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Auction Results Related to [stoddard glass bottle flask inkwell pontil]

(79 lots returned)

Scope: Past Auctions

With all the words: stoddard glass

With at least one of the words: bottle flask inkwell pontil

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Stoddard, NH one Pint Flag Flask

Lot 97: Stoddard, NH one Pint Flag Flask

by The Cobbs

January 4, 2014

Peterborough, NH, USA

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Description: Stoddard, NH One Pint Flag Flask, circa 1855-1860, Flask reads, "New Granite Glass Works," over, "Stoddard, NH." The opposite side bears a raised 13 star U.S. flag. Golden amber in color, sheared mouth and pontil scar on its base. Very - good condition with light surface scratching at its base to the right of the flag's pole and on the opposite side at the center of its base with a 1" scratch travelling towards the "N" in N.H., a few light scratches above, "N.H." and "Stoddard." Please see photos for complete condition report.

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TWO GLASS BOTTLES.

Lot 262: TWO GLASS BOTTLES.

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

November 29, 2013

Delaware, OH, USA

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Description: TWO GLASS BOTTLES. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Amber double eagle pint "Granite Glass Co., Stoddard, NH", GII-78, 7.25"h., and an aqua calabash "Jeny Lind" with iron pontil, GI-104. 10"h.

Condition Report: Calabash has iron pontil. Minor interior residue. Approximately half a dozen small blisters one of which is burst on the side. Eagle flask has interior residue 10 point flakes on interior of rim or lip with a few small interior blisters. We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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Collection of Early Smalls

Lot 207A: Collection of Early Smalls

by Ivy Auctions

October 26, 2013

Laurens, SC, USA

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Description: Including: Needham Brothers Repeat folding pocket knife with stag handle, 81/4"L open, 4 3/4"L closed; Stoddard's Ready Reckoner, dated 1851, 3 1/4" x 4 1/4"; gold rimmed spectacles in tin case; two small glass bottles; two glass syringes; vintage ink pens; pocket arithometer; all in as found condition--From the estate of Thomas A. Gandy, Society Hill, SC

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FREE-BLOWN STORAGE JAR

Lot 47: FREE-BLOWN STORAGE JAR

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

September 28, 2013

Mt. Crawford, VA, USA

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Description: FREE-BLOWN STORAGE JAR, deep olive amber, cylindrical form with a gradual shoulder and flared mouth, slight kick-up base with light pontil ring. Similar examples attributed to Stoddard, NH.

Condition Report: Undamaged with normal wear.

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FREE-BLOWN SMALL STORAGE JAR

Lot 2: FREE-BLOWN SMALL STORAGE JAR

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

September 28, 2013

Mt. Crawford, VA, USA

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Description: FREE-BLOWN SMALL STORAGE JAR, olive green, cylindrical form with sharp shoulder, flanged mouth and rough pontil mark. Probably Keene, NH.

Condition Report: Minute flake to shoulder, small potstone with three minute (1/16") fractures, light to moderate exterior wear.

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Important Stoddard New Hampshire Flag Flask 1855-1860.

Lot 131: Important Stoddard New Hampshire Flag Flask 1855-1860.

by The Cobbs

July 6, 2013

Peterborough, NH, USA

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Description: Stoddard New Hampshire Flag Flask, "New Granite Glass Works," very good condition, 1855-1860, golden amber, sheared mouth, pontil scar, pint size, 13 star flag, 7 1/8" tall. Provenance: Temple, NH collection, Richard Morcom collection.

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FREE-BLOWN SMALL STORAGE JAR

Lot 52: FREE-BLOWN SMALL STORAGE JAR

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

May 15, 2013

Mt. Crawford, VA, USA

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Description: FREE-BLOWN SMALL STORAGE JAR, olive green, cylindrical form with sharp shoulder, flanged mouth and rough pontil mark. Probably Keene, NH.

Condition Report: Undamaged with normal exterior wear.

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Antique Stoddard Brown Glass Bottle

Lot 274A: Antique Stoddard Brown Glass Bottle

by Tim's Auctions Inc.

April 6, 2013

Bristol, CT, USA

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Description: Antique Stoddard Brown Glass Bottle, very nice condition. All of our items are from private collections, estates, and or have been in the same families for many, many years. We are asking a very low starting price to increase bidder participation in auction format. This is the reason for offering the items at the starting bids. These items will achieve what their true value is once the bidding opens. Our Cabin Fever Auction is in our 21st year. This is our Sale of all Sales! It takes a full year to put these auction items together to have an auction of this caliber, and this event is held only once a year event!

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(2) MISC. STODDARD GLASS BOTTLES

Lot 199C: (2) MISC. STODDARD GLASS BOTTLES

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

July 29, 2012

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: (2) MISC. STODDARD GLASS BOTTLES: (1) 7 1/2" OLIVE AMBER STODDARD STUBBY BOTTLE (MINOR WEAR) & (1) 7 1/2" MEDIUM AMBER STODDARD INK BOTTLE W/ POURING SPOUT (MINOR WEAR)

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AMERICAN OLIVE GREEN GLASS MASONIC FLASK, ATTRIBUTED TO STODDARD, NEW HAMPSHIRE; AND TWO FREE-BLOWN GLASS BOTTLES, NINETEENTH CENTURY.

Lot 849: AMERICAN OLIVE GREEN GLASS MASONIC FLASK, ATTRIBUTED TO STODDARD, NEW HAMPSHIRE; AND TWO FREE-BLOWN GLASS BOTTLES, NINETEENTH CENTURY.

by Northeast Auctions

May 27, 2012

Portsmouth, NH, USA

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Description: The first McKearin GIV-43, molded with a star and symbols on each side, the initials "AD" on one side for Alexander Delta Arch, and "GRJA" on the other for Grand Royal Jerusalem Arch; the second and third in light green and olive green; t. Heights 8 1/4, 8 5/8 and 7 1/4 inches.

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LOT (2) NEW ENGLAND FLASK BOTTLES

Lot 1B: LOT (2) NEW ENGLAND FLASK BOTTLES

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

March 31, 2012

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: LOT (2) NEW ENGLAND FLASK BOTTLES: (1) 6 1/2" GOLDEN YELLOW AMBER POCKET FLASK W/ DOUBLE COLLAR-MARKED L.G. CO. (LYDENBORO GLASS CO.) & (1) 7 3/8" LIGHT AMBER STODDARD PATENT FLASK W/ SMOOTH BASE & DOUBLE COLLAR

Condition Report: HIGH POINT WEAR

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TWO NEW HAMPSHIRE BLOWN MOLDED OLIVE AMBER 'EAGLE - CORNUCOPIA' HISTORICAL GLASS FLASKS, PROBABLY KEENE MARLBORO ST. GLASSWORKS, 1830-50; AND AN OLIVE AMBER 'DOUBLE EAGLE' HALF PINT FLASK, PROBABLY GRANITE GLASS WORKS, STODDARD, NEW HAMPSHIRE,
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6 7/8

Lot 221: 6 7/8" BROWN AMBER STODDARD NH-GRANITE GLASS CO. FLASK

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

January 8, 2012

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 6 7/8" BROWN AMBER STODDARD NH-GRANITE GLASS CO. PINT FLASK W/ LIP W/ ROUND COLLAR & LOWER BARREL W/ SMOOTH BASE-EMBOSSED STODDARD NH ON FRONT & GRANITE GLASS CO. ON BACK (GXV-7)

Condition Report: MINOR WEAR

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4 1/2

Lot 202: 4 1/2" NEW ENGLAND OLVE GREEN FREEBLOWN SNUFF BOTTLE

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

January 8, 2012

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 4 1/2" NEW ENGLAND OLIVE GREEN FREEBLOWN GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE W/ APPLIED THREAD LIP & OPEN PONTIL (POSSIBLY KEENE/STODDARD GLASS)

Condition Report: DRIED CONTENT STAINS, MINOR WEAR

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8 1/4

Lot 201: 8 1/4" NEW ENGLAND GOLDEN AMBER FREEBLOWN MILK BOWL

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

January 8, 2012

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 8 1/4" NEW ENGLAND GOLDEN AMBER FREEBLOWN GLASS MILK BOWL W/ ROLLED EDGE RIM & OPEN PONTIL (POSSIBLY STODDARD OR COVENTRY GLASS)

Condition Report: NICE EXAMPLE, SMALL BURST BUBBLE ON INNER RIM BUT OVERALL IN FINE CONDITION W/ MINOR WEAR

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STODDARD SHOE BLACKING BOTTLE

Lot 94: STODDARD SHOE BLACKING BOTTLE

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

July 31, 2011

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 4 7/8" LIGHT OLIVE GREEN SHOE BLACKING BOTTLE W/ OPEN PONTIL & PLAIN LIP (ATTRIBUTED TO GRANITE GLASS, STODDARD NH)(4 7/8" T X 1 1/2" X 1 1/2")

Condition Report: MINOR WEAR & CONTENTS TAINS

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STODDARD C.C. DOTY & CO. OVAL BOTTLE

Lot 36: STODDARD C.C. DOTY & CO. OVAL BOTTLE

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

July 31, 2011

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 8 1/4" AMBER OVAL BOTTLE EMBOSSED "C.C. DOTY & CO." (ATTRIBUTED TO STODDARD GLASS CO.)

Condition Report: DRIED CONTENT STAINS, MINOR WEAR, OLD CORK

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UNUSUAL 3 7/8

Lot 119: UNUSUAL 3 7/8" FREE BLOWN SHOT GLASS

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

May 1, 2011

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: AMBER SHOT GLASS W/ MEASURE LINE, TOOLED LIP & OPEN PONTIL (3 7/8" T X 1 3/4" DIA.)(SIMILAR STODDARD EXAMPLE IN A RARE COLLECTION KEENE & STODDARD BOOK-PLATE 3, TOP ROW, 4TH ITEM FROM LEFT (SHOWN IN BOOK EX-UPTON COLLECTION)

Condition Report: MADE FROM MEDICINE BOTTLE, MANY BUBBLES IN GLASS, MINOR WEAR

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7 1/4

Lot 13: 7 1/4" STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

May 1, 2011

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: OLIVE AMBER STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK W/ EMBOSSED OVALS MARKED GRANITE GLASS CO. & STODDARD NH ON REVERSE W/ PLAIN LIP & OPEN PONTIL (GII-81)

Condition Report: VERY MINOR HIGH POINT WEAR

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RARE 5 9/16

Lot 11B: RARE 5 9/16" STODDARD BLOWN GLASS PITCHER

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

May 1, 2011

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: MEDIUM AMBER STODDARD BULBOUS FORM BLOWN GLASS PITCHER W/ TAPERED & FLARED NECK & COLLAR W/ 9 APPLIED THREADED RINGS AT TOP W/ PINCHED LIP, APPLIED TAPERED STRAP HANDLE W/ CENTER RIDGE & RIBBON CURLED END W/ OPEN LOOPED CLOSED END ON A ROUND PEDESTAL FOOTED BASE W/ OPEN PONTIL (SIMILAR EXAMPLE (EXCLUDING THE LILY PAD DECORATION) ON COVER OF "A RARE COLLECTION OF KEENE & STODDARD GLASS" BY LYMAN & SALLY LANE & JOAN PAPPAS)(EX-BENNINGTON MUSEUM W/ ACCESSION TAG #748 ON BASE)

Condition Report: REPAIRED, ALL PCS. PRESENT & ORIGINAL (PITCHER WAS IN 3 PCS. & HANDLE IN 3 PCS.-REASSEMBLED & REPAIRED)- GREAT RARITY & SHELF PC., STILL SHOWS & DISPLAYS NICELY (AS IS)

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7 1/4

Lot 30C: 7 1/4" STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE BOTTLE FLASK

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

January 9, 2011

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 7 1/4" STODDARD OLIVE AMBER DOUBLE EAGLE PINT FLASK W/ OVALS EMBOSSED STODDARD NH & GRANITE GLASS CO. ON REVERSE W/ PLAIN LIP & OPEN PONTIL (GRANITE GLASS CO. STODDARD NH)(GII-81)

Condition Report: MINOR HIGH POINT WEAR, SMALL CHIP IN TOP LIP IN MAKING

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PR. STODDARD GLASS FARLEY INK BOTTLES

Lot 44E: PR. STODDARD GLASS FARLEY INK BOTTLES

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

October 31, 2010

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: PR. 1 3/4" LIGHT AMBER 8-SIDED STODDARD GLASSWORKS FARLEY INK BOTTLES W/ OPEN PONTILS

Condition Report: BOTH AS IS W/ SIGNIFICANT LIP CHIPS, OTHERWISE NICE

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BLOWN AMBER GLASS PITCHER ATTRIBUTED TO STODDARD GLASS WORKS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Applied handle. Crimpled foot. Broken pontil. Height 7...

Lot 94: BLOWN AMBER GLASS PITCHER ATTRIBUTED TO STODDARD GLASS WORKS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Applied handle. Crimpled foot. Broken pontil. Height 7...

by Eldred's

November 20, 2009

East Dennis, MA, USA

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Description: BLOWN AMBER GLASS PITCHER ATTRIBUTED TO STODDARD GLASS WORKS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Second Quarter of the 19th Century Applied handle. Crimpled foot. Broken pontil. Height 7".

Condition Report: Nice wear to high points of underside of foot.. Good condition with no breaks or restoration noted. The absence of a condition report does NOT imply that an an object is free of defects or restoration. Please contact Eldred's before bidding with any questions as to condition. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact. Condition reports only detail flaws or restorations and do not take into account wear, fading, or other issues consistent with an object's age.

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9 3/8

Lot 7C: 9 3/8" STODDARD GLASS CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING WATER BOTTLE

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

November 1, 2009

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 9 3/8" STODDARD GLASS CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING WATER BOTTLE - AMBER STODDARD GLASSWORKS QUART CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING WATER BOTTLE W/ TAPERED COLLA5R W/ RING BENEATH-EMBOSSED CONGRESS & EMPIRE SPRING CO. SARATOGA NY W/ "E" IN MIDDLE & EMBOSSED "2" ON BASE

Condition Report: MINOR WEAR, CONTENT STAINS

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7 1/2

Lot 7B: 7 1/2" STODDARD GLASS STAR SPRING WATER BOTTLE

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

November 1, 2009

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 7 1/2" STODDARD GLASS STAR SPRING WATER BOTTLE - AMBER STODDARD GLASSWORKS PINT STAR SPRING WATER BOTTLE W/ TAPERED COLLAR W/ RING BENEATH & 2 DOTS ON BASE-EMBOSSED STAR SPRING CO. SARATOGA NY W/ STAR CENTER

Condition Report: MINOR WEAR

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7 1/2

Lot 5A: 7 1/2" STODDARD GLASS DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

November 1, 2009

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 7 1/2" STODDARD GLASS DOUBLE EAGLE FLASK - YELLOW OLIVE GRANITE GLASSWORKS STODDARD DOUBLE EAGLE PINT FLASK (GII-84) W/ OPEN PONTIL

Condition Report: MINOR HIGH POINT WEAR

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7 1/8

Lot 1: 7 1/8" STODDARD GLASS SIDE SEAM FLASK

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

November 1, 2009

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: 7 1/8" STODDARD GLASS SIDE SEAM FLASK - AMBER STODDARD GLASS SIDE SEAM PINT FLASK W/ SMOOTH BASE & APPLIED DOUBLE COLLAR

Condition Report: MINOR WEAR

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STODDARD GLASS PATENT BOTTLE FLASK

Lot 200C: STODDARD GLASS PATENT BOTTLE FLASK

by The Gallery at Knotty Pine

July 26, 2009

West Swanzey, NH, USA

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Description: STODDARD GLASS PATENT BOTTLE FLASK - 7 1/2" AMBER PINT STODDARD PATENT FLASK W/ SEAM SIDE & MOLD DOT IN CENTER W/ DOUBLE APPLIED COLLAR

Condition Report: MINOR WEAR, OVERALL GOOD CONDITION

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4 Blown Mold Eagle Flasks, Varying Color

Lot 153: 4 Blown Mold Eagle Flasks, Varying Color

by Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals

2013

USA

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Description: 4 blown mold eagle glass flasks. Item 1: Dark olive green blown glass flask with eagle and shield on one side and cornucopia verso, attributed to Stoddard N.H. glass works, vertical stress ribs, plain lip and rough pontil. 6 7/8" height. Item 2: Aqua blue bottle with eagle on one side, grape cluster on other side. Plain lip and rough pontil mark. 7 1/2" height. Item 3: Colorless flask with eagle in flight carrying banner on one side, clasping hands in a shield on other side with the words UNION above shield. Molded lip. 5 7/8" height. Item 4: Amber flask with eagle in flight carrying banner on one side, clasping hands in a shield on other side. Molded lip. 6 1/8" height. All 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK.

Condition Report: Item 1: excellent. Item 2: excellent. Item 3: fleabite nick to top of rim edge. Item 4: excellent condition.

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Three Historical Blown-molded Glass Masonic Flasks, early to mid-19th century, the first two made at Keene, New Hampshire including a p

Lot 615: Three Historical Blown-molded Glass Masonic Flasks, early to mid-19th century, the first two made at Keene, New Hampshire including a p

by Skinner

2012

USA

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Description: Three Historical Blown-molded Glass Masonic Flasks, early to mid-19th century, the first two made at Keene, New Hampshire including a pint-size aqua flask depicting several Masonic symbols with arch and columns, the reverse with eagle and banner over "IP" in an oval (McKearin GIV-1); an amber half-pint flask with arch and columns on one side and eagle, banner and blank oval on the reverse (McKearin GIV-25), and an amber pint flask with All-seeing Eye in a Star and Flexed Arm in a Star, Stoddard, New Hampshire, one side with the raised letters "AD," the other side with "GR JA," (McKearin GIV-43), (very minor high point wear), ht. 7 5/8, 6 1/4, 7 3/8 in.

Condition Report: All flasks with minor high point wear, and minor light scratches; amber pint flask with All-seeing Eye in a Star and Flexed Arm in a Star: in the making has a fold line in the glass going at slight angle through the "GRJA" letters, the interior shows a conforming raised area.

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Olive Amber Blown Molded Glass Inkwell, Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, 1820-40, or Stoddard Glassworks, St...

Lot 810: Olive Amber Blown Molded Glass Inkwell, Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, 1820-40, or Stoddard Glassworks, St...

by Skinner

2012

USA

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Description: Olive Amber Blown Molded Glass Inkwell, Keene Marlboro Street Glass Works, Keene, New Hampshire, 1820-40, or Stoddard Glassworks, Stoddard, New Hampshire, 1840-73, in Ribbed Diamond pattern with applied rim disk, ht. 1 1/2, dia. 2 1/4 in. Literature: McKearin, plate 107-3, GIII-29.

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Olive-amber All-seeing Eye in a Star and Flexed Arm in a Star Historical Glass Flask, Stoddard, New Hampshire, glass house, 1842-50,...

Lot 387: Olive-amber All-seeing Eye in a Star and Flexed Arm in a Star Historical Glass Flask, Stoddard, New Hampshire, glass house, 1842-50,...

by Skinner

2012

USA

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Description: Olive-amber All-seeing Eye in a Star and Flexed Arm in a Star Historical Glass Flask, Stoddard, New Hampshire, glass house, 1842-50, pint flask with sheared mouth and pontil scar, one side with the raised letters "AD," the other side with "GR JA," McKearin GIV-43, (areas of light high point wear), ht. 7 1/4 in.

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L50 LARGE LOT COLLECTIBLE MINIATURE MINI GLASS MEDICINE BOTTLES COLORS CURES

Lot 50: L50 LARGE LOT COLLECTIBLE MINIATURE MINI GLASS MEDICINE BOTTLES COLORS CURES

by Estate Road Show Auctions LLC

2012

USA

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Description: We are pleased to offer this giant lot of multicolored modern vintage Mini Glass Bottles. These bottles from 1970s and up are in excellent condition, many still have their corks. Collectible embossed Wheaton Glass medicine and cure bottles and more, this colorful lot is ready to display. TEN bottles for your bid including a Liberty Bell shape, Amethyst, Blue bottle and more!! REFERENCES UTILIZED: Kovels Complete Bottle Price List by Ralph & Terry Kovel; On The Trail of Stoddard Glass by Anne E. Field; Glass,Bottles, Lamps & Other Objects by Jane Shadel Spillman;

Condition Report: Great

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L144 FIGURAL 4 BOTTLES RAT MOUSE SHAPED BRITISH BOBBIE TALC DOG KEWPIE CLD PAINT

Lot 144: L144 FIGURAL 4 BOTTLES RAT MOUSE SHAPED BRITISH BOBBIE TALC DOG KEWPIE CLD PAINT

by Estate Road Show Auctions LLC

2012

USA

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Description: We are pleased to offer this fun lot of Vintage Figural Bottles. You will receive the British Bobby on the left with his cold painted detail surviving in excellent condition. He is dwarfed by a large dog bottle holding talc and to the right of the dog a clear Kewpie with nice detailing on a screw off black plastic base. Finally, a large embossed figural rat (or mouse?) bottle with a screw cap at the rear, an unusual motif- in antique bottles this style would have held rat poison- this bottle is not antique but it is certainly a nifty find for an eagle eyed buyer this week!! All four bottles are in very good to excellent condition and of varied vintage from mid-century forward. REFERENCES UTILIZED: 400 Trademarks on Glass by Arthur G. Peterson; Kovels Complete Bottle Price List by Ralph & Terry Kovel; On The Trail of Stoddard Glass by Anne E. Field; Glass,Bottles, Lamps & Other Objects by Jane Shadel Spillman

Condition Report: minor wear

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L134 5PCE VTG FIGURAL PERFUME BOTTLES COTTAGE ANTIQUE PHONE DUCK DRAGONFLY

Lot 134: L134 5PCE VTG FIGURAL PERFUME BOTTLES COTTAGE ANTIQUE PHONE DUCK DRAGONFLY

by Estate Road Show Auctions LLC

2012

USA

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Description: We are pleased to offer this lot group of FIVE Figural Perfume and Scent Bottles. A Snow Covered Country Cottage starts us off on the left side. A labeled antique Telephone Bottle is next in very nice condition. The next bottles are matching with silver over clear decoration in wildlife themes with a dragonfly and jumping fish. The final bottle is a humorous Yellow Duck in an oversized black Derby hat. Some bottles still contain scent. All bottles shown are in very good to excellent condition. REFERENCES UTILIZED: 400 Trademarks on Glass by Arthur G. Peterson; Kovels Complete Bottle Price List by Ralph & Terry Kovel; On The Trail of Stoddard Glass by Anne E. Field; Glass,Bottles, Lamps & Other Objects by Jane Shadel Spillman

Condition Report: very minor wear

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L365 ANTIQUE BOTTLE COLLECTION MEDICINE TINTED WARREN W RUMFORD TONIC EMBOSSED

Lot 365: L365 ANTIQUE BOTTLE COLLECTION MEDICINE TINTED WARREN W RUMFORD TONIC EMBOSSED

by Estate Road Show Auctions LLC

2011

USA

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Description: We have a super collection of antique medicine flasks and bottles, a total of five for your one bid. Bottles shown in first image, ranging from clear glass to light blue and on the far right an olive green colored bottle. Some bottles are embossed - the green bottle on the far right has a stylized and prominant W on the front. The flask in the center of the photo is a Dr. Warrens - embossed on the bottom and sides with additional embossed lettering reading W Rumford Chemical Works Tonic Cordial Cincinati O All bottles are in very good condition, the tallest measures 8.75 inches high. REFERENCES UTILIZED: 400 Trademarks on Glass by Arthur G. Peterson; Kovels Complete Bottle Price List by Ralph & Terry Kovel; On The Trail of Stoddard Glass by Anne E. Field; Glass,Bottles, Lamps & Other Objects by Jane Shadel Spillman

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AMERICAN GLASS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF SIX

Lot 257: AMERICAN GLASS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF SIX

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

2011

USA

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Description: AMERICAN GLASS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF SIX, including "Pittsburgh Glass" by Innes, "On the Trail of Stoddard Glass" by Field, and "Yankee Glass, A History of Glassmaking in New Hampshire, 1790-1886" by the Yankee Bottle Club, along with three other titles. Hard and soft covers.

Condition Report: Fine condition, Innes is ex-lib but with only the usual markings and minimal wear.

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FREE-BLOWN TURTLE WHIMSY

Lot 442: FREE-BLOWN TURTLE WHIMSY

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

2011

USA

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Description: FREE-BLOWN TURTLE WHIMSY, deep amber, pulled neck with upturned head, four pulled feet and a pulled tail, two raised dimples and small rough pontil mark on shell. Along with a piece of glass slag tagged as being excavated at South Stoddard. Two pieces total. Stoddard, NH and other bottle glass houses.

Condition Report: Loss to the tip of one foot, otherwise undamaged.

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GRANITE GLASS CO. with STODDARD N.H. on reverse.

Lot 225: GRANITE GLASS CO. with STODDARD N.H. on reverse.

by American Bottle Auctions

2011

USA

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Description: GRANITE GLASS CO. with STODDARD N.H. on reverse. Pint. Sheared lip, pontil. GXV-7. Here's a fine looking flask in a pretty standard Stoddard amber. There is some minor wear and a few scratches but generally this is a pretty one. Lots of whittle and character to the glass, give this one a look. Grades a 9.3. Est. $200-300. MB $200.

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[ BOTTLES ]

Lot 346: [ BOTTLES ]

by American Bottle Auctions

2010

USA

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Description: GRANITE GLASS CO STODDARD NH. GXV-7 with sheared lip and pontil, pint. Here's a terrific example of this well-known flask. Great color and loads of tiny bubbles and whittle. Grades a 9.7.

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Copy Book of Colonel Isaac Craig, Fort Pitt, 1801-1811

Lot 337: Copy Book of Colonel Isaac Craig, Fort Pitt, 1801-1811

by Cowan's Auctions

2010

USA

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Description: Copy Book of Colonel Isaac Craig, Fort Pitt, 1801-1811377pp. Isaac Craig arrived in Pittsburgh with the Army at about the time of the American Revolution and at different points, he served as commandant at Fort Pitt and Deputy to Quartermaster General James O'Hara (1792-1796). From their positions of influence, Craig and O'Hara became active speculators, most famously founding the Pittsburgh Glass Works in 1797 (also called the O'Hara Glass Works), the first glass firm in a region that became nationally famous for glass manufacture. Surviving for more than eighty years, the PGW made bottles and window glass. Isaac Craig's letterbook has survived remarkably, including retained copies of outgoing business correspondence relating to Craig's work for the military and to the early years of operation of the Pittsburgh Glass Works. The letterbook contains important information on military procurement and work of the quartermaster's office, and it includes correspondence addressed to a number of high-placed military figures, such as James Wilkinson, Henry Dearborn, Caleb Swan, William Irvine, and John Hamtramck. The reach of the letterbook is impressive: because of its strategic location, Pittsburgh provided material to Army posts stretching from Detroit to Presque Isle to Mobile. A number of letters relate to setting and managing contracts to supply the Army. From the look of things, it appears that contractors in 1805 weren't much better than those in 2005. One letter, for example, relates to a quantity of iron being destined for Niagara for Carriages of Mortars and Howitzers &c at that post, that had been rejected as unfit: The rejected Bars are here subject to your order, Craig wrote, being in a state very little different from Pig Iron -- indeed the whole of the Iron comes far short of the quality expressed in my contract with Mr. Meason... Other letters are more matter of fact, include setting a contract with John Probst of Westmorland Furnace for the manufacture of three set of gun carriage trucks, and to 600 3lb and 5600 four lb shot, which together with 200 of the 24 lb, 200 of the 12 lb and 200 of 9 lb shot contracted for to be delivered at Le Boeuf... Other letters concern the transport of two Keel Boats loaded with Indian goods to the Mobile River cantonment. Craig was regularly occupied with contracts for providing clothing and other accoutrements. Interspersed with the military correspondence, and quite often interrelated, is a smaller number of letters that maps out the early industrial history of one of the nation's most industrialized cities, with a focus on the early years of operation of the Pittsburgh Glass Works. In one of the earliest letters in the book, addressed to Edward Edsall, April 18, 1801, Craig wrote: our glass works are now on blast but that our engagement with the glass makers will expire on the first of June next and that from that time we wish to change the mode of carrying on that business. Edsall, an experienced glass worker, was an attractive target for Craig: The character given of you by Mr. Wrenshall induces me to believe that you would be a proper person to have the superintendance of that manufactory.... I believe the present glass blowers can be retained at least four of them, who are good industrious men -- Materials of almost all kinds are very conveniently procured and the Glass Works situate on the banks of a fine navigable river so near an excellent coal mine that one old Horse is able to haul more than one hundred bushels of coal per day from the Coal pit to the Glass house.... Using their military connections, O'Hara and Craig shipped glass to military posts in the interior, but their connections extended to the east as well. On Dec. 11, 1802, for example, he asked George Cochran to visit the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia and Call upon Christian Hartmann or the principal manager to know if he or they will be so obliging as to spare a few Barrels of Burdentown Pot Clay... Our Glass works are a going on well & a great demand for Glass but we are apprehensive that we have not a sufficiency of clay to keep the Furnace in blast during the winter... Clearly, not everything was smooth sailing. Eight months later, Craig complained: With respect to our Glass Manufactory the establishment of it has been attained with much greater expence than we had estimated. This has been occasioned partly by very extensive buildings necessaryly erected to accommodate a number of people employed on the manufactory together with their families & partly by the ignorance of some people in whose skill of that business we reposed too much confidence. A scarcity of some of the materials at the commencement of the manufactory was also attended with considerable expence... The letterbook touches on a variety of other significant issues. As the Louisiana Purchase was being debated in Congress, for example, Craig passed along a rumor he had heard: The people of this Country are in Gineral Clamerous against Congress on account of their indecision on the New Orleans Business. An association it is said is talked in Kentucky for raising Forces together with French sufficient for taking Possession of & holding Orleans should Congress neglect a prompt decision... To Edward Turner, April 17, 1803: he wrote: Your negro man Toby was brought to me in consequence of your advertisement and agreeable thereto I paid the man that brought him, 15 dols. the reward and 5 dols. his expences in bringing him from the East side of the mountains & place him in charge of Andrew Robinson in jail where he continues waiting for an opportunity of sending him to you... I furnished the negro with two blankets and am obliged to pay two dollars a week for his board... Capt Stoddard is preparing to embark with his company for Kaskaskia it is possible that I may prevail on him to take the Negro to Massac there to await the arrival of Capt. Mulingburgh. Finally, given that this is a piece of early western Americana, there had to be a place for sharpers and cheats. One letter concerns Craig's effort to track down a Dr. Cornwell: It appears that the Doctor after resigning proceed to New Orleans and there opened a Coffee house and which he improved into a Gaming house, in which he had such success that in a few months he amassed upwards of six thousand dollars -- being then it is said apprehensive, fortune might jilt him, sold off his effects and returned to Virginia... and as his conduct towards me has much the appearance of swindling, I have to beg of you to endeavor to find him and treat him in the manner his conduct merits... Craig eventually did manage to get a stop placed on payment to Cornwell for money owed him by the government. Fascinating and important documentation of the early relationship between military procurement and industrialization. Bound volume with stenciled covers, split along spine into separate signatures, but all parts present.

Condition Report: Some foxing throughout and minor erosion at edge of some pages, but good condition overall.

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[ BOTTLE ]

Lot 228: [ BOTTLE ]

by American Bottle Auctions

2010

USA

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Description: FREEBLOWN VASE with pontil. 8 ½" high. What a beautiful vase, this appears to be something we'd see out of Stoddard or Keene. This one leans a little and has a rather large fired pontil. The color is a rich yellowish olive and aside from the glass blower's imperfections, this one is about perfect. Grade: 9.7.

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TWO BLOWN-MOLDED PRESERVE OR PICKLE BOTTLES

Lot 370: TWO BLOWN-MOLDED PRESERVE OR PICKLE BOTTLES

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

2010

USA

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Description: TWO BLOWN-MOLDED PRESERVE OR PICKLE BOTTLES, olive amber, comprised of a tall cylindrical example with ten panels on the shoulder and neck, and an applied mouth with lower collar, along with a square eight-lobe example with a rolled mouth, both with a concave base. First attributed by family history to the Willington Glass Works, West Willington, CT; second attributed to the New Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH.

Condition Report: Tall example undamaged with a few light scratches and minor wear; second with a 3 in. crack to one corner.

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GII-78 DOUBLE EAGLE PICTORIAL FLASK

Lot 340: GII-78 DOUBLE EAGLE PICTORIAL FLASK

by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates

2010

USA

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Description: GII-78 DOUBLE EAGLE PICTORIAL FLASK, olive green, quart, plain reserve on each side, plain lip, rough pontil mark. Attributed to the Granite Glass Works, Stoddard, NH.

Condition Report: Undamaged with just a hint of high-point wear, some interior dirt.

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Bottle: STODDARD TYPE UTILITARIAN BOTTLE with

Lot 216: Bottle: STODDARD TYPE UTILITARIAN BOTTLE with

by American Bottle Auctions

2010

USA

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Description: Bottle: STODDARD TYPE UTILITARIAN BOTTLE with early flared lip and pontil. 5 ½". A nice little example here of a simple but very pretty and early American glass, most likely Stoddard. Grades about a 9.4.

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NEW ENGLAND

Lot 788: NEW ENGLAND " DOUBLE EAGLE" OLIVE AMBER GLASS PINT FLASK, GRANITE GLASS WORKS, STODDARD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1846-60.

by Northeast Auctions

2009

USA

Description: NEW ENGLAND " DOUBLE EAGLE" OLIVE AMBER GLASS PINT FLASK, GRANITE GLASS WORKS, STODDARD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1846-60. Helen McKearin and Kenneth M. Wilson, " American Bottles & Flasks and Their Ancestry," GII-82. Height 7 1/2 ; inches.

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NEW ENGLAND

Lot 786: NEW ENGLAND " DOUBLE EAGLE" OLIVE AMBER GLASS HALF-PINT FLASK, PROBABLY GRANITE GLASS WORKS, STODDARD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1846-60.

by Northeast Auctions

2009

USA

Description: NEW ENGLAND " DOUBLE EAGLE" OLIVE AMBER GLASS HALF-PINT FLASK, PROBABLY GRANITE GLASS WORKS, STODDARD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 1846-60. Helen McKearin and Kenneth M. Wilson, " American Bottles & Flasks and Their Ancestry," GII-86. Height 6 1/4; inches.

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Copy Book of Colonel Isaac Craig, Fort Pitt, 1801-1811,

Lot 73: Copy Book of Colonel Isaac Craig, Fort Pitt, 1801-1811,

by Cowan's Auctions

2009

USA

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Description: Copy Book of Colonel Isaac Craig, Fort Pitt, 1801-1811,: 377pp. Isaac Craig arrived in Pittsburgh with the Army at about the time of the American Revolution and at different points, he served as commandant at Fort Pitt and Deputy to Quartermaster General James O'Hara (1792-1796). From their positions of influence, Craig and O'Hara became active speculators, most famously founding the Pittsburgh Glass Works in 1797 (also called the O'Hara Glass Works), the first glass firm in a region that became nationally famous for glass manufacture. Surviving for more than eighty years, the PGW made bottles and window glass. Isaac Craig's letterbook has survived remarkably, including retained copies of outgoing business correspondence relating to Craig's work for the military and to the early years of operation of the Pittsburgh Glass Works. The letterbook contains important information on military procurement and work of the quartermaster's office, and it includes correspondence addressed to a number of high-placed military figures, such as James Wilkinson, Henry Dearborn, Caleb Swan, William Irvine, and John Hamtramck. The reach of the letterbook is impressive: because of its strategic location, Pittsburgh provided material to Army posts stretching from Detroit to Presque Isle to Mobile. A number of letters relate to setting and managing contracts to supply the Army. From the look of things, it appears that contractors in 1805 weren't much better than those in 2005. One letter, for example, relates to a quantity of iron being destined for Niagara for Carriages of Mortars and Howitzers &c at that post, that had been rejected as unfit: The rejected Bars are here subject to your order, Craig wrote, being in a state very little different from Pig Iron -- indeed the whole of the Iron comes far short of the quality expressed in my contract with Mr. Meason... Other letters are more matter of fact, include setting a contract with John Probst of Westmorland Furnace for the manufacture of three set of gun carriage trucks, and to 600 3lb and 5600 four lb shot, which together with 200 of the 24 lb, 200 of the 12 lb and 200 of 9 lb shot contracted for to be delivered at Le Boeuf... Other letters concern the transport of two Keel Boats loaded with Indian goods to the Mobile River cantonment. Craig was regularly occupied with contracts for providing clothing and other accoutrements. Interspersed with the military correspondence, and quite often interrelated, is a smaller number of letters that maps out the early industrial history of one of the nation's most industrialized cities, with a focus on the early years of operation of the Pittsburgh Glass Works. In one of the earliest letters in the book, addressed to Edward Edsall, April 18, 1801, Craig wrote: our glass works are now on blast but that our engagement with the glass makers will expire on the first of June next and that from that time we wish to change the mode of carrying on that business. Edsall, an experienced glass worker, was an attractive target for Craig: The character given of you by Mr. Wrenshall induces me to believe that you would be a proper person to have the superintendance of that manufactory.... I believe the present glass blowers can be retained at least four of them, who are good industrious men -- Materials of almost all kinds are very conveniently procured and the Glass Works situate on the banks of a fine navigable river so near an excellent coal mine that one old Horse is able to haul more than one hundred bushels of coal per day from the Coal pit to the Glass house.... Using their military connections, O'Hara and Craig shipped glass to military posts in the interior, but their connections extended to the east as well. On Dec. 11, 1802, for example, he asked George Cochran to visit the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia and Call upon Christian Hartmann or the principal manager to know if he or they will be so obliging as to spare a few Barrels of Burdentown Pot Clay... Our Glass works are a going on well & a great demand for Glass but we are apprehensive that we have not a sufficiency of clay to keep the Furnace in blast during the winter... Clearly, not everything was smooth sailing. Eight months later, Craig complained: With respect to our Glass Manufactory the establishment of it has been attained with much greater expence than we had estimated. This has been occasioned partly by very extensive buildings necessaryly erected to accommodate a number of people employed on the manufactory together with their families & partly by the ignorance of some people in whose skill of that business we reposed too much confidence. A scarcity of some of the materials at the commencement of the manufactory was also attended with considerable expence... The letterbook touches on a variety of other significant issues. As the Louisiana Purchase was being debated in Congress, for example, Craig passed along a rumor he had heard: The people of this Country are in Gineral Clamerous against Congress on account of their indecision on the New Orleans Business. An association it is said is talked in Kentucky for raising Forces together with French sufficient for taking Possession of & holding Orleans should Congress neglect a prompt decision... To Edward Turner, April 17, 1803: he wrote: Your negro man Toby was brought to me in consequence of your advertisement and agreeable thereto I paid the man that brought him, 15 dols. the reward and 5 dols. his expences in bringing him from the East side of the mountains & place him in charge of Andrew Robinson in jail where he continues waiting for an opportunity of sending him to you... I furnished the negro with two blankets and am obliged to pay two dollars a week for his board... Capt Stoddard is preparing to embark with his company for Kaskaskia it is possible that I may prevail on him to take the Negro to Massac there to await the arrival of Capt. Mulingburgh. Finally, given that this is a piece of early western Americana, there had to be a place for sharpers and cheats. One letter concerns Craig's effort to track down a Dr. Cornwell: It appears that the Doctor after resigning proceed to New Orleans and there opened a Coffee house and which he improved into a Gaming house, in which he had such success that in a few months he amassed upwards of six thousand dollars -- being then it is said apprehensive, fortune might jilt him, sold off his effects and returned to Virginia... and as his conduct towards me has much the appearance of swindling, I have to beg of you to endeavor to find him and treat him in the manner his conduct merits... Craig eventually did manage to get a stop placed on payment to Cornwell for money owed him by the government. Fascinating and important documentation of the early relationship between military procurement and industrialization. Bound volume with stenciled covers, split along spine into separate signatures, but all parts present.

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SET OF THREE EARLY STOUTS. Approximately 6 ¾

Lot 171: SET OF THREE EARLY STOUTS. Approximately 6 ¾"It's

by American Bottle Auctions

2008

USA

Description: SET OF THREE EARLY STOUTS. Approximately 6 ¾"It's not unusual to find these early 3-piece stouts, basically attributable to Stoddard or any number of glass houses that were producing utility bottles during that period. One of these is pictured in Pappas- plate 8. These also came from the grouping of very early eastern bottles. All three are in super condition and grade an 8+. Two are green with one being amber. They don't appear pontiled, two having dots in the center base.

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PAIR OF STODDARD SALTS. 2

Lot 170: PAIR OF STODDARD SALTS. 2" high with the larger

by American Bottle Auctions

2008

USA

Description: PAIR OF STODDARD SALTS. 2" high with the larger being 2 3/8" wide, the other being 2 ¼" wide. We received a few pieces from a gentleman back east, which included the celery vase and a few of the other early pieces and were impressed by these early Stoddard salts. One is actually pictured in Pappas, plate 2 at the bottom. The smaller of the two is an olive green with a pontil and it has a 2" crack running through it. The other larger example has a pontil, good base wear and is in perfect condition. This is wonderful early glass. It is believed these were made between 1842-73. A wonderful pair of early Stoddard Salts. Perfect example grades about 7+ and the cracked one speaks for itself.

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