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Five New Zealand blue top vintage stoneware ginger beer bottles, all marked 'Koda', three with various sailing ship logos, all Christchurch, some restoration

Five New Zealand vintage ginger beer stoneware bottles; 'D J Barry Ltd Gisborne'. 'Thomson Lewis & Co... Steam Works...', ' C O Steffenson. New Plymouth' and 'Napier'. Some restoration

Fowler Convict ginger beer pottery bottle, straight impressed mark on the shoulder. c1840s. 17 cm

Stephen greens double glazed ginger beer bottle, circa 1840. Stamped with Stephen greens patent double glaze Lambeth mark. Ochre colour measuring 16.5 cm tall. This mark has been seen and associated with a convict, Hobart bottle. Fleck to lip, chip to

J. Ladd's ginger beer stoneware bottle, 18 cm high

Two rare T. Field Potter Sydney ginger beer bottles (2)

An Australian stoneware ginger beer bottle by Jonathan Leak, circa 1820, the brown grey salt glaze impressed 'Leak', 18 cm high. Jonathan Leak was born in 1779 in Burslem, England. He was deported to Australia in 1819 on the charge of burglary. Governor La

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