I had the opportunity to purchase an absolute huge amount of pharmacy medical bottles. Because there are so many, I will be changing only the title. If I goof on any information, please let me know. All of these bottles are without damage and the majority of them are from the turn of the century. I will note in the bottom of the listing if there is anything different with a special bottle. All of the bottles have raised print and are cork top bottles. These bottles are all late 1800’s to early 1900’s. I haven’t soaked these bottles. I would imagine most of them would come pretty clean. I rinsed them but didn’t spend a ton of time because of the quantity of bottles.
This piece has Baker’s Raised on the front and Analyzed Reagents and Fine Chemicals. It has a jar shape raised on the front, behind Baker’s. It is quite a unique piece. It is in great condition with no damage. The lid is a hard plastic with a glass liner inside of the lid. It is 13 3/4" tall and 5" across the bottom of the jar. The top is 1/2" across the opening. I try to describe items as accurately as possible.