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18th Century Material Culture

Bottles, Cases, & Tickets
Glass Bottles
Generic Bottle Styles of the 18th Century
(Colonial Williamsburg)
Bottles from the H.M.S. “Betsy”
Scuttled during the Siege of Yorktown, Virginia 1781
Bottles from the H.M.S. “Betsy”
Scuttled during the Siege of Yorktown, Virginia 1781
Bottles from the H.M.S. Swift which Sunk in the Harbour of Puerto Desire, 1770
(Now known as Puerto Deseado, in Patagonia, Argentina)
Note the Pickle Jars
English Wine Bottle
c. 1650
(Museum of London)
English Wine Bottle with “TBD” Seal
c. 1650
(Museum of London)
English “Onion” Wine Bottle
c. 1685 - 1700
(Winterthur)
English Wine Bottle
c. 1695 - 1710
(Winterthur)
English Onion - Short Mallet Wine Bottle with Seal “LTE 1703”
1703
(Private Collection)
English Onion - Short Mallet Wine Bottle with Seal “LTE 1703”
1703
(Private Collection)
English Wine Bottle Personalized with “S H” Etching
c. 1690 - 1730
(Winterthur)
English “Bladder Onion” Bottle with Seal “Cs Croon Woodbroug 1719”
1719
(Winterthur)
English “Bladder Onion” Bottle with Seal “Cs Croon Woodbroug 1719”
1719
(Winterthur)
English “Onion” Wine Bottle
c. 1711 - 1730
(Museum of London)
English “Onion” Wine Bottle with Coat of Arms Seal
c. 1711 - 1730
(Museum of London)
English Wine Bottle with Coat of Arms Seal
c. 1711 - 1730
(Museum of London)
English “Onion” Wine Bottle with “TS 1725” Seal
1725
(Private Collection)
English “Onion” Wine Bottle with “TS 1725” Seal
1725
(Private Collection)
English Wine Bottle with “Iohn DePeyster 1726” Seal
1726
(Winterthur)
English Wine Bottle with “Iohn DePeyster 1726” Seal
1726
(Winterthur)
English Wine Bottle from Bristol “R. GREENE 1728”
1728
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
English Wine Bottle from Bristol “R. GREENE 1728”
1728
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
English Wine Bottle “R. GREENE 1728” for Joseph Green of Boston who lived on Hanover Street
1749
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
English Wine Bottle “R. GREENE 1728” for Joseph Green of Boston who lived on Hanover Street
1749
(Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
English Mallet Wine Bottle with “ Roger Oxenham 1731 ”” Seal
1731
(Museum of London)
English Mallet Wine Bottle Inscribed “W Gidas April 1748”
c. 1748
(Winterthur)
English Mallet Wine Bottle Inscribed “W Gidas April 1748”
c. 1748
(Winterthur)
English Mallet Wine Bottle
c. 1741 - 1761
(Museum of London)
English Mallet Wine Bottle “All Souls College 1764)
1764
(Bonhams)
Mallet Bottle Marked “Moses Gill 1772”
Portrait of Moses Gill of Massachusetts
by John Singleton Copley 1764
(Rhode Island School of Design)
American Mallet Bottle with the Seal of “Wm SAVERY 1752”
From the Wistarburgh Glass Works of Alloway, New Jersey
(Philadelphia Museum of Art)
American Mallet Bottle with the Seal of “Wm SAVERY 1752”
From the Wistarburgh Glass Works of Alloway, New Jersey
(Philadelphia Museum of Art)
Mallet Bottle with a “S Colton 1767” Seal
Samuel Colton Was A Merchant From Longmeadow, Massachusetts
(Private Collection)
Mallet Bottle with a “S Colton 1767” Seal
Samuel Colton Was A Merchant From Longmeadow, Massachusetts
(Private Collection)
Mallet Bottle with a “S Colton 1767” Seal
Samuel Colton Was A Merchant From Longmeadow, Massachusetts
(Private Collection)
English Mallet Bottle with a “Sidney Breese 1765” Seal
1765
(Winterthur)
New York Mallet Bottle with a “PS” Seal for Peter Stuyvesant II
Possibly by the Wistarberg Glass Works of Alloway, New Jersey c. 1765 - 1772
(HistoricalGlass.com)
New York Mallet Bottle with a “PS” Seal for Peter Stuyvesant II
Possibly by the Wistarberg Glass Works of Alloway, New Jersey c. 1765 - 1772
(HistoricalGlass.com)
Glass Bottle Seals for John Carnes, Boston Pewterer
Late 18th Century
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
Wine bottle found in the late 18th-century privy of Augustin Raillion under the African Meeting House on Beacon Hill, Boston
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
English Wine Bottle with “Rolle 1774” Seal
1774
(Winterthur)
Porter Style Bottle Recovered from a New York City British Campsite
c. 1776 - 1783
(New York Historical Society)
Bottle Excavated from Grand Portage (Minnesota)
18th Century
Examples of “Porter” Style Bottles
Mid 18th Century
(Estate of Tom Wnuck)
Mold Form
Bottles
Swedish Mold Form Bottle
1747
(Kulturen)
English Mold Form Bottle marked “R S 1739”
1739
(Winterthur)
English Mod Form Bottle marked “ Henry Lyte 1760 ”
1760
(Museum of London)
Faceted Spirit Bottle bearing the Seal of Jonathan Grenhow of Williamsburg, Virginia
1770
(Winterthur - Neal Hurst Photograph)
Faceted Spirit or Utilitarian Bottles Bearing the Seal of Isaac Royall of Medford, Massachusetts
Mid 18th Century
(Isaac Royall House & Slave Quarters)
Faceted Spirit or Utilitarian Bottle Bearing the Seal of Isaac Royall of Medford, Massachusetts
Mid 18th Century
(Isaac Royall House & Slave Quarters)
The Seal of “Isaac Royalle” of Medford, Massachusetts
Mid 18th Century
(Isaac Royall House & Slave Quarters)
Square or Case Bottles
&
Boxes or Cases
Mold Form Case Bottles
Mid 18th Century
(Estate of Tom Wnuck)
Case Bottle Recovered from the Continental Army Camp Near Cooch’s Bridge, Newark, Delaware
(Winterthur)
Dutch Case Bottle
18th Century
(Je!rey Tillou Antiques)
Dutch Case Bottle
18th Century
(Crocker Farm)
Dutch Case Bottle
18th Century
(Crocker Farm)
Dutch Case Bottle
18th Century
(Crocker Farm)
American or European Case Bottle with Indented Sides
18th Century
(Historical Glass.com)
Spirit Bottle with Neck Seal Marked “LONDON”
c. 1701 - 1799
(Museum of London)
Spirit Bottle with Neck Seal Marked “LONDON”
c. 1701 - 1799
(Museum of London)
European Spirit or Utilitarian Bottle
Mid 18th Century
(Private Collection)
Aqua Case Bottle, Possibly French from the 1765 - 1775 Privy of the Three Cranes Tavern, Charlestown, Massachusetts
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior
18th Century
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & Case Bottles
18th Century
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & Case Bottles
18th Century
(Stanton Auctions)
Boston Painted Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & Case Bottles
18th Century
(John McInnis)
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & 12 Case Bottles
18th Century
(Historical Glass)
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & 12 Case Bottles
18th Century
(Historical Glass)
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & Case Bottles
18th Century
(Private Collection)
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & Case Bottles
18th Century
(Private Collection)
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & Case Bottles
18th Century
(Carlsen Auctions)
Dutch Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & 12 Case Bottles
18th Century
(Crocker Farm)
Dutch Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & 12 Case Bottles
18th Century
(Crocker Farm)
Dutch Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & 12 Case Bottles
18th Century
(Crocker Farm)
Dutch Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & 12 Case Bottles
18th Century
(Crocker Farm)
Dutch Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & 12 Case Bottles
18th Century
(Crocker Farm)
Pine Liquor Box with Divided Interior & Case Bottles
Late 18th Century
(Neal auctions)
Glass “Witch” Bottles
The Essington Witch Bottle
Governor Pintz Park Excavation, Pennsylvania
(Becker, Marshall J., University of Pennsylvania, “An Update on Colonial Witch Bottles”
The Essington Witch Bottle
Governor Pintz Park Excavation, Pennsylvania
(Becker, Marshall J., University of Pennsylvania, “An Update on Colonial Witch Bottles”
Pewter Bottles
Pewter Bottle, John Emes Jr., Pewterer
from the Wreck of the English Slave Ship, Henrietta Marie, who Sunk in 1700
Corks
Bottle Corks Recovered from the Reynolds Tavern of Annapolis, Maryland
c. 1712
(Banneker-Douglass Museum and Archaeology, Annapolis / University of Maryland)
“Bouchonnier”
Featured in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and d'Alembert c. 1751 - 1772
(Private Collection)
“Bouchonnier”
Featured in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and d'Alembert c. 1751 - 1772
(Private Collection)
“Bouchonnier”
Featured in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and d'Alembert c. 1751 - 1772
(Private Collection)
Bottle Neck Retaining Its Wire Secured Cork
From the Wreck of the Machault Sunk in the 1760 Battle of Restigouche in the Bay of Gaspé in Quebec Province
c. 1755 - 1760
(Parks Canada)
Bin Labels
English Mortlake Pottery “BRANDY” Bin Label
Nailed to the Shelf to Identify the Contents of the Bottles in Storage
c, 1760 - 1780
English Mortlake Pottery “RHENISH” Bin Label
Nailed to the Shelf to Identify the Contents of the Bottles in Storage
c, 1760 - 1780
(Victoria & Albert)
English Lambeth “GENEVA” Bin Label
Nailed to the Shelf to Identify the Contents of the Bottles in Storage
c, 1765 - 1775
(Victoria & Albert)
Bottle Tickets
“Labels for Bottles”
Portrait of a Gentleman
by Stephen Slaughter
Orphan Identification “ALE” Bottle Ticket or Label Left at the Foundling Hospital of London
(Foundling Hospital - Threads of Feeling)
English Silver “RUM” Bottle Ticket or Label
Mid 18th Century
(Private Collection)
English “HOCK” Silver Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
by Sandilands Drinkwater of London c. 1750
(Colonial Williamsburg)
English “MADEIRA” Silver Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
c. 1750
(Colonial Williamsburg)
English “MADEIRA” Silver Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
by James Phipps I c. 1780
(Colonial Williamsburg)
English “MADEIRA” Silver Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
Possibly by Benjamin Bickerton of London c. 1775
(Colonial Williamsburg)
English “WHITE - WINE” Silver Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
Possibly by W. Cunningham c. 1770
(Victoria & Albert)
English Enameled Copper “SHRUB” Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
c. 1770
(Victoria & Albert)
Possibly American “CLARET” Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
c. 1780 - 1800
(Winterthur)
Possibly American “TENERIFFE” Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
Owned by John Brown of Providence, Rhode Island c. 1780 - 1800
(Winterthur)
English Silver “SAUTERNE” Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
Hester Bateman, London c. 1775
(Private Collection)
London, England, “SACK” Silver Wine Label
by Robert Hennell c. 1775
(Victoria & Albert)
London, English Silver “LISBON” Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
by Hester Bateman c. 1780
(Victoria & Albert)
London, England, “CALCAVELLA” Silver Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
by Hester Bateman c. 1780
(Victoria & Albert)
English Silver “SHRUB” Bottle Ticket or Wine Label
by Elizabeth Morley c. 1794
(Victoria & Albert)
Coasters
Scratch Blue Sta!ordshire Wine Coaster / Slide / or Stand
c. 1755 - 1775
(Winterthur)
Cellarettes
Cellarette or Bottle Chest on Stand
Northampton County, North Carolina c. 1755 - 1770
(Winterthur)
Cellarette or Bottle Chest on Stand
Northampton County, North Carolina c. 1755 - 1770
(Winterthur)
Acknowledgements
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