New york vintage glass medicine bottles
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July 21, at age 89 I have had a thing for glass since I was a kid at the age of seven. My parents had gone to a farm near us to visit with two people they liked and I was allowed to play and walk around in their yard. Her husband worked at the Corning Glass Works and he had brought home pieces of glass for her rock garden. The glass cast a spell on me and they gave me three pieces of glass to bring home. On a subsequent visit, I was given three more pieces and I still have them. I got my first collected bottle by visiting a glass factory when I was about nine years old.
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Antique Lab or Quack Medicine Bottles – AmericanRecrafted
Used to accurately measure the dose of a liquid medication, "Medicine [dose] glasses for domestic use date back to early 19th century, and by the middle of the century they were a common item. The Whitall Tatum Company and others supplied medicine glasses embossed with the store name or any other advertising ordered by the druggist. Patent proprietary medicine companies also distributed dose glasses with advertising embossed or engraved on them. Most were made of flint glass, but some colored ones were also made. Most of the others either have no manufacturer mark or have the letter "C" or "E" or "M" embossed on the bottom. These markings may merely be a mold letter instead of an indication of a specific maker. Custom lettered medicine glasses also appear in catalogs by the John M.
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Whitall Tatum Company
History[ edit ] Located in Millville, New Jersey , it was in operation from through The location was ideal for making glass because silica -based sand is plentiful in southern New Jersey , the Maurice River flowing through Millville provided a source of water, and plentiful forests provided energy for industrial processes. The Millville glass works was founded by James Lee and went through several changes of ownership. In , John M Whitall became a partner in the business. He lived in Philadelphia and worked at the company's headquarters there.
The bottle is interesting because it is obviously old and the lovely color is eye-catching. The question is, what type of bottle is it and how old is it? Those are the questions bottle collectors ask themselves when they come across new or unusual bottles. People who collect bottles are often drawn to the hobby by the beauty of the bottles, the history behind them, and the fact that they are small and do not take up as much space as other collectibles might.