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    Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    Early American Pressed glass is quite old ,a lot of times quite rare, with the the majority occurring between 1825 and 1850. Some very beautiful, intricate and Historic patterns consisting of Masonic,Political Figures,Sun Bursts and pretty flower and scroll patterns adorn a lot of these items . They are as important as marbles,pot lids and other non bottle items that exist in this forum. Plus no where does a forum for this very collectable glass exist on line. I will start with Lacy Salts in my collection All of the following were made at the Boston and Sandwich Glass Company between 1825 and 1835. The first one is known as a Chariot. This one is in a very rare color Opaque Blue. [attachment=P1120662 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1120669 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1120661 (Large).JPG]
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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    The base upside down bottom of the salt and a close up of the Chariot. [attachment=P1120668 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1120717 (Large).JPG]
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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    The Boston and Sandwich Glass Company Basket Of Flowers. In Bright Emerald Green listed as Unique by Neal. [attachment=P1120866 (Medium).JPG] [attachment=P1120867 (Medium).JPG] [attachment=P1120868 (Medium).JPG]
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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    The Base[attachment=P1120869 (Medium).JPG]
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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    The Boston and Sandwich Glass Company Basket Of Flowers in Opalescent Rare in this color also. [attachment=P1120870 (Medium).JPG][attachment=P1120871 (Medium).JPG] [attachment=P1120872 (Medium).JPG]
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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    Boston and Sandwich Glass Company Lafayette Boat manufactured in 1825 during Lafayette's visit to the United States . The mold maker Misspelled Lafayete with one T. [attachment=P1120895 (Medium).JPG] [attachment=P1120896 (Medium).JPG] [attachment=P1120897 (Medium).JPG]
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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    John Robinson's Pittsburgh based Stourbridge Glass Works 1825 to 1830. [attachment=P1120890 (Medium).JPG][attachment=P1120891 (Medium).JPG] [attachment=P1120892 (Medium).JPG] Robinson's Pittsburgh based Stourbridge Glass Works 1825 to 1830.
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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    This salt was once part of one of the largest American Glass Collection the William Elsholz Collection. [attachment=P1120893 (Medium).JPG] [attachment=P1120894 (Medium).JPG]
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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    More tomorrow I am tired, I cant post like I used to!!

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    Re: Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    Absolute killers, Steve! The color on the green basket of flowers is outstanding.



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