Bitters & Hair Bottles

 

 

 

 

 

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An attic found example with original cork-lined stopper

and two original labels

GW163

$250

An attic found example with original cork-lined stopper

and much bolder embossing than usual

GW161

$190
A beautiful example of this sharply beveled NY hair bottle, circa 1865

GW399

$185

A beautiful reddish amber Civil War era bitters, the less common 4-log variant, attic condition

GW69

$169

A beautiful example of this hefty bitters in an old olive-hued amber color, circa 1870

GW234

$118

A circa 1870-1880 large bitters with beveled corners and an applied ring top. This is the bottle on the right in the picture

SH296

$85

A crude flat oval hair product with crisp strike, circa 1855

GW174

$84

A circa 1850 oval hair product with open pontiled bottom and crude rolled lip

GW466

$69

A nice cobalt blue hair bottle with most of the original label

GW159

$69
A gem mint version, crude, Civil War period
M231
$69
An open pontiled, paneled hair bottle, circa 1850-1855

NN17

$65

A deep amber color variant, earlier, circa 1870

GW158

$44

A mint example with better than usual mold impression

SH288

$38

Circa 1875-1880 base embossed bitters in deep green

GW471

$36

A crude circa 1865-1870 version with applied double collar top

SH405

$36

Circa 1880, this is a gem mint example, looks fresh out of the mold

GW68

$34

A circa 1850 open pontiled example of this classic skin and hair tonic that is embossed heavily on all panels

SH262

$34

An attic find with labels, circa 1880

EN3

$30

A pretty light orange example, circa 1880
DM116
$29
A near mint example, nice strike, circa 1880
NN50X
$29
A mint example, circa 1885

SH148

$26

A cylindrical bitters that is embossed around the shoulder, circa 1870

GW473

$25

Circa 1895 amber cylinder from Prebol's Pharmacy

GW477

$24

Circa 1875-1880, this has an applied taper top

GW30

$23

An attic mint example of this shoulder embossed bitters, circa 1880-1890

GW478

$22

An uncommon hair bottle, early machine-made, circa 1910

SH332

$22

Circa 1875-1880, this has an applied taper top

GW27

$19

A cylindrical bitters that is embossed around the shoulder, circa 1875-1885

GW479

$19

A dug exanple of this 6-sided Philadelphia hair bottle, circa 1850

Y408

$19

A cylindrical bitters that is embossed around the shoulder, circa 1875-1885

GW480

$18

A circa 1860 hinge mold example of this classic skin and hair tonic that is embossed heavily on all panels

LA111

$15

A near mint example with partial label, circa 1880
DM217
$14
A nice deep amber circa 1880 hair bottle
SH153
$14
A circa 1870 small square hair bottle with applied ring top

Y312

$12

A circa 1870 small dye bottle in mint condition

TR94

$11

A circa 1865 small hair bottle

X1704

$9

Circa 1875-1880 yellow-olive bottle with hammered whittle

GW476

$8

Circa 1885 aqua cylinder, base embossed

GW474

$8

A nice light orange paneled hair bottle, circa 1890

X1216

$7

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A nice example of an uncommon midwestern bitters in reddish amber with an applied top, circa 1875-1880

GW403

Sold

A splendid yellow-hued light orange variant with an applied top, circa 1875

GW404

Sold

A splendid attic mint example with sharp embossing like it just came out of the mold - circa 1880-1890

GW406

Sold

Attic mint with crisp mold impression

TR198

Sold

A nice orange hued example with great strike, attic condition

MT46

Sold

A machine made example of this southern bitters
SB3
Sold
A mint example with an applied top, circa 1880

TR182

Sold

An attic find with most of the original label showing a picture of a horserider battling a dragon

TR176

Sold

A decent example, circa 1880
DM220

Sold

A splendid attic mint example with sharp embossing like it just came out of the mold - circa 1880-1885

GW405

Sold

A mint example, circa 1910-1915
TR87
Sold
A circa 1880 square bitters with beveled corners and an applied taper top

DC35

Sold

A classic paneled medicine with embossing on all panels, circa 1870

Y62

Sold