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addicted
03-18-2004, 07:56 PM
I have a glass bottle app;3 1/2 inches tall app; 1/2 inch in diameter
G.De Koning Tilly Haarlolie van on it wondering what was in it? or anything else about it that i can find out

woody
03-19-2004, 07:29 AM
I have heard that this is a perfume bottle.
It makes sense by the small size of the bottle.

Flaschenjager
03-19-2004, 11:56 AM
Hello addicted - Woody and all,
We talked about "Tilly" in a previous post. There are four or more types of these. Here's a link to the other post(s):

https://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/searchpro.asp?phrase=tilly&forumid=ALL&topicreply=both&message=both&author=&timeframe=%3C&timefilter=-90&language=single&top=50&criteria=AND&minRank=10&submitbutton=+OK+

Also, do a search on eBay for "tilly" and check the completed items. They appear every now and then.

Harry Pristis
03-19-2004, 01:08 PM
While searching for info on "London" mustard bottles, I came across the 1824-28 price list of the Philadelphia and Kensington Vial and Bottle Factories (T. W. Dyott, Proprietor). On the list of bottles was "Haarlem Oil" at $2.00 per gross.

As I recall, Haarlem Oil was a medicament invented in Holland and later copied here. Addicted has a Dutch version, it seems.

-----Harry Pristis