Antique Bottles, two different. One is INK unopened, has original cork stopper and contains ink. Molded glass bottle is 2” tall, paper label surrounding the bottle reads “Best Quality Numbering Machines Ink American Numbering Machine Co. Color Black 224-226 Shepherd Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. The American Numbering Machine Company started on Essex Street in East New York in 1908. By 1912, the company needed a new factory building with more room. Architect Harold Dangler designed and built the factory building at 224 Shepherd Avenue in 1912, and expanded it to its present size in 1919. Still standing and in use.
The larger bottle is clear molded glass, rectangular, 3 1/4” tall, 2 1/2” by 1 1/2”. Has four flat paneled sides and flattened beveled corners. Cork stopper. Circa 1900. Has crescent moon shape mark on the bottom. This symbol is mostly seen on the bases of pharmaceutical/prescription bottles that could be either marked or generic bottles from druggists in Vermont. See photos
This is the last of a massive 12k piece antique pharmacy collection. Some of the best saved for last. It will take us a while but we will be actively adding items. So in addition to the 150+ pharmacy and drugstore items available for sale right now we will be adding more. All are ON SALE, tins, glass bottles, apothecary jars, unopened bottles in original boxes. All bottles are clean. NO damage, NO cracks, NO chips.
To purchase with MC or VISA please call Drury House Antiques 802-824-4395 EST or use PAYPAL