Hi! I have just joined after searching for info on the above & finding this site. I did see other posts in the same vein, but 'got lost' trying to re-find them!
Anyway, to my question: I have one of these boats, passed to me from my Mum. It is a clear pressed glass (I always called it 'Depression Glass') with daisy/button patterns as I saw described here. It is approx. 13 inches (33cm) long & has a moulded number '39414' on the inside of the stern, but no other markings or name on it. I did see info on this site regarding these flower trough boats with a ladies name on them, but this one doesn't.
IS it by the maker Edward Bolton c.11th Dec. 1885, as I have been told by a collector?
I know my Mum has had it all of my life (60yrs) & my g'parents on both sides were English & it could have come from either side originally. What would this realistically be worth to resell? This is a pic of it.