9”. Applied top. 1870’s. This is one of two of these bottles made for Bennet, the other is a little different in the embossing. This example is the first we’ve seen in a yellow, most of the examples we see are reddish amber sometimes crude and sometimes not at all. This one is not real crude but the color is out of this world. Really the first time we’ve seen such a dramatic swing from its usual color. Condition is about perfect, and there are some nice bubbles and some light crudity especially around the shoulders. This is a grade 9.8 bottle with really no blemishes to speak of. Strong strike.
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