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A gem mint circa 1870 ink with applied pour spout top and front and back labels
(ref. no. BS79)

On Hold

$125

A gem mint circa 1870-1875 ink with applied taper top
(ref. no. BS78)

On Hold

$116

A super crude, hammmered and very heavy ink with applied and tooled top
(ref. no. FL305)

$112

Either the top was beveled for hardware or this was cut down. Nevertheless, a rare color ink, greenish yellow amber
(ref. no. FL590)
$98
A beautiful ink with heavy hammered crudity, 3-part mold, circa 1850
(ref. no. X1702)
$68
A large quart sized 3-part mold, crude embossing, circa 1870-1875
(ref. no. BS119)

$64

A lovely set of 2 color variants of this 1880's ink(ref. no. FL170633)
$64
A deep cobalt master ink (ref. no. EK10)

$58

All hand blown, 19th Century
(ref. no. M164)

$48

An uncommon color variant
(ref. no. FL413)

$46

A small oval basket figura with blue ink residue, circa 1855
(ref. no. FL570)
$44
Attic Mint Irregular Mint, Circa 1865
(ref. no. X1022)

$42

A mint condition 6-sided flat back style poison
(ref. no. BS54)

$40

This poison insecticide is heavily embossed
(ref. no. DM235)

$39

A crude spool ink in deep teal green color, circa 1880
(ref. no. FL126)

$39

An earlier smooth-based but crude ink in black amethyst
(ref. no. FL543)
$39
An unembossed teakettle with 12-sided hump
(ref. no. FL181)
$39
A crude 1850 era ink with rolled lip
(ref. no. FL384)
$36
A 1866 patent date on is the dome of this fresh mold example - super crude attic bottle
(ref. no. FL598)
$32
A 1870 vintage shear top 10-sided ink. The color is aqua with dark blue ink residue - attic bottle
(ref. no. FL110)
$32

A deep green 6-sided flat back style poison
(ref. no. BS63)

$30

A perfect attic mint example of this circa 1905 master ink (ref. no. K35)

$29

A hand blown ink with most of the front and back labels, attic find
(ref. no. FL132)

$29

This poison has a picture of a bug being pierced by a pin, circa 1885
(ref. no. DM234)

$26

A large sized example in mint condition
(ref. no. BS64)

$26

A circa 1880 mint poison
(ref. no. NN22)

$26

Circa 1855, this green ink has some lip damage, but nice example
(ref. no. A26)

$25

Just missed pontiled, nice earlier small ink
(ref. no. A32)

$23

A circa 1885 poison
(ref. no.SH47)

$23

A circa 1890 gem mint poison
(ref. no. NN23)

$19

An attractive chocolate colored ink, very chunky with crude glazing
(ref. no. FL495)
$19
A near mint example with brass lid
(ref. no. FL428)
$19
A circa 1880 mint poison
(ref. no.SH48)

$18

A nice spool ink with natural patina and a lot of character, circa 1885
(ref. no. FL415)

$17

A circa 1885 master ink, vertically embossed, applied top
(ref. no. DM209)

$17

A circa 1890 nice colored poison
(ref. no. NN19)

$17

A gem mint example, hand tooled top, circa 1890
(ref. no. BS105)

$16

Dug in a Philly privy, crude
(ref. no. A28)

$15

A circa 1885 poison
(ref. no.SH59)

$15

A mint condition poison, hexagonal
(ref. no. BS58)

$14

A small ink with beveled shoulders
(ref. no. FL588)
$13

This long neck cylinder poison is circa 1880
(ref. no. DM236)

$12

A circa 1885 small master ink, with pour spout
(ref. no. DM208)

$11

A nice beige spotted cylinder ink, circa 1870
(ref. no. X1256)

$10

A circa 1910 mint poison
(ref. no. NN20)

$9

An 1890 vintage square ink(ref. no. FL421)
$8
A pretty circa 1885 ink
(ref. no. X1254)

$5

A circa 1880 crude master ink
(ref. no. FL187)

Sold

$24

A beautiful ink in light orange that grabs the light, applied top, circa 1885-90
(ref. no. X1202)

Sold

$19

A circa 1880 master ink
(ref. no. NN20X)

Sold

$16

An electric orange color, hand blown
(ref. no. FL124)

Sold

$15

A scarce color variant, very hard to find
(ref. no. FL111)

Sold

$195