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    Success To The Railroad "Historical Flask" currently on eBay

    Hi team, I am no expert but I do own two Success To The Railroad flasks and another dozen have gone thru my hands. Including one of these reproductions: eBay item # 273693606548 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Historical-Flasks/273693606548?hash=item3fb9690294:g:zP8AAOSwBPxcXjbT The best way to...
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    Bought a crock at an auction!

    The Saint Francis of Assisi Church is a Roman Catholic church in Sariaya, Quezon, Philippines. The earthquakes and floods of 1743 destroyed the town and the church and caused the people to transfer to the present site. The present church was built in 1748. I would start your search for similar...
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    Search "Figured Flask" at The Metropolitan Museum website

    Search "Figured Flask" at The Metropolitan Museum of Art website (www.metmuseum.org) and you get 17 sweet historical flasks. Does anyone have a picture of the actual Met Fifth Avenue Gallery 706 display that shows these flasks?
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    BLUE Toilet Waters, Colognes, Scents, Pungents and Perfume Bottles

    I finally got around to taking some pictures. Here is a collection of 19th Century Toilet Waters, Colognes, Scents, Pungents and Perfume Bottles in BLUE. These are from my partners collection. Enjoy...
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    Stoddard Double Eagle Display

    I finally got around to taking some pictures. Here is a wonderful mid-19th century Stoddard glass lot, complete with 3 GREAT flasks and 1 MINT utility bottle, and the corresponding shard/relics that were excavated from the Granite Glass Company in Mill Village, Stoddard New Hampshire. This...
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    Pittsburgh Clasp Hands / Union Flasks

    I finally got around to taking some pictures. Here we have: GXII-13 Quart GXII-19 Pint GXII-31 Half Pint Enjoy...
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    Current Townsends Reproductions

    Here is page 69 out of the latest 2018 Townsends catalog #38. They sell 18th century reproduction clothing and accessories.
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    Real or Fake GIX-40 Scroll Flask ? Post #2

    I couldn't figure out how to get pictures in the correct order. Then once posted I couldn't figure out how to add pictures. program sucks. So here are the color comparison pictures for previous post. Thanks, Mayhem
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    Real or Fake GIX-40 Scroll Flask?

    I currently have this littlebottle in my possession.Perhaps you saw it on eBay recently. I’ve only beenlooking at old glassperhaps 10 years so many of you are more experienced. Ilove a mystery and would love your opinion so let’sgo… References: 1) McKearin / Wilson page 390 and a joining plate...
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    Remarkable USS Constitution Lacey Glass Tray

    Update: A clear one of these sold in December 2015 for $550. It was described as follows: Boston and Sandwich Glass Company miniature tray, with "USS Constitution" ship, rectangular, border composed of alternating hearts and six-pointed stars, wide scallop and point rim double-rope table ring...
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    Remarkable USS Constitution Lacey Glass Tray

    WOW! Collecting antiques in Southern California is both frustrating and rewarding. Frustrating in that very few real true antiques find their way out here. Rewarding in that the few antiques that do the owners don't know what they have. Here is an example I paid $5 for. I recognized it as...
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    Historic Jamestown Reproductions

    Here is a collection of flasks hand blown at Historic Jamestown Virginia. The smaller 5 inch tall flasks are easy to identify by the embossing on the bottom. The larger 9 inch flasks have a applied "J" and two stars.
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    Pics of a square agua CW Merchant Lockport New York with an open pontil & applied top

    As promised here it is. Just back from an internal tumble. Note the little star on the back. What do you think?
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    A square agua C.W Merchant Lockport New York with an open pontil and applied top

    Thank you fellow members. Not a bad find. After the tumble I'll have invested $50. $120 to $148 on eBay sounds good to me.
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    A square agua C.W Merchant Lockport New York with an open pontil and applied top

    You are correct in that it is a rectangle. I was trying to convey that it isn't the typical teal rectangular bottle with the beveled edges or a tombstone. Unfortunately a picture is one or two weeks away as it is getting tumbled for internal haze. After I acquired it I went around the show to...

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