sound like a good scoreAnd here's my early pontils. The "newest" in age and to my collection is the applied handle one. It's British(pretty sure English specifically). It's a utility bottle with a crude and slightly off center applied handle and open pontil from the 1850s. Nice thick found glass, crude in some areas but well made and structurally sound. Little one is New England, 1830s the latest utility, medicine, maybe ink. The Aqua is a great archetypical example of your standard 1840's pontils "puff" medicine, twisted looking neck and crude applied top. The big one is my most expensive. It's a big Danish utility from the 1770s. I got it for )$110 shipped and all, but seen similar European bottles go for close to $500 on the high end. It has an extreme amount of character and is the centerpiece to my early pontils and perhaps my entire collection.