U.S. Coin Glass: Two Coin Glass Covered Compotes, Central Glass Co. of Wheeling, West Virginia, Circa 1892. Including: a very large covered flute and rim style compote on a high pedestal with nine Seated Liberty quarters dated 1892 around the sides of both the lid and the compote. The node has six Seated Liberty dimes and the lid has a knob comprised of two half dollars and three Morgan dollars stacked, with the obverse of one 1892 dollar showing, all the coins are frosted, 10.5" high with the lid; the other compote is similar, but only has frosted coins on the lid, and stands 9" high. The compotes are sold with a four sided toothpick holder alternating the obverse and reverse of 1892 Morgan dollars. The coins on the toothpick holder are not frosted, 2.75" high. The edges of the toothpick holder are rough. The bases of both compotes have minor chips and the knob on the lid of the larger compote is chipped, else very fine.

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