Here's a deep olive amber odd size pint plus with crudity and slag that has a very distinctive "chef's hat" top as I call it. It was in a grouping of 5 or 6 black glass bottles, one of which was a rare Baltimore half pint squat with the 1830's sloping double taper.I then saw another example in an online photo of a dig in Maryland - there's no missing this top - but there was just the photo of it mixed in with other early glass from that pit and really no commentary on the dig. Then, as karma would have it, this very same bottle showed up at a local Southern show - I traded a nicely restored aqua Keach torpedo for it. One side is covered with very fine light scratches and the other side is relatively perfect. There is ample crazing all around the lip as seen in the pics. Also there is a striation of black slag in the shoulder that has a single cooling leg running through it with tapered ends. I don't consider this damage, and this type of in-making cooling leg is very stable. You could safely tumble the bottle, but it would be a shame to, in my opinion, as it displays beautifully as is. This is another crudely fashioned "leaner" that stands just under 8 tall. Return if unhappy for any reason.
Also see my other auctions. Thanks for stopping by and Good Luck! The item "CRUDE, Early Mid Atlantic Region Black Glass Squat No Damage" is in sale since Thursday, August 2, 2018.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Antique (Pre-1900)\Sodas". The seller is "wilmartindale" and is located in Tallahassee, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.