Posted 2 years ago
Older bottles do not have screw off tops so I figured this bottle could be older perhaps around the century mark. and I believe it is. This bottle has a cork stopper which is a positive sign. Also it was made Burroughs, Wellcome &Co which became the Wellcome Foundation in 1924. So circa early 20th century I think.
It is clear so it isn't very valuable based on color but still has almost all the label and contents. Also there is a wad of cotton at the end of the tube to keep the tablets from breaking. I am sure their are pharmaceutical collectors but it isn't a big of bottle collecting it seems.
Effervescent tablets fizz in water and are for upset stomachs. Those things never worked for me I prefer Tums and those once a day purple pills.
Last photo it is at home in the medicine cabinet.