If historical flasks are the king of bottles, then bitters are the queen. The term bitters comes from a type of medicine produced from roots and herbs, which typically had a bitter (disagreeable) taste. During the Temperance Act, bitters were used as alcoholic beverages under the guise of a medicine. Unusual colors greatly increase the price of these bottles, as do figural shapes such as log cabin, pig, or ear of corn.
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Patent Art: 1880s WARNER TIPPECANOE Bottle - matted
Great Gift! Matted and ready to pop into a standard frame: 1880s Patent Document for Warner Tippecanoe bottle by H. H. Warner
This wonderful reproduction of the original patent graphic is crisply printed on luxurious Ivory Parchment Paper. It includes a white acid-free matte and is ready...