Four pharmacy or drugstore bottles, three clear glass with twist off caps, one amber with cork stopper. No damage, chips or cracks. All labels are legible. Bottles are empty
1. Sugar of Lead Poison bottle 6 1/4" tall, from A. E. Phillips Pharmacy Sinclairville N.Y. Crown or oval base small mouth external finish bottle.
2. Amber Formaldehyde apothecary bottle 5" tall, 2" diameter, cupped base, flat or patent lip, cork stopper, paper label reads A. E. Phillips Pharmacist Sinclairville, N.Y. Poison symbol upper left corner on label.
3. DuPont Dyestuff bottle, French square clear glass, with Bakelite twist off top, 2 3/8" tall, 1 1/4" square, circa late 1930’s.
4. Sample J. L. Hopkins & Co., importers, millers and manufacturers New York, 3 3/8" tall, 1 1/8" square, Hopkins square bottle style, metal twist off cap, label reads Sample Hopkins Koseyana. Bottle was made by Owens Illinois Glass Co. in 1937 at Gas City, Indiana plant.
Lot 14. See photos.
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