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Western - "jesse Moore / Bourbon / San Francisco" - Best Possible Example For Sale
Western - "JESSE MOORE / BOURBON / SAN FRANCISCO" - Best Possible Example !
Here is one of the nicest looking variants of a “tooled top” Jesse Moore’s I’ve seen. Purchased from the original finder 1983 in Eureka California and has remained in one collection since. Full face strong embossing reads:"TRADE MARK / JESSE MOORE & CO / LOUISVILLE KY. / G.H. MOORE / OLD / BOURBON & RYE / JESSE MOORE HUNT CO / SAN FRANCISCO" across the face of the bottle. This is a transition bottle that was produced in the late 1880s right after the the applied top variety and exhibits the look of an older bottle. It was hand blown into a two part mold in a beautiful light golden yellow colored glass. Knock-out display bottle and is super transparent. Very nice highly graphic embossing with loads lettering, deer antlers and stars on this killer Western 5th. Excellent original, non polished premium condition. It’s one of the prettiest examples of a Moore 5th we've seen, you’d be hard pressed to find one nicer in both color & condition. The winning buyer will be quite pleased with this spectacular bottle.
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Western - "jesse Moore / Bourbon / San Francisco" - Best Possible Example : $240