Press Releases tagged with inkwells

The auction will feature a run of Drake's Plantation Bitters, including a green example and a purple variant, both in mint condition.

Antique bottles from coast to coast will be in American Bottle Auctions' online sale, June 29-July 8

Released: June 19, 2018

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – American Bottle Auctions’ next big sale – Auction 65, with bidding set to start on Friday, June 29th and end on Sunday, July 8th – will cater to collectors from coast to coast, with rare and important Western whiskies, rare bitters examples from East and West, soda bottles from Kentucky and Arizona, plus Western, early American and Masonic flasks.   Also offered will be a thorough selection of medicine bottles – Eastern and Western examples – as well as some great teakettle inkwells and master inks that are certain to garner attention. Most American Bottle Auctions...


Brown's Celebrated Indian Queen, a figural bitters bottle that's prevalent but popular, this one a particularly nice color, deeper than the usual lime green ($14,375).

Indian Queen bitters bottle patented in 1868 brings $14,375 at American Bottle Auctions

Released: November 21, 2017

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A rare and beautiful Indian Queen bitters bottle patented in 1868 sold for $14,375 and a Lafayette DeWitt Clinton half-pint lime green flask brought a record $10,925 in Auction #64, an internet and catalog auction that went online October 13th and ended Sunday, October 22nd, by American Bottle Auctions (www.americanbottle.com), based in Sacramento.   The auction featured rare and vintage bottles from across the United States – to include Western and Eastern sodas, bitters, inkwells, whiskeys and more. “This auction had the largest and finest selection of Western so...


Brown's Celebrated Indian Queen, a figural bitters that's prevalent but popular, this one particularly nice in color, deeper than the usual lime green (est.  $5,000-$10,000).

Rare and beautiful vintage bottles will be sold in an online auction, Oct. 13-22

Released: September 11, 2017

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A terrific selection of rare and vintage bottles from across the United States – to include Western and Eastern sodas, bitters, inkwells, whiskeys and more – will be sold in Auction #64, an internet and catalog auction that goes online October 13th and ends on Sunday, October 22nd, by American Bottle Auctions (www.americanbottle.com) of Sacramento.   “This auction will feature the largest and finest selection of Western sodas we’ve ever offered, with many rare one-of-a-kinds,” said Jeff Wichmann, owner of American Bottle Auctions. The centerpiece of the category is...


E.  G.  Booz's Old Cabin Whiskey figural bottle, made by Whitney Glass Works (Glassboro, N.J.), circa 1860-1880 ($4,388).

Dazzling early examples of tableware and freeblown glass lead the way at Heckler's Premier Auction 146

Released: April 03, 2017

WOODSTOCK, Conn. – A pattern molded covered sugar bowl and an early pattern molded pocket bottle, both manufactured by Stiegel’s American Flint Glass Manufactory in Manheim, Pennsylvania sometime between 1763 and 1774, combined to sell for nearly $20,000 in an online-only auction (Premier Auction 146) held March 6-15 by Norman C. Heckler & Company.   The brilliant cobalt blue sugar bowl featured a 16-diamond pattern and a cylindrical bowl flared to the rim, with matching cover having an applied swirled rib finial. The glass quality and clarity were superb, with a strong mold impres...


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