Civil War Era Umbrella ink Priced at $100.00 each

$100.00

1865 Umbrella 8 sided ink bottles-open Pontil, applied mouth, umbrella inkwell manufactured in 1865 and sold by the Estes -N.Y. Ink Co. and placed in shipment aboard the Brig Baltic in New York in 1866 bound for the Southern troops awaiting release from the military in Galveston Texas and lost by shipwreck in the Great Bahamian hurricane of 1866. These beautiful old ink bottles are a historical piece and have been recovered after resting on the bottom of the ocean for 130 years and are being offered for sale to the public $100.00 each

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1865 umbrella 8 sided ink bottles-open Pontil, applied mouth, umbrella inkwell manufactured in 1865 and sold by the Estes -N.Y. Ink Co. and placed in shipment aboard the Brig Baltic in New York in 1866 bound for the Southern troops awaiting release from the military in Galveston Texas and lost by shipwreck in the Great Bahamian hurricane of 1866. These beautiful old ink bottles are a historical piece and have been recovered after resting on the bottom of the ocean for 130 years and are being offered for sale to the public $100.00 each