Flasks

 

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Item FL162, GVI-1, Baltimore Monument --"A LITTLE MORE GRAPE CAPT BRAGG" Surrounded by Grapevines, aqua, Half Pint, sheared lip, Open Pontil, has a few tiny wear marks otherwise perfect, ExBlaske collection lot 623, a rare flask in any color but extremely rare in aqua, $950

Note: The grape referred to is "grapeshot". On February 22, 1847, Santa Anna’s and Zachary Taylor’s armies fought at Buena Vista. Taylor was outnumbered 3 to 1. A dramatic charge by Col. Jefferson Davis, and a determined artillery advance by Capt Braxton Bragg saved the day for the Americans.

Item FL280, GIX-17 variant, Scroll Flask, citron or light yellowish green, Pint, Pontiled base has a " wide groove across it, the sheared lip has been manipulated to form a pour spout. Exhibits nice crudeness with orange peel surface texture, has a few tiny spots of high point wear otherwise perfect, very rare with the pour spout lip treatment, America circa 1850, $1,500
Item FL310, GIX-10, Scroll Flask, shaded jade green with the upper of the flask having a smoky gray tone, Pint, Sand Chip Pontil, sheared lip, bold embossing, lots of tiny bubbles in the glass. Has two bruises, 3/16" on a side rib and " where the side rib meets the base. Both are fairly faint and not easy to see. This color is probably unique to any figured flask, a great rarity, America circa 1850, $2,700
Item FL329, GI-27, Washington -- Eagle, aqua, Open Pontil, Quart, sheared lip, bold embossing, numerous bubbles in the glass. Has a few tiny high point wear marks, and a small (5/16") open bubble on the underside of the base, a fine example of this very rare flask, America circa 1830 to 1840, $950
Item FL352, GI-72, Bust of Taylor / "ROUGH AND READY"--Bust of Ringgold / "MAJOR RINGGOLD", aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, very bold embossing, nicely whittled, numerous bubbles in the glass. Has a few very minor scratches, otherwise sparkling perfect, a fine example of this scarce flask. In May, 1846, Major Ringgold became the first American officer killed in the Mexican War, $390
Item FL360, GI-95, "BENJAMIN FRANKLIN" over Bust of Franklin - "T. W. DYOTT, M. D." over Bust of Dyott, aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, has a few tiny high point wear marks and some light inside haze, a very rare and early flask made at the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia around 1824, $2,900
Item FL363, GI-47, "THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" over Bust of Washington - Reverse Plain, light to medium blue green, Open Pontil, Quart, sheared lip, bold embossing, nicely whittled, has a few very minor scratches on the back side, otherwise sparkling perfect condition, a nice example in a pretty color, America circa 1850, $775
Item FL369, GII-33, Eagle - "LOUISVILLE / KY / GLASS WORKS", overall vertical ribs, yellow amber in the shoulders shading to amber in the base, Half Pint, Smooth Base, nice crude applied ring lip, bold embossing. Has a few tiny spots of high point wear otherwise sparkling perfect condition. One of the finest examples of this flask we have ever seen, made at the LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY GLASS WORKS circa 1860, $3,700
Item FL371, GI-39 Unlisted Variant (the GI-39 mold was altered and made deeper in the base), "THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" over Bust of Washington - "GEN. TAYLOR NEVER SURRENDERS" over Bust of Taylor, medium to deep bluish emerald, large tubular Open Pontil, sheared lip. Has a few minor spots of high point wear and a pin-head size flake at the edge of the base. A nice example of this rare flask in a beautiful color, America circa 1850, $1,400
Item FL383, GIV-42, Large Shield with Clasped Hands, Square and Compass, "UNION" in oval frame, Flying Eagle with Banner, "A. R. S.", light yellow green with an olive tone, Open Pontil, Quart calabash flask, tapered applied top, bold embossing. Has a few tiny very minor wear marks otherwise perfect, a fine example in a rare color, attributed to the KEYSTONE GLASS WORKS of A. R. Samuel's in Philadelphia, circa 1866 to 1870, $950
Item FL385, GII-34, Eagle and Stars in oval panel - "LOUISVILLE KY GLASS WORKS" in oval panel, entire flask has vertical ribs, aqua, Iron Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, has some inside haze near the base otherwise perfect, a nice example of this extremely rare flask, made at the Louisville Glass Works circa 1855, $1,900
Item FL394, GV-7A, Horse Pulling Cart - Large Spread Wing Eagle, olive green, Pint, Open Pontil, sheared lip, bold embossing, 1,000's of tiny bubbles in the glass, has a few tiny spots of high point wear otherwise perfect. A fine example of this very rare flask in a good color, New England circa 1830, $1,600
Item FL397, GI-96, "BENJAMIN FRANKLIN" / Bust of Franklin / "ERIPUTT COELO FULMEN. SECPTRUM QUE TRANNIS" - "T. W. DYOTT. M. D." / Bust of Dyott / "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS. PHILADELPHIA", the Latin translation is "HE SNATCHES FROM THE SKY THE THUNDERBOLT, AND THE SCEPTRE FROM TYRANTS". Deep bluish aqua, large deep tubular Open Pontil, Quart, sheared lip, wonderful crudeness with surface texture and numerous bubbles in the glass, bold embossing, sparkling perfect condition. Finest possible aqua example of this scarce and historic flask, America circa 1826 to 1828, $1,100
Item FL403, GII-43, Eagle / "T.W.D" in Beaded Frame - Cornucopia - "E PLURIBUS UNUM ONE OF MANY - KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA", aqua, Open Pontil, Half Pint, sheared lip, has some high point wear otherwise perfect, a rare and early flask, circa 1826 to 1828, $465
Item FL409, GII-41, Eagle - Tree, aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, very bold embossing, has two tiny shallow open bubbles on the side otherwise sparkling perfect condition. A very nice example of this scarce early flask, made at the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia in the 1820's, $450
Item FL419, GII-45, Eagle - Cornucopia, deep bluish aqua, Half Pint, deep tubular Open Pontil, sheared lip, bold embossing, numerous bubbles in the glass. Has a small open bubble on the inside of the neck otherwise perfect, a nice example of this rare flask, America circa 1840, $465
Item FL423, Similar to GII-26, Eagle - Eagle, the ribbons are wider than GII-26 and the ribbon on one side has three points on the end instead of two, medium bluish emerald green, Quart, Iron Pontil, sheared lip, 1000's of tiny bubbles in the glass. It has a few tiny spots of high point wear otherwise perfect, a fine example in a scarce color, probably Pittsburgh PA circa 1850, $3,400
Item FL424, Similar to GII-26, Eagle - Eagle, the differences are as follows; the base has a recessed oval similar to type 13 whereas the GII-26 has a type 6 base, the ribbons on both sides are forked at the end but not pointed, each fork widens and is squared off at the end. Moonstone, Quart, solid pontil, sheared lip, almost perfect with a few tiny spots of high point wear. We believe this mold to be very rare and the color is very rare for this type flask, also a solid pontil scar is very unusual on any flask, altogether an extremely rare and unusual flask, probably Pittsburgh PA circa 1850, $5,500
Item FL427, GI-91, Lafayette, "GENERAL LAFAYETTE" - Eagle, "T.W.D.", aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, nicely whittled, has a few tiny high point wear marks otherwise sparkling perfect condition, a fine example of this very rare flask, made at the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia circa 1824, $1,600
Item FL438C, GIX-44, Fancy Corset Waisted Scroll Flask with a fleur-de-lis on one side, very deep aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, bold embossing, very near perfect condition with a few tiny spots of high point wear, an outstanding example of this rare and beautiful flask, probably made in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania circa 1835, $1,800
Item FL439, GVIII-16, Sunburst, moss green, Open Pontil, Half Pint, sheared lip, very bold embossing, numerous bubbles in the glass, perfect condition, finest example in this beautiful color, Coventry Glass Works, Coventry Connecticut circa 1815 to 1830, $2,800
Item FL440, GVIII-18, Sunburst, yellow topaz with an olive tone, Open Pontil, Half Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, lots of tiny bubbles in the glass, perfect condition, a super example in a beautiful color, made at the Coventry Glass Works, Coventry Connecticut circa 1815 to 1830, $2,500
Item FL441, GVIII-26, Sunburst, light blue green, Solid Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, very bold embossing, sparkling perfect condition, finest example in this attractive color, America circa 1820 to 1835, $2,800
Item FL444, GII-1, Eagle - Eagle, deep aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, very bold embossing, perfect condition, a super example of this rare flask, made in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania circa 1820 to 1840, $750
Item FL450, GVIII-16, Sunburst, light yellow topaz with an olive tone, Pontiled, Half Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, has 1,000's of tiny bubbles in the glass, perfect condition, an outstanding example in a light beautiful color, Coventry Glass Works, Coventry, Connecticut circa 1815 to 1830, $2,500
Item FL452, GIX-11, Scroll, amber, deep tubular Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, perfect condition, nice high pedestal base, one of the best amber scroll flasks we have ever seen, Midwest America circa 1840 to 1855, $1,000
Item FL454, GI-121, Columbia - Eagle, "B & W", rich aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, very bold embossing, has a few wisps of faint inside haze from the contents otherwise perfect, a great example of this early flask, America 1820 to 1840, $775
Item FL455, GI-18, "WASHINGTON", Washington - "BALTIMORE GLASS WORKS", Monument, aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, numerous bubbles in the glass, has a few tiny spots of high point wear otherwise sparkling perfect condition, an excellent example of this very rare flask, circa 1830, $775
Item FL458, GI-103, JENY LIND - Glass Factory, aqua, Quart Calabash flask, deep tubular Open Pontil, tapered applied top, bold embossing, a long narrow bubble on the inside of the neck is partly opened, otherwise sparkling perfect condition, a nice example of this scarce bottle, America circa 1850, $120
Item FL463, GXII-33, "UNION" Clasped Hands on Shield - Flying Eagle with Banner, citron, Half Pint, applied lip, numerous bubbles in the glass, has some very minor high point wear otherwise perfect condition, a very rare and pretty color for this flask, America circa 1860 to 1870, $675
Item FL467, GIX-11, Scroll Flask, light olive green with a grayish tone, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, thousands of bubbles in the glass, sparkling perfect condition, a super example in a very rare and unusual color, America circa 1845 to 1855, $2,000
Item FL468, GII-106, Eagle, "PITTSBURGH / PA" - Eagle, medium to deep olive yellow, Pint, nice crude applied top, bold embossing, thousands of bubbles in the glass, has a small (1/4") horizontal cooling line on the surface of the neck and tiny (1/8") shallow open bubble on the side, a nice example in a rare and beautiful color, circa 1865 to 1875, $750
Item FL472, GV-5, "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD", Horse Pulling Rail Cart, forest green, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, has a few tiny spots of high point wear otherwise perfect. There is a 3/8" white potstone in the neck with no radiations, a nice example in a pretty color, Mount Vernon or Mount Pleasant Glass Works circa 1830 to 1850, $750
Item FL478, GI-104, "JENY LIND" - Glass Factory, deep bluish aqua, Iron Pontil, Quart Calabash flask, applied short blob lip, bold embossing, has a small (3/16") shallow open bubble on a vertical rib otherwise perfect condition, a very nice example of this attractive bottle, America circa 1850, $225
Item FL479, GIX-2, Scroll Flask, Quart, clear with smoky green tint, Solid Pontil scar, inward rolled lip, has some minor high point wear, some spots of dullness, and a small (1/4") open bubble on a medial rib, a very rare color for a quart scroll flask, America circa 1850, $900
Item FL482, GII-81, Eagle, "GRANITE GLASS CO"-Eagle, "STODDARD NH", yellowish olive amber, Pint, Open Pontil, sheared lip, bold embossing, 1000's of bubbles in the glass, has some very minor high point wear and a few minor scratches, a nice example of this scarce flask circa 1850, $450
Item FL483, GIII-17, Cornucopia - Urn, Pint, deep bluish aqua, deep tubular Open Pontil, applied double collar lip, very bold embossing, perfect condition, finest example in this pretty color, made at the Lancaster Glass Works in Erie County New York, circa 1849 to 1860, $575
Item FL491, GI-112A, "LOUIS KOSSUTH" / Bust of Kossuth and Flags - Frigate / "U.S. STEAM FRIGATE MISSISSIPPI"-"P H DOFLEIN MOULD MAKER NTH. ST 84", calabash flask, aqua, Open Pontil, bold embossing, has a small band of light inside haze from the contents otherwise sparkling mint, a great example of this extremely rare flask, ex-Roy Brown collection, America circa 1851 to 1853, $1,400
   


 

The items below have been sold, but are left on to be used for reference.

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Item CFL001, GI-47, "THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY" / Bust of Washington -- Reverse large Oval Raised Panel, Prussian blue, Quart, large deep tubular Open Pontil, sheared lip, 1000's of tiny to medium size bubbles in the glass. Has a little high point wear on Washington bust and a few minor wear scratches on the back, otherwise perfect. An extremely rare and beautiful color, possibly the only example of this flask in a blue color Sold
Item FL118, GVI-1, Baltimore Monument -- "A LITTLE MORE GRAPE CAPT BRAGG", grapevine and grapes around perimeter, shaded medium to deep copper puce or apricot puce, large deep tubular Open Pontil, Half Pint, sheared lip, good strong embossing, perfect condition, finest example of this rare flask. A beautiful color in the window, made at the Baltimore Glass Works, circa 1847-1848 Sold
Item FL168, GXIII-30, "WILL YOU TAKE A DRINK?" " WILL A (embossed duck in a marsh) SWIM", deep bluish aqua, Half Pint, applied ring lip, striation of olive green glass around the top of the lip, perfect condition, finest example of this very rare flask Sold
Item FL170, GXV-28, "ZANESVILLE CITY GLASS WORKS" in Oval Frame, yellowish amber, Pint, strap sides, nice crude applied ring lip, perfect condition, very rare, excellent example Sold
Item FL258, GI-16, "GENERAL WASHINGTON" over Bust of Washington - Eagle, "T.W.D" in oval frame, aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, lightly cleaned with some high point wear and scratches, a very early flask made at the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia before July of 1826 Sold
Item FL272, GIX-11, Scroll flask, deep bluish emerald green, Pint, Open Pontil, sheared lip, numerous bubbles in the glass, excellent crudeness with whittle and some orange peel surface texture. Bold embossing, ex-Spiller collection lot 292, has some high point wear otherwise perfect, a very rare and beautiful color for a scroll flask Sold
Item FL283, GIII-4, Cornucopia - Urn, light tan or topaz with an olive tone, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, 100's of tiny to small bubbles in the glass. Has a few tiny spots of high point wear otherwise perfect, a great example in a light and unusual color, made at the Coventry Glass Works in Connecticut in the 1820s Sold
Item FL292, GV-3, "SUCCESS TO THE RAILROAD", horse pulling rail cart on both sides, aqua with some milky striations becoming more milky in the neck, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, lots of bubbles in the glass. Has a few tiny highpoint wear marks otherwise perfect, a very rare color for this early flask. Made at the MARLBORO STREET GLASS WORKS in Keene New Hampshire circa 1830 Sold
Item FL293, GII-53, Eagle On Shield - Large American Flag, "FOR OUR COUNTRY", rich bluish aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, 1,000's of tiny to small bubbles in the glass. Bold embossing, sparkling perfect condition, finest possible example of this historic flask. The only example we have seen in this pretty color, made by COFFIN & HAY in Hammonton New Jersey circa 1836 to 1840 Sold

Item FL297, GI-107, "JENNY LIND" over Bust of Jenny Lind - "FISLERVILLE GLASS WORKS" over a Glass Factory, Quart calabash flask, light blue green, Open Pontil, double tapered applied top, lots of bubbles and some small potstones in the glass. Has some light spotty inside haze from the contents otherwise perfect. It is almost impossible to find this flask in a color other than aqua, so this is one of the best examples of this flask. Sold

Note: Made at the FISLERVILLE GLASS WORKS at Fislerville, New Jersey circa 1850. The name Fislerville was changed to Clayton in 1867.

Item FL298, GI-113, "KOSSUTH" over Bust of Kossuth - LARGE TREE, Quart Calabash flask, bright yellow with a strong olive green tone, Open Pontil, nice crude applied top, numerous bubbles in the glass. Has a few very light minor scratches, otherwise perfect, a fine example of this flask, American circa 1850 Sold
Item FL301, GII-49, Eagle - Stag, "COFFIN & HAY HAMMONTON", aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing. Has a few tiny spots of high point wear and a few wisps of inside haze, otherwise perfect. A nice example of this rare flask, made in Hammonton New Jersey circa 1836 to 1840 Sold
Item FL309, GIX-10, Scroll Flask, brilliant yellow, Pint, Iron Pontil, Sheared lip, the neck flares wider at the mouth, bold embossing, good crudeness with numerous bubbles and some orange peel surface texture. Sparkling perfect condition, one of the finest yellow scroll flasks we have ever seen, America circa 1850 Sold
Item FL322, GI-25, "BRIDGETOWN NEW JERSEY" / Bust of Washington / BRIDGETOWN NEW JERSEY" / Classical Bust, aqua, Open Pontil, Quart, sheared lip, bold embossing, nicely whittled, has a tiny (1/8") flake on a side rib, otherwise sparkling perfect condition, a nice example of this scarce flask. Made at the BRIDGETON GLASS WORKS in BRIDGETON NEW JERSEY circa 1836 to 1841 Sold
Item FL324, GI-117, COLUMBIA / "KENSINGTON"-- EAGLE / "UNION CO", aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, very bold embossing, has several threads of yellow olive glass through the body, sparkling perfect condition. A great example of this early flask, made at the KENSINGTON UNION GLASS COMPANY in Philadelphia, circa 1826 to 1830 Sold
Item FL330, GXIII-55, "ISABELLA GLASS WORKS" (on pennants) / Anchor - Glass Factory, aqua, large deep tubular Open Pontil, Quart, sheared lip, bold embossing, lots of tiny to large bubbles in the glass. Has a tiny (1/8") open bubble at the edge of the base, otherwise perfect condition, a very nice example of this very rare flask. Made at the Isabella Glass Works in New Brooklyn, New Jersey circa 1850 Sold
Item FL339, GIII-17, CORNUCOPIA - URN, deep bluish emerald green, deep tubular Open Pontil, Pint, tooled inward rolled lip, very bold embossing, 1,000's of tiny to medium size bubbles in the glass. Perfect condition, a great example in a beautiful color, made at the LANCASTER GLASS WORKS IN NEW YORK, circa 1850 Sold
Item FL345, GI-31, "WASHINGTON" / Bust of Washington - "JACKSON" / Bust of Jackson, yellowish amber, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, good character with surface texture and hundreds of tiny bubbles. Has a pontil flake that does not come near the edge of the base, perfect condition, a fine example of this early flask in a good bright color. Made at the KEENE MARLBORO STREET GLASS WORKS in Keene, New Hampshire circa 1830 Sold
Item FL350, GII-62, "LIBERTY" / Eagle - "WILLINGTON GLASS, CO WEST, WILLINGTON CONN", brilliant emerald green with a bluish tone, Smooth Base, Pint. Applied tapered lip, bold embossing, 100's of tiny to small bubbles in the glass, sparkling perfect condition, a super example in a beautiful color, Connecticut circa 1849 to 1857 Sold
Item FL361, GI-17, "WASHINGTON" over Bust of Washington - "BALTIMORE GLASS WORKS" around Bust of Taylor, aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, sparkling perfect condition, finest example and very rare in the aqua coloration, America circa 1830 to 1840 Sold
Item FL377, GVIII-2 Sunburst, light green Pint, Pontil Scared Base, sheared and tooled lip, bold embossing, has some high point wear, a very heavy flask weighing 1 points, America circa 1815 to 1835 Sold
Item CFL379, Unlisted Quart Scroll flask, all four stars have six points, one top star is 1", the others are ", medium bluish green, pontiled, sheared lip, bold embossing, perfect condition, a very nice example in a rare color, Midwest America circa 1840 to 1855 Sold

Item FL382, GIV-34, Masonic Emblems - Large Sailing Ship / "FRANKLIN" - "FREE TRADE AND SAILORS RIGHTS", "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" on sides, aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, pristine perfect condition. A great example of this scarce flask, made at the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia in 1826 to 1828 Sold

Note: In 1812, England was blockading United States ports and forcing United States sailors to serve on British ships. In June, 1812, the United States declared war on England flourishing the slogan "FREE TRADE AND SAILOR'S RIGHTS".

Item FL387, GII-105, Eagle / "PITTSBURGH PA" in oval frame - Eagle / Plain Oval Frame, light to medium yellow olive, Pint, Smooth Base, large crude applied top, bold embossing, has some bubbles and light whittle, perfect condition, finest example in this beautiful color, made in Pittsburgh circa 1855 to 1870 Sold
Item FL395, GI-112, "LOUIS KOSSUTH" / Bust of Kossuth and Flags - Ship / "U. S. STEAM FRIGATE MISSISSIPPI S. HUFFSEY", aqua, deep tubular Open Pontil, Quart Calabash flask, nice crude applied top, 1,000's of bubbles in the glass, America circa 1852 to 1855 Sold
Item FL396, GI-71, Bust of Zachary Taylor / "ROUGH AND READY" - "MAJOR" / Bust of Ringgold / "RINGGOLD", pale amethyst, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, has two small shallow open bubbles on the inside of the neck otherwise perfect, a beautiful example in a rare color. In May 1846, Major Ringgold became the first American officer killed in the Mexican War, Sold
Item FL390, GII-81, Eagle / "GRANITE GLASS CO" - Eagle / "STODDARD N H", yellowish olive amber, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, lots of bubbles in the glass, almost no trace of wear, a fine example of this scarce flask, circa 1850 Sold
Item FL398, GXIII-45, Sheaf of Grain - Eight Pointed Star, Quart Calabash flask with a fancy applied handle, reddish amber, Iron Pontil, ring lip, has 1,000's of small seed bubbles in the glass, bold embossing, sparkling perfect condition, finest example of this rare flask, America circa 1850 Sold
Item FL400, GXI-36, "FOR PIKE'S PEAK" / Prospector - Eagle / "CEREDO" in rectangular frame, deep bluish aqua, Half Pint, nice crude applied ring lip, some glass whittle, perfect condition, a fine example of this rare flask, made in Cerdeo, West Virginia, circa 1860 Sold
Item FL402, GII-44, Eagle / "T. W. D" in Beaded Oval Frame - Cornucopia, aqua with some black flakes imbedded in the glass, also some smoky olive striations in the neck and shoulder area, Open Pontil, Half Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, sparkling perfect condition. A great example of this very rare and early flask, made at the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia, circa 1824 Sold
Item FL404, GI-99, "JENNY LIND" / Bust of Jenny Lind Surrounded by Branches - "GLASS WORK'S" / Embossed Glass Works / "S. HUFFSEY", rich bluish emerald green, Open Pontil, Quart Calabash flask, large double tapered applied top, very bold embossing, perfect condition. A super example in a rare and beautiful color, (most green examples are deep emerald in color) America circa 1850 Sold
Item FL407, GIV-8, Masonic Emblems - Eagle, light to medium emerald green, Pint, Pontil Scared Base, tooled mouth, very bold embossing, made of thick heavy glass and weighs 1 pounds. Has a few tiny spots of high point wear otherwise perfect, a great example of this very rare and early flask, made in New England circa 1820 Sold
Item FL413, GII-55, Eagle - Grapes, bluish emerald green, Open Pontil, quart, sheared lip, bold embossing, perfect condition, a super example of this flask in a very rare and beautiful color. America circa 1840 Sold
Item FL417, GX-18, Tree With Bird - Tree Without Bird, rich bluish green, Quart, large deep tubular Open Pontil, applied double collar lip, bold embossing, numerous bubbles in the glass, perfect condition, a great example in a beautiful color, America circa 1850 Sold
Item FL420, GVII-3, "E.G. BOOZ'S OLD CABIN WHISKEY - 120 WALNUT ST PHILADELPHIA", Figural House, golden amber, bold embossing, very whittled, sparkling perfect condition, finest example. This is the rare and earlier variant with the pointed roof ends, made at the WHITNEY GLASS WORKS IN GLASSBORO, NEW JERSEY circa 1865 Sold
Item FL422, GIV-32, Masonic Emblems - Eagle, "J. SHEPARD & CO ZANESVILLE OHIO", medium bluish green, Pint, Open Pontil, sheared lip, strong embossing, has some minor high point wear otherwise perfect condition. A very rare and beautiful color for this flask, this is the deepest color in the blue green spectrum we have ever seen for this flask, circa 1823 to 1838 Sold
Item CFL426, GIX-34, Half Pint Scroll, golden yellow with an amber tone, Open Pontil, sheared lip, bold embossing, has some inside haze in the shoulder area otherwise perfect condition, a very nice example in a pretty color, Midwest America circa 1840 to 1850 Sold
Item FL437C, GIX-43, Fancy Corset Waisted Scroll Flask with "JR & SON" on one side and a fleur-de-lis on the other side, rich aqua, Solid Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, very bold embossing, sparkling perfect condition, a fantastic example of this rare and beautiful flask, made by JOHN ROBINSON & SON at the STOURBRIDGE FLINT GLASS WORKS in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania between 1830 and 1834 Sold
Item FL459, GI-122, Columbia - Eagle, pale purple or lavender color, Pint, Open Pontil, inward rolled lip, bold embossing, 1000's of tiny bubbles in the glass, sparkling perfect condition, finest possible example of this extremely rare flask, the only one known in a color other than clear, America circa 1820 to 1830 Sold