Whiskeys, Flasks, Spirits






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A scarce open pontiled anchor . sheaf of wheat flask, circa 1850
(ref. no. PD18)


A fabulous orange amber example - crude!
(ref. no. SH60)


An open pontiled chubby flask from T. W. Dyott, Kensington Glass Works, circa 1845
(ref. no. DY51)


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


McKearin describes as scarce and smooth based, but here is a pontiled version which must be rare
(ref. no. PD17)


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


A pint sized Eagle flask, snap case with shear top, Civil War era, circa 1860-1865
(ref. no. DY57)


A small aromatic schnapps type bottle ,circa 1870, mint - Ginebra Aromatica
(ref. no. C38)


This is a deep olive, super crude and bubbly "narrow" version
(ref. no. DY4)


A light-grabbing pretty example, nice glass character, Civil War to 1870
(ref. no. C17)


A gem mint circa 1875 or earlier chestnut flask with applied loop handle
(ref. no. D6)


A sharp example, rounded debossing variant
(ref. no. X1685)
A sharp example, horizontal debossing variant
(ref. no. X1688)
An earlier Philly mead bottle, quart sized
(ref. no. 1845)
A circa 1865-1870 Philly mead
(ref. no. X1684)
A circa 1865-1870 Philly mead
(ref. no. A18)
A gem example of this classic Civil War era Philly mead
(ref. no. X1401)
A tall mug-based 5th, fancy stylings, circa 1885
(ref. no. X1426)

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A gem mint squat shaped quart, rare type
(ref. no. D9)


A gem mint example with loads of character
(ref. no. C37)


A splendid example of this Pittsburgh variant, hinge mold
(ref. no. L98)


An attic mint exampple, circa 1875-1885
(ref. no. SH31)


An aqua quart in great shape, Pittsburgh, PA
(ref. no. L109)


A deep olive-emerald hued green, attic mint, circa 1860
(ref. no. D22)


An open pontiled quart calabash with crazy bold embossing strike, circa 1850
(ref. no. L133)


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


A deep aqua earlier pint, hinge mold
(ref. no. L103)


A great example of a massive case gin with applied shoulder seal having a bell picture
(ref. no. C22)


A quart sized flask, snap case with fat ring top, Civil War era, circa 1860-1865
(ref. no. DY58)

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An earlier example of this classic whiskey with some whittle character and orange coloration, circa 1880
(ref. no. X1430)


An aqua quart with iron pontiled bottom, circa 1855
(ref. no. L134)


A nice Civil War era small historical flask - gem mint condition
(ref. no. L112)


A crude example with uneven shoulders, flared feet and slightly concave panels
(ref. no. C23)


A nice condition Civil War era historical flask with nice embossing
(ref. no. L116)

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A scarce half pint, circa 1890
(ref. no. H153)


A pretty orange-apricot amber color variant, Civil War to 1870
(ref. no. S51)


A pint sized flask with repaired top, very attractive heavily embossed
(ref. no. DY52)

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A nice condition oval slug plate flask, circa 1890
(ref. no. S54)


This is a stubby whiskey with a crude top, circa 1860
(ref. no. BB5)


An aqua quart, circa 1860
(ref. no. L132)


An attic condition whiskey with nice strike, circa 1885-90
(ref. no. V200)


A fat short type whiskey cylinder, circa 1895
(ref. no. X1431)


This one is a scarcer variant, possibly a McKearin GXI-32, a half pint in top condition
(ref. no. L111)


A nearest mint aqua quart, nice strike
(ref. no. L108)


An interesting small spirits bottle, circa 1890
(ref. no. X823)


An attic mint find, with original labels
(ref. no. EN11)


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


This one is a scarcer variant, a McKearin GXI-22, a pint in nice condition
(ref. no. L113)


An nice swirl neck type square bar whiskey, circa 1885-90
(ref. no. V198)


A gem mint example of this attractive circa 1880 whiskey
(ref. no. X1432)


An aqua quart, circa 1860
(ref. no. L130)

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


A nice condition Civil War ear historical flask with nice embossing
(ref. no. L100)