Whiskeys, Flasks, Spirits, Black Glass, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

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An early circa 1820-1840 pint flask with very bold mold impression
(ref. no. ET35)

$460

Circa 1800-1820 large free-blown chestnut flask that is exceptional because it has a bizarre color gradient, very long neck, and super crude laid on flare top

(ref. no. LA49)

$375
An attic found circa 1850 gin flask with paper label on one side and gold-painted label on the other - open pontiled. A one of a kind bottle.
(ref. no. LA279)

$325

A chunky "T.W.D." pint flask with the vertical ribbing on the sides, having a ship sloop on one side and a left-facing eagle on the other. Circa 1840.
(ref. no. KP12)

$325

A chunky pontiled flask, circa 1840-1860, with portraits of Zachary Taylor and Major Ringgold
(ref. no. KP16)

On Hold

$325

A mint circa 1860-1870 flask with an applied mouth ring, in terrific condition with a bold strike
(ref. no. KP14)

On Hold

$275

A light teal calabash with great impression and robust iron pontil with full residue, gem mint condition
(ref. no. KP6)

$225

Listed as scarce by McKearin, this is a very stout and boldly embossed flask

attributed to the Whitney Glass Works, New Jersey. Open pontiled.
(ref. no. KP10)

$175

A 1700's open pontiled onion, probably Dutch, in a nice deep olive
(ref. no. KP45)

$165

Probably a British sealed rum or wine, circa 1850
(ref. no. FL339)
$150
This small flask was likely produced by the Keene Glass Works. It has an open pontiled base, circa 1825-1835
(ref. no. SH256)
$135
A crude example that has a bulbous side and the tree side is indented. Great strike, open pontiled
(ref. no. KP4)

$132

This pontiled calabash flask has a crisp strike, top condition. A. R. S. stands for A. R. Samuels, Philadelphia
(ref. no. SH145)

$129

A circa 1850 quart, open pontiled, attributed to the Dyottville Glass Works
(ref. no. KP44)

$128

This calabash flask has a monstrous open pontil, circa 1845-1850
(ref. no. SH151)

$115

This is a splendid example with a crisp strike and chunky tubular pontil, from A. R. Samuels, Philadelphia, circa 1845-1850
(ref. no. ET24)

$115

A Civil War pint flask with nice strike, hinge mold base
(ref. no. ET38)

On Hold

$115

Circa 1810-1825 large quart sized gin, crude, with pig nose snout top and a large tubular pontil scar that protrudes
(ref. no. LA9)
$110
This half pint eagle flask is in perfect condition except for a very slight hairline crack in the neck. A super pretty example
(ref. no. KP13)

$110

This is an uncommon applied seal case gin even without the label, but this is a rare attic example with most of the label, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA208)

$99

A Civil War pint flask with nice strike, hinge mold base
(ref. no. KP18)

$99

One of the variants of the Wheat / Tree calabash, with an open pontil, circa 1850
(ref. no. KP5)

On Hold

$97

A large quart Schnapps. possible eroded pontil, crude, circa 1860
(ref. no. SH230)
$96
This calabash flask has some bluish color, smooth based, circa 1855-1860
(ref. no. KP1)

$95

A scarce calabash with a lip chip, iron pontiled and oddly base embossed, circa 1850
(ref. no. KP9)

$94

This is an uncommon 6 5/8" sized mini case gin with a "Pelican" picture label, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA158)

$93

A chunky quart, open pontiled, near mint condition, circa 1850
(ref. no. KP43)

On Hold

$92

A large quart Schnapps in a limey olive green, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH231)
$89
A large quart Schnapps in a lighter lime-olive green, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH232)
$87
A gem condition very large gin with applied seal on one shoulder and bold embossing on one side, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA154)

$86

A gem condition very fat gin with applied shoulder seal and overall crude hammered character, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA257)

$86

A beautiful olive-toned amber quart schnapps bottle
(ref. no. SH229)
$80
A fat pint Schnapps in gem mint condition and a green-olive color, circa 1870-1875
(ref. no. SH302)
$79
A black glass variant with heavy pontil, circa 1850
(ref. no. DY10)

$79

This is an iron pontiled circa 1855 calabash flask
(ref. no. KP3)

$79

A deep olive green early example, circa 1850
(ref. no. FL328)

$78

An earlier Peters picture gin, very crude, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA70)

$78

An uncommon bug sealed gin in an attractive amber-hued deep olive, black glass, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA153)

$75

A gem mint small sized schnapps, circa 1880
(ref. no. LA128)

$70

An open pontiled calabash, circa 1850
(ref. no. KP2)

$69

Late 1700's or early 1800's rum type bottle, waist, giant pontil
(ref. no. FL265)
$68
An uncommon circa 1875 case gin
(ref. no. LA77)

$66

A really nice attic condition Geneva gin, circa 1890
(ref. no. LA268)
$66
A gem mint attic found bottle with 2 full labels, very large size
(ref. no. LA270)
$65
A deep appled green smaller sized Schnapps, mint condition
(ref. no. SH226)
$62
A near mint circa 1890 seasonal pocket flask
(ref. no. KP23)

$59

A gem mint circa 1880 large gin with beveled corners
(ref. no. LA272)
$59
A small size olive green Wolfe's, attic mint, circa 1880
(ref. no. SH227)
$58
Apricot amber multi-toned color variant, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. EK22)

$56

A bubbly example, irregular shoulders, crude, early 1800's
(ref. no. FL371)

$52
A pretty example with nice whittle character, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. DY13)

$52

This is an attic mint emerald green gin bottle, circa 1880
(ref. no. LA79)

$52

A near mint rum or port type quart, early 1800's
(ref. no. FL316)

$52
A circa 1875 amber-olive gin
(ref. no. LA288)
$49
A crude circa 1865-1870 heavy gin variant, great shape
(ref. no. LA149)
$48
A very large gin with applied seal, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA205)

$48

An earlier Philly mead bottle, quart sized
(ref. no. 1845)
$47
An unusual rectangular flask with tiny applied top andpainted on all four sides
(ref. no. DM406)

$45

A bright orange "5" Variant, 3-part mold, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. SH132)

$44

A near mint amber-oilve circa 1875-1880
(ref. no. LA198)
$42
A deep olive green , attic mint, 3-part mold, Civil War Period
(ref. no. SH135)

$42

A circa 1875 deep amber olive case gin in mint condition
(ref. no. LA175)

$42

A circa 1870-1875 black glass gin with heavy hammered crudity in the glass
(ref. no. LA199)

$40

Circa 1875 picture flask, crude
(ref. no. FL531)
$38
A circa 1875 deep olive green case gin in great condition
(ref. no. LA156)

$38

A circa 1875-1885 bright green colored flask with hand finished top
(ref. no. KP59)

$38

A deep amber-hued olive, attic mint, 3-part mold, circa 1860
(ref. no. SH133)

$36

A deep olive green "5" variant, 3-part mold, circa 1865
(ref. no. SH134)

$36

A black glass "5" variant, 3-part mold, circa 1865
(ref. no. Y143)

$36

A scarce larger case gin, circa 1875
(ref. no. LA266)
$35
A circa 1865-1870 amber flask with a crude applied double collar top
(ref. no. SHXX)

$34

A circa 1865-1875 honey colored half pint flask with an applied double collar top
(ref. no. KP25)

$34

This is a splendid mini-sized sample case gin in top condition, circa 1880
(ref. no. LA243)

$29

A really nice attic condition Geneva gin, circa 1880
(ref. no. LA252)
$29
A gem mint hefty gin, crude, circa 1875
(ref. no. LA136)
$28

A circa 1870-1880 honey colored flask with an applied double collar top
(ref. no. KP60)

$26

A gem mint pontiled ale with crude offset shoulders, circa 1840
(ref. no. FL313)

$19
Circa 1880 quart sized gin in gem condition
(ref. no. LA18)
$18
A chunky amber whiskey, circa 1885
(ref. no. NN31A)

$17

A tall, orange hued whiskey cylinder, circa 1885
(ref. no. X1427)

$16

A gem mint hefty gin, crude, circa 1875
(ref. no. LA142)
$16
A circa 1880 half pint pocket flask
(ref. no. DM420)

$9

A circa 1870-1885 small round bottom flask with hand finished ring top
(ref. no. KP24)

Sold

A mint circa 1865-1870 Pike's Peak historical flask in bluish aqua with with crude character
(ref. no. KP15)

Sold

This Civil War era flask has a snap case type mold seam across the base, circa 1860-1865
(ref. no. KP11)

Sold

Circa 1875, lots of character
(ref. no. DM181)

Sold

This uncommon pint eagle flask is in perfect condition, circa 1860
(ref. no. KP17)

Sold

A splendid deep emerald-olive with earlier sharp taper top and crisp beveled corners, mint condition, circa 1850
(ref. no. SH250)

Sold

A yellowish apricot example, sparkling, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. MT34)

Sold