Sodas and Mineral Waters






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An uncommon Jersey hutch soda, circa 1890
(ref. no. M266)


A very scarce pony blob, circa 1855, nice shape, great pontil
(ref. no. L86)


A spendid purplish, rich colored Civil War period squat in great shape
(ref. no. L10)


A pretty iron pontiled pint mineral water, circa 1855
(ref. no. L139)


A chunky fat soda, circa 1875, top condition
(ref. no. L217)


A heavily hammered pint Saratoga type mineral water in deep olive
(ref. no. L138)

An uncommon circa 1855 Philly squat
(ref. no. H208)


A chunky and earlier hutch soda, circa 1885
(ref. no. M267)


A possibly unknown name from Philly, circa 1870, with nice applied top
(ref. no. L223)


A chunky circa 1855 squat in splendid condition
(ref. no. S24)


An 1850's deep cobalt soda from south central PA
(ref. no. S18)


A picture soda with a large harp, a circa 1875-1880 soda in light aqua
(ref. no. S39)


A circa 1865-1970 green squat from southeast PA, great condition
(ref. no. L49)


A crude emerald green example, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. L151)


Here's a near mint Philly green soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. M284)


An earlier stubby hutch, circa 1885
(ref. no. S10)


An superb example of this scarce Lambertville soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. L87)


An attic mint example of this early Lambertville soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. L89)


An uncommon southeast PA pontiled soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. L88)


An uncommon circa 1875 pony soda in great condition
(ref. no. B18)


A Civil War period squat, this is the earlier J.A. variant Seitz in deeper emerald green
(ref. no. L36)


A chunky fat soda, circa 1875, top condition
(ref. no. H85)


An "arched Mineral" variant, circa 1855
(ref. no. B38)


An attic mint chunky soda or short beer with stenciled porcelain stopper, attic mint
(ref. no. V220)


A chubby short soda, circa 1870-1875
(ref. no. H86)


A deep emerald green I.P. soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. S33)


A deepkly whittled, aqua example, circa 1870 (ref. no. B42)


A uncommon variant soda, circa 1875 from Eastern Penna
(ref. no. H21)


White Eagle Bottling and Salivar, circa 1920
(ref. no. X1365)


A deeper colored variant, Civil War period in great shape
(ref. no. L71)


A circa 1870 green soda
(ref. no. H92)


An uncommon Pottsville soda, circa 1870-1875
(ref. no. W73)


A fancy styled blob soda, circa 1885
(ref. no. M265)


A super nice and chunky example in deep steely cobalt blue
(ref. no. L53)


Civil War vintage mineral water, Artesian Spring, New York
(ref. no. V202)


A beautiful example with bold strike and clean, circa 1875
(ref. no. B16)


A chunky little soda, circa 1875
(ref. no. B41)


An 1866 dated smooth-based Civil War era soda, great shape!
(ref. no. S15)


A circa 1870-1875 pony soda with rectangular slug plate
(ref. no. S7)


A scarce monster sized chunky squat in great shape.
(ref. no. B1)


A circa 1875 pony soda in great condition
(ref. no. B17)


Standard Mineral Water, Brinton and Brosius, Philly
(ref. no. W159)


A nice green I.P soda, circa 1855
(ref. no. S8)


From the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and circa 1920 amber coke
(ref. no. X1396)


Circa 1870, a mug based short blob soda from Philadelphia, PA, mint
(ref. no. V205)


A nice picture hutch from Eastern Penna
(ref. no. H25)


A super condition shubby short squat, circa 1875
(ref. no. V204)

A nice Civil War era green soda or lager, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. H109)


A circa 1875-1880 soda with crude applied blob top
(ref. no. H135)


A circa 1855-1860 period blob soda in deep cobalt blue
(ref. no. L61)


A pretty and crude example, Civil War period
(ref. no. L93)


A scarcer variant, short, fat, and heavy. Circa 1875
(ref. no. X1294)


A classic Philly soda in top condition, circa 1855-1860
(ref. no. S38)


A tough southeast PA pontiled soda in pretty cobalt blue
(ref. no. L78)


An attic mint late Civil War era soda with metal hardware intact, circa 1876-1870
(ref. no. W74)


A circa 1995 short hutch
(ref. no. H11)


A chunky circa 1855 squat in teal green
(ref. no. S52)


A pretty colored Civil War period squat in great shape
(ref. no. L11)


This is the "straight" variant of this bottle, circa 1855
(ref. no. L85)


A seedy lighter color variant I.P. soda, circa 1855-1860
(ref. no. S40)


An attic mint example of a circa 1855 pontiled squat
(ref. no. L84)


An 1866 dated smooth-based Civil War era soda
(ref. no. L172X)


A hammered emerald green example, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. H93A)


A black glass variant pint, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. L144)


An emerald green variant, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. L145)


A scarce Jersey hutch soda, crude glass, circa 1885
(ref. no. M268)


A deep aqua squat, circa 1870-1875
(ref. no. L91)


This is the earlier variant with the big "filled T", circa 1855
(ref. no. L80)