“R” in center. 33 on reverse base area. 6 ¾”. Tooled top. A later Hutchinson from the Monterey Bay Area. Grades a 9.5.
X on base. 8 ¾”. Applied top. The picture pretty much tells you everything you need to know with this beautiful bitters. A common bottle in a not so common example. Grades 9.5. Professionally cleaned, almost impossible to tell with all the whittle and crudity going on.
With applied top. Nice light blue, a tiny bit of interior haze. Grades a 9.5.
with original stopper. Another gorgeous color, I’ve heard it called peacock blue? Picture is pretty right on. Grades a 9.8.
Ring/Ham S 31. Tooled top. A colorful triangle of a bitters. This will lighten your shelf. Grades a 9.6.
7”. Tooled top. A perfect cobalt medicine from Ohio. Grades a 9.8. Still has the cork.
Five log. A nice looking example in a medium amber. Good crudity and great condition. This one will really stand out on your shelf. Grades a 9.7.
with monogram. Pint pumkin seed flask. Tooled top. This has a little pressure ding in the neck,and a scratch on the back. Very hard to see and otherwise about perfect. The Hildebrandt, Posner name is well known in the west. Grades a 9.0 without the little distraction. You won’t see it in the pictures.
Half-pint pumpkin seed. Here’s a crooked little seed from the Monterey Bay area. A little foggy around the top but otherwise a nice example. Grades a 9.3.
Ring/Ham 47. 9 ¾”. Tooled top. A nice big aqua bitters listed as scarce. Neck leans forward a bit. Grades a 9.5.