Posted 3 years ago
When I first saw this Full Pint bottle, that was in a felt shoe bag, at the Flea Market, I thought it was just a new empty bottle, until I saw the tax stamp Fall 1917, and the "Exclusive Feature" banner pointing to the "Turn To Break Pilfer Proof Cap". There's several different dates on the bottle making it hard to figure when it was actually bottled, the dates are: "Since 1856", "16 years in wood", "Produced Prior To September 8th, 1917" , "Pat. Applied For Nov. 28th 1924", "For 50 Years", "Act of Congress March 3, 1897", "Act Approved February 17, 1922", but the odd one was the tax seal that had the date of "Fall 1917", on a bottle that was made after 1924.
The Bottle looks great, with the Carnival Glass Marigold iridescent color, and clear labels, and I love the "For Medicinal Purposes Only"! :^D
Thank you for looking, any comments, of info. welcome! :^)