My blue bottle looks like the photo on your list under "MELVIN" but mine is a darker blue than that picture Melvin & Badger
I dug this bottle up in my yard about 35 years ago ..... I have had it stored away til I recently came across it. I also have a smaller blue bottle too. <3 posts merged>
There are a few different versions of this bottle, Melvin & Badger had a variety of this they made such as most commonly poison. I think yours would have held medicine. Dates around the turn of the century, add or minus ten years.
Is the bottle worth anything?
Correct me if I am wrong, but I would say in the $20-30 range, maybe a bit higher.
Oh that's not much. Pretty bottle though.
:confused:I just call em all swirls!..lol, swirl, reverse swirl, full swirl:p
thank you for your replies...Andy
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Great find again. Congratulations. Keep them coming.
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