This grouping includes the gallon, quart, pint, ½ pint and gill. American 18th Century measures are very rare. Only 2 measures have been found to have a maker’s mark. All these baluster measures have the “A” mark except the gallon. We think it is American as it has the correct baluster form. The “A” mark is the verification mark used in New York State before 1800. The gill has the initials “TB” written on the handle at the top. The condition of the metal is very good. These measures are the rarest of American 18th Century forms, rarer even than tankards.
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