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)


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)
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)


Probably a British sealed rum or wine, circa 1850
(ref. no. FL339)
This pontiled calabash flask has a crisp strike, top condition. A. R. S. stands for A. R. Samuels, Philadelphia
(ref. no. SH145)


You have to see this to appreciate it - extremely hammered and bubbly crude. Pretty light color. Circa 1865
(ref. no. LA152)


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


Circa 1810-1825 large quart sized gin, crude, with pig nose snout top and a large tubular pontil scar that protrudes
(ref. no. LA9)
This is a splendid example with a crisp strike and chunky tubular pontil, from A. R. Samuels, Philadelphia, circa 1845-1850
(ref. no. ET24)


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)


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

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This just missed being pontiled, looks like a very early Nolet, circa 1860
(ref. no. LA151)


A large quart Schnapps. possible eroded pontil, crude, circa 1860
(ref. no. SH230)
A gem condition very large gin with applied seal on one shoulder and bold embossing on one side, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA154)


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


An attic find of an uncommon case gin with full label with "Seahorse" picture, circa 1880
(ref. no. LA262)
Circa 1810-1825 pint-sized gin, crude, with pig nose snout top and a large tubular pontil scar
(ref. no. GW60)
A beautiful olive-toned amber quart schnapps bottle
(ref. no. SH229)
A large quart Schnapps in a limey olive green, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH231)
A large quart Schnapps in a lighter lime-olive green, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH232)
An uncommon bug sealed gin in an attractive amber-hued deep olive, black glass, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA153)


A ctron yellow 2-part mold version, pontiled, circa 1850
(ref. no. DY7)


A black glass variant with heavy pontil, circa 1850
(ref. no. DY10)


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


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


A gem mint attic found bottle with 2 full labels, very large size
(ref. no. LA270)
An interesting colored variant, small sized and crude, circa 1865
(ref. no. LA126)


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


A ctron-toned yellow honey colored 3-part mold version, Civil War era
(ref. no. DY14)


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


A heavily hammered character gin with flag and wreath picture, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA185)


A deep appled green smaller sized Schnapps, mint condition
(ref. no. SH226)
An unusual rectangular flask with tiny applied top andpainted on all four sides
(ref. no. DM406)


Possibly a port or wine, this fat squatty mallet has a great pontil
(ref. no. FL372)
A small size olive green Wolfe's, attic mint, circa 1880
(ref. no. SH227)
A gem mint circa 1880 large gin with beveled corners
(ref. no. LA272)
A pretty orange-apricot amber color variant, Civil War to 1870
(ref. no. S51)


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

A pretty deep emerald-olive case gin
(ref. no. LA75)


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

Apricot amber multi-toned color variant, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. EK22)


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


A very large gin with applied seal, circa 1870
(ref. no. LA205)


A circa 1875 crude case gin
(ref. no. LA286)


A mint orange amber "5" variant, 3-part mold, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. SH136)


An earlier Philly mead bottle, quart sized
(ref. no. 1845)
Circa 1875 picture flask, crude
(ref. no. FL531)
A circa 1875 deep amber olive case gin in mint condition
(ref. no. LA175)


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


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


A circa 1875 deep olive green case gin in great condition
(ref. no. LA156)


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


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


Circa 1890 figural liquor, orange with leaves
(ref. no. FL543X)
A black glass "5" variant, 3-part mold, circa 1865
(ref. no. Y143)


A very pleasing color, small and crude, circa 1860-1865
(ref. no. LA90)


A scarce larger case gin, circa 1875
(ref. no. LA266)
An earlier example of this classic whiskey with some whittle character and orange coloration, circa 1880
(ref. no. X1430)


Circa 1880 quart sized gin in gem condition
(ref. no. LA18)
A chubby quart, open pontiled, from Philadelphia, Circa 1850
(ref. no. ET30)


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

A chunky amber whiskey, circa 1885
(ref. no. NN31A)


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


A circa 1880 half pint pocket flask
(ref. no. DM420)


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


Two unembossed examples, sold as a lot, circa 1885
(ref. no. JS27)


A circa 1845 rum or port hefty type squat, probably for rum or port
(ref. no. FL370)


A splashy yellow-honey colored cylinder with heavy whittle character, circa 1860-1865
(ref. no. JS26)


Late 1700's or early 1800's rum type bottle, giant pontil
(ref. no. FL11)