Welcome to our Antique Bottles Community

Your FREE Account is waiting to the Best Antique Bottle Community on the Web.

Register Log in

Search results

  1. W

    Chestnut with no neck?????

    the red one is likely a Clevenger Bros camphor jug without a handle. If I need to back up my comment..."bozo" opinion..., I can provide a picture of same from a Clevenger catalog.
  2. W

    Fake Flask ?

    etched "marked" base
  3. W

    Fake Flask ?

    Ed Pennebaker flask
  4. W

    real or repro?

    pix of aforementioned repro...>
  5. W

    Chestnut with no neck?????

    Just saw another (similar?) one on eBay... http://cgi.ebay.com/Freeblown-Ruby-Vase-Jug-/310255526560?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item483caba2a0
  6. W

    A Devilish Bottle

    Quazzy - Inkspot - Heritage Glass....Welcome to the Forum !! Interesting about Downer & the Jersey Devil. I think Clevenger Bros also had a Jersey Devil bottle, but it wasn't a scroll flask...? anyway...welcome.
  7. W

    Amber Dr Fisches Bitter Bottle Help

    It's obviously a machine made bottle , looking at the base. It's obviously made by Fairmont Glass ...."F" I "guess" the 1898 on this example, instead of the other series of numbers may have something do with its capacity/size , when made, (but not in the year 1898)... mold number ??? It...
  8. W

    Amber Dr Fisches Bitter Bottle Help

    Fische....I guess it's an original replica...[8|] JIM..I had posted this on his other thread in Bottle Chat > http://www.bottlebooks.com/forsale/fishbottles/fish_bottles.htm
  9. W

    2nd Pic of Bitter Bottle

    Already replied to this in another thread, but here's a different link>> Eli Lilly Cod LIver Oil... http://www.bottlebooks.com/forsale/fishbottles/fish_bottles.htm
  10. W

    Amber Dr Fisches Bitter Bottle Help

    Fischfinder...Welcome to the Forum. Woody was correct. This bottle is from 1920-33 or so and contained Eli Lilly Cod Liver Oil... http://www.tias.com/10782/PictPage/1923011856.html
  11. W

    Any help with these color glass bottles?

    Hard for me to tell from your pix and there isn't any info available about whether they were, other than what you noted. Look at the base and it may be easy to tell if they are indeed clear. Otherwise, take a sharp object and see if you can scratch the color off (inside & out)...do it in a not...
  12. W

    Diamond Daisy Flask Question

    Jeff...here's a little more about them > https://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/m-102191/mpage-1/key-/tm.htm
  13. W

    fluted flask authenticity

    sloughduck...it's probably worth 3 times that. These have been discussed before > MMA > see post#12 https://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/m-102191/mpage-1/key-/tm.htm
  14. W

    I lost my badge...

    Glad ya got it fixed...
  15. W

    Any help with these color glass bottles?

    Trangert..welcome to the Forum !! You mean DAR don't you...Daughters of The American Revolution ? If so...they are recent vintage commemorative type bottles/flasks made primarily for gift shops. Seems they do have SAR on the base...oops....SONS OF the American Revolution.[:o]...
  16. W

    I lost my badge...

    CYB...contact Roger...probably a glitch. Woody and I can't remove stuff like that and wouldn't if we could. I can remove and replace my own. Look and see if you didn't turn yours off somehow. It's an avatar in my set-up.
  17. W


    Jeff...actually these flasks aren't all that often seen. I bought a boxful (10 or so), from a guy back in the late 80s who was set up at a roadside stand. A few others I have bought off of eBay, but I can't recall seeing any at the bottle shows I used to attend.
  18. W

    fluted flask authenticity

    sloughduck...I haven't seen that many Larsons so not really qualified to comment from just a picture, but they appear to be Larson flasks, and on a par with Stiegel as to quality. The vaseline flask looks like an MMA repro...Metropolitan Museum Of Art. They marked all their repros with an...

Latest posts

Latest threads

Forum statistics

Latest member