Other Miscellaneous Bottles

 

 

 

 

 

Bottles for Sale        
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A super crude and early round pontiled bottle, circa 1840-1850

GW494

$125

A late 1800's crude battery jar with pour spout and matching glass lid

TR116

$68

Circa 1890-1900, possibly a shoe polish or flask

FL257

$68

A nice grouping of BIXBY product bottles, all circa 1870-1885

TR45

$48

An early circa 1820-1840 cylinder in deep olive with crude flare lip, priced down because of a lip chip

GW492

$46

An early circa 1820-1840 cylinder with loads of microbubbles, priced down because of a lip chip

GW493

$45

A cylindrical perfume, circa 1885-1890

SH508

$42

Super crude, having a perfect delicate flared lip, circa 1845

Y903

$39

A hand tooled milk glass tooth wash bottle, circa 1890's


TR40

$38

Hand blown bottles with bases marked PATENT, ODOL


TR42

$36

A cylindrical perfume, circa 1890

GA35

$36

Ruby red and peacock blue patterned light globes in stand

GW204

$28

A small OP round bottle with rolled lip, circa 1850

Y466

$25

A sand chip pontiled cologne or perfume, circa 1850

Y541

$24

An open pontiled opalescent cologne or perfume, circa 1850

TR90

$24

An earlier utility dug from a late 1840's privy layer in Philadelphia
Y908
$18

An 8 sided cut glass type cream pot with ornate screw lid

GW288

$18

A circa 1890 deep emerald olive green bottle, pretty
SH514
$18

A deep amethyst example, lovely color, circa 1895

GA36

$17

An 1880's crude household product mostly seen in aqua

SH285

$16

A circa 1910 cobalt shoe dye bottle
SH511
$16

This has a patent date on the bottom of 1886, unusual shape

TR120

$16

A uncommon early variant embossed Berlin Malt Extract

DM417

$16

A circa 1840 heavy glass utility or pill bottle with flared lip and a sand chip pontil

Y910

$15

A circa 1910-1920 milk glass base and top from the National Toilet Company in Tenn.

TR44

$15

Possibly leaded crystal, a heavy cut glass salt with silver top

TR49

$15

A circa 1895 attic found example, original cork
SH323
$12
Dug from a pontil era privy layer in Philly, this widemouth stoneware bottle or jar is in perfect condition, circa 1850-1865

Y467

$12

A small hand blown example, circa 1895

DM465

$12

An unembossed early circa 1840 utility or sauce
CJ7
$12
A green glazed rouge pot from a pontil era privy layer

DM439

$10

A circa 1845 vial with crude plain lip

Y902

$9

A circa 1895-1900 tapered oil bottle
Y115
$9

A circa 1845 aqua bottle with crude rolled lip

Y907

$9

An unusual shaped 12-sided milk glass beauty products bottle

TR43

$8

A circa 1890 attic near mint household bottle
M29
$7

A circa 1885 paneled bottle with tooled ring top
Y324

$7

Circa 1890 hand tooled top
BM25

$4

Recent Sales        
An open pontiled opalescent cologne or perfume, circa 1850

Y543

Sold

A super crude 8-sided glue bottle with crisp mold impression

GW285
Sold

Super crude, having a perfect rolled lip, circa 1850

TR88

Sold

A small open pontiled pill or glue type bottle with crude rolled lip, circa 1850-1865

Y621

Sold

An attic mint blue English bottle, possibly a minature mineral water bottle or medicinal, circa 1890


TR243

Sold

A crude deep cobalt cylinder blown in a 3-part mold, circa 1870

GW481

Sold

An English utility in lovely blue color and rectangular teepee shape, circa 1850-1860

GW490

Sold

A hand blown circular pocket flask in a lovely medium cobalt

SH462

Sold

A cathedral style teal green household utility bottle, circa 1875-1885
BM57

Sold

A gem mint milk glass bottle with beveled edges, circa 1880

MT4

Sold

One of the toughest color variants of this circa 1880 "Nutritive Tonic" by Joseph S. Pederson, New York


TR227

Sold

A circa 1880 "Nutritive Tonic" by Joseph S. Pederson

and sold by Tarrant & Co. New York - peacock blue

DC38

Sold

A circa 1880 "Nutritive Tonic" by Joseph S. Pederson

and sold by Tarrant & Co. New York - 7-Up type green variant

DC39

Sold

A teal green example of this circa 1880 "Nutritive Tonic"

by Joseph S. Pederson and sold by Tarrant & Co. New York

GA20

Sold

A nice lot of 2 different sizes of this 8 sided detergent

product with cathedral panel stylings, circa 1880-1885

SH178

Sold

Unusual true green color variant example (bottle on left in pic), cathedral style, with inverted embossing
SH324
Sold
A circa 1890 deep emerald olive green bottle, pretty
SH196
Sold

A near mint example of this cologne or perfume with

original crown-shaped stopper

TR47

Sold