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Here is a list of some of the bottles I currently have for sale. I like to give first shot to the forum members. All bottles are as described and if you purchase anything from me and are not completely happy with your bottle. Feel free to return it for a full refund.

Chris

Lot of two Myers bluing bottles
Embossed MYERS / SPRINKLING / WASHING BLUE / PHILADELPHIA,
Aqua, Smooth Base, 4â€H x 2â€W, BIM, Tooled Lip,
American Circa 1880s, Condition is dug with overall staining but no other
damage.

Embossed MYERS / SPRINKLING / WASHING BLUE / PHILADELPHIA,
Yellow Green, Smooth Base, 4â€H x 2â€W, BIM, Tooled Lip,
American Circa 1880s, Condition is dug with overall staining but no other
damage.
Both bottles $35 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Embossed JACOBY.,
Aqua, Smooth Base, 5â€H x 1 3/4â€W, BIM, Tooled Lip,
American Circa 1870s, Condition is dug with overall staining. And there is a
shallow 1/8 inch flake on the side of the lip. This is a rare insect powder
that I have not seen before.
$20 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Embossed SPARKS' / KIDNEY & LIVER CURE / CAMDEN, N.J.,
Aqua, Smooth Base, 4â€H x 2â€W, BIM, Tooled Lip,
American Circa 1890s, Condition is dug with overall staining. But no other damage.
A scarce little cure bottle.
$20 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Embossed CLARK'S GIANT / BITTERS / PHILADa PA.,
Aqua, Smooth Base, 7â€H x 2 1/4â€W, BIM, Tooled Lip,
American Circa 1880s, Condition is dug with Light staining. But no other damage.
A scarce Bitters bottle.
$45 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Unembossed Pontiled Ink,
Aqua, Open Pontil Base, 1 3/4â€H x 1 1/2â€W, BIM, Large Flared Lip,
American Circa 1850s, Condition is dug with Light staining. But no other damage.
This is a rare form pontiled ink with the biggest flared lip I have ever seen.
If this one doesn't sell I'm happy to keep it.
$95 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Embossed J. McKELLIP,
Aqua, Open pontil Base, 7 3/4â€H x 2 1/4â€W, BIM, Applied Lip,
American Circa 1850s, Condition is about mint with no damage.
A rare pontiled medicine from Tawneytown Maryland.
$225 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Embossed E. WALTON RUSSELL / MINERAL WATERS BALTIe,
Aqua, Smooth Base, 8 3/4â€H x 2 3/4â€W, BIM, Applied Blob Lip,
American Circa 1870s, Condition is dug with some light overall patchy staining.
And there is a 1/4 inch inner lip chip and there is a 1/2 inch shallow base flake and a smaller 1/4 inch base edge flake.
The mentioned damage isn't nearly as bad as it sounds.
This is a super rare Baltimore Tenpin soda with this being the nicest of the two known examples.
This bottle could be as early as 1868 but I believe it more likely dates to the early 1870s
$500 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Embossed P.BABB - BALTo,
Blue Green, Iron Pontil Base with no iron remaining, 8 1/4â€H x 2 1/2â€W, BIM, Applied Double Taper Lip,
American Circa 1850-1857, Condition is dug and professionally cleaned with some minor remaining etching
and there is also a very shallow 1/4 x 1/2 inch flat flake off the side of the upper taper on the balto side.
This flake is not very noticeable. This is the tall lager or champagne beer form that is quite hard to find in good condition.
This example is from my personal collection. Its taken me 7 years to find a nicer example of this bottle.
And that example though undamaged lacks the crudity of this example.
$250 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Embossed C WHITTEMORE / MEAD,
Tan, Smooth Base, 9 1/4â€H x 3 3/4â€W, Hand Thrown, Blob Lip,
American Circa 1860s, Condition is dug with one shallow 1/2 inch base edge flake but no other damage.
A nice philadelphia mead bottle.
$30 plus Priority Mail Shipping.
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Joe,

I have a second one with two very small lip flakes and heavier staining that I'd let go for $20 plus shipping if you're interested.... I will even throw in an aqua one to go with it...

Chris
 

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Chris are you at least keeping the other Ten Pin for your great collection ??
as alwasy great stuff and thanx for the first shot it,
Jim
 

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Joe,
No problem I completely understand that..

Jim,

I used to own the other example of the Walton Russell ten pin but sold it last year. I am trying to limit my soda collection to bottles used before 1870 and I feel that this bottle is a bit newer then that probably 1870-1875 in age. We all have to thin out stuff sometime, Fact of the matter I'm running out of display space again....

Chris
 

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I see, I'd be happy with just the Torp's you own to be honest...good luck..
 

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I am happy with the ones I have... I would like to get examples of all the Baltimore soda molds so I can write a book on them.

Chris
 

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ORIGINAL: baltbottles

I am happy with the ones I have... I would like to get examples of all the Baltimore soda molds so I can write a book on them.

Chris
I see there are two nice Balto Torp's on E-bay right now...
 

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