ANTIQUE BOSTON, MASS. WALSHâe(tm)S GLENWOOD WHISKEY BOTTLE!!

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 02,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
You are bidding on an antique Walsh's Glenwood Whiskey Blend bottle which we found it in the basement of my late Father-in-Law's 1865 home. This bottle is clear glass and is 6-¾ inches tall, 2-¾ inches wide and 1-½ inches deep. It appears to have been molded in three pieces and t are a lot of tiny bubbles in the glass but no chips or damage anyw Much of the original label still exists and states that it was made by John H. Walsh & Co., Haymarket Sq., Boston. The reference to the National Pure Food Law dates this to about 1906 or so. The back of the bottle has "Guaranteed Full ½ Pint" molded in. The original cork is still sealing the neck but the lower portion of it appears to have broken off and is loose inside the bottle. This unusual bottle could be a welcome addition to someone's bottle collection. I'm including a lot of pictures for your consideration and, of course, a low starting bid and no reserve.

In the US, Priority Mail shipping and handling with Delivery Confirmation for this whiskey bottle will be at Postal Service rates for one pound. Please use the eBay Shipping Calculator to determine your actual shipping cost. US Postal insurance is optional and the cost is based on final value. I will ship worldwide for this auction, however, overseas shipping will be at standard rates for First Class Mail International based on the final shipping weight. I ship in oversized boxes packaged to protect your purchase and I can accept PayPal or Money Orders . I will combine shipping whenever possible to save you money. I will send you an eBay invoice at auction's end and I will ship your item as soon as I receive payment. Feel free to email with any questions or for additional photos. Thanks for looking and have fun bidding.

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