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standog
03-25-2004, 10:50 AM
On behalf of a friend, I wonder if anyone here could help with identifying (and maybe giving some idea of the value) this gin bottle and whiskey jug. Any help would be appreciated. I have bigger pictures if needed.

https://www.antique-bottles.net/upfiles/1569/Rp44502.jpg

standog
03-25-2004, 10:51 AM
Here is the gin bottle

https://www.antique-bottles.net/upfiles/1569/Zx70340.jpg

mibottles
05-19-2004, 05:23 PM
The case gin, if pontilled (it appears to be so) is worth $100-150 in perfect condition. Damage, however minor, can really hurt the value.

Christopher Woods

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BRIAN S.
05-19-2004, 08:03 PM
Hi Standog and welcome to the forum !
I agree with Chris .....a perfect example will fetch a 100.00 + if it's in the 10" - 11" tall range.
But a Case gin like yours in the 15" + tall range can fetch upwards to a 1000.00 +
How tall is yours you have pictured ?
And the Red & Green transfer Cruiskeen Lawn Jug seem to be the most desirable .... and the most common is the Black transfer. It seems if I recall correctly they will bring in the 40.00 - 75.00 range . But , don't quote me on that ! Maybe some of the other members have a better idea of the stonewares value .
Hope this helps !

standog
05-24-2004, 09:01 AM
Thanks Chris and Brian I will pass the Info on[:)]

masterginman
03-25-2009, 08:41 PM
Hi Standog, If you could please tell me the size of this case gin, Height, width of shoulders and base. And to see a photo of the base to see if this beauty is a dual or singly ponitled. And to determine if it was blown into a wood or clay mold. These all have factors determining age and the value. And if there is any cracks, chips, dings or staining inside the bottle. I should be able to give you an approximate value of this bottle for your friend. I have been buying trading and selling these case gins for over 45 years. And usualy am pretty close on there vale. Thank You Dwight
EMAIL address: pettit9119@bellsouth.net

TROG
03-26-2009, 06:41 AM
Hi,
Not sure but the gin appears to be from around 1800- 1820 but Dwight will certainly be able to give a better idea if you can get a base shot. The red print Whisky is quite a good one as mentioned and would normally go for around $200- $250