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Marshall's Snuff and Vicks Drops.
Yes, it is a half pint.
Here are some hopefully better pictures.
4 closed bubbles, 3 on the right shoulder with the biggest one looking like it goes up into the neck (it's possible the one which is lower than the others...
Thank you. I'm not even sure what that means.
Had to google it. Manufacturer of the bottle?
Found this auction result while googling it.
No cracks or chips. Other than that, I wouldn't know much about grading a bottle.
It's smaller than the quart.
I had no idea the green one was an ink bottle. Thanks!
10-27-2019, 09:03 AM
I somehow missed posting this with all the other bottles in my collection. It's one of my favorite bottles anyway because of the color, so I'll give it it's own thread.
Of course! I should have realized that, but I was tired.... and I don't really drink champagne, or wine.
Is that a pontil on the bottom, or just something about the way champagne bottles are made?
I didn't even make the connection that it is a "poison" label. I didn't realize a caution label counted the same as a poison label. I did notice that the label says Wood Alcohol at the top. It's...
Yes, the darker bottle with rough glass has an M on the bottom. The other has what looks like a faint "'ll".
Here are some better pictures of the areas you asked about.
Neuer Brunnen Selser Tafel Wasser clay bottle
That's a mouthful. lol
J Bourne and Son
Near Derby (England)
Pottery Ink Bottle
Repurposed with a Writing Fluid label by Thaddeus David's & Co, New York?
A nice olive (?) green Hunyadi Janos Saxlehners Bitterquelle bottle with a twist.
It was repurposed with an H W Warner Drug Co, Albany NY label.
A couple of obvious reproductions.
Bayview Bottling Co, So. Boston and a Bromo-Seltzer, Emerson Drug Co
10-23-2019, 06:27 PM
K. Heinrichs, Albany NY.
I wonder if it is the same Heinrichs as a Heinrichs & Shea, also of Albany that I posted in another thread.
It was behind a house that used to belong to a doctor.
I assume it contained some sort of medicine, perhaps removed by syringe through the rubber cork?
On the bottom it says Pyrex 85. It is 2...
2 3/4" tall. Looks like a 3 piece mold.
No markings anywhere on it.
It's still wet inside from being washed.
One large, and one tiny, Cusenier bottle.
I reloaded them.
The first few pictures were uploaded from the image gallery on my phone. Then I figured out I could directly load the images to the site from the camera feature. Those are the...
Three unmarked bottles. The green one I think is a three piece mold, the blue one I think has a very faint pontil mark on the bottom.
Two of these. Hoods Sarsaparilla Apothecaries.
I'm not sure what you mean.
The first few pics seem to be showing ok, and I can see the rest on my smartphone, but they don't display when I look at them using the laptop. What gives?
This one says
Dose - adultsone half to one bottle as desired
Children in proportion to age.
Who wants some of that? lol