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PRICE

This is a an uncommon deep green I.P. soda, circa 1850-1855
(ref. no. X1881)

$115

Deep green circa 1855 NJ pony soda
(ref. no. PD13)

$260

This is an uncommon very wide squat, and never seen this in aqua
(ref. no. X1811)

$32

There are many variant Flanagen bottles, and the brown stout is tough to find
(ref. no. X1664)

$230

This is the "star" variant with Dyottville Glass Works on one side
(ref. no. 2433)

$125

There are only a few of these known - great lager shape
(ref. no. PD12)

$425

A scarce Weiss beer variant for this common name
(ref. no. VT14)

$16

This is a tough IP squat in beautiful deep emerald green, near mint condition
(ref. no. DY40)

$195

A rare large sized squat with original bail closure - attic condition
(ref. no. SH34)

$115

This is the scarcer arched embossing type squat, Dyottville Glass Works, beautiful condition
(ref. no. 1981)

$159

A hefty and crude little squat, deepest green - circa 1860
(ref. no. X1669)

$49

Here is a deep cobalt I.P. soda with a tapered top, circa 1850
(ref. no. Z100)

Sold

An uncommon smooth-based Flanagen in deep green
(ref. no. X1750)

$52

A rare Philly name, circa 1870, opalescent glass
(ref. no. X1644)

$20

A beautiful deep emerald green mineral water
(ref. no. L160)

$155

This blob top soda has a bold eagle picture, circa 1875
(ref. no. SH35)

$29

A deep amethyst variant of an uncommon southeast PA hutch soda
(ref. no. X1624)

$15

A deep emerald chunky squat, circa 1855, a tough Philly name, very scarce
(ref. no. 2643)

$1955

A late 1850's Civil War soda, 8-sided, heavy strike
(ref. no. L63)

$235

This is a standard Dyottville Glass Works soda, circa 1870-75
(ref. no. DY20)

$14

A gem mint example with original closure, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH53)

$44

An early circa 1855-1860 smooth-based square from Philly
(ref. no. VC10)

$54

This just missed being pontiled, loaded with seed bubbles
(ref. no. X1523)

$25

The bottle for sale here is on the right in the picture, a lighter very purply shade of cobalt. Splendid condition
(ref. no. L30)

$125

Like the band Deep Purple, this bottle Rocks. The bottle for sale

here is on the left in the picture, a deep deep shade of purple cobalt. Very uncommon color variant.
(ref. no. L28)

Sold

This is an earlier version of this bottle in a deeper green, pontiled
(ref. no. X1726)

$62

A circa 1890 hutch soda, mug-based style, great shape
(ref. no. X1597)

$14

This is an earlier I.P. soda with taper top, nice deep green
(ref. no. X1869)

$35

A rare base-embossed Dyottville Glass Works soda with yellow in glass, circa 1870-75
(ref. no. DY18)

$32

This is a circa 1865-70 squat from the Delaware River town south of Trenton
(ref. no. X1436)

$30

A splendid colored and super crude hammered Saratoga, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. L146)

$145

This is a hefty pontiled blob with a yellow string in the aqua glass, circa 1855
(ref. no. S69)

$69

An 1850's pontiled soda, 8-sided, heavy strike, great shape
(ref. no. E1)

$345

Circa 1855, great pontil
(ref. no. X1666)

$49

No light passes this one, an unusual color variant of this less common Saratoga, circa 1870
(ref. no. L143)

$82

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

$150

This is a nice circa 1865-70 squat from the Philly
(ref. no. X1439)

$25

This is a circa 1875 soda, seldom seen
(ref. no. X1525)

$12

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

$225

A hefty little squat blob, uncommon variant
(ref. no. H21)

$29

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

$175

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

$38

This is the scarcer open block letter Johnston soda, circa 1875
(ref. no. X1529)

$9

A Civil War era slug plate squat
(ref. no. DY26)

$40

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

$14

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

$35

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

$48

A great example with original closure, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH54)

$55

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

$15

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

$160

This light teal color variant is less common, circa 1865
(ref. no. X1521)

$36

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

$190

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

$160

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

$10

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

$39

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

$59

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

$18

A dug pontiled lager style saquat, circa 1855
(ref. no. X1416)

$52

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

$19

This is umbossed and looks like a Union Glass Works color. Dug in a Philly privy in May 2017
(ref. no. X1500)

$29

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

$60

This is the variant with horiziontal embossing, circa 1850
(ref. no. X1720)

$69

This is the variant with arched embossing on both sides, circa 1850
(ref. no. X1721)

$79

This is a smooth based example of the Johnston & Co. soda
(ref. no. X1768)

$35

This is a different variant smooth based example of the Johnston & Co. soda
(ref. no. X1763)

$35

A circa 1870 soda or lager style beer
(ref. no. SH76)

$12

This is a very hefty pontiled squat from New Jersey, circa 1855
(ref. no. M257)

$125

A Civil War blue squat, uncleaned privy find with irridescence
(ref. no. L70)

$97

This is a dug example in uncleaned natural condition, circa 1865
(ref. no. X1553)

$25

A Civil War era Dyottville Glass Works soda in deep green
(ref. no. DY22)

$26

This is a circa 1865-70 squat from the Delaware River town south of Trenton
(ref. no. X1501)

$29

 










 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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