Tooled top. 8 ¼”. Ring/Ham V 9. Here’s a neat clear bitters listed as extremely rare. We haven’t seen one before. Has some type of plant, hard to discern and lots of embossing. A clean bottles that grades a 9.7.
With embossed crown. A No. 1 on reverse shoulder. Thomas 44. 1877-82. A nice example which we determined is a Thomas 44 but there are a lot of variants. This is leaning towards old amber with nice overall crudity and in sterling condition. A good example. Grades a 9.7.
11 ½”. Applied top, ground pontil. Professionally cleaned with some remaining residue. Very presentable early pickle jar in a greenish aqua. Loads of whittle. Grades an 8.5. Displays much better.
With embossed dog with bird in mouth. Or bird with embossed dog. JJW PETERS HAMBURG on base. Applied lip. Lots of whittle with a number of short heavy scratches. A pretty orange amber bottle otherwise. Grades an 8.
Applied top. 9 ½” We have seen these bottles for years and were never quite sure what they contained. It appears it was bluing for laundry but it’s also possible the label was randomly used with the bottle. Nothing on the bottle would spell JSP or those three letters. This is the first one we’ve […]
With embossed gradations on reverse. 6 ½”. Something for everyone in this fine jar. Truly a jar to die for. Grades a 9.7.
Applied top. A common Sacramento soda in a rare green coloration. Numerous anneal checks throughout the bottle. Looks good on the shelf. No grade.
7”. Applied top. A nice crude example. This has a minute ¼” annealing check a couple inches up from the base. You can probably see it in the photo. Otherwise a great little spice. Grades a 9.6 without the check.