Info needed Re: two 1/2 pint Baltimore glass works flasks
Hello glad to become part of this group. I had recently acquired these two 1/2 pint flasks. I used to collect back in 1970-1990 and just got back into the hobby. But sadly all my reference book are 1970's and out of date.
So I need help confirming age and approx value of these two flasks. I know one is Baltimore Glass works.
Due to the Banner stating Baltimore glass works with an anchor below it LOL !
First Flask :
1/2 pint pictural aqua/ corn flower blue? non pontiled flask. It has a sheared lip with a collar band approximately 1/4 inch down from the lip. It stands 6 inches tall and is 3.5 inches at the widest part if the shoulder and 1.5 inches x 2.7/8 inches at the base. The mold seam from the collar band down and across the slightly indented base.
The pictural panels are: Diagonal anchor and rope with ribbon banner above and below. The upper ribbon states " Baltimore " The lower ribbon is attached to the anchor rope and states "Glassworks"
On the obverse panel is a wheat bushel with a rake and pitchfork X'ed under the Bushel.
The flask is damage free but does show some glass mineralization inside.
1/2-pint pictural aqua pontiled flask. It has a sheared lip. It stands 6 inches tall and is 4 inches at the widest part if the shoulder and 11/4 inches x 2.5/8 inches at the base. The mold seam goes from the mid neck down to base and treminates. the base is flush and slightly indented at the pontil. I belive this is also a Baltimore glass works based on the schooner motif found online with another Baltimore glass works flask.
The pictural panels are: single masted schooner gaf rigged main sail with a jig, and ocean surface.
On the obverse panel is a snow flake or 8 peddled daisy?
The flask is damage free with beautiful glass whittling.
Thank you for any assistance the can be offered and if there is a catalogue designation.
All the Best, Oldsdigger