Park Sherman Liquor Dispenser 6 Federal Glass Cordials
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Sold Date: 07/17/2009
Channel: Online Auction
Vintage, 1950s-1960s marked "PARK SHERMAN CO. SPRINGFIELD, ILL #5" liquor dispenser with 6 Federal Glass Company shot glasses. This is a nine piece set, which includes the 6 Federal Glass Company Shot Glasses, the glass Park Sherman bottle, the chrome pump mechanism, and the chrome dish that goes over the bottle and holds the shot glasses. The piece put together measures 11 & 1/2 inches tall and all pieces together weigh 3 lbs 7 oz before packaging for shipping.The Park Sherman glass dispenser bottle has a diamond quilt pattern. This piece alone measures 5 & 1/2 inches tall, with a base diameter of 3 & 1/2 inches across. It is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, scratches or repairs. The 6 Federal Glass Company shot glasses are all marked on the bottom with the Federal Glass Co. Logo of an "F" in a shield figure. They have a diamond pattern design. They measure 2 inches tall, have a top opening diameter of 1 & 3/4 inches across, and a base diameter of 1 & 1/4 inches across. They hold 1 Fluid Ounce of liquid each. All 6 glasses are in very good condition, with no chips, cracks, scratches or repairs. The chrome pump measures 10 & 3/4 inches tall. It has a black knob at the top that is pushed down to dispense the liquor. It is in very good condition with no signs of corrosion or damage. The pump works as it was designed to. The chrome tray fits over the bottle to hold the shot glasses. It measures 7 inches in diameter. It is engraved "PARK SHERMAN" with the company logo of two square boxes with a "P" and a "S" in them, intersected by an arrow figure. The tray has no dents or damage, and just shows very, very minor vintage wear (very light surface scuffs/scratches in the chrome from the glasses...this is very minor and noted for accuracy.) This is a very nice vintage barware piece...both fully functional and in wonderful display condition. Shipping is always actual USPS cost or less to the buyer. I do not charge handling fees. I am happy to combine shipping for multiple auctions whenever possible (based on the items you are interested in purchasing and if they can fit in the same box and be packaged safely together.) Combined shipping cost to the buyer is the actual USPS cost to ship the box with the multiple purchases enclosed in it. Please contact me with your zipcode and items of interest if you would like a combined shipping quote. My listing pieces come from various sources, including Estate Sales, Auctions, Yard Sales, Etc...I have no way of knowing if they came from homes that smoked or had pets, but if any odor is ever noticed, it will be described in the listing. I have pets, but my Ebay stock is stored in a room the pets are never allowed in.
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