Some of you have probably seen this bottle on my other dig post on here. I really need help with determining the history, price, rarity, and any information on this bottle. This BIM aqua bottle says: L. C. Turner's Great Consumption Cure (Front Panel) and has the mark: W.T. & CO / I U.S.A. (on the base and probably only from 1890-1894!). I have tried to reaserch this bottle and have come up empty many times.
If you know anything about this bottle PLEASE inform me! I am also starting to wonder if this is an unknown bottle!
Last edited by PlaneDiggerCam; 12-04-2018 at 08:18 PM.
It's a so-called "Shaker" medicine put out by Dr. Louis Turner of St. Louis, Missouri in partnership with the Shaker community in Union Village, Ohio. Pretty hard to find and definitely a good bottle.
Thank You!!!!! I appreciate the help! Not intending on selling it (obviously) but what is the selling price for this sort of bottle? I would like to document the price for my collection list where I include the price ranged of all of my bottles.
Last edited by PlaneDiggerCam; 12-05-2018 at 04:34 PM.
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