Bitters & Hair Bottles

 

 

 

 

 

If the prices on this page differ from those on the bottle-specific pages, take the lowest price! I often drop prices just on this page.

 
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BOTTLE
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COMMENT
PRICE
A possibly unique labeled hair bottle, Civil War era
(ref. no. DC106)
$250
One of the earliest Barry's, circa 1835-1840, in a light green, not aqua (very scarce)
(ref. no. DC87)

$250

A beautiful reddish amber Civil War era bitters, the less common 4-log variant, attic condition
(ref. no. GW69)

$225

A gem mint example with an applied taper top, circa 1880
(ref. no. MT37)

On Hold

$129

A near mint oval pontiled hair bottle with splendid multi-colored label
(ref. no. DC85)
$125

This is one of the nicest attic condition Doyle's I've seen
(ref. no. BS84)

$105

A splendid mint example of this paneled amber
(ref. no. SH298)

On Hold

$98

A circa 1845 rectangular skin and hair tonic
(ref. no. DC86)

$88

A nearly 12" tall circa 1910 hair bottle with original stopper and label
(ref. no. DC36)
$85
A circa 1870-1880 large bitters with beveled corners and an applied ring top. This is the bottle on the right in the picture
(ref. no. SH296)

$85

A crude flat oval hair product with crisp strike, circa 1855
(ref. no. GW173)

$75

A gem mint version, crude, Civil War period
(ref. no. M231)
$69
A splendid super crude example of this circa 1850 hair bottle
(ref. no. SH246)

$69

An open pontiled, paneled hair bottle, circa 1850-1855
(ref. no. NN17)

$65

A splendid mint example of this paneled amber bitters
(ref. no. MT36)

$62

A circa 1895 bitters in a bright orange color, nice strike
(ref. no. MT39)

On Hold

$55

A splendid mint example of this paneled amber
(ref. no. SH299)

On Hold

$54

A nice cobalt blue 1880's hair bottle
(ref. no. DM112)

$49

A gem mint example with a hand tooled taper top, circa 1895
(ref. no. MT35)

On Hold

$45

A very showy color, perfectly clean
(ref. no. GW41)

$42

A circa 1855 rectangular skin and hair tonic, with no directions on the back panel
(ref. no. Y242)

$40

Circa 1875-1880 base embossed bitters in deep green
(ref. no. FL379)

On Hold

$39

A classic paneled medicine with embossing on all panels, circa 1870
(ref. no. Y62)

$38

This is the fat L & W variant in top condition, circa 1870
(ref. no. GW29)

$35

An attic find with labels, circa 1880
(ref. no. EN3)

$34

A near mint example of this square bitters, circa 1880-1890
(ref. no. GW66)

$34

A nice orange hued example with good strike
(ref. no. SH287)

$34

An attic find with most of both front and back labels
(ref. no. L165)

$34

A decent example with a good strike, circa 1875-1880
(ref. no. W223)
$32
A circa 1880 square bitters with beveled corners and an applied taper top
(ref. no. DC35)

$30

A pretty light orange example, circa 1880
(ref. no. DM116)
$29
A near mint example, nice strike, circa 1880
(ref. no. NN50X)
$29
A circa 1855 rectangular skin and hair tonic
(ref. no. DM502)

$28

A very showy color, circa 1875
(ref. no. GW42)

$27

A less common variant in a pleasing orange color, circa 1880
(ref. no. GW28)

$26

A mint example, circa 1885
(ref. no. SH148)

$26

A circa 1870 hair bottle, crude, with lots of character
(ref. no. M178)

$21

A gem mint uncommon large sized circa 1880 hair bottle
(ref. no. DM255)
$20
Circa 1875-1880, this has an applied taper top
(ref. no. GW27)

$19

A machine made example of this southern bitters
(ref. no. SB3)
$19
A beautiful example, crude applied top, circa 1875
(ref. no. GW38)

$19

Aqua 12-sided bitters, circa 1875
(ref. no. SH197)
$17
A decent circa 1885 example
(ref. no. DM468)

$16

A near mint example with partial label, circa 1880
(ref. no. DM217)
$14
A nice deep amber circa 1880 hair bottle
(ref. no. SH153)
$14
A circa 1870 small square hair bottle with applied ring top
(ref. no. Y312)

$12

A circa 1865 small hair bottle
(ref. no. X1704)

$9

A crude hair tonic bottle with embossing on all sides
(ref. no. M289)

$9

A near mint example, circa 1880
(ref. no. NN13)
$7
A nice light orange paneled hair bottle, circa 1890
(ref. no. X1216)

$7

A splendid mint example with earlier embossing font and crude bubble character, circa 1870
(ref. no. GW31)

Sold

A near mint example circa 1870
(ref. no. DM418)

Sold

This is a gem mint circa 1910 machine made example, the variant with the "18 Ounces" embossed on the reverse
(ref. no. GW25)

Sold

A circa 1870-1880 large paneled bitters with bold embossing and an applied ring top. This is the bottle on the left in the picture
(ref. no. SH300)

Sold

A mint deep amber cabin bitters, a 6-log variant with a better than usual strike
(ref. no. GW70)

Sold

An attic find with labels, uncommon variant, circa 1880
(ref. no. EN5)

Sold

A very pretty example of this 6-log variant cabin bitters, nice strike
(ref. no. GW71)

Sold

An uncommon paneled bitters in excellent condition
(ref. no. SH297)

Sold

A gem mint example of this square bitters, circa 1880-1890
(ref. no. GW65)

Sold

An attic find with labels, uncommon variant, circa 1880
(ref. no. EN2)

Sold

From the Hollander Drug Co., a circa 1915 square Pennsylvania bitters
(ref. no. MT38)

Sold

A crude circa 1850 New York medicine
(ref. no. M304)

Sold

A circa 1860 rectangular skin and hair tonic
(ref. no. DM503)

Sold

A gem mint example of this globe shaped unusual bitters
(ref. no. GW64)

Sold