This is a clear, antique eye wash cup. It is marked with the number 12, which I am assuming is it's size. There is also an upper case G on the bottom that I am assuming represents Glasco, a glass manufacturer from this period. It is in very good, used condition. I am attaching pictures. If you have any questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen
This is a very old Glasco 1 oz medication measuring cup. It came from a doctor who practiced early in the 1900's in the town of Smithville / Marble Falls, TX. It is in good used condition, and has no chips or breaks. I am attaching pictures. If you have any questions, please e-mail. Thanks. Lurleen
Clear octagonal bottle with I Rawleigh's printed in raised script lettering down one side. BOttle is 8 1/2 inches tall and has a screw top; no lid. Also on the front, along the base edge in lettering is: Bottle Made In U.S.A. Underneath off-center is the number 4. I see 2 mold lines on the sides extending into the screw-top area, a horizontal mold line along the base just below the markings, and an oval mold line underneath. There is some graying in spots, but I have not washed the bottle. I have no good reference for this bottle, but it was found in a 150-ish year old house along with the green soda bottle I have listed and other things of that vintage. Buyer to pay USPS Priority shipping of 3 lbs. from 06068.
Haas, Baruch & Co Los Angeles Bottle, Late 1800's To Early 1900's
Haas, Baruch & Co, Los Angeles Bottle. I am not sure what this bottle originally held, am guessing some sort of tonic or medicine. It is a light green color, measures just over 7 inches tall, probably from the late 1800's or early 1900's. It is in excellent condition, I did dust it with baby powder for photo purposes so the lettering would show up, it does not have any white residue on it. It would be a terrific addition to your collection!
PHARMACY DRUG STORE GLASS LABEL BOTTLE GLYCER. AC. TANNIC Look at this great glass label pharmacy drug store bottle, for the drug or ingredient, Glycer. AC. Tannic.(Glycerine Tannic Acid). The bottle is in near mint condition, the label has no chips or cracks, but as you can see has staining under the glass label. This will make a great addition to any Drug Store or Bottle collection.