If the jar had the closure and was in mint condition would be worth around $850-950. In present conditon probably $400-500. You could have the jar cleaned and see how it turns out.
jim , thanks very much for the info.......I have not tried to clean it yet , it has the white-ish stain in it.but it has no damage atleast .......thanks agaiun for the information !
Thanks. I dug this up with an excavator while installing drain tiles. It was mixed in with bricks that were apparently used to make a makeshift ditch crossing many years ago. I was surprised it...
I have also seen some barbers bottles that really resemble your bottle. Especially the lip.
Farina cologne bottles...6-sided bottles in clear (flint) glass with solid rod pontils. I wasn't saying the markings were the same, just that they were identical in form and that is a good indicator...
I looked into Fatina bottles didn't see any like this.
Very cool though. Gives insight as to how fragile these were and re-use was probably avoided. I think the cleaning process would be damaging before refilling.