Sanford's Ink Bottle
This great early 1900's advertising bottle stands 10" high and is 3½" in diameter. The contents was 1 quart of Sanford's blue black ink. This bottle is made of brown glass and is embossed with "SANFORD'S INKS/ONE QUART/AND LIBRARY PASTE". The colorful main label is 95% complete, having damage only to the lower back corner. Label read Sanford MFG. Co. Chicago & New York which dates the bottle to pre 1945. The top label is 90% complete, see photo for condition. The bottle is perfect, having no damage of any kind.
The Sanford Manufacturing Company first appeared in the Chicago Directory in 1873, however, it was most likely established prior to this. The company opened satellite offices in New York beginning in 1896 and by 1945, the New York directories list the company as Sanford Ink Company.
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