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This is a beautiful 8-sided crude pontiled medicine with applied taper top, circa 1850
(ref. no. DW4)

$185

A beautiful example that has a very subtle lip blemish
(ref. no. F181)

$150

A beautiful paneled druggist, circa 1850
(ref. no. GW59)

$135

This is a splendid mint example of the London-Toronto-Rochester variant Warner's. It has a crude applied top, earlier
(ref. no. ET27)

On Hold

$110

This uncommon pontiled medicine has a thin flared lip, circa 1850
(ref. no. RP27)

$74

The biggest sarsaparilla I've seen, circa 1870, cool bottle!
(ref. no. S74)

$70

Usually seen in aqua, this one is green. Nice "Indian" medicine with most of original label.
(ref. no. S25)
$65
An uncommon and very large circa 1870 paneled quack cure
(ref. no. DM257)

$52

A crude circa 1850 New York medicine
(ref. no. X1021)

$42

A St. Albans, VT, remedy, nice root beer color, great strike
(ref. no. BS13)
$40
A nice grouping of 4 color and mold variants of this classic medicine by the Hazeltine Company
(ref. no. DM531)

$36

A large sized medicine with bull's eye in fancy slug plate, with crude applied top, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH177)

$34

A labeled druggist in a strap sided whiskey type flask, circa 1885(ref. no. SH86)

$26

A large druggist style strap-sided medicine in amber, circa 1885
(ref. no. BS113)

$24

A circa 1870 paneled quack cure
(ref. no. DM69)

$24

A splendid mint paneled medicine with earlier embossing, circa 1865-1870. Applied top.
(ref. no. SH199)
$23
A pretty bright green English medicine, circa 1885-1890
(ref. no. BS67)

$23

A mint example of this circa 1855 medicine
(ref. no. M207)

$23

A crude circa 1865 cylinder medicine, Civil War period
(ref. no. DM467)

$23

A pretty apple-olive green colored medicine, circa 1890
(ref. no. DM521)

$23

A beautiful deep sapphire blue paneled medicine, circa 1885
(ref. no. SH175)

$23

A large 9-paneled variant, near mint, circa 1880
(ref. no. M252)
$22
A gem mint example of this circa 1870 paneled quack medicine
(ref. no. M107)
$22
A circa 1830-1840 crude puff like rectangular medicine
(ref. no. DM559)

$22

This is an attic mint example of this variant Atwood's bitters, 12-sided, circa 1880
(ref. no. DW5)

$22

A tubular pontil example, circa 1855
(ref. no. SH209)
$22
A round backed triangular tall bottle in deep blue
(ref. no. DM529)

$20

A large circa 1875 paneled medicine
(ref. no. DM265)

$20

A large beveled medicinal in attic condition
(ref. no. DM118)

$19

A large bitters-like medicine from western PA, circa 1880
(ref. no. SH217)

$18

A paneled medicine with crude applied top, circa 1865-1870
(ref. no. Y188)

$17

A nice colored English medicine, circa 1885
(ref. no. BS68)

$17

A larger size pretty paneled medicine, circa 1880
(ref. no. SH83)
$17
A cylinder medicine, earlier, stretched neck, beveled shoulders, circa 1870
(ref. no. SH15)

$17

An incredibly bubble infested 12-sided clylinder with thin flared lip intact, circa 1845
(ref. no. DM102)

$16

This is an attractive square dated medicinal, circa 1880
(ref. no. LA104)

$16

An attic mint example of this 12-sided circa 1880 medicine
(ref. no. BS148)

$15

A gem mint rectangular medicine with beveled corners, circa 1870
(ref. no. BS156)

$15

A large paneled medicine with hand tooled double collar top, circa 1890, mint condition
(ref. no. SH202)

$14

A circa 1870 tapered cone, a Philly medicine
(ref. no. DM519)

$14

A gem mint medicine with embossed horse picture and full label
(ref. no. MD2)

$12

A large paneled medicine with applied top, circa 1880
(ref. no. Y64)

$12

A classic paneled medicine with the heart shaped front panel, circa 1890
(ref. no. LA186)

$12

A classic New York medicinal, circa 1875
(ref. no. EN21)

$12

From F. C. Wells & Co, an 1875-1880 cure
(ref. no. DM223)

$12

A gem mint example, circa 1885
(ref. no. DM266)

$12

A circa 1910 embossed bottle, label, full contents, and the original box - an attic find
(ref. no. IA16)

$12

An earlier circa 1865 example
(ref. no. Y87)

$12

A circa 1845 sand chip pontiled puff with fat flared lip
(ref. no. DM101)

$11

 

 

A circa 1875 Philly paneled medicine
(ref. no. DM253)

$11

A circa 1890-1895 druggist with large monogram
(ref. no. X1502)
$9
A circa 1865-1870 big medicine with beveled shoulders and nice character, but with hairline in corner
(ref. no. Y234)

$9

A scarce product from this important Camden firm, circa 1875-1880
(ref. no. DM110)

$9

A scarce circa 1880 New Jersey medicine
(ref. no. H151)

$9

Two doctors on one pill bottle - circa 1885
(ref. no. DM511)

$8

An 8-sided teething syrup, circa 1885
(ref. no. M181)

$8

A circa 1870 beveled corner medicine
(ref. no. DM311)

$7

A circa 1885 clean medicine
(ref. no. X1615)
$7
Small circa 1890 druggist
(ref. no. DM495)

$7

A nice example of this rectangular paneled medicine
(ref. no. BS163)

$7

A circa 1890 medicine
(ref. no. DM281)

$7

A circa 1880 oval medicine from South Jersey
(ref. no. NN14)
$7
A circa 1850 round sided medicine with rolled lip
(ref. no. DM100)

$7

A nice circa 1885 paneled druggist
(ref. no. DM687)

$7

A circa 1885 oval medicine
(ref. no. NN32)

$7

A small round medicine, circa 1910
(ref. no. LA58)

$7

A cure for rheumatism, Gout, Nueralgia, and Colds, circa 1890
(ref. no. DM568)

$6

A circa 1890 chemical bottle from NY
(ref. no. X1406)
$6
An earlier small paneled pharmacy, circa 1870
(ref. no. X1263)
$6
A mint circa 1890 druggist
(ref. no. DM688)

$6

A mint example with hand tooled top
(ref. no. DM508)
$6
A circa 1890 midwest pharmacy bottle
(ref. no. MD1)

$5

A crude squarish medicine with hand applied top
(ref. no. DM462)

$5

To cure "loss of manhood" and recover the brain. Circa 1910.
(ref. no. K8)

$5

A gem mint example from Binghamton, NY, c.1890
(ref. no. BS10)
$5
An earlier circa 1870 strap-sided druggist
(ref. no. Y68)

$5

A circa 1840-1850 small round medicine with intact thin flare lip
(ref. no. DM95)

$5

A circa 1890 medicine
(ref. no. DM280)

$5

A chunky 1840-1850 medicine with a pinhole in heel
(ref. no. X1819)

$5

An uncommon light amethyst variant of this large paneled medicine with a hand tooled fat ring top, circa 1890
(ref. no. SH201)

Sold

A 6 3/4" size variant deep cobalt striations in the glass, circa 1880
(ref. no. GW9)
Sold
An unusual vial type medicine with indented beveled corners and an outward rolled flare lip. Early, circa 1820
(ref. no. GW62)

Sold

This is an attic mint circa 1910 New York and St. Louis medicine, a clear variant
(ref. no. IA3)

Sold

A Civil War period very crude medicine with hammering and sharply beveled shoulder
(ref. no. GW15)
Sold
A splendid bitters, near mint
(ref. no. S53)

Sold