I have a box of AVON bottles that I aquired as part of a purchase of a small bottle collection. I have no interest in these and was wondering if anyone collected them on here, if so something tells me they could probably pick them up rather cheaply. If anyones interested I can go through them, take pics, box them up, and send them out. Id say theres around 50 of them, all different, if I was to guess.
I have a small collection of avon bottles. But I only collect bottles patterned after wildlife or animals such as deer, buffalo, horses, long horns steers, bears etc... in brown/amber glass. I also have a Rino in green glass. I have been searching for a bottle from the seventies in the shape of a Toro Bull/bull fighting bull. I can't seem to find anyone that has one to find out more information about it. Years ago I was in a shop and the owner had a book on avon and it had a picture of this bottle but no infromation was included with the picture. If anyone has any info on it and can help please let me know. If you have one or anyone else does and you want to part with it please let me know. Thanks, Don
DONT44- I dont recall that particular bottle, but I know theres a few wildlife ones. I can recall one of a mallard and Im thinkin theres a couple more animals.
Rockhounder55- Im sure there is also some cars and locomotives!
When I get a chance Ill bring the box in the house and sort through them, it'll probably be a day or two though. Ill be sure to let you guys know as soon as I can though.
PS I also have:
Bud Hastin's New 14th Edition
26th Anniversary AVON Products & California Perfume Co. Collector's Encyclopedia
Updated for the 1990's
AVON and CPC Products 1886 To Present.
Thousands of AVON & California Perfume Co. Products Priced & Pictured
Very Good Condition
Price Under Barcode: 21.95
Ill sell for $3
Okay guys here's pics of animals and cars that I have. Id like to get $3 each for the animals and the prices on the cars very due to missing attachments. If someone would like a whole group I will do a little better on the price.
Again thanks for your interest.
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