BLACKBERRY BALSAM BOTTLE, CIRCA 1890’S

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Item Code: 179-879

Amber colored bottle shows applied top and two-piece mold with paneled sides. Original label remains on front. Embossing on reverse reads, “RALPH F. BURNHAM PHARMACIST. AUBURN, ME”.  Underside is embossed, “WCW / 70”. Cork is present in bottle.

Measures 6 ¾” tall by 2 ¾” wide. Edge of lip shows chipping, otherwise no flaws.  [sl]

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