Home
   Trade Dollars

Antiques & collectibles
from A to Z!©

A

Advertising

Art Deco

Art Nouveau

B

Barware
  Bar Sets & Accessories
  Decanters
  Shakers & Pitchers
  Bar Glasses
  Shots & Jiggers

Baskets

Belmont Stakes glasses

Books

Brass Bird Cages

Breeders’ Cup glasses

Brushes

C

Cartography

China & Dinnerware

Collectibles
  Beanie Babies
     Bears & Bunnies
     Cats & Critters
     Dogs
     Horses
  Exonumia
  Glasses
     Blakely cactus
     U.S. States
     U.S. Destinations
  Looney Tunes
  Mugs
  Music Boxes
  Pinbacks
  Pin Trays
  Plates
     DeGrazia
       The DeGrazia story
     Miscellaneous
  Sad Irons
  Spoons
     Commemorative
     U.S. States
     U.S. Cities
     International
     Zodiac
     Miscellaneous
  Whiskey
     Jim Beam
     Maker’s Mark
       Maker’s Mark story
     Miscellaneous

Computer Games
  Kids
  Teens
  Mature

Computer Software

Corning Ware
   Cornflower Blue
   Spice of Life
   Lids & Accessories
   The Corning Ware Story
   Corning Ware Patterns
   Corning Ware Blog

Cowboy Stuff
   Old West Magazine
     The Old West Story
   Frontier Times Magazine
   True West Magazine
   Glassware
   Miscellaneous

F

Flatware
  Bakelite
  Sterling Silver
  Silver Plate
  Stainless Steel

G

Gal Stuff
  Vanity Items
  Vintage Purses
  Purse Frames
  Vintage Hats
  Folding Fans
  Perfume Bottles

Gay Fad
  Gay Fad book
  Sets
  Singles
  Souvenir Glasses
  Gay Fad Era
  Gay Fad Blog

Gifts
  Wedding
  Housewarming

Glass
  Brilliant Cut
  Elegant/Pressed
  Antique/Vintage
  Art Glass
  Carnival Glass
  Milk Glass
  Ruby Glass
  Etched/Frosted
  Bottles
  Jars
  Fruit Jars
  Salt Dips
  Insulators
  Drinking Glasses

Guy Stuff
  Cars
  Motorcycles
  Gas Pump Dispensers
  Trains, Planes, Ships
  Neckties

H

Horse Racing
  Belmont Stakes - see “B” listings above
  Breeders’ Cup - see “B” listings above
  Kentucky Derby - see “K” listings below
  Preakness Stakes - see “P” listings below

K

Kentucky Derby
   1940s Glasses
   1950s Glasses
   1960s Glasses
   1970s Glasses
   1980s Glasses
   1990s Glasses
   2000-2009 Glasses
   2010-present Glasses
   Super Rare Glasses
   Beanie Babies
   Coffee Mugs
   Julep Cups
   Memorabilia
   Shots & Jiggers
  
Kentucky Derby Festival
 

Kitchen Stuff
  Anchor Hocking
  Cast Iron Cookware
     The Griswold story
  Coffee Mugs
  Coffee Pots, etc.
  Cookware
  Kitchen Gadgets
  Metalware
  Plasticware
  Pyrex
  Salts & Peppers
  Spoon Rests
  Tupperware
  Vintage Glass

L

Lamps & Lighting

Louisville Stoneware
  Mugs
  Julep Glasses
  Cool Stuff

M

Metalware
  Aluminum
  Brass
  Cast Iron
  Chrome
  Copper
  Silver Plate
  Sterling Silver
  Tins & Tinware
   Advertising Tins
   Other Tins, etc.
  Miscellaneous

Mexico Treasures
  Metalware
  Pottery
  Folk Art

Music
   JM Talbot

N

Native Americana
  Hopi Kachinas
  Virgil Long Kachina
   Collection
  Hopi Rattles
  Jewelry

O

Office Stuff

P

Preakness Stakes glasses

Porcelain & Pottery
  Marked
     Six Degrees of Separation
  Unmarked
  Orientalia
  Art Pottery
  Crocks
  Jugs
  Stoneware

S

Singer Sewing
  Machine

T

Textiles
  Hankies
  Sheets, etc.
  Miscellaneous

Tobacciana
  Ashtrays
  Trading Cards

U

Useful Stuff

V

View-Master
  Viewers & boxes
  3-reel sets
   Children
   Cities & States - US
   Disney
   National Parks - US
   Religious
   Travel - U.S.
   Travel - International
   TV & Movies
   Miscellaneous
  Single reels
   Animals
   Children
   Cities - US
   Disney
   Flowers & Plants
   History
   National Parks - US
   Religious
   States - US
   Travel - US
   Travel - International
   TV / Movies
  Collector reels
  Out of Print reels
  Literature
  View-Master Story
   Glory Years
   Transition
   Toyland

W

Wood

Glass Bottles

Large drug store apothecary bottle #1

This large old clear glass drug store apothecary bottle stands 11-1/4" tall, rising to 13" when stoppered. Diameters are 2" at the mouth and 4-3/8" at the shoulder and bottom. Heavy clear glass with nothing to decorate it except an occasional air bubble. The edge of the heavy 2-3/8" diameter glass stopper, however, is encircled with 15 thumbprint indentations. Sides and bottom of the stopper are frosted, as is the interior neck of the bottle. Bottom of the bottle has a 2" diameter concave center containing a semicircular mark that may be some kind of a manufacturer’s mark or may be an old chip. I honestly can’t tell which. There’s a definite chip at one edge of the concave circle. No other damage to the bottle, but significant chipping to the frosted portion of the stopper that in no way affects its snug fit in the bottle. Together with our companion bottle listed immediately below (which I thought for the longest time was identical, but isn’t quite), they make a great pair of vintage bottles for use or display. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $40.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Large drug store apothecary bottle #2

This is another large old clear glass drug store apothecary bottle that looks identical to the one listed immediately above, but is slightly different. This one stands 11-1/2" tall, rising to 13-1/4" when stoppered. Diameters are 2" at the mouth and 4-3/8" at the shoulder and bottom. Heavy clear glass with nothing to decorate it except an occasional air bubble. The edge of the heavy 2-4/8" diameter glass stopper, however, is encircled with 14 thumbprint indentations. Sides and bottom of the stopper are frosted, as is the interior neck of the bottle This stopper is slightly shorter than the one listed above. Bottom of the bottle has a 1-5/8" diameter concave center containing two tiny nicks. No other damage to either the bottle or the stopper, but the bottle contains four little indentations that appear to be manufacturer’s flaws. Together with our companion bottle listed immediately above, they make a great pair of vintage bottles for use or display. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $40.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Triangular Glenlivet bottle

This deep amber brown Glenlivet bottle probably doesn’t qualify as vintage, but it’s definitely attractive and has an interesting triangular shape with embossed advertising on each of its three sides. It stands 8-1/4" tall with diameters of 1-1/8" at the mouth and 2-5/8" at the base. Each side features an elongated doughnut with the words “Aberlour Glenlivet Distillery” inside, as well as a diamond mark at the bottom. Perfect condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches. Trust me, Glenlivet is expensive and if, like me, you’re not a fan of it, here’s your chance to add this neat bottle to your collection without having to buy a full one and then worry about who’s going to drink the contents! What’s that you say? Oh! You’re welcome -- glad to be of service! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

3 amber glass wine bottles

These three old deep amber glass wine bottles make an attractive grouping. The tallest stands 13-1/4" high; bottom is 2-3/4" in diameter and marked “DIN” with a line above and below, “0.7 l”, and a logo that looks like a crossed hammer and sword. The next stands 12-1/2" high; bottom is just shy of 3" in diameter and marked “0.7 l” with a logo consisting of an F in a circle, with 87 to the left and 13:.53 below. The third is its near twin, having the same dimensions but bottom markings of “0.7 l”, a logo consisting of an S with three rays coming out the top, and the numbers 12:.13 and 103 below. All three bottles are in excellent condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 set available

 

Mammoth green square bottle

You say you want a bottle? How ’bout this heavy green glass monster? He stands 13-3/4" tall with a 2-1/2" diameter mouth and a 3-1/2" square base. But no way is he all brawn and no beauty. He’s actually quite attractive with his four beveled edges and many wonderful air bubbles. And he was obviously hand-made because his fourth bevel doesn’t go all the way up like the other three, stopping instead at his shoulder. So on top of all his other fine qualities, he’s also uniquely one of a kind! What more could you ask for? His unmarked bottom features a concave circle that’s 3" in diameter. No nicks, chips, or cracks, but he must have been used as the granddaddy of all vases because there’s some scratching on his interior surfaces and a blackish streak that refuses to come out with normal washing and soaking. Quite an impressive addition to your bottle collection! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $60.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Antique bell shaped bottle

This is a beautiful old clear glass sculptured bottle in the shape of a tall bell. It stands 8-3/4" high with diameters of 1-3/8" at the mouth and 3-1/2" at the base. I’m assuming it must have been mold blown to create its lovely shape, and I sure wish it were marked because someone devoted considerable time and craftsmanship to it. The body is 16-sided, consisting of eight tapering panels that rise from the base to right below the rolled mouth lip, ending in a scallop at the top, interspersed with eight narrower faceted panels that rise only as far as the shoulder and whose top pointed arches then become the edges of the octagonal neck. Quite a nice piece and old enough that the glass has developed a slightly grayish cast. Perfect condition with no nicks, chips, cracks, or scratches, but there is cloudiness inside that I have not been able to remove with normal washing. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $45.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Enormous hand blown blue glass bottle

Wow! What a bottle! If you like ’em huge and you like ’em blue, this one’s for you! This amazing hand blown dark blue bottle stands 12-1/2" tall with diameters of 1-1/2" at its mouth, 8" (no kidding!) at its widest point, and 4-1/2" at its unmarked base which features a concave center and rough pontil. The thick mouth rim is taller on one side than the other and tilted at the top. The neck is ribbed, with the ribs extending several inches down into the body of the bottle, creating a collar effect. Various sized bubbles are everywhere in the glass, producing an almost crackle glass appearance. Quite light weight for its size, and the glass is thin enough that one of the large bubbles popped right through to the exterior, making it feel like a chip, but it certainly isn’t. There is, however, what appears to be a long wavy hairline crack running diagonally down from one of the other bubbles that can, at places, be felt with a fingernail. It must not go all the way through because this bottle has obviously been used as a vase at some point in the past and has some interior water scaling at the bottom. Otherwise perfect condition. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $65.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Heavy triangular bottle

This attractive heavy clear glass triangular bottle stands a shade over 10" tall and measures 4-1/2" across on each side at its widest point, tapering down to 3-1/2" on each side at the base. The side edges are mitered via 1/2" panels that curve upward and out to 3/4" before tapering to barely 1/4" at the neck. This bottle must originally have been a liquor or wine bottle because the slightly concave bottom says, “Federal law forbids sale or reuse of this bottle” around its edge. It’s also marked with what looks like “55-35” “D-1” and “6.” Perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks. Makes a great vase, and there’s some interior cloudiness indicating it was used as such in the past. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

You are on page 2 of 2 pages in this category. 1 2

Tell a friend about the neat item you found above:

Tell a friend:
 

 

Santa Fe Trading Post

swaphos@santafetradingpost.com

© 2000-2016 Santa Fe Trading Post™ All Rights Reserved.
All other copyrights and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
 

Click here to see our latest arrivals here at the
Trading Post

Just Looking??
Be our guest!
Click here

We get many wonderful emails from our Trading Post visitors and thought you might enjoy reading some of them, too. Click here!

  • R01
  • R81
  • R03
  • R04
  • R82
  • R83
  • R84
  • R85
  • R09
  • R10
 

  • R11
  • R12
  • R86
  • R14
  • R87
  • R16
  • R88
  • R18
  • R19
  • R20
 

  • R95
  • R91
  • R23
  • R94
  • R89
  • R90
  • R27
  • R92
  • R93
  • R30
 

  • R31
  • R32
  • R96
  • R34
  • R97
  • R36
  • R98
  • R38
  • R39
  • R40
 

  • R41
  • R42
  • R99
  • R44
  • R100
  • R46
  • R47
  • R101
  • R49
  • R50
 

  • R51
  • R102
  • R53
  • R104
  • R103
  • R56
  • R57
  • R58
  • R105
  • R106
 

  • R61
  • R107
  • R63
  • R68
  • R65
  • R66
  • R67
  • R109
  • R110
  • R70
 

  • R71
  • R72
  • R111
  • R112
  • R75
  • R113
  • R114
  • R115
  • R79
  • R80