I would like to find out the value of this small clear bottle that reads HYNSON WESTCOTT DUNNING. That is all that is on the bottle. It is, an ABM bottle, with the original applicator in it. Any replies appreciated. Thank you, Marvin
I have never seen one like that. Its a Baltimore company , its probably listed in the Baltimore book. Some of the Balt collectors can probably help. Its a nice little bottle but probably not worth as much as the emerald and cobalt ones they made.
Thank you very much Matt. I have a couple of them, but only one with the original stopper/applicator. I didn't think it would be pricey or anything like the ones in your listing. Just wanted a idea of what it might be worth. I don't sell my stuff as of yet but you never know when hard times may hit and values become important. Thank you very much for the reply. Happy digging and collecting, Marvin
Sunrunner, in America, tooled tops continued into the 1920s, though rarely past the beginning of Prohibition. You rarely see tooled crown-tops before 1900 in the Northern US, and not much before 1905...