Specializing in Arizona and Western antique bottles from 1870-1930. Including Old West Whiskey, Soda, and Pharmacy bottles.
I am always interested in any embossed Arizona bottles. I will pay top $$$ for small town Arizona hutch soda bottles including Safford, Nogales, Winslow, Flagstaff, Bisbee, Clifton, Globe, and Yuma. I also collect Arizona crown top sodas, deco sodas, and early patent 1915 and 1923 Arizona hobbleskirt Coca-Cola bottles.
Old Arizona advertising might include stoneware jugs or crocks, souvenir plates, calendars, tokens, thermometers, porcelain signs, ice tongs, or just about anything else that displays a merchant and the location. I buy single items or whole collections.
I am always interested in any embossed territory bottle including Oklahoma Territory (O.T.), Indian Territory (I.T.), or any other Territory bottle including Montana, Dakota, Washington, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, etc...
Known as the Jolly Mountaineer, Old Man in a Hat, Fat Man, WC Fields and several other names, this decanter has a long history. What is known is that Tiara reproduced these decanters from about 1968 to 1984 in various colors. They acquired the mold from Indiana Glass who produced this decanter and a set of tumblers in the 1920's (green coloration). Prior to that the mold can be attributed to P. Garnier Enghien a French liqueur bottler around 1900 (clear glass with a threaded ground top). I'm looking for these guys in Ruby Red, Amberina, Black Glass, Milk Glass, Clear, or oddball colorations. A pontil base and/or threaded top is desirable.
I am always interested in any antique embossed Arizona pharmacy drug bottles. Small town bottles from Bisbee, Douglas, Flagstaff, Prescott, Tempe, Mesa, Globe, Miami, Yuma, and Nogales would be desirable.
Yep, I was born in Anadarko, Oklahoma and am always looking to add any embossed Anadarko bottles to my small collection.