* Historical American Flasks from the * Facebook Group Featuring the Louis Fifer Collection
Here are 2 GIX-10e pint scroll flasks in cornflower blue and apple green with open pontil.
Here is a GX-14 Murdock & Cassel Zanesville, Ohio
Here is a GI-104 and a GI-105 Ravenna Jeny Lind's.
Here are 2 GXIII-44's and a GXIII-45. The 44's are a light teal and aqua. The 45 is an orangish amber. All three each have there own unique top. The sloping collar is actually rare this bottle and most of the other aqua ones I've seen have the round collar like the light teal one. All 3 are iron pontil. These are believed to have been blown at the Ravenna glass works because I found shards of them in the glass works dump.
A half pint golden amber GII-126 eagle wreath. I picked this up at a local Ohio auction a couple weeks ago. Matt Lacy did a excellent job cleaning it for me.
Here are 3 marked Ravenna glass works flasks. GXIII-83,GXV-17,and GII-37. All iron pontil
Two half pint travelers companions. One in amber the other aqua, both have shear tops and 2 different iron pontils. Both believed to be from the Ravenna glass works because I dug shards of them at the glass works dump.
GIV-32 Zanesville shepherds flask in aqua with apple green striations and an outward rolled lip.