Found this 2/1/2 in poison the other day in an antique shop/ how come this one has no bums or ridges on it -like most poisons do ? Is this a common one ? It's pretty plain . Thanks Tony AZ... Says STRYCHNIA POISON.
Last edited by Tony AZ; 03-19-2017 at 06:40 AM.
Hey Tony what part of the state you in? I'm in Tombstone.
bullhead city az/ across the river from Laughlin Nevada..Tony AZ
I frequent Laughlin a bunch! Uncle lives in Fort Mojave.
Paper label on the neck and a smaller one on the other side. No ACL.
It's called "Ghost" embossing and it's quite common on the bottom or base of a bottle. It occurs when the glass shifts slightly in the mold before being fully blown.
Wait, that Canada Dry has a paper label on the neck? I've never seen anything like that before! Does it have an ACL as well? I've never seen one in that shape without an ACL either.
Bought a handful of bottles from an excavation crew today. Nothing rare, but a fun array of colors, designs, and years.
Rumford Chem cathedral
Bromo mini with rolled lip
Wm. Andrews squat soda...
I've seen a lot of small bottles successfully tumbled but I imagine it takes a bit of trial and error to get the insides cleaned up well...the outsides should be easy.
Wrong timeframe for sure...your bottle is from the early 1900's based on what I know of the bottles from that bottling works. The glasshouse was around in the early 1800's. If you share a photo we...
Cool! I've never seen that one either, but I also don't focus on patent meds too much.