$ 34.94 $ 59.95
2 vintage train engine-shaped, pressed clear glass candy containers - empty. One of the trains is marked '1028' and measures 5" tall x 2" tall. It has a tiny chip missing from the back wheel - we will attempt to show in a picture - though it is more clearly palpable than visible.
The other train engine is 4 1/4" long x 2 1/2" tall. It has a '999' mark. It has a large chip missing and has a large repaired spot - glue is visible. This piece is unique in that the candy was held in its compartment with a screw-on lid (it is missing).
From the estate auction of an octogenarian former railroad employee and collector of all things 'trains'.
3" tall with a top opening diameter of 2 5/8", clear EAPG child's cup. Features embellished 'By Jingo' and depiction of an older barefoot man sitting on a bench. Bow shaped embellishments on the top opening edge. Unmarked by the maker. No chips or cracks but has a pair of scratches in the outer surface, just behind the man's bench - see pictures.
For your consideration we are offering this old apothecary bottle with ground stopper and narrow opening. The clear glass has a few scratches but is free of cloudiness. It has a capacity one fluid quart. It is 9 1/4" tall without the stopper and 10 3/8" tall with the stopper in place. This bottle has a narrow opening (3/4" internal diameter).
This bottle was part of a pharmacist's collection of apothecary bottles.This antique apothecary bottle with ground stopper is pre-owned. There are some fine chips on the edge of the stopper (pictured). There are some scratches on the glass.
We have for your consideration a lot of twelve (12) pieces of light green depression glass made by Hocking Glass Company between 1935-1938. The pattern is 'Roulette' or 'Many Windows.' Included in this lot are: