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Unsure what this bottle might have been...6 inches tall, plain other than the bottom says "USP D-210,865" "51" and "74".
 

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The number on the bottom is a design patent; This bottle patent was given to Jack Skolnik of New Rochelle, NY and Robert H. Knies of Westport, CT, assignors of the Richardson-Merrill Inc., on April 30, 1968, and originally would of had a small measuring cup on top. Richardson-Merrill Inc was a pharmaceutical company. I assume it was some kind medicine, and is shaped similar to things like Vicks Cold & Flu in the modern day.

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The number on the bottom is a design patent; This bottle patent was given to Jack Skolnik of New Rochelle, NY and Robert H. Knies of Westport, CT, assignors of the Richardson-Merrill Inc., on April 30, 1968, and originally would of had a small measuring cup on top. Richardson-Merrill Inc was a pharmaceutical company. I assume it was some kind medicine, and is shaped similar to things like Vicks Cold & Flu in the modern day.

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Wow! Thank you very much! Very interesting, I had no idea those numbers gave so much information. I did think I could imagine it was an early Nyquil type bottle or similar. Thanks again.
 

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