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    NOW THE FUN STUFF! 18th Century enameled glass

    This is what I have been doing for the last year or so. Again I need to thank Greg and Steve for fanning the flames!
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    Miscellaneous 18th and 19th Century milk glass

    Some pieces that I just keep out on the counter.
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    19th Century blown milk glass creamers

    Gregg Wells gave me my first early American creamer (second from the left) which got me started on this early blown milk glass....Steve Atkinson has been throwing gasoline on the fire ever since...thanx Steve!
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    19th Century blown milk glass pitchers

    I recently picked up this GI-25 pitcher as shown left. The other pitcher is probably European and early 1800's.
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    New and old milk glass

    I have pretty much given up actively looking for 19th Century "bottles" but if they are rare, I don't have them and they fall into my lap I will still try to add them to my collection! For those of you that haven't seen an overview of them in their new home....here ya go!
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    CAN ANYONE REALLY BE THIS STUPID? PART DEUX

    OK, I think I get it now! Common Wishart's bottles go for a $1000 and VERY common Radam's with damage go for $600.00 plus premium on Glass Works. 96. “GERM BACTERIA OR / FUNGUS DESTROYER / (motif of a man clubbing a skeleton in side an embossed shield) / WM. RADAM’S / MICROBE KILLER /...
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    CAN ANYONE REALLY BE THIS STUPID?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/270955729591?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649
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    Cobalyt and Milk glass KU-22 UP FOR SALE!

    Hello, I have a COBALT DR. ORESTE SINANIDE'S KU-22 in cobalt and in milk glass. It's the EXTRA RARE smaller size, as if the larger ones are common? Feel free to EMAIL me if you're interested, please no PMs. They were never in the ground and are in about perfect shape with MAYBE an in making...
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    RADAM'S LUNGUS DESTROYER

    SCARCE RADAM'S LUNGUS VARIANT http://www.ebay.com/itm/260968919301?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
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    WISHARTS, RADAMS ANS WHIMSEYS FOR SALE

    Hello, before I pack this stuff up for the Baltimore show I thought I'd offer them here first. Feel free to email me with offers. Thank you All of the Wishart bottles are near mint to mint.
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    Milk cut to clear

    Hick's Patent 1888 measure and dose glass with case!
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    1700's milk glass

    This is how the Bohemians competed with the Chinese!
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    Anyone know what this is?

    It is early 1800's blown glass, no mold seams and it doesn't stand up on it's own as pictured; the bottom is round. Good luck!
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    Maybe someone can help me out?

    Hello, I am looking for the Steer and Stag milk glass Flaccus jars, I believe that there is one with a screw top milk glass closure as well...add that to the list as well! If anyone here has one up for grabs or knows where I can find any of them, please mail or PM me. Thanx, Gary
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    EARLY BLOWN MILK GLASS

    Hello all, I am expanding my horizons and I would appreciate any assistance in acquiring some top shelf 18th Century blow milk glass items such as creamers, pitchers, plates, bottles and flasks. If you have any for sale ar know of any for sale, feel free to mail me. Below is a link to...
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    Additicted to the white stuff!

    Hello guys and dolls! Perhaps there is more to milk glass than mid to late 1800's pharmacy, bitters and utilitarian bottles. I have a new addiction, still white, but a bit older.
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    LIGHT GREEN BRINKERHOFF'S and a PHOENIX

    Before I throw these bottles on eRape, perhaps someone here might like to throw me an offer? This Brinkerhoff's is the earlier $1.00 variant and has a sand chip pontil. We're not talking the ole' run of the mill olive amber Stoddard color, no way Jose', this one is GREEN! There are two...
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    Finally, after months and months of negotiation!

    One of the half dozen known. Oddly enough, this is the same exact bottle that I have had a photograph of since 1990! Who knew?!
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    Just plain funny

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=160559216667&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT
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    Germania Magen Bitters

    https://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/One-of-the-six-known-Germania-Magen-Bitters!/m-388042/tm.htm

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