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Acquisitions and Donations

EAPC Ashtray2 The label on this unusual vaporizor reads "Busweiser Vaporizor, Busweiser Laboratories, Chicago, Ill., Fuse Department". The amber bottle was made by Anchor Hocking.
Blue Wexford Rare Early American Prescut 8" ashtray in cobalt blue. We also have the same size ashtray in Spicy Brown and a lighter Sky Blue.
Trinket Boxes These unusual orbit lamps were sprayed with colored paint on the inside. We also have two Royal Ruby orbit lamps in the museum's collection.
Forest Green Pitchers Unusual lamp made with a pink vase.
EAPC Ashtray2 Unusual lamp made with a Forest Green Sandwich pattern bowl.
Fish Scale This flower bowl and base was listed in the Hocking Glass 1928 catalog. The bowl was also sold in a green or red fired-on color.
Swirl Pitcher This "Aztec" finish spittoon is listed in both the Hocking Glass and Lancaster Glass Company catalogs. Hocking calls the item a cuspidor. We have these in Milk White, rare Forest Green, and vaseline green. Some spittoons are iridized.
Oyster and Pearl Rare Medallian pattern bowl with the aurora finish.
Blue Sheaves Of Wheat Rare Early American Prescut 4"ashtray in an unusual Spearmint Green color.
Cameo 7Up display made with an Anchor Hocking bottle and a 10-pound "chunk" of glass.
Blue Wexford Rare iridescent swirl recently donated to the museum by Julie and Jim Retzloff.
Cameo Rare iridescent swirl recently donated to the museum by Julie and Jim Retzloff.
Snifter The two premium postcards were generously donated by Gordon and Kelly Minor of Sperry, OK. They are the only ones we have ever seen advertising Royal Ruby glassware.


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