thebottlevault wrote:Hi Bassman, the small jar might have been a small glass for drinking the VINO CHINATO / PADRES WINE TONIC."
Your syrup / cruet glassware is pretty cool, again no real value but an unusual find. Based on the style of the pressed glass I would say 1910-1920 on that one.
thebottlevault wrote:Hi H2ODoctor... ahh... so close on that neat Case Gin bottle. These are pretty common but very attractive old bottles, with nicely applied top and crudeness. They held Dutch Gin, from The Netherlands. They come unembossed like your example, and there are also lots of embossed varients from many Dutch companies. The most common embossed examples are from A. Van Hoboken & Co. The plain bottles like yours have a value of about $10-15, the embossed ones can run from $25 to $200 each. This style of bottle was produced from the 1850's into the 1920's, with the same basic shape. Yours dates from the 1890-1905 time period.
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