Four Drugstore or Pharmacy Bottles 2 Amber 2 Clear GlassFour Drugstore or Pharmacy Bottles 2 Amber 2 Clear GlassFour Drugstore or Pharmacy Bottles 2 Amber 2 Clear GlassFour Drugstore or Pharmacy Bottles 2 Amber 2 Clear GlassFour Drugstore or Pharmacy Bottles 2 Amber 2 Clear GlassFour Drugstore or Pharmacy Bottles 2 Amber 2 Clear Glass

Four Pharmacy or Drugstore Bottles, 2 Amber and Two Clear Glass, three have cork stoppers, one has Bakelite twist off cap, two are samples. NO damage, chips, cracks or cloudy glass.
1. Physicians Sample, 5" tall bottle, paper label reads Eskays Neuro Phosphate Smith Kline & French Laboratories, Philadelphia Established 1841, has instructions for use as tonic for such conditions as fatigue, loss of appetite, especially valuable for aged patients. Dose is also given. Bottle was made by Owens Illinois Glass Co. and is marked DES PAT 85925, This means that the bottle design was patented and assigned #85925 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, DC. , circa 1932. Bottle style is pharmaceutical or proprietary medicine.
2. Amber glass rectangular bottle 3 3/4" tall, made by Swindell Bros. of Baltimore Maryland. Item is for display only not for use or consumption. Paper label reads 100 Tablets No. 772 Hexamethylenamine Lilly, Eli Lilly & Co. Indianapolis USA.
3. Amber sample bottle Hopkins Koseyana, 3 3/4" tall, bottle made by Swindell Bros. of Baltimore Maryland.
4. Druggist or pharmacist clear glass bottle 4 1/2" tall with graduation markings, indicating incremental content amounts embossed on the side of the panel area, capacity is marked accurately in Metric and American scales. There is a 2 in a circle on the bottle shoulder indicating to druggist the total capacity. Bottle has collared ring finish. The bottom of the bottle is embossed LYRIC, also an I in a diamond. It is the Lyric Oval design with scrolling on the shoulders. Glass bottles marked “LYRIC" on the base were produced by the Illinois Glass Company, of Alton, Illinois. “LYRIC" was the brand name assigned to a particular line of prescription/druggist bottles. These bottles were made in a range of sizes, and were generally intended to serve as “generic" medicine bottles, usually containing a liquid pharmaceutical product. This one being labeled Fluid Extract Ergot E. A. Phillips Pharmacists Sinclairville NY. Bottle dates from about 1915 – 1922.
See photos of these and other bottles we are selling. (Lot 13).

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Four Drugstore or Pharmacy Bottles 2 Amber 2 Clear Glass

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