Gavels n Paddles: Double eagle historical flask, $57,330, Norman C. Heckler

Gavels n Paddles: Double eagle historical flask, $57,330, Norman C. Heckler

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by Ken Hall
An early Pittsburgh (Pa.) district double eagle historical flask, made circa 1820-1840 and with a bright yellow green color with an olive tone, sold for $57,330 at Auction #120, an internet auction held by Norman C. Heckler & Co. (based in Woodstock, Conn.), ending on March 18th. Also, a “North Bend & Tippecanoe” historical cabin bottle, probably made by Mount Vernon (N.Y.) Glass Works, circa 1840, fetched $25,740; and a “G. W. Stone’s” (Lowell, Mass.) medicine bottle, circa 1860-1870, hammered for $18,720. Prices include a 17 percent buyer’s premium.
Gavels n Paddles: Double eagle historical flask, $57,330, Norman C. Heckler