I found in a local river a small medicine bottle that looks like it was hand blown in a mold. It is marked The Converse Co. Columbus Ohio. Does any body know aany thing about this company or what its products were. Thanks
Not much info on it, apparently some sort of medicine.
THE CONVERSE TREATMENT COMPANY/COLUMBUS OHIO Fike 1987:56
Its a pretty common bottle but i dotn remeber seeing one with a label.
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I was always led to believe that the first issue of WW2 cokes were the clear glass D-102259 ones from 1943... then what are these (see pics) found in Australian US Camps... Green Glass, and dated...
Just a couple of pics from the Albany Bottle Show....LOTS of jars to be had...some very nice ones to boot!! Here is a couple pictures,....
I found this snail the other day while riding my bike. Anyone know more about it? How can I get those brown stains off of it? They are on the outside.
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Wanted Edrick Miller book on embossed California drug store bottles
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A few of the better looking embossed medicines. Hartshorns are wicked common around here. One of the first I ever found. They turn up at every place old enough.
Interesting to have 3 flavor...
The book is out of print and rarely available. Mine was a gift from a REAL FRIEND and a valuable possession. If available it will probably cost you $100. Good Luck.
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