Jeff and Holly Noordsy

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


ITEM 9974. EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA, clear golden amber, pontil scar, pint, sheared and fire polished mouth with some minor manufacturer's roughness, a mint, "as blown" flask with some minor wear as expected. American, probably blown at the Keene Marlboro Street Glass House, C. 1830.

This beautifully designed flask features one of the finer depictions of the American eagle that can be found on any 19th century bottle. While flasks blown in the GII-72 mold are relatively common it remains a challenge to find a "great one" and that's just what we have here in this brightly colored, paper thin example with strong mold detailing.



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