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Here is a great and very rare Lignumvitae Oyster anvil  (for opening oysters) well used and antiqued naturally  a super piece

$500.00

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

Two very rare cans and the half gallon Whiterock is the only one I have seen.

Very good to excellent condition

$$1250.00 or best offer

A fine assortment of J.C. Coulborne Company in some very unusual sizes

$750.00

 
 

A great  oyster Figural with the original paint and sliver cap which makes it super rare. About 7 inches long and probably used to hold oyster liquer (juice) for cooking but I haven't found anyone who really knows for sure.

$225.00

A nice Robbins Brothers Rare type Gallon in super condition with a nice mellow patina no rust

$200.00

 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Here is a cellulite clam from Japan pre WW 2 showing a very neat scene with a waterfall and village

$110.00

A great East Point Gallon Tin packed by the Greenwich Oyster Co. Greenwich NJ

 

$200.00

Another wonderful Stowman Oyster can with a matching lid which also says  New Jersey Oysters  which is are for a Stowman lid the can is in great condition

$175.00 or best offer

 
 
 

Very difficult to find pint of F.F. East Oyster  Company Gallons are available pints are not this was part of my collection.

$250.00

Scallop glass flask  very rare marked 4 stars  in super condition  with matching top

$145.00

Clam figural with original paint marked 4 stars in Karnsitz's book

$125.00

 
 
 
 
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Robbins Brothers Jersey's Best in fair condition no rust but very nice

$90.00 or best offer

 
 
 

Another super hard can to add to one's collection in great condition this is top of the line.

Sale price $2200.00

A very hard to get New Jersey Oyster tin from Du Bois Packing Co in tiny Bivalve in very good to excellent condition This is one of the hardest to get in Jersey cans.

Sale Price $350.00 or best offer

Here is something very rare and both are in excellent condition. A paper label pint oyster tin dating to late 1800's Moore and Brady Deep Sea Brand with a mint Moore and Brady Trade card. The graphics on these pieces are just super and have no tears or major discolorations. A great bit of Oyster memorabilia.

 

relisted 450.00

 

 
 

A highly sought after tin and very collectible- this one has rust on the bottom but still displays well on the shelf

 

best offer over $150.00

Here is a great print from Harpers Weekly 1872 entitled Mine Oyster-- Dredgin in the Chesapeake In the matting in great condition $175.00

A great print from a n Harpers Weekly

$50.00

 

Here is a Seal Brand in somewhat less than mint conition but still nice. No through rust just dings and scratches.

 

$155.00