Sodas and Mineral Waters - Page 2






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A very deep midnight blue pontiled blob soda with hints of cornflower
(ref. no. JX9)


Circa 1850, a deep cobalt soda with applied blob top
(ref. no. BS98)


A vibrant purple-hued deep cobalt blue in this circa 1855 soda
(ref. no. GW55)


Circa 1850, a cobalt "no star" variant of this Heiss soda
(ref. no. 2746)


A tough Philly name in the chunky squat variation with nice whittled character, circa 1850
(ref. no. 1975)


A very tough circa 1850-1855 pontiled squat
(ref. no. Y200)


One of many Kirschenmann squats, this one has loads of embossing, great example
(ref. no. 2805)


An uncommon circa 1850-1855 pontiled squat
(ref. no. Y184)


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


This is the very scarce "Not to be Sold" variant
(ref. no. Y37)


A fat, character-filled 8-sided blue pontiled soda, circa 1850 - marked way down because of a crack in the top, doesn't detract
(ref. no. JX6)


Circa 1855, a deep green slug plate squat, the Brown Stout variant
(ref. no. X1945)


A very scarce Philly name, circa 1850-1855, marked down for a base bruise
(ref. no. 2145)


A very nice large mineral water, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. SW1)


A harder to find Philly name, circa 1855
(ref. no. BS96)


An uncommon IP squat in deep green, heavy slug plate
(ref. no. X1655)


A circa 1865 green soda or beer from this PA town on the Susquehanna River
(ref. no. SH95)


An earlier "Never Sold" variant with great whittle character, circa 1860-1865
(ref. no. SH239)


Less than 10 known, maybe less than 5. Circa 1850
(ref. no. 3005)


A short slug plate squat from south-central PA, circa 1855
(ref. no. DC29)


Circa 1850-1855, a hefty pontiled slug plate squat
(ref. no. Y250)


A near mint circa 1855 soda
(ref. no. BS51)


A 'small lettering" earlier variant in a deep green color
(ref. no. X1893)



This is a very nice colored M'Farland in great shape - "Registered According to Law"
(ref. no. Y295)


Circa 1855 iron pontiled Philly soda
(ref. no. X1847)


A near mint example of this classic Philly lager squat, circa 1855
(ref. no. MJ3)


A very nice smooth-based hefty squat with a crude rectangular slug plate, circa 1855-1860
(ref. no. DC32)


A near mint example with original diamond-shaped
(ref. no. DC49)


A crude, bubbly and gem mint Congress & Empire mineral water, circa 1870
(ref. no. L149)


This is an uncommon aqua variant, circa 1855
(ref. no. X1712)


Circa 1855 iron pontiled Philly soda
(ref. no. X1739)


This is one of the many variant Johnston bottles, a pontiled example
(ref. no. X1856)


This is a circa 1865 green blob top soda
(ref. no. X1923)


Circa 1855, a Philly pontil soda
(ref. no. X1862)


Smooth-based Civil War period squat
(ref. no. Y296)


A circa 1865-1870 green Reading squat
(ref. no. DM19)


An uncommon deep green Philly soda, Civil War Era
(ref. no. Y225)


A pretty emerald green pint "Congress Water" with applied double taper top, circa 1870-1875(ref. no. SH240)


Circa 1865, a sloped shoulder mold form in a grass-teal green
(ref. no. Y292)


Circa 1860 small sized squat from Philadelphia
(ref. no. DM122)


An early gravitating top type hutch
(ref. no. SH212)


A nice clean example of this circa 1870 Philly soda
(ref. no. Y4)



Unembossed, but a nice Civil War soda example
(ref. no. Y61)


An attic mint Trenton hutch, circa 1885
(ref. no. SH216)


A nice circa 1870-1975 Jersey soda
(ref. no. NN31)


Circa 1875-1880 taller blob soda with bold embossing
(ref. no. DM336)


Circa 1870-1875 short blob
(ref. no. Y6)


A tall mug-based hutch, circa 1890
(ref. no. X1925)


A narrow split type pony, a circa 1870 soda
(ref. no. DM329)


A circa 1890 hutch soda, mug-based style, great shape
(ref. no. X1598)


A circa 1870-75 Philadelphia soda
(ref. no. DM326)


A circa 1890 mug-based hutch soda
(ref. no. MT26)
A chubby short hutch soda, circa 1890
(ref. no. SH267)

A classic block letter blob soda, pontiled, circa 1855
(ref. no. X1706)



Circa 1850-1855 this is the earlier long neck shape in splendid condition
(ref. no. MJ4)


A tough southeast PA deep green squat, Civil War Era
(ref. no. SH238)


Circa 1850, an uncommon teepee shaped lager, iron pontiled
(ref. no. 2095)


One of several variants of this classic Philadelphia soda and mineral water, dated 1847
(ref. no. 1841)


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