WELCOME TO COAST TO COAST ANTIQUES! "Good / Samaritan / Brandy - Gentyr, Slote & Co / New York" historical flask, deep olive, plump chestnut form with an applied mouth with ring and a large red iron pontil scar. Per Mark Vuono's informative article, "Appreciate'Lettered' Flasks", AB&GC, Dec. 2014, he rates this flask as, "very rare and possibly extremely rare". A 2017 barn find at the historic Darlington Farm, Delaware County, PA.
This flask is believed to be only the third example to be offered in more than 20 years. A very difficult flask to find, and one that is equally important to whiskey collectors being a private mold pontiled whiskey.This example has bold embossing, and more importantly, great history behind it. As noted above, the bottle was a 2017 barn find at the historic Darlington Farm (Delaware County, PA).
In 1922, the farm was bought by Charles Wood the founder of Wawa Dairy. Size - Approximately 6 + 3/4 inches tall.
Condition - Age appropriate, typical light wear, see photos for compete assessment. Be sure to also visit our discovery auctions page - Coast to Coast Antiques Discovery Auctions. PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION! PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS AND FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS IF NECESSARY BEFORE PURCHASING! This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Antique (Pre-1900)\Utility & Black Glass".
The seller is "coasttocoast_antiques_nh" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.