Sauers Extract Glass bottle, 5" tall, paneled sides are embossed with Sauers Extract. The bottom of the bottle is embossed with and H and II. Sauer formed American Glass Works however this is not their symbol. So it would indicate this was made prior to his glass company's inception. Conrad Frederick Sauer, a pharmacist by profession worked for a retail and wholesale drug business in Richmond, Virginia. As a drug clerk he noticed that flavoring extracts was a large percentage of repeat business as a result he came upon the idea of providing pure flavoring extracts, prepackaged, and made them available in grocery stores as well as drugstores. It was in 1887 that he founded his company and was the first company to provide pure flavoring extracts in five and ten-gram bottles, to be sold for fifteen and twenty-five cents, respectively. NO damage. We have several other flavoring extract bottles listed for sale.
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