Thanks Wheelah for your quick response.. I wonder if ' Humpherys New York' was a bottle maker or a bottler of something? Humphreys is not listed here .. http://www.myinsulators.com/glass-factories/bottlemarks.html ...That looks like a med bottle. Is it BIM or made by a machine? I'l throw those questions out there , hopefully someone knows..
Thanks CD. I just googled it , Fred Humphreys was a veterinarian in New York. So he was not a bottle maker! Ok, here is the mystery...The Humphreys Glass Company operated a bottle making factory in Trenton, Nova Scotia Canada from 1890-1917. They did not mark any of their bottles except only ONE known small bottle embossed Humphreys. Maybe that one could be from the vet from New York. The race is on for anyone to come up with another one embossed Humphreys. We find many American bottles here in Nova Scotia, who knows, maybe a Humphreys bottle migrated to the south. Thanks again for your quick response.
I have always been curious about those little bottles. I assume they are the Humphreys Medicine company and were for the human medicine. I have seen them sold as vet med bottles but there is nothing I have seen to support that. That winged O is odd.
Someone is just going to have to come up with labeled one[:)]
I just came across this post and I have four very small bottles embossed with Humphery New York on the bottom of them, they almost look like ink bottles. Unfortunately I can't tell what they held because they were found in the ocean and probably had their labels rotted away. Either way they probably came in through Providence because they were found in that bay.
Yep an Elmer's glue stick. Sometimes the best solution is the simplest one. If you want to needlessly pay more for some museum quality adhesive go ahead. I've used glue sticks on early 1900's bottles...