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Item MS064, CHESTNUT FLASK, free blown, light to medium forest green, Open Pontil, 5" high, nice extra crude outward folded lip, numerous bubbles in the glass, has some scratches on the inside at the base of the neck and near the base, has a very narrow and crooked neck which really adds to its charm, America circa 1790 to 1830, $365
Item MS096, Demijohn, cylindrical, deep forest green, has a huge brown Iron Pontil that is 3" in diameter, 14 " high, large crude applied top, excellent crudeness with lots of whittle and 1000's of bubbles, perfect condition, America circa 1850 to 1860, $300


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

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Item MS006, RACE & SHELDONS - MAGIC - WATERPROOF - BOOT POLISH, deep bluish emerald green, Iron Pontil, 10 sided, 7 7/8" high, large crude applied flanged lip, bold embossing, nicely whittled. Has a few light wear scratches on several of the back panels, otherwise sparkling perfect condition. An extremely rare and beautiful bottle. We know of only one other example, and it has a large lip chip Sold
Item MS010, SNUFF JAR, mould blown, rectangular with concave corner panels, deep forest green, Open Pontil, 4 " high, 1000's of tiny to medium size bubbles in the glass, nicely whittled and crude, almost perfect with just a few very tiny wear marks, a good early American snuff jar Sold
Item MS015, FIGURAL BEAR POMADE JAR, black glass, 3 3/4' high, very bold highly detailed embossing, has a few tiny shallow flakes around the rim (they all do), made at the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. Sold
Item MS028, BLOWN 3 MOLD DECANTER, GIII-16, yellowish olive green, Open Pontil, 7 3/8" high, the sheared lip has been expanded to form a funnel-like lip. Bold embossing, lots of bubbles in the glass, has several interesting "puckers" in the glass, on the neck. Has a few tiny high point wear marks otherwise perfect, a fine example made at the KEENE MARLBORO STREET GLASSWORKS, KEENE NEW HAMPSHIRE 1820-1840 Sold
Item MS030, FIRE GRENADE, HAYWARD'S / HAND / FIRE / GRENADE - PATENTED / AUG / 8/ 1871 - S.F. HAYWARD / 407 / BROADWAY / N.Y. all in indented diamond panels, globular with four indented side panels, light smoky amethyst, 6" high, hand tooled lip, bold embossing, 1000's of tiny to small bubbles in the glass. Sparkling perfect condition, finest possible example in this extremely beautiful color, America circa 1871 to 1885 Sold
Item MS031, DEMIJOHN, cylindrical, medium to deep blue green, Sand Chip Pontil, 15 " high X 6" diameter, tapered applied top, excellent crudeness with lots of whittle and bubbles, perfect condition, very beautiful, America circa 1840 to 1860 Sold
Item MS032, FIRE GRENADE, HAYWARD'S / HAND FIRE / GRENADE - PATENTED / AUG / 8 / 1871 - S.F.HAYWARD / 407 / BROADWAY - NEW YORK - 2 (on base), globular with four flat circular sides, purple amethyst, 6" high, ground mouth, pristine perfect condition, a very rare and beautiful color Sold
Item MS045, NAILSEA FLASK, milkglass with blue looping, flattened teardrop form, 6 " high, Pontil scarred base, perfect condition, a beautiful example, probably English circa 1875 to 1890 Sold
Item MS048, FIRE GRENADE, HAYWARD HAND GRENADE FIRE EXTINGUISHER / NEW YORK around shoulder, globular with vertical pleats and diamond label panel, aqua, 6" high, tooled lip, has very light inside haze, America circa 1890 Sold
Item MS049, Label Under Glass Flask, Figural Canteen, Multicolor label with a Bald Eagle, two American Flags, Bust of Admiral Dewey and "OUR HERO" on a banner, large "U.S." debossed on back, original screw on cap, ground lip, 5 1/8" high, perfect condition, a great example of this rare flask, America circa 1900 Sold
Item MS108, LOAF OF BREAD DEMIJOHN, brilliant orange amber, Smooth Base, 8 " high X 9 " long, tapered applied top, excellent crudeness with lots of whittle and bubbles, has a few speckles of inside stain otherwise perfect condition, very rare form and beautiful color, America circa 1860 to 1880 Sold