. PLURIBUS UNUM" - EAGLE - "T.W.D.", (McK# GI-14), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, shallow 1/8" inner mouth flake. Blown at the Kensington Glass Works, C. 1826.

 6173

RARE YELLOW GREEN GIX-6 LOUISVILLE SCROLL FLASK

SOLD!

"LOUISVILLE" - "GLASS WORKS" SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-6), light, bright yellow green, iron pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth. Blown at the Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, KY, C. 1855, a scarce flask in a very rare color.

 6081

NEW ENGLAND GIV-5 EAGLE - MASONIC FLASK - TWO POUNDER!

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC (McK# GIV-5), bright yellow green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1815-1830.

 6125

STODDARD GI-114 ADAMS - JEFFERSON FLASK - BOLD MOLD!

SOLD!

ADAMS - JEFFERSON, (McK# GI-114), golden amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New Hampshire Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 6069

SPECTACULAR GI-26 WASHINGTON - EAGLE FLASK

SOLD!

WASHINGTON - EAGLE, (McK# GI-26), rich aquamarine, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850, scarce. Ex. Paul Richards collection.

 BM31

SPECTACULAR STIEGEL 12 DIAMOND FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, bright, light pink amethyst, 12 nip't diamonds, pontil scar, 5 1/8"H, crudely sheared mouth, about mint (some lip edge roughness). Blown at Stiegel's American Flint Glass Manufactory, 1769-1774, rare.

 6065

GX-1 GOOD GAME STAG FLASK

SOLD!

STAG / "GOOD / GAME" - WILLOW TREE, (McK# GX-1), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850, scarce.

 6054

SPECTACULAR NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - CRUDE!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, pale moss green, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 1/8" H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 6057

STODDARD GIV-43 SEEING EYE MASONIC FLASK - MINT!

SOLD!

(SIX-POINTED STAR WITH ALL SEEING EYE / "AD" - (SIX POINTED STAR WITH RAISED ARM) / GRJA", (McK# GIV-43), golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C.1850.

 6042

COVENTRY, CT GVIII-16 SUNBURST FLASK - BOLD MOLD!

SOLD!

"SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 5661

BRIGHT FOREST/MOSS GREEN GVIII-16 SUNBURST HALF-PINT - MINT

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), bright forest or moss green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, an attic-quality flask in perfect condition. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1820-1840.

 6031

UNUSUALLY LARGE 24RIB ZANESVILLE GLOBULAR BOTTLE - RARE SIZE!

SOLD!

ITEM 6031. PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, light, bright yellow amber, 24 ribs swirled to the right, pontil scar, 9 3/8"H, outwardly folded mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected usage wear. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, rare size.

 6016 AND 6031

SUPERB ASSEMBLED PAIR OF 24RIB ZANESVILLE GLOBULAR BOTTLES

SOLD!

These wonderful bottles are not only startlingly different in size and color but also ribbed in different directions.

 6029

GOLDEN AMBER GII-64 WILLINGTON PINT - RARE COLOR!

SOLD!

ITEM 6029. "LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-64), golden amber, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, a mint flask with some horizontal crazing lines in the neck that are a condition of manufacture. Blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873, very scarce to rare color for this mold.

 SP51

SPECTACULAR HALF-PINT NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - RARE PATTERN

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, bright yellow olive, 36 ribs loosely swirled to the right, tubular pontil scar, 5 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a manufacturer's touch mark beside the pontil scar. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1780-1820, a most unusual Pitkin flask.

 SP55

STRIKING NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - GREAT COLOR!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, yellow with an olive tone, swirled to the left, 36 ribs, pontil scar, 5 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, 1790-1820.

 5989

DIMINUTIVE 16 RIB POCKET FLASK OR NURSER WITH ORIGINAL PEWTER CLOSURE

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED NURSER OR POCKET FLASK WITH ORIGINAL PEWTER CLOSURE, pale green, 16 vertical ribs, pontil scar, 5 ¾"H, sheared and fire polished mouth with applied threaded pewter closure, mint. Probably American, possibly late 18th century South Jersey, rare.

 SP56

UNUSUAL 30 RIB NEW JERSEY PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive green, 30 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 ½"H, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a very crudely rendered mouth. American, probably blown at a New Jersey Glass Works, 1760-1800.

 SP53

UNUSUALLY FORMED PINT-SIZED PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, gold, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 SP52

EXTREMELY CRUDE NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, yellow olive, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 5 1/4"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 SP48

WAFFLE PATTERN NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - GREAT COLOR!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear yellow olive, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 6 1/2"H x 4 1/4"W at widest point x 2 ¼"D, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820, scarce pattern.

 5987

VERY RARE GOLDEN AMBER GII-68 NEW LONDON PINT - EX. VANDERBILT, EX. GARDNER

SOLD!

"NEW LONDON" / ANCHOR / "GLASS WORKS" - EAGLE, (McK# GII-68), bright golden amber, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. New London Glass Works, New London, CT, C. 1870, rare color. Ex. Merritt Vanderbilt Collection, purchased from Charles Gardner in 1956.

 SP35

SPECTACULAR COVENTRY, CT GVIII-16 SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 5929

GIV-19 KEENE-MASONIC FLASK - GREAT COLOR!

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KCCNC" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-19), golden yellow amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle retaining some washable content residue. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840, scarce.

 5930

GV-3 KEENE RAILROAD FLASK - BOLD IMPRESSION!

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-3), clear olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected light wear at the highpoints. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 SP36

OLIVE AMBER COVENTRY, CT GVIII-18 SUNBURST HALF-PINT

 SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-18), olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with two-inconsequential spots of lip edge roughness. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830, scarce.

 5889

ZANESVILLE, OHIO 24 RIB GLOBULAR BOTTLE - RARE COLOR!

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED GLOBULAR BOTTLE, yellow with an olive tone, 24 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 8 ½"H, outwardly folded mouth, mint. Midwestern, probably blown at the Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1840, rare color.

 5859

YELLOW NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - BOLDEST IMPRESSION!

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, yellow with an slight olive tone, 36 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 5 3/16"H x 3 3/4"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, 1790-1820.

 5827

SAPRKLING MINT GI-86 LAFAYETTE - LIBERTY CAP - BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "COVENTRY / CT" - LIBERTY CAP / "S & S", (McK# GI-86), bright yellow amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, sparkling perfect. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1825, comparatively scarce.

 5828

EXCEPTIONAL GIV-24 KEENE EAGLE - MASONIC - RARE BRIGHT & BUBBLY FOREST GREEN

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-24), bright, bubbly forest green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint with a tiny, nearly imperceptible potstone blister of no consequence. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840, rare color.

 5791

RARE CLEAR GVIII-28 SUNBURST HALF-PINT

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (GVIII-28), clear, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, two 1/8" lip flakes, one on the top of the mouth and one on the side of the mouth. American, 1820-1840, rare color.

 5313

COVENTRY, CT GVIII-18 SUNBURST HALF-PINT - SHADED OLIVE AMBER

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-18), shaded olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with two-incosequential spots of inner lip edge roughness. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1835, scarce.

 5754

EXTREMELY RARE OLIVE YELLOW GVIII-7 SUNBURST PINT- PITKIN GLASS WORKS

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-7), olive yellow, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some wear at the high points. Blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, Manchester, CT, 1815-1825, extremely rare.

 5755

MINT CLEAR YELLOW OLIVE GVIII-16 SUNBURST HALF-PINT

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 5710

CLEAR OLIVE GREEN GVIII-3 COVENTRY, CT SUNBURST PINT

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-3), clear olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some wear at the high points. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 5790

SUPERB 36 RIBS CT PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - LIGHT OLIVE YELLOW

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, light olive yellow, 36 ribs ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 ½"H, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 5658

COVENTRY, CT GVIII-16 SUNBURST HALF-PINT - CLEAR OLIVE YELLOW

 SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear olive yellow, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting a touch of exterior wear. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1820-1840.

 5707

ATTIC MINT GXV-7 STODDARD, NH GRANITE GLASS CO PINT

 SOLD!

"GRANITE / GLASS / CO - STODDARD / NH", (McK# GXV-7), golden olive amber, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. Blown at the Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1850-1862.

 5753

PALE PINK GI-73 GENERAL TAYLOR - FELLS POINT MONUMENT - BALTIMORE GLASS WORKS

SOLD!

"GEN TAYLOR" / BUST OF TAYLOR - "FELLS POINT" / MONUMENT / "BALTO," (McK# GI-73), pale pink, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with some interior staining in the lower third. Blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1830-1850.

 5659

RARE GX-14 MURDOCK & CASSEL PINT - DEEP GREENISH AQUAMARINE

SOLD!

"MURDOCK / & / CASSEL - ZANESVILLE / OHIO," (McK# GX-14), deep greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished lip, ¼" x 5/8" base edge flake with a faint associated bruise. Murdock and Cassel manufacturers, Zanesville, Ohio, 1830-1837, rare.

 5740

SAPPHIRE BLUE IP GI-104 JENNY LIND CALABASH

SOLD!

"JENY LIND" / BUST OF JENNY LIND - GLASS FACTORY, (McK # GI-104), sapphire blue, calabash, red iron pontil scar, quart, applied blob-style collar, spider crack in body with numerous legs, the longest of which is approximately ½". American, probably blown at the Ravenna Glass Works, Ravenna, Ohio, C. 1855.

 5705

GOLDEN YELLOW AMBER 24 RIB MIDWESTERN PATTERN MOLDED FLASK

SOLD!

PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, golden yellow amber, 24 vertical ribs, pontil scar, 4 3/16", sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected light usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass House, 1820-1840.

 5677

RARE BRILLIANT TURQUOISE BLUE GIV-1A EAGLE - MASONIC PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE / "I P" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-1a), brilliant turquoise blue, pontil scar, pint, tooled mouth, mint. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1815-1830, rare.

5657

EXCEPTIONAL GI-34 WASHINGTON - JACKSON HALF-PINT

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON, (McK# GI-34), light, bright golden amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, an exceptional example of a scarce half-pint flask.

 5551

LIGHT YELLOW OLIVE CT "WAFFLE PATTERN" PITKIN TYPE FLASK - MINT

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, light yellow olive, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, tubular pontil scar, 6 ¾"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820.

 0050

EXCEPTIONAL BRILLIANT ROOT BEER AMBER RIBBED & SWIRLED MIDWESTERN PITKIN-TYPE FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE PATTERN MOLDED FLASK, brilliant root beer amber, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, C. 1830.

 5393

ATTIC GI-24 BRIDGETON, NJ WASHINGTON - TAYLOR PINT

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" - "BRIDGETON NEW JERSEY" / TAYLOR POTRAIT FLASK, (McK# GI-24), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared mouth, an attic quality flask with a shallow in-making pontil chip. Bridgeton Glass Works, Bridgeton, New Jersey, 1836-1855.

 5314

RARE DEEP AQUAMRINE GI-3 WASHINGTON - EAGLE - EX. MEBANE

 SOLD!

"GENERAL WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINTON - EAGLE, (McK# GI-3), deep aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, C. 1820, a rare mold listed by McKearin as #12B in his list of "Most Desirable Flasks." Ex. Bob and Beka Mebane Collection.

 5350

BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER GI-86 LAFAYETTE - LIBERTY CAP - EX. LEBARON

  SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "COVENTRY / CT" - LIBERTY CAP / "S & S", (McK# GI-86), bright yellow amber, pontil scar, half-pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1825, comparatively scarce, ex. Francis LeBaron Collection.

 5321

MINT GVIII-3 SUNBURST - BRIGHT GOLDEN YELLOW WITH AMBER TONES

  SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-3), bright golden yellow with amber tones, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting (very) minor wear at the high points. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 5362

ATTIC GVIII-16 COVENTRY, CT SUNBURST - LIGHT OLIVE YELLOW

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (GVIII-16), light olive yellow, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with an inconsequential radiating potstone in the shoulder that has several 1/64" legs. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 5275

DEEP AQUAMARINE GIX-2 SCROLL FLASK WITH TUBULAR PONTIL SCAR

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK #GIX-2), deep bluish aquamarine, tubular pontil scar scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1840-1860.

 4856

MINT IP GXIV-3 RAVENNA GLASS CO. TRAVELER'S COMPANION

SOLD!

"TRAVELER'S" / Eight Pointed Star / "COMPANION" - "RAVENNA / Eight Pointed Star / "GLASS CO" (McK# GXIV-3), bright golden amber with orange highlights, iron pontil scar, pint, applied mouth with ring, mint. Ravenna Glass Company, Ravenna, Ohio, 1857-1860.

 5354

BRIGHT YELLOW GREEN GV-5 SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD - MINT

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-5), bright yellow green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a weakened impression as is common to this mold. Blown at the Mount Vernon or Saratoga Mountain Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 5344

MINT GV-10 LOWELL RAILROAD - EAGLE HALF PINT

 SOLD!

"LOWELL" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) / "RAILROAD" - EAGLE, (McK# GV-10), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth with some tooling residue, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850, comparatively scarce.

 5293

EXCEPTIONAL GII-71 RINGGOLD - TAYLOR ROUGH & READY

SOLD!

"MAJOR" / BUST OF RINGGOLD / "RINGGOLD" - BUST OF TAYLOR / "ROUGH & READY", (McK# GII-71), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. American, probably blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, C. 1840.

 5218

PALE YELLOW GREEN GVIII-28 SUNBURST FLASK - EX. RICHARDS

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-28), pale yellow green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, scarce. Ex. Paul Richards Collection.

 5168

MINT GII-54 EAGLE - FLAG "FOR OUR COUNTRY" PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - FLAG / "FOR OUR COUNTRY," (McK# GII-54), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting a few freckles of light interior haze. American, probably blown at the Coffin and Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, NJ, 1836-1847.

 5294

ATTIC MINT GVIII-24 SUNBURST HALF-PINT FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-24), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask with an inconsequential pontil flake as is common to this mold. American, probably blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1820-1840.

 5284

SUPERB GII-56 EAGLE - GRAPES HALF-PINT - RARE

SOLD!

EAGLE - GRAPES, (McK# GII-56), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. American, probably blown at the Coffin and Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, NJ, C. 1850, rare.

 5212

MINT GI-96 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN - T W DYOTT QUART - SUPERIOR EXAMPLE

SOLD!

"BENJAMIN FRANKLIN" / BUST OF FRANKLIN - "ERIPUIT COELO FULMEN SCEPTRUMQUE TYRANNIS" - "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" - "T.W. DYOTT, M.D." / BUST OF DYOTT, (McK# GI-96), aquamarine, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, C.1835, scarce.

 4917

BRIGHT OLIVE GREEN GVIII-9 SUNBURST FLASK - MINT

SOLD!

"KEEN" - "P & W" SUNBURST FLASK (McK# GVIII-9), bright olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with several small, skin-deep open bubbles. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 4850

BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER GVIII-9 SUNBURST HALF-PINT

SOLD!

"KEEN" - "P & W" SUNBURST FLASK (McK# GVIII-9), bright yellow amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 5170

BRILLIANT AQUAMARINE HAMMONTON, NJ GII-48 EAGLE - FLAG QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE - "COFFIN & HAY" / FLAG / "HAMMONTON," (McK# GII-48), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, quart, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a flat spot on the side of the lip that was fire polished at the time of manufacture. Coffin and Hay Glass Works, Hammonton, NJ, 1836-1847.

 5166

MINT GIV-34 SAILING SHIP "FRANKLIN - FREE TRADE AND SAILOR'S RIGHTS" - MASONIC

SOLD!

SAILING SHIP / "FRANKLIN / FREE TRADE AND SAILOR'S RIGHTS" - MASONIC / "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" (McK# GIV-34), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1820-1830.

 5163

SUPERIOR GIV-27 NEG CO EAGLE - MASONIC PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE / "NEG / CO" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-27), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled oversized mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some wear at the highpoints. New England Glass Company, Cambridge, MA, C. 1825, comparatively scarce.

 5116

GXV-7 STODDARD, NH GRANITE GLASS CO PINT

SOLD!

"GRANITE / GLASS / CO - STODDARD / NH", (McK# GXV-7), bright golden amber with orange highlights, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar with some manufacturer's roughness, about mint (scattered exterior scuffing and an interior bubble burst in the shoulder). Blown at the Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1850-1862.

 4846

MINT GI-114 ADAMS - JEFFERSON HALF-PINT - BRIGHT YELLOW TOPAZ

SOLD!

ADAMS - JEFFERSON, (McK# GI-114), bright yellow topaz, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 5159

MINT GI-86 LAFAYETTE - LIBERTY CAP - BRIGHT, BUBBLY GOLDEN YELLOW AMBER

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "COVENTRY / CT" - LIBERTY CAP / "S & S", (McK# GI-86), bright, bubbly golden yellow amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1825, comparatively scarce, mint.

 5169

RARE GIV-36 FRIGATE "FRANKLIN" - MASONIC - PALE, VIVID YELLOW GREEN

SOLD!

FRIGATE / "FRANKLIN" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-36), pale but vivid yellow green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at an early Pittsburgh District Glass House, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840, rare.

JF7

RARE GI-55A WASHINGTON - TAYLOR PINT - CLEAR LIGHT GREEN

SOLD!

BUST OF WASHINGTON - BUST OF TAYLOR, (McK# GI-55a), clear light green, pontil scar, pint, applied sloping collar, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. A pontil chip that extends to the base edge is a manufacturer's flaw. Probably blown at the Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1840-1860, a rare mold variation.

 5121

MINT GI-31 WASHINGTON - JACKSON PINT - BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" - BUST OF JACKSON (McK# GI-31), bright yellow amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, very scarce color.

 5044

BRIGHT YELLOW OLIVE GVIII-18 SUNBURST FLASK - EX. RICHARDS

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-18), bright yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor highpoint wear. Probably blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1835, scarce, ex. Paul Richards collection.

 5045

GIV-32 J SHEPARD & CO ZANESVILLE EAGLE - MASONIC - BRIGHT ORANGE AMBER WITH RED HIGHLIGHTS

SOLD!

"ZANESVILLE" / EAGLE / "OHIO / J. SHEPARD & CO" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-32), bright orange amber with red highlights, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear and light interior scratching. White Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1830, scarce color for this mold.

 4658

BRILLIANT YELLOW GREEN GVI-2 SLOOP - MONUMENT - EX. POLLARD

SOLD!

"FELLS" / SLOOP / "POINT" - MONUMENT / "BALTO", (McK# GVI-2), brilliant yellow green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, some exterior wear and, as is typical with this flask, the lettering is weakly embossed. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1840-1860, extremely rare color, ex. Bill and Leah Pollard collection.

 5122

RARE PONTILED STODDARD HALF-PINT FLASK - EX. LANE

SOLD!

STODDARD FLASK, golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some light usage wear. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1840-1860, rare, ex. Lane Collection.

 5119

DEEP GOLDEN AMBER STODDARD "HORSESHOE" HALF-PINT - RARE

SOLD!

STODDARD "HORSESHOE" FLASK, deep golden amber, early smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, a mint flask exhibiting some light usage wear. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1860-1872, rare.

 4816

MINT GII-73 EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-73), golden olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Keene Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 4860

DEEP OLIVE AMBER GII-64 WILLINGTON GLASS WORKS EAGLE

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS / CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-64), deep olive amber, early smooth base, pint, crudely applied mouth, a mint flask with a shallow flake under the collar that is a manufacturer's flaw. Willington Glass Company, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

 4920

GII-105 PITTSBURGH DOUBLE EAGLE - BRIGHT YELLOW GREEN WITH OLIVE TONE

SOLD!

EAGLE / "PITTSBURGH / PA" - EAGLE (McK# GII-105), bright yellow green with an olive tone, smooth base, pint, applied mouth, about mint (shallow 1/16" lip edge flake). Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1860-1870.

 5011

CLEAR BLUE GREEN IP GII-26 DOUBLE EAGLE QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-26), clear blue green, iron pontil scar, quart, sheared crudely sheared mouth, shallow 3/16" top of lip chip. Blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, 1845-1860.

 4769

LIGHT YELLOW AMBER GII-86 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-86), light yellow amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1842-1860.

 4852

MINT GI-121 LADY COLUMBIA - EAGLE "B & W"

SOLD!

EAGLE / "B & W" - LADY COLUMBIA (McK# GI-121), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1830-1850.

 4855

MINT OLIVE GREEN GI-31 WASHINGTON - JACKSON

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" - BUST OF JACKSON (McK# GI-31), olive green, smooth base, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 4919

BRILLIANT AQUAMARINE GIII-16 LANCASTER CORNUCOPIA - URN

SOLD!

"LANCASTER GLASS WORKS" / URN - CORNUCOPIA (McK# GIII-16), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (clean, shallow 1/8" flake on medial rib). Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, NY, C. 1855.

 4777

MINT GIV-41 "UNION" CLASPED HANDS - "H & S" EAGLE HALF-PINT

 SOLD!

"UNION" / CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE - "H & S", (McK# GIV-41), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, applied square collar, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, C.1860.

 4837

DEEP GRASS GREEN IP GII-143 EAGLE CALABASH

SOLD!

EAGLE WITH BANNER CALABASH FLASK (McK# GII-143), deep grass green, iron pontil scar, quart, applied sloping collar, about mint (minor haze and scratching inside neck). American, C. 1860.

 4865

CRUDE GII-79 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE QUART - MINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE (McK# GII-79), golden amber with a strong olive cast, pontil scar, quart, crudely sheared mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1842-1860.

 4864

LIGHT YELLOW GREEN GI-54 WASHINGTON - TAYLOR QUART

SOLD!

WASHINGTON - TAYLOR (McK# GI-54), light yellow green, pontil scar, quart, applied mouth with ring, mint. Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1840-1860.

 4921

MINT GXIII-36 WESTFORD SHEAF OF WHEAT - BRIGHT GOLDEN AMBER

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - "WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GXIII-36), bright golden amber, early smooth base, pint, oversized applied double collar, mint. Westford Glass Works, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

 4859

MINT MATCHED PAIR OF GII-70 COVENTRY DOUBLE EAGLES - FOREST/OLIVE GREEN AND DEEP GOLDEN AMBER

SOLD!

PAIR OF EAGLE - EAGLE FLASKS (McK# GII-70), forest/olive green and deep golden amber, pint scars, sheared and fire polished mouths, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT 1830-1850.

 4811

MINT GII-60 CHARTER OAK - EAGLE - DEEP ROOT BEER AMBER

SOLD!

EAGLE - "LIBERTY" / OAK TREE, (McK# GII-60), deep root beer amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and crudely fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, scarce.

 4779

PALE YELLOW GREEN GIII-7 CORNUCOPIA - URN - MINT

 SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-7), pale yellow green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, rare color.

 4778

MEDIUM TO DEEP EMERALD GREEN GIII-7 CORNUCOPIA - URN

 SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-7), medium to deep emerald green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Keene Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, rare color.

 4763

SUPERIOR GIII-10 CORNUCOPIA - URN

  SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-10), light olive yellow, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 4853

BRIGHT ORANGE AMBER IRON PONTILED GIX-10 SCROLL FLASK

 SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK (McK# GIX-10), bright orange amber, red iron pontil scar, pint, applied mouth, mint. American, 1840-1860.

 4858

MATCHED PAIR OF WESTFORD GLASS CO. SHEAF OF WHEAT PINTS - GXIII-35 AND GXIII-36 - OLIVE GREEN AND BRIGHT GOLDEN AMBER

SOLD!

PAIR OF SHEAF OF WHEAT - "WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN" FLASKS (McK# GXIII-35 and GXIII-36), olive green and bright golden amber, smooth bases, pints, applied mouths, mint. Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

 4851

GII-43 KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS TWD EAGLE - CLEAR WITH FAINT AQUAMARINE CAST

SOLD!

EAGLE / "T.W.D." - "E. PLURIBUS UNUM / ONE OF MANY" - "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" - CORNUCOPIA (McK# GII-43), clear with a faint aquamarine cast, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1830-1838.

 4863

MINT GI-48 WASHINGTON "THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" PINT - APPLIED MOUTH WITH RING

 SOLD!

"THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY"/ BUST OF WASHINGTON (McK# GI-48), clear light green, pontil scar, pint, applied mouth with ring, mint. American, probably blown at the Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, NY, 1843-1860.

 4835

BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER GI-86 LAFAYETTE - LIBERTY CAP

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "COVENTRY / CT" - LIBERTY CAP / "S & S", (McK# GI-86), bright yellow amber, pontil scar, half-pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, an attractive bottle with several shallow top-of-lip flakes and a y-shaped pontil crack that extends into the base rings. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1825, comparatively scarce.

 4743

MINT GV-10 LOWELL RAILROAD HALF-PINT - GOLDEN OLIVE AMBER

SOLD!

"LOWELL" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) / "RAILROAD" - EAGLE, (McK# GV-10), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850, comparatively scarce.

 4774

BRILLIANT AQUAMARINE GII-24 DOUBLE EAGLE PINT

 SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-24), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared mouth, mint. Blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, 1830-1850.

 4750

SHADED OLIVE GREEN GII-73 EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA PINT

 SOLD!

EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-73), shaded olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 4804

STODDARD, NH GXV-7 GRANITE GLASS CO PINT

SOLD!

"GRANITE / GLASS / CO - STODDARD / NH", (McK# GXV-7), bright golden amber with orange highlights, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. Blown at the Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1850-1862.

 4770

GOLDEN OLIVE AMBER GIII-12 CORNUCOPIA - URN

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-12), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting minor wear at the high points. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1830-1850, comparatively scarce.

 4812

BRIGHT GOLDEN YELLOW WITH AMBER TONE GVIII-3 SUNBURST FLASK
 SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-3), bright golden yellow with amber tones, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting (very) minor wear at the high points. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

 4749

CLEAR OLIVE YELLOW 36 RIBS PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - EX. WETTLAUFER

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive yellow, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 5 3/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, 1790-1820, ex. Crawford Wettlaufer Collection.

 4685

GX-16 SUMMER TREE - WINTER TREE - EX. RICHARDS
  SOLD!

SUMMER TREE - WINTER TREE, (McK# GX-16), aquamarine, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, mint. American, 1860-1880, comparatively scarce, ex. Paul Richards Collection.

 4659

GXIV-1 WESTFORD, CT TRAVELER'S COMPANION QUART
  SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - "TRAVELER'S / (EIGHT-POINTED STAR) / COMPANION", (McK# GXIV-1), deep golden amber, smooth base, quart, applied mouth, mint. Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

 4660

GII-65 WESTFORD GLASS COMPANY LIBERTY - EAGLE
    SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WESTFORD / GLASS / CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GII-65), bright olive amber, smooth base, half-pint, applied mouth, a mint flask with two small, shallow flakes that extend under the applied collar - a manufacturer's flaw. Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

 4679

RARE GXIII-28 WILL YOU TAKE A DRINK? - WILL A DUCK SWIM? PINT
  SOLD!

"WILL YOU TAKE / A DRINK? / WILL A / (DUCK) / SWIM?", (McK# GXIII-28), brilliant aquamarine, smooth base, pint, crudely applied mouth, sparkling attic mint. Blown at the Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, NY, C.1870, rare, ex. Alan Spear Collection.

 4705

GI-31 WASHINGTON - JACKSON PINT - GOLDEN OLIVE AMBER
  SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON", (McK# GI-31), golden olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with weakened embossing of the word "Jackson". Blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 4632

ARSENAL GLASS WORKS GXI-15 EAGLE - PROSPECTOR
  SOLD!

EAGLE / "ARSENAL / GLASSWORKS / PITTS PA" - PROSPECTOR (McK# GXI-15), aquamarine, smooth base, pint, applied mouth, about mint (spotty haze and minor exterior wear). Arsenal Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1865-1870, comparatively scarce.

 4634

UNLISTED UNION CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE (SIMILAR TO GXII-17)
  SOLD!

"UNION" / CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE, (unlisted mold, similar to McK# GXII-17), aquamarine, smooth base, pint, applied mouth, about mint (small base edge open bubble). American, C. 1870.

 4037

BLUISH AQUAMARINE GIII-15 LANCASTER CORNUCOPIA - URN
  SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-15), bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with two pinhead sized spots of lip roughness. Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, NY, 1849-1860.

 4136

EXTREMELY RARE PUCE AMETHYST GVI-2 SLOOP - MONUMENT

SOLD!

"FELLS" / SLOOP / "POINT" - MONUMENT / "BALTO", (McK# GVI-2), medium to deep puce amethyst, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared mouth, about mint (1/16" top of lip flake and some light dullness on the MONUMENT side). Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1840-1860, extremely rare color, ex. Bob Mebane collection.

 4633

GXI-37 FOR PIKE'S PEAK PROSPECTOR - EAGLE

SOLD!

"FOR PIKE'S PEAK" / PROSPECTOR - EAGLE, (McK# GXI-37), brilliant aquamarine with subtle olive green striations and numerous milky white streams of bubbles, smooth base, pint, applied mouth, mint. American, C. 1875, comparatively scarce.

 4631

MINT GII-88 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-88), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1842-1860.

 4294

GI-47 "THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" WASHINGTON QUART

SOLD!

"THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" / BUST OF WASHINGTON, (McK# GI-47), clear green, jagged tubular pontil scar, quart, applied donut-style collar, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear and scuffing. American, probably blown at the Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, NY, 1845-1860.

 4636

RARE GXIII-34 MECHANIC GLASS WORKS - SHEAF OF GRAIN QUART

SOLD!

"MECHANIC GLASS WORKS / PHILADA" - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (McK# GXIII-34), aquamarine, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, shallow 3/16" top of lip flake. Mechanic Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1840-1860, rare.

 4264

GV-10 LOWELL RAILROAD - EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

"LOWELL" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) / "RAILROAD" - EAGLE, (McK# GV-10), bright golden amber, tubular pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a shallow manufacturer's pontil flake that does not reach the base edge. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850, comparatively scarce.

 4635

BRIGHT LIME GREEN GII-143 EAGLE CALABASH

SOLD!

EAGLE CALABASH, (McK# GII-143), bright lime green, iron pontil scar, quart, applied sloping collar, about mint (shallow 1/16" lip edge flake). American, 1845-1860.

 4206

SUPERIOR GI-31 WASHINGTON - JACKSON PINT

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON, (McK# GI-31), olive amber, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a nearly perfect flask with a pinhead-sized top of lip flake. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 4145

BRIGHT GOLDEN AMBER GI-114 ADAMS - JEFFERSON HALF-PINT

SOLD!

ADAMS - JEFFERSON, (McK# GI-114), bright golden amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a nearly perfect flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1830-1850.

3943

GII-26 LOUISVILLE DOUBLE EAGLE QUART WITH RARE DOUBLE COLLAR

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-26), brilliant aquamarine, early smooth base, quart, crudely applied double collar, about mint (a shallow 3/8" lip edge flake is the result of a "stone-pop" in the manufacturing process. Probably blown at the Kentucky Glass Works, Louisville, KY., C. 1855, a very rare mouth and base treatment.

 4297

PINE GREEN GVIII-16 SUNBURST HALF-PINT

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear pine green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815 - 1830.

 4148

MINT GX-8A SLOOP - STAR HALF-PINT - BRILLIANT AQUAMARINE

SOLD!

SLOOP - STAR, (McK# GX-8a), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at Joel Bodine & Sons Manufacturers, Bridgeton, NJ, 1840-1860.

 4262

GIV-17 KEENE, NH EAGLE - MASONIC PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KEENE" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-17), forest/olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint, attic-quality flask retaining some content residue. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, scarce color.

 4296

RARE GIV-36 "FRANKLIN" FRIGATE - MASONIC PINT

SOLD!

FRIGATE / "FRANKLIN" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-36), pale yellow green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a somewhat pebbly surface. Blown at an early Pittsburgh District Glass House, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840, rare.

 4258

GII-138 EAGLE FLASK - BRIGHT GOLDEN AMBER

$165

SOLD!

EAGLE FLASK, (McK# GII-138), bright golden amber, smooth base, half-pint, hand tooled double collar, an attic-quality bottle in perfect condition. American, C. 1880, scarce.

 4215

BLUISH AQUAMARINE GII-1 PITTSBURGH DOUBLE EAGLE

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-1), bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (light exterior wear and spotty interior haze). Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840.

3914

DEEP OLIVE AMBER GIV-24 KEENE EAGLE - MASONIC

 SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-24), deep olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (pinhead-sized medial rib flake and some minor wear at the highpoints). Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 4119

SUPERIOR FOREST/OLIVE GREEN GII-61 WILLINGTON "LIBERTY" - EAGLE QUART

 SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-61), forest/ olive green, early smooth base, quart, applied sloping collar, mint. Willington Glass Company, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

 4124

LIGHT TO MEDIUM GREEN GXIII-15 SOLDIER - DAISY CALABASH

 SOLD!

SOLDIER - DAISY, (McK# GXIII-15), light to medium green, calabash, iron pontil scar, quart, applied sloping collar, a mint bottle exhibitjng some minor exterior wear. American, 1845-1860, scarce.

 4123

GXIII-47 SHEAF OF WHEAT - TREE CALABASH - SCARCE GREEN COLOR

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - TREE, (McK# GXIII-47), light to medium green, calabash, tubular pontil scar, quart, applied sloping collar, about mint (small open bubble on the shoulder). American, 1845-1860, scarce color.

 4056

MINT GIV-17 KEENE, NH EAGLE - MASONIC PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KEENE" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-17), bright golden amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with weakened embossing of the word "Keene". Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 4016

MINT GIV-17 KEENE, NH EAGLE - MASONIC

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KEENE" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-17), bright golden amber with olive tones, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a crude, pebbly surface. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

 4074

SUPERB GII-33 LOUISVILLE GLASS WORKS EAGLE

 SOLD!

EAGLE - "LOUISVILLE / KY / GLASSWORKS", (McK# GII-33), brilliant aquamarine, early smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, a mint flask with a pinhead-sized open bubble at the base edge. Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, KY, 1860-1873, comparatively scarce.

3687

SUPERIOR 16 RIB MANTUA, OH PITKIN FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, deep grass green 16 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 15/16"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Midwestern, probably blown at the Mantua Glass Works, Mantua, OH, 1810-1830.

 4024

RARE BLUE GREEN PONTILED PATENT-TYPE FLASK - WILLINGTON GLASS WORKS

 SOLD!

PATENT-TYPE FLASK, light blue green, pontil scar, pint, applied sloping collar, mint. American, probably blown at the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, C. 1850, rare.

 4021

STODDARD, NH PATENT FLASK WITH DOT - SCARCE COLOR

SOLD!

"PATENT" FLASK, deep olive green with amber overtones, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, a mint flask with a shallow 3/16" under-collar flake that is a undoubtedly a manufacturer's flaw. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1860-1872, scarce color.

 4041

BRIGHT FOREST GREEN GIII-11 CORNUCOPIA - URN
 SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-11), bright forest green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting minor exterior wear and the typically pebbly surface of this mold. American, probably blown at the Mount Vernon Glass Works, Mount Vernon, NY, 1830 -1844.

 3673

EXCEPTIONAL GI-71 MAJOR RINGGOLD - ROUGH AND READY - RARE COLOR

SOLD!

"MAJOR RINGGOLD" / BUST OF RINGGOLD - "ROUGH AND READY" / BUST OF TAYLOR, (McK# GI-71), clear with a grayish cast, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, probably blown at the Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1830-1850, a rare color for this mold.

 4042

BRIGHT YELLOW OLIVE GIII-12 CORNUCOPIA - URN

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-12), bright yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting minor exterior wear. American, 1830 -1850, comparatively scarce, purchased from George McKearin in the 1940s.

 4036

GXIII-37 WESTFORD SHEAF OF WHEAT HALF-PINT

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - "WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GXIII-37), golden olive amber, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Westford Glass Works, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

 4039

PRISTINE COVENTRY, CT GIII-4 CORNUCOPIA - URN

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-4), clear olive green with amber tones, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

3901

SUPERB GOLDEN OLIVE AMBER GI-86 LAFAYETTE- LIBERTY CAP

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "COVENTRY / CT" - LIBERTY CAP / "S & S", (McK# GI-86), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (minor exterior wear and two small, shallow base ring flakes). Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1825, comparatively scarce.

 3916

MINT GIII-16 KEENE, NH BLOWN THREE MOLD PINT DECANTER

SOLD!

BLOWN THREE MOLD DECANTER, (McK# GIII-16), yellow amber with an olive cast, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840, ex. Vanderbilt collection.

3944

KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS GIV-34 FREE TRADE AND SAILOR'S RIGHTS SAILING SHIP - MASONIC

SOLD!

SAILING SHIP / "FRANKLIN / FREE TRADE AND SAILOR'S RIGHTS" - MASONIC / "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" (McK# GIV-34), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a shallow manufacturer's pontil chip that extends to the base edge. Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1820-1830.

3908

SUPERB GXIII-17 HORSEMAN - HOUND - RARE BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER WITH OLIVE CAST

SOLD!

HORSEMAN- HOUND, (McK# GXIII-17), bright yellow amber with a distinct olive cast, early smooth base, pint, applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor wear at the highpoints. American, 1860-1875, rare color.

3906

SUPERIOR GIX-45 DEEP AQUAMARINE CORSET-WAISTED SCROLL

SOLD!

CORSET-WAISTED SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-45), deep aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, sparkling mint. American, probably blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass House, 1830-1850, scarce.

3912

BRIGHT OLIVE YELLOW GIV-19 KEENE EAGLE-MASONIC PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE / "KCCNC" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-19), olive yellow, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle retaining some washable content residue. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840, scarce.

3925

GXIII-35 WESTFORD, CT SHEAF OF WHEAT - BRIGHT OLIVE AMBER

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - "WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GXIII-35), bright olive amber, early smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. Westford Glass Works, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

3880

RARE TEAL BLUE PATENT-TYPE FLASK WITH EMBOSSED DOT

SOLD!

PATENT-TYPE FLASK WITH EMBOSSED DOT, teal blue, smooth base, half-pint, crudely applied double collar, sparkling attic mint. American, probably blown at the Lyndeboro Glass Works, South Lyndeboro, NH, 1865-1875, rare.

3879

BLOOD RED AMBER STODDARD HALF-PINT PATENT FLASK

SOLD!

"PATENT" FLASK, blood red amber, early smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, mint. American, probably blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1860-1873.

3837

SUPERIOR GVIII-3 SUNBURST FLASK - LIGHT OLIVE YELLOW

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-3), light olive yellow, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some light wear at the high points. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1850, scarce.

3798

GXIII-36 WESTFORD, CT SHEAF OF WHEAT PINT

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - "WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GXIII-36), bright olive green with an amber tone, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, a mint bottle with some manufacturer's mouth roughness. Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

3688

MINT 20 RIB YELLOW GREEN MIDWESTERN PITKIN

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, bright yellow green, 20 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 6 3/4"H, crudely sheared and fore polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, 1810-1830.

3824

ATTIC GV-1a LANCASTER GLASS WORKS SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD - BRILLIANT AQUAMARINE

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / LOCOMOTIVE - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / LOCOMOTIVE, (McK# GV-1a), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint, attic quality with a tiny (1/16") potstone radiation. Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, NY, 1849-1860.

3756

SUPERB GIII-2 BRILLIANT AQUAMARINE CORNUCOPIA HALF-PINT

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GIII-2), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a shallow manufacturer's pontil flake. Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1820-1840, scarce.

3689

BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER WITH OLIVE CAST 31 RIB MIDWESTERN PITKIN

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, bright yellow amber with an olive cast, 31 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 6 1/2"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (two small body flakes). Blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, 1810-1830, rare color.

3320

SUPERIOR GVIII-9 KEENE, NH P & W SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

"KEEN - P & W" SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-9), bright forest green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask with somewhat weakened embossing and a pinhead-sized spot of lip edge roughness. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840, scarce color for this mold.

3676

SPARKLING MINT GIX-1 TEAL GREEN SCROLL FLASK

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-1), teal green, tubular pontil scar, quart, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1845-1860.

3747

GI-39 WASHINGTON - TAYLOR QUART - LIGHT TO MEDIUM GREEN

SOLD!

"THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "GEN. TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS" / BUST OF TAYLOR, (McK# GI-39), light to medium green, pontil scar, quart, sheared lip, shallow ¼" base edge flake and some minor exterior wear. Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1840-1860.

3596

HALF-PINT STODDARD, NH PATENT FLASK

SOLD!

"PATENT" FLASK, orange amber, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, a mint flask with some light wear and scuffing at the highpoints. Probably blown at a Stoddard Glass House, Stoddard, NH, 1860-1872, scarce.

3674

SUPERIOR GIV-32 ZANESVILLE MASONIC - DEEP RED AMBER

SOLD!

"ZANESVILLE" / EAGLE / "OHIO / J. SHEPARD & CO" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-32), deep red amber with orange highlights, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (small pontil chip and a shallow open bubble on the letter "P" in "SHEPARD"). White Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1830, scarce color for this mold.

3664

SPECTACULAR GVIII-18 COVENTRY SUNBURST

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-18), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Street Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

3670

GVIII-1 SUNBURST "TWO POUNDER" - EX. CHARLES GARDNER COLLECTION

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-2), greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (several pinhead-sized body flakes). American, probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1815-1830, scarce, ex. Charles B. Gardner Collection.

3634

GXIV-2 IP RAVENNA TRAVELER'S COMPANION QUART

SOLD!

"RAVENNA / (MOTIF OF EIGHT-POINTED STAR) / GLASS CO - TRAVELER'S / (MOTIF OF EIGHT-POINTED STAR) / COMPANION", (McK# GXIV-2), bluish aquamarine, iron pontil scar, quart, applied mouth with ring, about mint (pinhead-sized potstone near the mold seam with 1/32" radiations). Ravenna Glass Works, Ravenna, OH, 1857-1864.

3714

GXIII-36 WESTFORD SHEAF OF WHEAT PINT

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - "WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GXIII-36), golden amber, early smooth base, pint, crudely applied mouth, mint. Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

3594

BLUE GREEN GVIII-29 SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (MCK# GVIII-29), blue green, pontil scar, ¾ pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with an inconsequential spot of base edge roughness. American, 1820-1840, comparatively scarce.

3609

BRIGHT OLIVE GREEN GVIII-9 "KEEN" SUNBURST HALF-PINT

SOLD!

"KEEN - P & W" SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-9), bright olive green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with some light wear at the highpoints. Keene Marlboro, Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

3385

MINT COVENTRY GLASS WORKS GIII-7 CORNUCOPIA - URN

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-7), yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

DG43

RARE DEEP CORNFLOWER BLUE GIX-10 SCROLL FLASK

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-10), strong cornflower blue, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (minor lip roughness and some crazing lines at the junction of the neck and shoulder). American, 1840-1860, rare color.

3616

EXCEPTIONAL GXIII-44 ORANGE AMBER SHEAF - STAR CALABASH

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - STAR CALABASH FLASK, (McK# GXIII-44), orange amber, iron pontil scar, quart, crudely applied mouth with ring, mint. Probably blown at the Sheets and Duffy Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1845-1860.

3464

MINT GX-15 SUMMER TREE - WINTER TREE

SOLD!

"SUMMER" / TREE IN FOLIAGE - "WINTER" / BARE TREE WITH BIRD, (McK# GX-15), aquamarine, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. American, 1860-1880.

3143

SUPERIOR GI-73 TAYLOR - FELLS POINT MONUMENT PINT

SOLD!

"GENL TAYLOR" / BUST OF TAYLOR - "FELLS POINT" / MONUMENT / "BALTO", (McK# GI-73), aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, pint, inwardly rolled mouth, a mint flask with a pinhead-sized potstone disturbance. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1830-1850.

3463

EXCEPTIONAL YELLOW TOPAZ GI-114 ADAMS - JEFFERSON

SOLD!

ADAMS - JEFFERSON, (McK# GI-114), yellow topaz, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, sparkling attic mint. American, 1830-1850.

3480

SCARCE GVIII-3 COVENTRY SUNBURST PINT

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-3), bright yellow amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (pinhead-sized spot of lip roughness and a bean-sized open bubble on the shoulder that is onionskin in depth). Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830, scarce.

3432

CRUDE GII-63 WILLINGTON EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS / CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-63), deep olive green, early smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, a mint flask with some manufacturer's mouth crazing. Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

3460

ATTIC MINT GII-88 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-88), olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1842-1860.

3433

BRIGHT FOREST GREEN GII-63 WILLINGTON EAGLE - SPARKLING ATTIC MINT

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS / CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-63), bright forest green, early smooth base, half-pint, sheared mouth, sparkling attic mint. Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873, scarce mouth treatment.

3183

OLIVE GREEN GV-5 SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-5), olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at the Mount Vernon or Saratoga Mountain Glass Works, 1830-1850.

3398

SUPERB GV-10 LOWELL RAILROAD - EAGLE - COVENTRY GLASS WORKS

SOLD!

"LOWELL RAILROAD" / HORSE AND CART - EAGLE, (McK# GV-10), bright golden amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a ¼" flash in the mouth that is a manufacturer's flaw. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850, scarce.

3319

COVENTRY, CT GVIII-16 SUNBURST HALF-PINT

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (GVIII-16), light olive yellow, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (1/16" flake on a ray of the sunburst and some minor highpoint wear). Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1815-1830.

3424

36 RIBS CLEAR OLIVE YELLOW PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - GREAT FORM

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive yellow, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 5 7/16"H, inwardly rolled mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT , 1790-1820.

3410

LIGHT YELLOW GREEN GVIII-2 SUNBURST PINT - MINT

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-2), light yellow green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1815-1830, scarce.

3420

SUPERIOR GIV-32 ZANESVILLE, OHIO EAGLE - MASONIC

SOLD!

"ZANESVILLE" / EAGLE / "OHIO / J. SHEPARD & CO "- MASONIC, (GIV-32), deep aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask with a pinhead-sized spot of base edge roughness. White Glass Works, Zanesville, OH, 1820-1830, scarce.

JF11

MINT GXIII-6 HUNTER - FISHERMAN CALABASH

SOLD!

HUNTER - FISHERMAN, (McK# GXIII-6), aquamarine, calabash, pontil scar, quart, applied double collar, a mint flask exhibiting some exterior wear and scratching. American, 1840-1860.

3384

MINT GIII-2 CORNUCOPIA HALF-PINT WITH SLOPING COLLAR

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GIII-2), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, applied sloping collar, mint. Probably blown at the Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1830-1850, comparatively scarce.

3280

SUPERB GII-24 LOUISVILLE DOUBLE EAGLE PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-24), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared mouth, a mint flask with some minor manufacturer's roughness at the lip and the base edge. Probably blown at the Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, KY, 1820-1840.

3317

PITTSBURGH GII-11 VARIANT EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA

SOLD!

EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-11 variant), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (some highpoint wear and scattered mouth roughness). Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840.

3320

SUPERIOR GVIII-9 KEENE, NH P & W SUNBURST FLASK

SOLD!

"KEEN - P & W" SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-9), bright forest green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask with somewhat weakened embossing. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840, scarce color for this mold.

3357

SUPERB GI-114 ADAMS - JEFFERSON HALF-PINT

SOLD!

ADAMS - JEFFERSON, (McK# GI-114), bright golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

3360

GVI-4 CORN FOR THE WORLD - BALTIMORE MONUMENT

SOLD!

"CORN FOR THE WORLD" / EAR OF CORN - "BALTIMORE" / MONUMENT, (McK# GVI-4), aquamarine, early smooth base, quart, applied double collar, about mint (some scattered exterior wear and a pinhead-sized lip edge flake). Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1860-1880.

3248

RARE GII-56 EAGLE - GRAPES HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - GRAPES, (McK# GII-56), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (two shallow pontil flakes and some light, spotty interior haze or content residue). Probably blown at the Coffin & Hay Manufactory, Hammonton, NJ, 1836-1847, rare.

3247

SPECTACULAR GREEN GXIII-39 BULLTOWN SHEAF - STAR

SOLD!

SHEAF OF WHEAT - SIX-POINTED STAR, (McK# GXIII-39), light to medium green, pontil scar, pint, crudely applied mouth, a mint flask with an area of mold seam roughness at the junction of the neck and shoulder. Bulltown Glass Works, Bulltown, NJ, 1858-1870, scarce.

3201

GOLDEN AMBER GVIII-8 KEENE SUNBURST PINT

SOLD!

"KEEN" / SUNBURST - "P & W" / SUNBURST, (McK# GVIII-8), golden amber, pontil scar, pint, elongated neck with sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (shallow pontil flak and some minor exterior wear). Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

3245

GOLDEN OLIVE AMBER GI-114 ADAMS - JEFFERSON HALF-PINT

SOLD!

ADAMS - JEFFERSON, (McK# GI-114), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear at the high points. Probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1820-1840.

3212

MEDIUM TEAL BLUE GIV-1 HP MASONIC PINT

 $765

SOLD!

EAGLE / "HP" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-1), medium teal blue, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (shallow 1/16" body flake). Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1815-1830.

3156

MINT 36 RIBBED NEW ENGLAND PITKIN FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear yellow olive, 36 ribs swirled to the right, pontil scar, 5 1/8"H x 3 1/2"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1790-1820.

3202

BRIGHT OLIVE AMBER GI-31 WASHINGTON - JACKSON PINT

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON, (McK# GI-31), bright olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (shallow, pinhead-sized top of lip flake). Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

3200

SUPERIOR KEENE GV-3 SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-3), bright golden amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected wear at the highpoints. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

3272

SUPERB GII-86 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-86), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, crudely sheared mouth, a mint flask retaining some content residue. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH 1842-1860.

3213

SUPERIOR GII-65 WESTFORD EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WESTFORD / GLASS / CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GII-65), bright golden amber, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, mint. Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873.

2847

SUPERB GII-63 WILLINGTON EAGLE HALF-PINT - FOREST/OLIVE GREEN

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS / CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-63), clear forest/olive green, early smooth base, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a pinhead spot of lip edge roughness. Willington Glass Company, West Willington, CT, 1860-1872, scarce mouth treatment.

3175

EXCEPTIONAL GREEN GI-40C WASHINGTON - TAYLOR PINT - RARE

SOLD!

"THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "GEN. TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS" / BUST OF TAYLOR, (McK# GI-40c), medium green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with an interior open bubble in the neck. Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1840-1860, rare.

3130

GREEN GI-47 WASHINGTON PORTRAIT FLASK - MINT

SOLD!

"THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" / BUST OF WASHINGTON , (McK# GI-47), medium green, iron pontil scar, quart, applied collar, mint. American, possibly blown at the Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, NY, 1845-1855.

RW10

DEEP ORANGE AMBER GXII-29 UNION CLASPED HANDS HALF-PINT

SOLD!

"UNION" / CLASPED HANDS - EAGLE, (McK# GXII-29), deep orange amber, smooth base, half-pint, applied mouth with ring, about mint (pinhead-sized top of lip flake). Blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, 1865-1880.

3184

SUPERB GV-6 COVENTRY SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-6), golden olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

3019

SMALL NEW ENGLAND PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - 4 7/8"H

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive yellow, 36 ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 4 7/8"H x 3 3/8"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear at the highpoints. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820, an unusually small pitkin-type flask.

2959

SCARCE GII-1 PITTSBURGH DOUBLE EAGLE PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-1), deep bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, lightly cleaned retaining some scattered haze and minor scaling. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840, scarce.

3112

SUPERB GI-28 ALBANY GLASS WORKS - SAILING SHIP PINT

SOLD!

"ALBANY GLASS WORKS" / BUST OF WASHIGTON - "ALBANY / NY" - SAILING SHIP, (McK# GI-28), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, applied sloping collar, mint. Albany Glass Works, Albany, NY, 1847-1850, comparatively scarce.

3132

EXCEPTIONAL GII-106 EMERALD GREEN PITTSBURGH DOUBLE EAGLE QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE / "PITTSBURGH / PA" - EAGLE, (McK# GII-106), emerald green, early smooth base, quart, applied mouth with ring, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, C. 1870.

3110

BRILLIANT CITRON GIX-10 PINT SCROLL FLASK

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-10), brilliant citron, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared mouth, 3/16" lip chip. American, 1840-1860, scarce color.

3129

LIME GREEN PONTILED GI-52 WASHINGTON TAYLOR PINT

SOLD!

BUST OF WASHINGTON - BUST OF TAYLOR, (McK# GI-52), lime green, pontil scar, pint, applied mouth with ring, a mint flask exhibiting some scattered exterior wear and scuffing. American, probably blown at the Dyottville Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1840-1860, a rare color for a Washington - Taylor flask.

3111

EXCEPTIONAL GIX-45 CORSET-WAISTED SCROLL

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-45), deep aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, 1820-1840, scarce.

2956

RARE TEAL GREEN GIII-7 CORNUCOPIA - URN HALF-PINT

SOLD!

CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-7), light teal green, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear at the high points. Probably blown at the Keene-Marlboro Street Glass Works, 1820-1840, rare color.

2752

SUPERB BLUISH AQUAMARINE GII-11 EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-11), bluish aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting the expected high point wear. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, 1820-1840, scarce.

2980

BUBBLY GII-71 COVENTRY EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-71), golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with several bubbles that are open at the surface and onionskin in depth. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

2887

DEEP OLIVE AMBER GI-33 WASHINGTON - JACKSON PINT

SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON, (McK# GI-33), deep olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (one pinhead-sized flake at the lip edge and another at the base edge). Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

2979

SUPERIOR "WAFFLE" PATTERN PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - CLEAR YELLOW OLIVE

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear yellow olive, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, 6 1/8"H x 4 1/4"W at widest point x 2 ¼"D, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1820, scarce pattern.

2922

RARE STRIATED PURPLE AMETHYST PATTERN-MOLDED NURSER

SOLD!

PATTERN-MOLDED NURSER, striated purple amethyst, teardrop-shaped flask, pontil scar, 7 5/82"H x 3 ¾"W at widest point x 2"D, unusually tooled double collar, a mint flask exhibiting the expected usage wear. Possibly American, 1820-1840, rare color and mouth treatment for a nurser.

2852

VERY SCARCE PITTSBURGH GI-10 WASHINGTON - EAGLE PINT - GREENISH AQUAMARINE

SOLD!

"G. WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - EAGLE, (McK# GI-10), greenish aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840, very scarce.

2889

MINT STODDARD, NH GIV-43 SEEING EYE MASONIC PINT

SOLD!

ALL SEEING EYE MASONIC FLASK, (McK# GIV-43), golden olive amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1842-1860.

2871

SUPERB VARIEGATED YELLOW AMBER GXIII-53 BALTIMORE - RESURGAM PINT

SOLD!

"BALTIMORE" / ANCHOR / "GLASS WORKS" - PHOENIX / "RESURGAM", (McK# GXIII-53), variegated yellow amber, smooth base, pint, unusually formed applied double collar, a superb flask with three shallow (3/16") base edge flakes. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1865-1875.

2939

CLEAR YELLOW OLIVE GII-71 COVENTRY, CT DOUBLE EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-71), clear yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (shallow (1/16") lip edge flake). Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850.

2938

SUPERB RED AMBER GII-61 WILLINGTON EAGLE QUART

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-61), deep RED amber shading to orange amber in the shoulders, early smooth base, quart, crudely applied mouth, about mint (small radiating potstone in the shoulder and a shallow stone pop on the "S" in "GLASS"). Willington Glass Company, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873, scarce.

2906

MINT GOLDEN YELLOW PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - GREAT MOUTH

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, golden yellow, 36 ribs and swirled to the right, pontil scar, half-pint (5 11/16"H x 3 5/8"W at widest point), sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some light wear and scratch marks. Probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1830.

2905

SUPERIOR 36 RIBBED PITKIN-TYPE FLASK - CLEAR OLIVE GREEN

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive green, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, half-pint (5 3/8"H x 3 1/2"W at widest point), sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle with a small manufacturer's pontil flake or tool mark. Probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1830.

2885

COVENTRY, CT GV-8 SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD - EAGLE PINT - CLEAR OLIVE GREEN

SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / HORSE AND CART - EAGLE WITH STARS , (McK# GV-8), clear olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a pinhead-sized potstone disturbance. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850, comparatively scarce.

2891

CRUDE GII-87 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE HALF-PINT - MINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-87), olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask with an area of manufacturer's mold roughness. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1842-1860.

BC26

MINT GVIII-29 SUNBURST PINT - BRIGHT TEAL BLUE

SOLD!

SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-29), bright teal blue, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, comparatively scarce.

TG4

SUPERIOR OLIVE GREEN GI-83 LAFAYETTE-MASONIC PINT - VERY RARE

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "T. S." - MASONIC, (McK# GI-83), clear olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C. 1825, very rare, listed in Group One of McKearin's most desirable flasks.

2846

ORANGE AMBER GII-65 WESTFORD, CT LIBERTY EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WESTFORD / GLASS / CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GII-65), clear orange amber, early smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, about mint (a TINY base edge flake has been lightly buffed). Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873, comparatively scarce.

BC21

BRIGHT YELLOW GREEN GXI-50 PIKE'S PEAK PINT - VERY SCARCE

SOLD!

"FOR PIKE'S PEAK" / PROSPECTOR - HUNTER SHOOTING DEER, (McK# GXI-50), bright yellow green, smooth base, pint, crudely applied mouth with ring, about mint (some light exterior wear and a few patches of interior haze or contents residue). American, 1870-1880, very scarce.

2869

SUPERIOR GII-86 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-86), clear golden olive amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1840-1860.

2557

SUPERIOR 36 RIBBED NEW ENGLAND PITKIN - BRIGHT YELLOW OLIVE

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, bright yellow olive, 36 ribs swirled to the right, tubular pontil scar, 5 1/8"H x 3 3/8"W at widest point x 2 1/8"D, crudely sheared mouth, a mint flask with a small (1/8") open surface bubble on the shoulder and some manufacturers mouth crazing. Probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1780-1820, a scarce size for a New England Pitkin-Type flask.

2825

RARE OP STODDARD PINT WHISKEY FLASK - GOLDEN OLIVE AMBER

SOLD!

WHISKEY FLASK, golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (base has been ground so that the flask can stand). Probably blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1842-1860, rare.

2804

GIX-33 IP SCROLL FLASK - DEEP BLUISH AQUAMARINE

SOLD!

SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-33), deep bluish aquamarine, iron pontil scar, half-pint, crudely tooled square collar, about mint (typical lip edge roughness and chipping). American, 1840-1860.

RW8

BRILLIANT SAPPHIRE BLUE GII-24 LOUISVILLE DOUBLE EAGLE PINT - RARE

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-24), brilliant sapphire blue, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor wear at the high points. Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, KY, 1830-1850, rare.

2741

SUPERIOR GII-41 EAGLE - TREE PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - TREE, (McK# GII-41), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (light, spotty interior haze). Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1830-1838.

2719

SUPERIOR GII-45 EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA HALF-PINT - SCARCE

SOLD!

EAGLE - CONUCOPIA, (McK# GII-45), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. American, 1820-1840, scarce.

2722

EXCEPTIONAL PITKIN FLASK - BRIGHT YELLOW OLIVE

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, bright yellow olive, 36 ribs loosely swirled to the right, tubular pontil scar, 5 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a manufacturer's touch mark beside the pontil scar. Probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1780-1820, a most unusual pitkin flask.

2508

MINT GX-18 SUMMER TREE - SUMMER TREE - VERY RARE SMOKY ICE BLUE

SOLD!

SUMMER TREE - SUMMER TREE, (McK# GX-18), smoky ice blue, pontil scar, quart, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. American, C. 1850, very rare color for this flask.

JNH22

OLIVE AMBER FREEBLOWN PINCHED POCKET FLASK OR NURSER- EXTREMELY RARE

SOLD!

FREEBLOWN POCKET FLASK OR NURSER, deep olive amber, pinched teardrop shape, pontil scar, 4 3/16"H, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1830-1860, extremely rare, possible unique.

2747

RARE 4 3/4" CONNECTICUT PITKIN FLASK - MINT - MANCHESTER, CT PROVENANCE

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear olive green, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the left, pontil scar, 4 3/4"H x 3"W at widest point, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. Blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, probably the Pitkin Glass Works, 1780-1830, rare, small size. This flask descended in a Manchester, CT family.

2467

EXCEPTIONAL YELLOW GVI-4 BALTIMORE CORN FOR THE WORLD - IRON PONTILED

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"CORN FOR THE WORLD" / (MOTIF OF EAR OF CORN) - BALTIMORE MONUMENT / "BALTIMORE"", (McK# GVI-4), clear, brilliant yellow with a touch of olive, iron pontil scar, quart, applied double collar, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1840-1860, a rare color for this mold.

2714

BRIGHT YELLOW AMBER GII-72 EAGLE CORNUCOPIA PINT

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EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-72), bright yellow amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

2583

GIV-2 HENRY SCHOOLCRAFT EAGLE - MASONIC - LIGHT TEAL GREEN

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EAGLE / "HS" - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-2), light teal green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (a pair of minor base edge flakes). Probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1815-1830, scarce.

2553

SUPERB GII-61 WILLINGTON EAGLE QUART - DEEP ORANGE AMBER WITH RED

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"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-61), deep orange amber with a strong red cast, smooth base, quart, applied double collar, a mint flask exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1872, a scarce color for this mold.

2554

MINT GII-62 "TURKEY NECK" WILLINGTON EAGLE PINT

SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS, CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-62), clear olive green, smooth base, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with two manufacturing flaws. Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1872, scarce mouth treatment for this flask.

2510

BLUE GREEN GI-47 WASHINGTON "THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" - LOCKPORT

SOLD!

"THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" / BUST OF WASHINGTON, (McK# GI-47), light blue green, iron pontil scar, quart, applied mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting a touch of high point wear. Probably blown at the Lockport Glass Works, Lockport, NY, C. 1850.

2512

RARE GXIII-56 ISABELLA GLASS WORKS ANCHOR - SHEAF OF WHEAT PINT

SOLD!

"ISABELLA" / ANCHOR / "GLASS WORKS" - SHEAF OF WHEAT, (McK# GXIII-56), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Isabella Glass Works, New Brooklyn, NJ, 1850-1860, rare.

2393

GX-8 SLOOP - STAR HALF-PINT

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SLOOP - STAR, (McK# GX-8), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some very minor exterior wear. American, possibly blown at the Joel Bodine & Sons Glass Works, Bridgeton, NJ, C. 1850, comparatively scarce.

2468

COVENTRY GVIII-16 SUNBURST HALF-PINT - CLEAR YELLOW OLIVE

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SUNBURST FLASK, (McK# GVIII-16), clear yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1820-1840.

2471

MINT GII-79 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE QUART

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EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-79), golden olive amber, pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting a touch of highpoint wear). Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1842-1860, scarce.

2477

KEENE GII-72 EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA PINT - SCARCE AQUAMARINE

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EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-72), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (nearly imperceptible 1/8" top of mouth bruise with no appreciable depth). Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, a common mold in a very scarce color.

BK13

GIV-34 FRIGATE - FRANKLIN - FREE TRADE AND SAILORS RIGHTS

SOLD!

FRIGATE / "FRANKLIN" - "FREE TRADE AND SAILORS RIGHTS" - "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" - MASONIC ARCH, (McK# GIV-34), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (freckles of light interior haze in the shoulders). Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1830-1850.

2355

BRILLIANT CLARET WITH AMETHYST TONES GI-20 WASHINGTON- BALTIMORE MONUMENT - RARE COLOR

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"FELLS" / BUST OF WASHINGTON / "POINT" - BALTIMORE MONUMENT / "BALTO.", (McK# GI-20), deep, brilliant claret with strong amethyst tones, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (potstone in shoulder with two ¼" radiations and some minor exterior high-point wear). Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1830-1850, a very rare and very beautiful color for this mold.

2455

VERY RARE MINT GI-89 LAFAYETTE-MASONIC HALF-PINT - EX. RICHARDS

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE - MASONIC, (McK# GI-89), yellow olive, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting some MINOR high point wear. Mount Vernon Glass Works, Mount Vernon, NY, C.1825, very rare, ex. Paul Richards collection.

2452

MINT GIV-43 SEEING EYE MASONIC PINT - STODDARD

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(SIX-POINTED STAR WITH ALL SEEING EYE / "AD" - (SIX POINTED STAR WITH RAISED ARM) / GRJA"", (McK# GIV-43), golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, C.1850.

2395

EXCEPTIONAL GI-34 WASHINGTON-JACKSON HALF-PINT

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"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON, (McK# GI-34), clear golden amber, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (minor mouth roughness). Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, an exceptional example of a scarce half-pint flask.

2407

VERY RARE GIII-7 VARIANT CORNUCOPIA - URN WITH APPLIED COLLAR

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CORNUCOPIA - URN, (McK# GIII-7 variant), forest/olive green, smooth base, half-pint, applied collar, about mint (minor exterior wear and a shallow 1/8" top of lip flake). American, probably blown at the Saratoga Mountain Glass Works, Mount Pleasant, NY, C. 1850, very rare.

2227

SUPERB BALTIMORE GI-20 WASHINGTON "FELLS POINT" - MONUMENT - SCARCE COLOR

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"FELLS" / BUST OF WASHINGTON / "POINT" - MONUMENT / "BALTO", (McK# GI-20), clear with a faint aqua cast in the base, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, about mint (shallow 1/16" base edge flake). Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1820-1840, very scarce color for this mold.

2384

RARE GXIII-7 HUNTER - HOUNDS PONTILED PINT

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HUNTER- HOUNDS, (McK# GXIII-7), brilliant aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, applied double collar, potstone in neck with a series of cooling radiations. American, 1830-1850, rare.

2456

MINT GI-85A LAFAYETTE - LIBERTY CAP PINT - SCARCE

SOLD!

"LAFAYETTE" / BUST OF LAFAYETTE / "COVETRY / C - T" - LIBERTY CAP / "S & S", (McK# GI-85a), golden olive amber, pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, C.1825, scarce.

2424

KEENE GIV-24 EAGLE MASONIC HALF-PINT

SOLD!

EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-24), olive amber, tubular pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint, attic found flaks in need of a thorough washing to remove some contents residue within a large interior bubble located just above the eagle's left wing. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850, scarce.

2428

MINT GII-79 STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE QUART

SOLD!

EAGLE - EAGLE, (McK# GII-79), clear golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a partially open interior bubble in the shoulder. Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1840-1860, scarce.

2416

STODDARD "HORSESHOE" FLASK WITH RARE MOUTH TREATMENT

SOLD!

STODDARD-TYPE "HORSESHOE" FLASK, golden olive amber, early smooth base, half-pint, applied rounded collar, about mint (some minor exterior wear and a shallow manufacturer's flake that extends from beneath the applied collar). Probably blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1860-1873, a scarce flask with a rare mouth treatment.

2339

"HISTORIC" G11-43 KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA

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"E. PLURIBUS UNUM ONE OF MANY" - EAGLE / "T.W.D." - "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA", (McK# GII-43), aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint flask with a shallow manufacturer's pontil flake. Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1820-1840, scarce.

2340

SCARCE GI-94 FRANKLIN - DYOTT PINT - "WHERE LIBERTY DWELLS THERE IS MY COUNTRY"

SOLD!

"BENJAMIN FRANKLIN" / BUST OF FRANKLIN - "WHERE LIBERTY DWELLS THERE IS MY COUNTRY - KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA - T. W. DYOTT, M. D." / BUST OF DYOTT, (McK# GI-94), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (some light scratching on the interior of the flask and minor exterior high-point wear). Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1820-1840, scarce.

2210

GII-36 LOUISVILLE GLASS WORKS EAGLE PINT

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EAGLE / "LOUISVILLE KY / GLASS WORKS", (McK# GII-36), aquamarine, smooth base, ribbed pint, applied mouth with ring, about mint (two shallow 1/16" body flakes). Louisville Glass Works, Louisville, KY, 1865-1875.

BK12

RARE GXIII-56 ISABELLA GLASS WORKS PINT

SOLD!

"ISABELLA" / ANCHOR / "GLASS WORKS" - SHEAF OF GRAIN, (McK# GXIII-56), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor exterior wear. Isabella Glass Works, New Brooklyn, NJ, 1850-1860, rare.

JNH8

EXCEPTIONAL CONNECTICUT PITKIN FLASK - MINT

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, brilliant yellow olive, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, pontil scar, pint (6 3/4"H x 4 1/8"W at widest point), sheared and tooled mouth, mint. Probably blown at a Connecticut Glass Works, 1790-1830.

2324

MINT OLIVE GREEN GIII-4 CORNUCOPIA - URN PINT

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CORNUCOPIA - URN (McK# GIII-4), olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tolled mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-850.

2212

EXCEPTIONAL BRIGHT LEMON YELLOW IP GIX-10 SCROLL FLASK

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SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-10), bright lemon yellow, iron pontil scar, pint, crudely sheared mouth, minor mouth roughness and a shallow 3/8" shoulder flake with two resulting 3/8" surface fissures. American, probably blown at the Lancaster Glass Works, Lancaster, NY, C. 1850, very rare color for a pint sized scroll flask.

2265

DEEP COPPER AMBER GIX-2 SCROLL FLASK - EX. CHARLES GARDNER COLLECTION

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SCROLL FLASK, (McK# GIX-2), deep copper/olive amber, pontil scar, quart, applied mouth with ring, mint. American, 1840-1860, ex. Charles B. Gardner collection.

2242

SUPERIOR GIV-37 EAGLE - MASONIC PINT - MINT

SOLD!

EAGLE / "T W D" - MASONIC ARCH, (McK# GIV-37), aquamarine, pontil scar, pint, sheared and tooled mouth, mint. Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1820-1840.

2229

EXCEPTIONAL GVI-4 CORN FOR THE WORLD QUART - GOLDEN ORANGE AMBER

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"CORN FOR THE WORLD" / EAR OF CORN - MONUMENT / "BALTIMORE", (McK# GVI-4), golden orange amber, smooth base, quart, applied double collar, mint. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, C.1870.

 JB49

SUPER CRUDE GXIII-37 WESTFORD SHEAF HALF-PINT - SCARCE RED AMBER

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SHEAF OF WHEAT - "WESTFORD GLASS CO / WESTFORD / CONN", (McK# GXIII-37), deep red amber with orange highlights, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, a mint but crudely formed and misshapen bottle with an extra glob of glass adhered to the shoulder. Westford Glass Company, Westford, CT, 1860-1873, scarce in this rich shade of red amber.

 TL48

CRUDE GII-63 WILLINGTON LIBERTY-EAGLE HALF-PINT

 SOLD!

"LIBERTY" / EAGLE - "WILLINGTON / GLASS / CO / WEST WILLINGTON / CONN", (McK# GII-63), deep olive green, smooth base, half-pint, applied double collar, about mint (light exterior wear and interior contents residue). Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT, 1860-1873.

2262

RARE SIZED MIDWESTERN 16 RIB PITKIN - CLEAR GREEN

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PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, clear green, ribbed and swirled to the right, 16 ribs, pontil scar, 4 3/4"H x 4"W at widest point, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting the expected usage wear. Blown at a Midwestern Glass Works, 1820-1840, rare size.

2222

RARE STRAWBERRY PINK WHISKEY FLASK

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TWO-PIECE MOLD WHISKEY FLASK, brilliant strawberry pink, smooth base, pint, applied double collar, mint. American, C.1870, rare.

 TM6

ATTIC HALF-PINT MIDWESTERN PITKIN - EX. DOUGLAS COLLECTION

 SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, light green, 32 broken ribs swirled to the left, pontil scar, 5 3/16"H x 3 1/2"W at widest point, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint bottle with a shallow manufacturer's pontil flake. Attributed to the Mantua Glass Works, Mantua, OH, 1822-1829, rare size and rib count, ex. Douglas collection.

2044

PALE OLIVE GREEN PITKIN FLASK - EX. VANDERBILT - MINT

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PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, pale olive green, ribbed and swirled to the left, 36 ribs, tubular pontil scar, 6"H x 3 1/2"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, 1790-1830. Ex. Vanderbilt collection.

2233

SCARCE GI-112 KOSSUTH - US STEAM FRIGATE MISSISSIPPI CALABASH

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"LOUIS KOSSUTH" / BUST OF KOSSUTH - FRIGATE / "U. S. STEAM FRIGATE / MISSISSIPPI - P H DOLFIN / MOULD MAKER / NTH 5. ST 84" (ON BASE), (McK# GI-112), brilliant aquamarine, calabash, pontil scar, quart, oversized mouth, about mint (pinhead sized base edge flask and some faint interior haze). American, 1845-1860, scarce.

2168

GII-81 LETTERED GRANITE GLASS CO DOUBLE EAGLE - STODDARD, NH

 SOLD!

EAGLE / "GRANITE. GLASS. CO" - EAGLE / "STODDARD NH", (McK# GII-81), golden olive amber, jagged tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with some excess glass at the lip edge that is a result of the mouth tooling process. Granite Glass Company, Stoddard, NH, C. 1860.

2166

EXCEPTIONAL GV-5 MOUNT VERNON SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD

 SOLD!

"SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART) - "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-5), bright forest/olive green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle with a pin-head sized potstone disturbance. Mount Vernon Glass Works, Mount Vernon, NY, 1830-1844, scarce in this brighter than normal shade of green.

2145

SUPERB GV-10 LOWELL RAILROAD - EAGLE HALF-PINT

 SOLD!

EAGLE - "LOWELL / RAILROAD" / (MOTIF OF HORSE AND CART), (McK# GV-10), clear olive green, jagged tubular pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with a skin deep manufacturer's fissure extending form the pontil scar. Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, CT, 1830-1850, a scarce flask that is rarely found with such a fine mold impression.

2148

GVI-3 LIBERTY & UNION BALTIMORE FLASK

 SOLD!

"LIBERTY / & / UNION" - "BALTIMORE" / MONUMENT, (McK# GVI-3), aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and tolled mouth, about mint (light exterior wear and some spotty interior haze). Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1840-1860, listed as rare.

2125

YELLOW GREEN GI-114 ADAMS-JEFFERSON HALF-PINT

 SOLD!

ADAMS - JEFFERSON, (McK# GI-114), bright yellow green with an olive tone, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and tooled mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting light wear at the highpoints. Blown at a New England Glass Works, 1830-1850, a rare color for this flask.

 2055

GI-31 WASHINGTON - JACKSON PINT - GOLDEN OLIVE AMBER

 SOLD!

"WASHINGTON" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "JACKSON" / BUST OF JACKSON, (McK# GI-31), golden olive amber, tubular pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting some minor high point wear. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1830-1850.

 RW6

BRIGHT YELLOW GREEN MIDWESTERN PITKIN FLASK

 SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, bright yellow green, ribbed and swirled to the left, 24 ribs, pontil scar, pint (6 1/2"H x 4"W at widest point), sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask exhibiting two minor cooling flaws. Blown at a Mid-Western Glass Works, 1800-1830, scarce form and color.

 JR24

APPLE GREEN GI-73 TAYLOR- FELL'S POINT MONUMENT WITH LONG NECK

 SOLD!

"GENL TAYLOR" / BUST OF TAYLOR - "FELL'S POINT" / MONUMENT / "BALTO", (McK# GI-73), pale apple green with deeper green striations, tubular pontil scar, pint, extended neck with sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting two pinhead-sized spots of lip edge roughness. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1830-1850, scarce mold and rare color.

2171

GI-25 BRIDGETOWN, NJ WASHINGTON - CLASSICAL BUST QUART

 SOLD!

"BRIDGETOWN NEW JERSEY" / BUST OF WASHINGTON - "BRIDGETOWN NEW JERSEY" / CLASSICAL BUST, (McK# GI-25), brilliant aquamarine, tubular pontil scar, quart, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint bottle exhibiting a few freckles of faint interior haze. Bridgeton Glass Works, Bridgeton, NJ, 1836-1855, a common flask that is scarcely found in such fine condition.

2164

SUPERB PAIR OF STODDARD, NH HALF-PINT FLASKS

 SOLD!

PAIR OF TWO-PIECE MOLD NEW ENGLAND FLASKS, golden olive amber and blood amber, smooth bases, half-pints, applied double collars, two "mint" flasks each exhibiting some minor wear at the high points. Probably blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1860-1873.

2184

GI-21 WASHINGTON FELLS POINT - MONUMENT QUART - CLEAR WITH GRAY CAST

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"FELLS" / BUST OF WASHINGTON / "POINT" - BALTIMORE MONUMENT / "BALTO", (McK# GI-21), clear with a gray cast, pontil scar, quart, sheared and tooled mouth, difficult to locate 1 ¼" manufacturer's heat crack in neck. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, 1820-1840, a scarce flask that is only rarely encountered in clear glass.

2185

GXIII-45 HANDLED SHEAF OF WHEAT - STAR CALABASH - GOLDEN AMBER

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SHEAF OF WHEAT - STAR, (McK# GXIII-45), bright golden amber, applied handled calabash, iron pontil scar, quart, applied mouth with ring, a 2 ½" horizontal manufacturer's heat crack behind the lower handle attachment. Probably blown at the Sheets & Duffy Glass Works, Philadelphia, PA, 1845-1860, a common bottle that is scarcely found with an applied handle.

2159

SCARCE KEENE GIV-10 EAGLE MASONIC - SEA GREEN

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EAGLE - MASONIC, (McK# GIV-10), clear sea green, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, a mint flask with some MINOR high point wear. Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, NH, 1815-1830, scarce.

 2080

SUPERB GII-11 EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA HALF-PINT

 SOLD!

EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, (McK# GII-11), deep aquamarine, pontil scar, half-pint, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at an early Pittsburgh District Glass Works, Pittsburgh, PA, 1820-1840, a scarce mold that is rarely encountered in such fine condition.

2172

BRILLIANT SAPPHIRE BLUE WHARTON'S CHESTNUT GROVE POCKET FLASK

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"WHARTON'S / WHISKY / 1850 / CHESTNUT / GROVE", brilliant sapphire blue, tear-drop shaped pocket flask, smooth base, 5 3/8"H x 3"W x 1"D, applied mouth with ring, a "mint" flask with a pinhead-sized potstone disturbance. American, 1860-1870, very scarce.

2147

GVI-4 BALTIMORE CORN FOR THE WORLD QUART

SOLD!

"CORN FOR THE WORLD" / EAR OF CORN - MONUMENT / "BALTIMORE", (McK# GVI-4), brilliant aquamarine, smooth base, quart, applied square collar, mint exhibiting the slightest touch of wear at the high points. Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, MD, C. 1860, comparatively scarce.

2121

CRUDE STODDARD GRANITE GLASS CO - RARE MOUTH TREATMENT

SOLD!

"GRANITE / GLASS / CO - STODDARD / NH", (McK# GV-7), golden olive amber, smooth base, pint, applied blob-style collar, a mint bottle exhibiting some light exterior wear. Granite Glass Company, Stoddard, NH, 1860-1872, rare mouth finish.

 TM5

SUPERB AQUA MIDWESTERN PITKIN - CRISP & BRILLIANT - EX. DOUGLAS COLLECTION

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, brilliant aquamarine, 30 broken ribs swirled to the right, pontil scar, 6 1/4"H x 4 3/4"W at widest point, sheared and tooled mouth, about mint (a pinhead-sized inner lip flake). Blown at a Mid-West American Glass Works, 1820-1840, scarce color, ex. Douglas collection.

 2038

EXCEPTIONAL CONNECTICUT PITKIN FLASK

SOLD!

PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, yellow with an olive tone, swirled to the left, 36 ribs, pontil scar, 5 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W at widest point, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Probably blown at the Pitkin Glass Works, East Hartford, CT, 1790-1830.

 2051

MINT STODDARD GIV-43 SEEING EYE MASONIC PINT

 SOLD!

SIX-POINTED STAR WITH RAISED ARM / "GRJA" - SIX-POINTED STAR WITH ALL SEEING EYE / "AD", (McK# GIV-43), clear golden olive amber, early smooth base, pint, applied sloping collar, mint. Blown at a Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, NH, 1855-1865, very scarce.

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