Antique apothecary bottle, wide mouth with glass stopper, made by W.T.& Co., (Whitall Tatum & Co., Millville,, N.J.) circa 1875 -1901. Blown for pharmaceutical use by druggists and pharmacies across the country, bottle is good quality, colorless glass. Sometimes referred to as “shelf, counter or recess ware" bottles. Indented panel on the front has gold foil background and black letter identifying contents. This 8" tall bottle, has wide mouth, tooled finish, was blown in cup-bottom mold, marked W.T.& Co.and the letter A (being mold identifier.) Glass exhibits small air bubbles, normal for its date of manufacture. Faint side seams are visible from two part mold. Stopper and neck were ground when manufactured to ensure proper fit. Hollow head mushroom shaped stopper is original to the bottle. Paper label on the back side is USP 1890 standards for mixing ingredients (Digestive Power). See photos. See item 9737-2 same period but different labeling. We also have four smaller 4 3/4" tall bottles, see item 10248.
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