Anyone ever see a BIM 1/4 ounce local druggist mold bottle?

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Hey Plummy how have you been haven't heard from you for a while. Did you see my post on the Peoria bottle I bought the other day. I posted it on the new to the collection. https://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/New-Illinois-meds%2C-from-Peoria%2C-Bloomington-and-Freeport-and-some-other-stuff%21/m-623962/tm.htm
 

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Here are some other tiny bottles I forgot I had.

The tall one is a druggist, probably a 1/2 oz size. It is 2 7/8" tall and embossed:

P. A. RYAN / DRUGGIST / (mortor & pestle) / REDWOOD CITY / CAL.


The teal colored one is an ink, or perfume, and is 1 9/16" tall. It is now the smallest bottle in my collection that I have found so far.



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Mike, are any of yours !/4 oz?

I think Toby's might be and its a druggist?

Stephen, I did screw up the spelling, its Hochschild, Kohn & Co. / Baltimore - they were a major dept store and probably did hold perfume or some other toiletry. I added some to this pic - dept stores on left and drug bottles on right. Left, top to bottom:

MORGAN & / MILLARD / BALTIMORE, MD
MORGAN & / MILLARD / BALTIMORE, MD (amber)
Eisenberg's / TOILET DEPT. / Baltimore, MD
HUTZLER BROS. Co. / BALTO., MD.
Hochschild, / Kohn & Co. / Baltimore
Hochschild, / Kohn & Co. / Baltimore

Right, top to bottom:

B-HAP-E C0 / NEW YORK
Boyd & Fulford / Bel Air, Md.
Sites + Galligher / Baltimore
W S & Co ( William Smith & Co. - York PA druggist - holds 3/8 oz)

Another two major Baltimore Dept stores were HECHT CO. and KORVETTES (sp?)

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Stephen, on the larger MORGAN & MILLARD having the same form as yours it reads PATD 6/25/89 / C. L. G. CO. so the form looks to have a Carr-Lowrey Glass Company from Baltimore patent.

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oops, I turned the photo so its top row, right to left and bottom row, right to left!
 

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