I traded for this bottle recently. It was found out dome random sale. I have shown it to one of the most knowledgeable Texas collectors there is, and he has never seen one in forty years of collection Texas medicines. He is trying to do some research on it now. It looks just like a normal Glyco-thymoline bottle, but larger, cruder and has a tombstone slugplate one the back side that reads "State Medical Asociation of Texas". I really like it because it is a different shape than any Texas medicine I have ever seen. It does have a little damage, but it displays well. I can't wait to hear what my friends investigation turns up. I also traded for a "Reed's Chill Cure Clarksville, TEXAS". I already had one, but this one has stronger embossing. Thanks for looking guys, and I hope you had great Memorial Day!
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