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


TR227

$99

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

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

DC38

$80

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

TR116

$78

Circa 1890-1900, possibly a shoe polish or flask

FL257

$75

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

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

DC39

$62

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

TR45

$48

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

Super crude, having a perfect rolled lip, circa 1850

TR88

$30

Ruby red and peacock blue patterned light globes in stand

GW204

$28

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

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

GA20

$25

An open pontiled opalescent cologne or perfume, circa 1850

Y543

On Hold

$25

A small OP round bottle with rolled lip, circa 1850

Y466

$25

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

GW285

$24

A sand chip pontiled cologne or perfume, circa 1850

Y541

$24

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

GW288

$18

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


TR243

$18

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

MT4

$18

A deep amethyst example, lovely color, circa 1895

GA36

$17

An 1880's crude household product mostly seen in aqua

SH285

$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 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

A green glazed rouge pot from a pontil era privy layer

DM439

$10

A circa 1895-1900 tapered oil bottle
Y115
$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

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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
An open pontiled bottle with lots of wavy character in the glass, possibly European

FN26

Sold

A circa 1890 deep emerald olive green bottle, pretty
M26
Sold

A circa 1880's globe-shaped bottle, unusual and uncommon

TR48

Sold

A delicate and very crude shoe with an outward rooled lip and whittle in the glass, circa 1865-1880
FN15
Sold

A near mint example of this cologne or perfume with

original crown-shaped stopper

TR47

Sold

Attic mint, perfectly clean, circa 1890


TR242

Sold

A gem mint example of this cologne or perfume with

original stopper with monogram

TR46

Sold

Deep kelly green split style perfume, circa 1885-1890

TR197

Sold

This early vial (shown on the right) is smooth-based but a nice deep emerald-olive green color and gem condition

TR244

Sold

This early vial (shown on the left) is smooth-based but a nice deep olive-teal color and gem condition

TR245

Sold

A
Possibly European, with sand chip pontil, circa 1860

FN23

Sold

An unusual perfume or cologne from a Civil War period privy
Y516
Sold

A
Possibly European, with sand chip pontil, circa 1860

FN22

Sold

A crude tapered scent or utility, unembossed
DM186

Sold

This vial is almost 10 inches tall, very early,

sand chip pontil, and structurally perfect

DW6

Sold

A super nice example, cathedral style
Y230
Sold
A gem mint labeled circa 1865-1870 cologne with embossed stars

GW45

Sold

Uncertain vintage, from a collection of old whiskeys
NK60

Sold

An apothecary type bottle with embossed

stopper and full label in top attic mint condition

DC37

Sold

Usually found in milk glass, here is a super rare attic found

clear example with the original label, still corked, with original contents

DC281

Sold