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Item PT041, GLOBULAR BOTTLE, 24 vertical ribs, aqua, Open Pontil, crude outward folded lip, 7 " high, numerous bubbles in the glass, has a few scratches otherwise perfect, very rare in aqua, Zanesville Glass Works, Zanesville Ohio, circa 1815 to 1835, $390
Item PT046, PITKIN FLASK, emerald green, 24 ribs Broken Swirled to the Right, 7 1/8" high, hundreds of bubbles in the glass, has a bold impression all the way to the base, sparkling perfect condition, an exceptional Pitkin flask, rare rib count and the tallest Pitkin we have ever seen, America circa 1790 to 1830, $1,900
Item PT047, PITKIN FLASK, deep greenish aqua, 35 ribs Broken Swirled to the Left, 6 1/8"high, good strong impression, numerous bubbles in the glass, has some minor high point scratches otherwise perfect condition, an extremely rare rib count and wonderful plump form, America circa 1790 to 1830, $850

 

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

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Item PT020, CHESTNUT FLASK, light blue green, 24 vertical ribs, 5 1/8" high, Open Pontil, inward rolled lip, America 1815 to 1835 Sold
Item PT021, CHESTNUT FLASK, amber, 10 DIAMOND PATTERN, 5 1/8" high, Open Pontil, sheared lip, perfect condition, America circa 1815 to 1835 Sold
Item PT023, FLASK, 18 ribs swirled to the right, plump ovoid form, brilliant amethyst, pontiled, 5 " high, sheared lip, very bold ribbing. Has a tiny surface potstone with a tiny bruise around it, otherwise perfect, probably made by EMIL LARSON AT VINELAND NEW JERSEY, circa 1932 to 1942 Sold
Item PT029, PITKIN FLASK, 36 ribs broken swirled to the right, medium olive green, Open Pontil, sheared lip, 5 5/8" high, strong ribbing. Has a few light wear scratches near the base, otherwise perfect. An excellent example of this early flask, New England circa 1785 to 1830 Sold
Item PT044, PITKIN FLASK, 36 Broken Swirled to the Left, deep yellowish brown with an olive tone, 5 " high, sheared lip, Open Pontil, bold impression, near perfect condition with just a few minor high point scratches, Midwest America circa 1800 to 1830 Sold