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Sharp & Dohme Baltimore, info?

JOETHECROW

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ORIGINAL: RIBottleguy

I know this company was extremely prolific, and most of their bottles are not worth much. I couldn't resist this one. It was mint with the cork and some of the pills. The shape was also neat. 6-sided cylinder. Does anyone know the "number" for it and value? Oh, 4" tall. Thanks





It's amazing how almost identical these two shots look....[:D]

 

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Digswithstick

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Mar 6, 2008
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Yes it is amazing,sure looks like the same mold ! Maybe the one in general chat about bottles is different than all of them.Sure would like to see one of the 4'' with a lable .
 

Poison_Us

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May 27, 2009
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ORIGINAL: Digswithstick

These are small ones and the letters are smaller on one .One is from forum friends
Thanks again !


These are the KH-27 bottles. They look similar to to the KH-26 but these have a bulbous shoulder on not the collar of the KH-26.

And yes, the Red Dragon is a great example that the same bottle form was used for other companies as well. This is why the clear example I seen was of another pharmacy or company other than S&D. I'm curious how many other companies had bottles made from this basic mold.
Thanks everyone for all the pics. I will add the info here to our website.
 

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