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Acme whiskey bottle/decanter. This glass back bar whiskey decanter reads ACME WHISKEY. A fine advertising item from the late 1800's to early 1900's. The decanter stands about 12" tall, has the original top and is in very nice condition for its age.
Glass pinch liquor bottle Bally Pure Rye with enamel letters. This is a old liquor decanter, it has enamel letters that read Bally Pure Rye.
Jas.Pepper Est. 1780 Decanter. Glass liquor bottle with glass stopper, JAS.PEPPER EST. 1780. This is an old liquor back bar bottle, The front glass reads in gold JAS E PEPPER EST. 1780.
Fantastic Kentucky Tavern 1800's Bar Bottle. Great bottle with the original stopper. Irishman James Thompson joined George Garvin Brown (his second cousin) in the whiskey business during the mid 1870s.
1906 Montreal Malt Rye Whiskey Decanter back bar bottle. Included is original etched shot glass from same maker.
Old I.W. Harper "Pinch" decanter style Whiskey back bar bottle with 3 dimensional white enamel lettering, circa 1890's-1920. A "Pinch" bottle is much scarcer and is typically smaller than the usual quart size or larger decanter style back bar bottles.
Old Lexington Club Whiskey Back Bar Decanter. 1900's Old Lexington Club Whiskey Decanter. Decanter shaped back bar bottle with gold lettered Old Lexington Club. Glass stopper shaped as shot glass for measurement to pour. Very unique item!
1900s Pre Pro Saloon Back Bar Bottle Old Pentice. Height without stopper is 8 3/4 inches; this is a bell shaped, 8 sided decanter with white enamel lettering: OLD PRENTICE (the word "Prentice" slants up from lower left to upper right).
Old Puritan Back Bar Bottle and Puritan Rye shot glass. The Bottle was located in McGregor Lake in Montana about 100 feet down in the water off the old bar that sat on the lake edge.