Large grouping of sandwich glass, flint, and US coin glass. 1st set – US Coin (Central Glass Co.) glass including a footed jelly jar vase with coins on four sides, four feet, and a small toothpick holder with coins on four sides. Vase 5 7/8″ height. Late 19th century. 2nd set – Grouping of approx. 46 pieces of pressed glass, most Sandwich, with the majority being cup plates and salts. Includes 3 opalescent salts and 2 cup plates. 1 small aqua color cup plate with central starburst design and a light amethyst color cup plate with Federal eagle. Additional unusual cup plate designs include 2 with ships, 2 with Federal eagles, 1 suspension bridge, 1 Bunker Hill monument, 3 Benjamin Harrison related, and a small octagonal pressed glass platter. Largest plate 7-1/4″D, smallest saucer 2-7/8″D. 3rd set – grouping of Flint and cut glass salts and related. Smallest salt 2-1/2″ x 2″ oval. 19th century/a few possibly 20th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: 1st set – excellent condition. 2nd set – various pieces with roughness on edge. Examples with severe chipping include the Bunker Hill monument, Harrison portrait plate, square salt with rear foot chipped,etc..3rd set – several salts with roughness and chips to rim edges.
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