List of Bottles from our Prescott Excavations.

Dates

Comments

 

Listerine Lambert Pharmaceutical co. (2 seams, applied lip)(Listerine first intoduced 1879, available by presciption only until 1914; Obear-Nester Glas Co., 1894 to 1915-Fike)

1871+

"Hoyt's German Cologne", EW Hoyt & Co., Lowell, MA (2 seam, applied lip)

 

"468H" embossed on bottom, screw top whiskey bottle

1886-1917?

"The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, NY, USA" (1886-1917?) (2 seams, applied lip), neck has two small projections just above the shoulder, bottom Pat. 8/24/1886

 

"W.P." on one side, applied lip, no seam, best guess is that is ordinary

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (2 seam)

1881-1905

Finish missing, 2 seam, SB&G Co., Streator Bottle & Glass Co.-Streator, IL (1881-1905)

1880-1881 only

2 seam, Chase Valley Class Co. No.2, Milwaukee, WI (1880-1881 only)

1875-1890

Wire stopper partially present, double seam, Ross's Belfast

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris", w/stopper and some contents, 2 seam

1886

Oriental Cre? NY Gouraud's;  (1886 - introduced in the 1840s Fike pp. 92)

1875-1890

2 seam mold, no maker's mark, Rosses Belfast

pre-1900

"Bitters-Belgium Amer Picon Phillipe ville" (hand embossed on label), Appretef that could have been mixed w/beer, body 3 pc mold, neck applied, applied lip

1893-1906

DAMIANA Bitters, Baja California (foil attached, twisted neck, no maker's mark) (bottle manufactured ca 1877-1885, shoulder embosing terminated between 1886-1890 - Fike pp.33)

1840-1870

Pomade/morphine? 2 seam, no maker's mark

1860-1870

opposite dies slightly indented

1867+

"Frantelli Branca, Milano," contained a bitters (Fernet), name is on applied glass seal (distinctive two ring lip finish - Fike pp 163; anticholera and tonic; first imports in to US in 1867; still produced)

1870+

"Hamlin's Wizard Oil" (Fike pp 193; intro in 1859, moved to Chicago in 1860s; 1929-30 advertising other cures)

 

"G. W. Cole Co." "Three in One" (top broken off)

1871+

"Hoyt's German Cologne," E.W. Hoyt & Co., Lowell, MA (introduced in 1871, to present - Fike pp. 64)

(post 1890)

2 pc mold, no other maker's marks, tooled lip (post 1890)

1832-1886

2 pc mold, "MCC" on base (1832-1886), Toulouse WM McCullt, Pitts

1881-1900

"St. Jakobs Oel," The Charles A. Vogeler Co., Baltimore, MD USA (2 pc mold, oel is German) 1881-1900 for hair loss (Fike pp. 196)

post 1878?

"Batchelor's Liquid Hair Dye No.2," 2 pc mold, no maker's mark (established 1837; advertised 1935; Fike pp. 122)

1881-1900

"St.Jakobs Oel" see rec.no.42

1860-1870

Key mold 1860-1870, Odell, app. Lip

1860-1870

Key mold 1860-1870, Odell, app. Lip

1886-Wilson) (1880s-1925 Greenwood

"Gouraud's Oriental Cream New York" (1886-Wilson) (1880s-1925 Greenwood), no mark on base; intro 1840s - Fike 92

1900-1920

no seams, app.lip/top, spun in mold (1900-1920) Odell

 

2 pc mold, flared lip, broken at top

1886

"Colgate & Co. New York" has crest w/ C&Co in middle-long neck (1 10/16" diam, 5 1/2" tall), toilet water or perfume? No mark on base, similar bottles in Wilson Co.1886 (established 1806; Fike 56)

1840-1879

3 pc mold (1840-1879), backwards "N" on base

1880-1900

"IG Co" on base, 2 pc mold, Illinois Glass Co. Toulouse (1880-1900)

1832-1886

2 pc mold, "MCC" on base (1832-1886), Toulouse WM MCCully Pitts

 

"T" on base, 2 pc mold, no listing in Toulouse

 

"T" on base, 2 pc mold, no listing in Toulouse

 

"401" on base, shaped like Lubin perfume bottle, 2 pc mold, frosted inside neck for stopper

1860-1870

"Dr. A Bo Schee's German Syrup LM Green Propietor," key mold base (1860-1870), contained morphine

 

"S&L Trademark" nothing in Wilson or Toulouse, 2 pc mold w/glob top

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co" on base (1881-1885-T), top broken off and missing

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co MILW " on base (1881-1885-T), top broken off and missing

1878-1883

"C. Conrad & Co's Original Budweiser" U.S. Patent No 6376" CCC on base, (1889-1890 Polak 2000)(Internet 1876-1883) (1878-1883-T)

1882-1886

"WIS Glass Co MIL", 2 pc mold

post 1878?

"Batcelor's Liquid Hair Dye No.2," 2 pc mold, (post 1878?), no marks on base

 

no marks or seams, had a paper label (illegible), looks like a tooled lip

1877-1920

"Lea & Perrins Wochestire Sauce," has a club sauce finish, app. & tooled, "J105D" ob base (1877-1920) = John Duncan & Sons NY

1880-1900

paper label ending in "Spring" "IGCO C" on base, Illinois Glass Co. (1880-1900)

1880-1900

no makers on sides, 2 pc seams applied, top not tooled, "FH GW" "16" on base, Frederick Hampson Glass Works, England (1880-1900)

1880-1900

no makers on sides, 2 pc seams applied, top not tooled, "FH GW" "11" on base, Frederick Hampson Glass Works, England (1880-1900)

1881-1885

"WIS Glass CO" "32", top broken off/missing (1881-1885T)

1905+

mold seam goes to top, machine made, "253" at bottom of side (1905+)

1872-1913

app crown finish, not tooled, no marks and 2 pc mold, "N & Co. Ltd." "4833" (Nuttall & Co, England, 1872-1913)

1878-1883

"C.Conrad & Co's Original Budweiser" US Pat No 6376, "CCC" on base (1876-1887)

1905+

crown finish, machine made (1905+), "1399" on base, soft drink shape

1865-1930

"Van Buskirk's" "Fragrant Sozodont" "For Teeth and Breath" 2 pc mold (1865-1930; Fike pp. 184)

1875-1890

"Ross's Belfast" (Wilson dates)

 

no marks or seams, applied finish

c.1900

"Lydia E. Pinkham's" "Vegetable Compound" , 8 1/2" tall, 2 pc mold, tooled lip, "M" 7" base (poss Maryland Glass Co.-used for menstral problems) ( first sold 1875) c.1900

1889-

Bromo-Seltzer/Emerson/Drug Co./Baltimore, MD. "5" on base, tooled lip, applied finish (1 10/16 X 4") (1889-   ; Fike 111)

1916-

"M" with a  circle around it on base, cork stopper inside bottle, tooled lip, applied finish (1 8/16 X 2 4/16 X 5 15/16")

1843-1886

"A & DH," "3" on base, 2 pc mold, applied lip (3 4/16" X 11 13/16") ( ?? A & DH Chambers, Pittsburgh, Union flasks, 1843-1886)

1878-1883

"C.Conrad & Co.s/Original/Budweiser" U.S.Patent No. 6376," 2 pc. Mold, applied finish

1881-1885

base mark "WIS G. CO/26/MILW," 3 9/16 X 11 7/16

1843-1895

"Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup, Curtis & Perkins Propietors", pain relief w/morphine, 1 4/16" diam, 5 2/16 tall (1843-1895 Wilson)

1840-1870

Wilson dates, pomade morphine

1870+

"S.C. Wells & Co.: on shoulder, 1 8/16" swayre, 2 9/16" tall, Medicine co. Leroy NY (established 1870, adv. 1948; Fike pp. 82)

1865-1877

C & I , "A" on base, Cunnigham & Johnson, 3 2/16" diam, 11 11/16"tall (Toulouse dates)

1875-1890

"Ross's Belfast" (Wilson dates)

1875-1890

"Ross's Belfast" (Wilson dates)

1893-1906

"Damiona Bitters Baja California," top broken off, 2 14/16" diameter, "H31 on base", Holt Glassworks

1898 or 1894

(1894 Internet)(1898 Wilson) "Dr. Crossman's Specific Mixture" (adv 1855-1827; Fike 222)

1875-1890

"Ross's Belfast" (Wilson dates)

1875-1890

"Ross's Belfast" (Wilson dates)

1875-1890

"Ross's Belfast" (Wilson dates)

1840-1870

pomade morphine? (Wilson)

1880-1900

(Toulouse dates), "F.H.G.W." on base, Frederick Hampson Glassworks, England, 3 1/16" diam, 12" high

post 1879

blob top, Hutchinson stopper in place

1890-1900

BIM, 1 7/16" diam, 4 4/16" tall

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (Wilson dates),

pre-1870

SP&C on base, no info on this

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (Wilson dates)

1854-1878

"Batchelor's Liquid Hair Dye No.1" (Wilson dates) (establ 1837, adv 1850-1935; Fike pp. 122)

1875-1890

"Ross's Belfast" (Wilson)

post 1870

"A&DH C L" on base, A&DH Chamber 5, Pitts, PA (  A & DH Chambers, Pittsburgh, Union flasks, 8143-1886)

1857-1938

"H.B. Slavin Chemist-The Baldwin Pharmacy S.F." in existence in SF, biz listing 1878 (WT&Co. on base), Whitall-Tatum 1857-1938, or post 1890

1860-1926 or 1931

"John Wyeth & Bro" "Phila" (post 1890)

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (Wilson dates)

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (Wilson dates)

1925+

screw top (post 1920), "B" w/ a circle around it, Brockway Machine Bottle

unk.

glass jar w/lid-2" diam, 1 1/16" high, Chesebrough MFC Co., NY

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (Wilson dates)

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (Wilson dates)

post 1878?

"Batchelor's Liquid Hair Dye No.2" 13/16" sq, 2 15/16" high (see others)

1832-1886

"McC" on base, WM McCulley, dates according to Hull-Walski& Hughes

post 1878?

"Batchelor's Liquid Hair Dye No.2" 13/16" sq, 2 15/16" high (see others)

1854-1878

"Batchelor's Liquid Hair Dye No.1" (Wilson dates)

1870-1900

3 2/16" diam, 11 10/16" high, on hase-A&DHC p

pre 1916

poss. Maryland Glass Co. "W" or "M" "2" on base

1881-1905

"Dr. Kilmers Swamp Root Kidney Liver and Bladder Cure" Binghampton, NY USA-"8B" on base

1870+

"Hamlin's Wizard Oil" (cure all)

1870-1890

"Florida Water", oil finish

ca.1860

*Open Pontilled, 12 sided bottle, very thin flared finish and dimpled glass, crude looking (perfume?)

1888-1900

"Mountain City Drug Store" "Harry Brisley Pharmacist" "Registered" "Prescott Arizona" "M" "Pat May 15 '88" "DF&Co" (Toulouse dates), druggist in Prescott since 1888

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (Wilson dates)

 

"90" or "06" on base

 

"F" on base, Owens machine made (nothing in Toulouse)

1875+

"PD &Co.344" on base, Park Dave & Co, Detroit MI (Toulouse dates)

1870-1890

"Florida Water" "Murray & Lanman" "Druggists" "New York" "61" on base, oil finish (1861- 1948; Fike pp. 244)

 

"Colgate and Co" "New York"

1881-1915

"Dr.Kilmers" "Swamp Root & Kidney, Liver & Bladder Cure" "Binghamton NY USA" "56" on base (Fike pp. 101 & 209; 1880s)

 

machine made, "C" on base, screw top, unkn maker

 

machine made, Owens mark on base

 

"Curtuce Brothers" "Preserves" "Rochester NY", machine made, Owens bottle mmark on base, screw top

1881-1905

"Dr.Kilmers Binghamtom NY USA Swamp Root-Kidney Liver and Bladder Cure"

1870-1890

"ED PINAUD Paris" base= "AC 2070"

1909-1961

"Full Pint" on side, "B" "48" on base, Owens machine made, Buck Glass Co. Baltimore

 

"One Half Pint" on side, poss. "X" on base, Owens machine made

1880-1900

"One Pint" on base, top has diff mold/seam, no other marks except two concentric circles on base, poss. Buckeye Glass Co., Martins Ferry Ohio

1916-1929

"2 1/2 FL Ozs" on side, small soda w/crown cap, machine made, diamond on base with "1" or I" next to it, Illinois Glass Co?

 

"3" on base

1877-1920

"Lea & Perrins Worchestersire Sauce" club sauce finish

1882-1886

"WIS GLASS CO" "38" on base

1879-1907

"C&Co" on base = Cunninghams & Co., Pittsburg

 

"PUTNAM" "183" on base, machine made, no info in Toulouse

 

"3" on base

1894

"Dr. Birney's" "Catarrhal Powder" (vial) (adv 1894; Fike pp. 155) (addictive cocaine based)

1895-1905

"Dr. Birney's" "Catarrhal Powder" (vial) (3/4" diam, 2" tall) viral infection

 

"J.Walkers" "V.B." on base, bitters bottle (internet, no date) (Vegetable Renovating Vinegar Bitters, 1863, best date after 1866; Fike pp. 185)

1902-1924

top line is broken off, then "H&C Klotz Co." "Registered"  (Fike pp. 67; adv 1810-1930) (dates internet)

1840-1891

"Vegetable" "Pain Killer" on sides "Davis" on front in window (wilson) (bottles first embossed ca. 1854, Fike pp. 130)

 

Lowson & Haydon London, top broken off and miss, nothing in Toulouse, Wilson or internet

1879-1896

"D.S.G.Co." "E" DeSterger Glass Co., Illinois

1875-?

"PD&Co" "50" Parke Davis &Co, (Toulouse date), 7/16" X 7/8"base, 2" tall

1904-1907

Adolphus Busch Glass Mfg Co, Illinois

 

"Full 1/2 pint" "B" "12", broken but most parts present, machine made

1860-1880

"Langley's Ess Jamaica Ginger San Francisco" (1860s-1880s; Fike pp. 129)

 

"O" with a box around it, machine made, screw top

 

machine made soda "XC" on bottom of side, crown top (2 1/4"diam X 7 3/4" tall) (nothing in Toulouse)

 

machine made soda "XC" on bottom of side, crown top (2 1/4"diam X 7 3/4" tall) (nothing in Toulouse)

1872-1913

"N& Co. Ltd" "4888", Nutall & Co., England

 

"1274" on base, machine made, crude glass

 

"Blue & Gold" on bottom, nothing in Toulouse, "Net Contents 11 1/2 oz" on bottom of side

1870-1920

"L.H.Thomas Co." on base, machine made ink bottle, nothing in Toulouse

 

"Liquid Veneer" on base, cork still in bottle, cleaning product

 

base has "WTH" or "WTR", no marks on sides

 

"Armour's Top Notch Brand Chicago" "7" on base, machine made

1905-1917

"P" on bottom (Pierce Glass Co, Pennsylvania) machine made, "258" on bottom side

1892-1906

"Murine Eye Remedy" "Chicago, U.S.A." (13/16" diam, 3 9/16" tall) (adv 1892; Fike pp. 209)

1876-1902

"SF&PGW" "4" on base, top broken/missing, San Francisco & Pacific Glass Works

1886-1928

"ABGM Co: "H6" on base, Adolphus Busch Glass Mfg Co, Illinois

1898-1911

"MG Co" "A" "3"-Millgrove Glass Co

1900-1904

"MB&G Co" Massillon Bottle & Glass Co-Ohio

 

"Chesebrough Mfc Co" "Vaseline" (1860s limited sale; 1879 wide spread Blue Seal Vaseline Petroleum Jelly; Fike 56)

1868-1888

"R&Co" "25" on base, Roth & Videane (1868-1876), Roth & Luy (1876-1879), Roth & Co.(1879-1888)

1875-1913

"CS & Co Ltd" "4170" Connigton, Shaw & Co.-England. Dark green, almost black glass

 

"5" on base, looks machine made but w/ 2 molds, unk. Function

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (worn sides)

 

"Chesebrough Mfc Co" "Vaseline" jar, New York on bottom, white glass, broken side

1875-1890

"Ross's Belfast" top broken off and missing

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris"

 

"Chesebrough Mfc Co" "Vaseline" jar, New York on bottom, white glass (see above)

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co" "Mil"-Wisconsin Glass Co. (Toulouse)

1884-1911

"S. McKee & Co" "7"-Pittsburgh (Toulouse)

1870-1895

"I G Co" Ihmsen Glass Co, Pittsburg (Toulouse)

1880-1881

"C V Co No 2" "2" Milw, Chase Vallet Glass Co., Milwaukee

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co" "Milw"

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co" "38"

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co" "18"

1849-1907

"C & Co" "9", Cunningham & Co, Pittsburg

1863-1891

"E" on base, unk in Toulouse (1863-1891 Wilson)

c.1880

"L G Co." "28"-Louisville Glass Works, Ky

1870-1890

"A & DHC" "7" A &DH Chambers, Pittsburg

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co" "37"

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co" "Milw"

1880-1900

"FHGW" "17"-Frederick Hampton Glassworks, England (Toulouse)

1865-1879

"C & I" Cunningham & Ihmsen (Toulouse)

1863-1894

"E" on base, unk in Toulouse (dates fr Wilson)

1881-1885

"WIS Glass Co" "Milw" 19

1863-1891

"L"-poss. A.Vogeler & Co, Baltimore-unk. Dates, ( c.1880 Toulouse) (1863-1891 Wilson)

1882-1937

"D.O.C." D.O. Cunningham Glass Co., Pittsburg PA

1863-1891

"K" (unk in Toulouse) (Wilson dates, p.26)

c.1880

"L G Co." "25" Louisville Glass Works, KY

1870-1890

"A & DHC" "7" A &DH Chambers, Pittsburg

1878-1911

"MG Co" "A" "S" Millgrove Glass Co

1917-1929

"A.B. Co"-American Bottle Co, Chicago (Toulouse)

1904-1907

Adolphus Busch Glass Mfg Co, Illinois

1900-1929

"WF &S"-William Franzen & Son, Milwaukee

 

"PABST MILWAUKEE B" "THIS BOTTLE NOT TO BE SOLD

 

"...SOUTH BREWERY &…", broken, not all visible, machine made

1940s?

"BLATZ" machine made

1930s

"2921" on base, "IPG Co"

1858+

"J.Hostetters" "Stomach Bitters" on side, "762" "24" on base (after 1858 bottles were embossed; Fike pp. 36)

 

From WW Ross-Corner Drugstore-Prescott, AZ

1863-1891

"3" no info, Wilson dates

1882-1886

"WIS Glass CO" "E"

1882-1886

"WIS Glass CO" "18"

1882-1886

"WIS Glass Co MILW"

1882-1886

"WIS Glass CO" "3"

1870-1895

"IG Co" "K" Ihnsen Glass Co, Pittsburg

1888?

Paper label, drwaing of a house "…Derricksburg" Charles Hunter-Fredericksburg, VA (winery?)

 

"R" on base, unk maker

1877-1920

"J&D S" John Duncan & Sons NY, Lea & Perrins Worcester (large size), badly broken, most of bottle missing

1865-1890

"Lubin Parfumeur Paris" (top missing)

1881-1905

"Dr.Kilmers Swamp Root Kidney, Liver, and Bladder Cure" "Binghamton NY USA" (top missing), ""54" on base

1881-1905

"Dr.Kilmers Swamp Root Kidney, Liver, and Bladder Cure" "Binghamton NY USA" (top missing), ""54" on base

1881-1905

"Dr.Kilmers Swamp Root Kidney, Liver, and Bladder Cure" "Binghamton NY USA" (top missing), ""54" on base

1894

"Dr. Birney's" "Catarrahal Powder" (sheared)

1890-1900

"M" (Olive Glass Works) or "W" (Whitney Glass Works) in diamond on base, no info in Toulouse,

 

vial, sheared lip (4/8" X 5/8" base, 2 3/16" tall)

1892

"Lea & Perrins Worcester Sauce, JDS" -John Duncan & Sons (cork still around stopper) (badly broken, but all pcs there)

 

"CW & Co"-unkn in Toulouse, found on Guiness Beer bottle, dark green

1858-1902

"Bitters" on fron, rest is missing, "AGW"-Alloa Glass Work 1900-Scotland, poss Hostetters Bitters (1858-1902, prob pre 1887)

1863-1891

"H" on base, no info, Wilson dates

1872-1907

"JGB Siegerth & HUOS" on base-Angostura Bitters Venezuela

1910-1930

"U.D.Co." "O" "17" United Drug Co (became Rexall Lab in 1903; Fike pp. 80)

 

"…for the Teeth and Breath…"

1898?

"…E" "…OYCO…" "The Wellington Saloon" "Prescott Arizona." ON BASE= "Design Patent Co" "Pat Aug 9 1898" (fairly complete)

1886-1928

"ABGM Co" Adolphus Busch Glass Manuf Co., Illinois

1898-1911

"MG Co" "A", Millgrove Glass Co, Indiana (Toulouse dates)

1880-1900

"F H G W" "4", Frederick Hampson Glass Works, England

c.1880

"L G Co" Louisville Glass Co, Kentucky

1863-1891

"I" no info, Wilson dates

1863-1891

"H" no info, Wilson dates

1863-1891

"H" no info, Wilson dates

1863-1891

"H" no info, Wilson dates

 

"Federal Sale of this…" on shoulder, function unk

 

0-126 on base, Rectangular, function unk

 

"1" on side, function unk

 

"B" on base, SCA, function unk

 

"5" on base, Galli Wine Company (on body), 3 Fl Oz

1880-1900

"R & Co" "39",  Toulouse-maker and user unk, on Export Beers dates

1867+

"Fratelli & Branca" "Milano", Seal applied on shoulder-Fratelli, Branca, Milano Italy (seal used after 1867), est. 1845 (first imported to the US in 1867; Fike pp. 163)

1887-1915

"OGW" Olean Glass Co (Toulouse), misc glass frags

 

front = "Hair Balsam", on side "…'RKER'S"

 

"R-466" on base, poss Ownes mfg, machine made, oval shape

 

"Full 1/2 Pint" "34" on base, poss Owens Mfg, oval shape

1825+

"Dr Crattan" on base, Crattan & Co, Ltd, est. 1825, Belfast Ireland, Original makers of Ginger Ale

 

"Monro & Co" "LP00"-Unk function

1940s?

"Blatz" "Milwaukee" (on shoulder and side)

1940s?

"Blat..." "Milwa..." (on shoulder and side)

 

"One Pint W…", oval base, unk function

 

"A._" on base, "K17", unk function

 

12 (diamond) Lyric (Toulouse-Illinois Glass Co) (12=Gas City Plant), rectangular base, function unk

1873-1929

"L (diamond w/'I') "LYRI…", ([1916-1929]Toulouse-Illinois Glass Co, Alton, Ill [1873-1929]), rectangular shape, function unk