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Charles Ellis & Co Philada. - Bottlesin Bottles
Warburg's Tincture Bottles - Bottlesin Bottles
Dr. Pinkham's Emmenanagogue bottle - Bottlesin Bottles
Old Marbles Part  2 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Cookie Jars Part 4 - Kitchenin Kitchen
Lippitts Specific Bottle - Bottlesin Bottles
Cookie Jars Part 3 - Kitchenin Kitchen
Cookie Jars part 2 - Kitchenin Kitchen
Old Marbles - Art Glassin Art Glass
Cookie Jars - Kitchenin Kitchen


  1. Nice. I hunted agates in Wisconsin. Have a few nice ones.
  2. Think these went with a blue stove. Nice
  3. Nice . We collect pottery and have alot of the Shawnee.
  4. Sierra Vista. Not a yard sale item. Probably a 2 or 3 hundred dollar Jar.
  5. Thanks for looking.
  6. Thanks for looking.
  7. Thanks for looking ya'll. Emmenagogue is one a kool word for meds. Also, Cholagogue .
  8. Thanks for looking
  9. Yeah, learning marbles in one of the tougher collectibles to take on. I use to collect German Handmades and Akro Agate. Now I only collect Slag types.
  10. Thanks, I realized there was an imposter in there. In the first pic top right is a M.F. Christensen Brick. M. F. Christensen went out of business in 1917.
  11. Thanks, the yellow Globe is a Doranne of California.
  12. Thanks for looking.
  13. Thanks Vermont. I've been collecting these since the late 70's. I have about 14 of them. A very tough bottle to get info on.
  14. Thanks ,You must be a fan of Metlox Jars.
  15. Thanks, I've made a lot of shelves over the years. They are bordering all the rooms. Thanks Jewels. I went to the Cookie Jar Museum years ago. I bought an American Bisque Yogi Bear.
  16. Thanks, I have to a section at a time and by the time I work my way around the ones I started with need dusting again.
  17. Seems kinda high tech. I'll just make another post. Thanks
  18. Thanks for looking everyone.
  19. Thanks Dan. Wish I could load more pics.
  20. I recently saw a plain one like yours with no label sell for 70 bucks. I saw a labeled pontilled bottle go for near 800 bucks. These were the 8 ounce size. I saw an amber cylinder sell for near 150 bu...
  21. Thanks for looking.
  22. I can't believe what prices these Anthony bottles are going for lately. Almost makes me want to sell...................Not. LOL
  23. Nice Set. Grease Jar has seen some use.
  24. American Bisque
  25. Doranne of California
  26. Clown is Metlox and the Fish is Doranne of California.
  27. Fredericksburg Art Pottery (FAPCO) 1939-48
  28. These old jars were hand air brushed or cold painted. So , sometimes the workers do a little custom work. I have a couple custom jars and have seen a few. The more obvious creations were brought home...
  29. Kool! Probably 9 out of 10 of these cows get that same horn damage.
  30. Very Nice.
  31. Nice Turn a bout Jar. I think several different ones were made .
  32. From NC
  33. Thanks Ya'll
  34. Thanks for the love ya'll
  35. Thanks for checking them out.
  36. Nice Bank! Called the Bow Pig and made by American Bisque pottery.
  37. I added some pics to show comparison in the Show and Tell section.
  38. The applied lip is where a separate piece of glass was applied to the neck. You can see the division and there is usually drips and glops of glass in that area. You can also feel the ledge inside the ...
  39. Eastman Kodak did have some bottles. Tooled lip embossed 1890 ish ones.
  40. Have not seen that label. Of course I haven't seen the collodian label. The Varnish, Developer etc appear to have had different labels. Which kinda made sense since the same bottle was being used for ...
  41. Thanks, I glad to meet someone else into these type bottles. Kind of a specialized area. I mostly collect pontil meds. I'd love to see some pics of the paperwork you have with your bottle. It's true t...
  42. Nice write up. In my expererience the 1850-1880 collocians were all aqua glass. I have a labeled clear one tooled lip, same mold as yours with a label and is from their 591 address. have not seen the...
  43. Bottle looks 1890's. Is the bottle a tooled lip or applied lip ? To be 1860's it should have his 501 Broadway address. Would love to see pics of the other paper work. Nice bottle. I collect these Ant...
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