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Bottles

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bottle 1800's Vintage German Clay Mineral Water Bottle.
This bottle stands about 11.375 inches tall and has no cracks or repairs, only shallow chipping around the base. One side of the bottle reads, "HERZOGTHUM NASSAU;" above it there is a rampant lion in a circle; it reads, "SELTERS" around it. The opposite side is marked, "HO NUM. 39."
Item BOT2053E  $49.95


bottle One gallon ceramic whiskey jug.
Has a hair lined crack on one side. Otherwise in great condition.
Item BOT2052  $24.95




crock Antique Vintage Western Stoneware Co. One Gallon Crock.
This crock is in very good condition. There seems to be conflicting info on the web on dating this piece. Depending on the source, Monmouth Stoneware Company of Monmouth, Illinois, began operations in 1892-1894. Sometime between 1902 and 1906 it merged with several other potteries to form the Western Stoneware Company, retaining Monmouth's distinctive maple leaf logo, which was used until 1930. One source says the presence of "Co." on the logo indicates it was made before 1906. It stands about 9-1/4 inches tall and measures 5-1/2 inches in diameter. It is in very good condition, though there is a horizontal gash near the upper edge on the side opposite the logo.
Item BOT2025  $44.95


bottle Very Nice Elliman's Royal Embrocation for Horses Bottle.
The front of this bottle reads, "Elliman's Royal Embrocation for Horses Manufactory Slough." Elliman's was located in Slough, England, a little west of London. They also sold the same concoction for humans; it is still sold by Glaxo SmithKline, which purchased what was left of Elliman's. The bottle stands about 7-1/4 inches tall and has a greenish color. One side of the bottom reads "2", the opposite edge reads, "11311." This piece is in good solid condition; all lettering on the side is strong.
Item BOT2024  $19.95


bottle Richmond medicine bottle.
This bottle was excavated in Central Virginia. It
measures approximately 4". It has L.B. Thomas
Apothecary Richmond, Va on the front.
Item BOT2021  $19.95


bottle Richmond medicine bottle.
This medicine bottle was excavated in Central Virginia.
It measures approximately 4-3/4 tall". It has A.E. Johann
Druggest Richmond Va, on the front.
Item BOT2020  $12.95



coke 75th Anniversary Coca Cola.
This commorative bottle has two labels, the one on the front reads Bottled Under Authority Of The Coca Cola Co. Atlanta, Ga. Commemorative Bottle. The label on the back reads Worlds 1st Coca-Cola Bottling Company Chattanooga 1899-1974 75th Anniversary.
Item BOT2014  $75.00

bottle English made Hogarth Wine Bottle.
This beauty was recovered from the Pamunkey River 20 years ago, and we believe it is Circa 1750-1780. It is in beautiful condition, and the bottom shows pontil. It measures 8-1/4" tall and 3.5" in diameter, and there are no chips or dings. This bottle is in store pickup or we can deliver to a show only.
Item BOT2012  $795.00 $595.00

bottle Cathedral Pickle Bottle.
This aqua colored bottle was excavated
in Petersburg, Virginia. It is 9" tall and
has typical air bubbles. There is a
small nodule at the top I believe to
be from usage. This bottle is in store pickup or we can deliver to a show only.
Item BOT2009  $450.00 $145.00