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.
These are 2 fairly large pieces. The largest piece is 9 1/4" tall and 3 3/4" across the bottom, it is made by Owens Illinois glass. The smaller bottle is 7 1/2" tall and 3" across the bottom. It is made by imperial glass. These are turn of the century pharmacy bottles. Both are amber glass and have cork stoppers, no threads at the lids.
I try to describe items as accurately as possible.