5 edition of collector"s guide to patent and proprietary medicine bottles of the nineteenth century found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Patent and proprietary medicine bottles.|
|Statement||[by] Joseph K. Baldwin.|
|LC Classifications||NK5440.B6 B33|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||540|
|LC Control Number||72013899|
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Collector's guide to patent and proprietary medicine bottles of the nineteenth century. Nashville, T. Nelson [©] (OCoLC) Online version: Baldwin, Joseph K. Collector's guide to patent and proprietary medicine bottles of the nineteenth century.
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A collector's guide to patent and proprietary medicine bottles of the nineteenth century by Joseph K. Baldwin starting at $ A collector's guide to patent and proprietary medicine bottles of the nineteenth century has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Bill Hunt's Medicine Bottle Glass Index This database is a reference to aid in the identification of embossed medicine bottles.
It is equally appropriate for researching complete labels as well as label fragments and is suitable for use by bottle collectors as well as historical archeologists. A Collector's Guide to Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles of the Nineteenth Century By Joseph K.
Baldwin Condition An exceptional copy; fine in an equally fine dw. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especial Offered by MW Books Ltd. Price $. "Medicinal/Chemical/Druggist Bottles" page Organization & Structure.
This page is divided somewhat arbitrarily into the categories and sub-categories listed below. The "Patent/Proprietary Medicinal Bottles" grouping is easily the most diverse group of shapes, though generally only.
Also get historical cross references to over a dozen sources including the plus lot Sam Greer collection, Frederick Nielsen's Great American Pontiled Medicines, Joseph Baldwin's Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles of the 19th Century and many others.
Mail $15 to Jim Holst, Southwick Drive, Kennesaw, GA The so-called golden age of patent medicines lasted from the mid-nineteenth century into the first two decades of the twentieth century. By modern standards, Americans during this period knew very little about human physiology, biochemistry, and endocrinology.
They sought quick solutions for medical problems that they did not necessarily. Great American Pontiled Medicines, By Fredrick Nielson, (), Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles by Joseph Baldwin, (), The Bottle Book a Comprehensive Guide to Historic, Embossed Medicine Bottles, by Richard E.
Fike, () and Harmer Rooke Gallery absentee auction Catalog for the Samuel J. Greer collection of Early American. The Great Patent Medicine Era; Or Without Benefit of Doctor by Adelaide Hechtlinger,pages with with some full color and many twotone copies of old patent medicine ads and posters, ex library book with dust jacket.
The Collector's Guide to Old Fruit Jars - RED BOOK No. 8 by Douglas M. Leybourne Jr. Bill Agee's Cure Books. A Collectors Guide – Inks Alan Blakeman, Reviewed: Bottles & Extras, August, A Collector’s Guide to Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles Joseph K.
Baldwin, Collector’s Guide to the Saratoga Type Mineral Water Bottles Donald Tucker, A Collector’s Guide To Arizona Bottles & Stoneware pages, Michael Miller. EXAMPLE #3: Click on the bottle photos to view a larger version of the image.
This example will date two slightly different examples of the same patent or proprietary medicine (Hall's Balsam for the Lungs) to illustrate how the Dating page questions can differentiate the age of different versions of the same type bottle made for a lengthy period.
Get this from a library. Patent medicine bottle collection, ca. [David S Greer] -- Consists of over two hundred patent medicine bottles from the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth century, a collection assembled by Dr. David S. Greer, Dean of Medicine at Brown University.
A Collector's Guide to Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles of the Nineteenth Century [By] Joseph K. Baldwin Baldwin, Joseph K. Published by Nashville, T.
Nelson (). A Collectors Guide - Inks Alan Blakeman, Reviewed: Bottles & Extras, August, A Collector's Guide to Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles Joseph K.
Baldwin, Collector's Guide to the Saratoga Type Mineral Water Bottles Donald Tucker, A Collector's Manual, Fruit Jars Julian Harrison Toulouse, Digger Odell's Official. Antique Bottle Collector Resource Guide Collectors Weekly is a website that offers antique bottle collectors a place to learn about the many different types of bottles.
In addition, collectors can share pictures of their favorite bottles and read informative articles. Many collectible medicine bottles were originally purchased from. A Collector's Guide to Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles of the Nineteenth Century. Thomas Nelson, New York, NY.
Ball, Edmund F. From Fruit Jars to Satellites: The Story of Ball Brothers Company Incorporated. The Newcomen Society in North. A Collector's Guide to Patent and Proprietary Medicine Bottles of the Nineteenth Century.
Thomas Nelson, Inc., New York. Clint, David K. Colorado Historical Bottles & ETC., Johnson Publishing Company, Boulder, Colorado. Clorox Company, The. The. In the waning days of the 19th century, when America’s frontier was closing, the country’s “medical” marketplace was still behaving like the Wild West.
Doctors, some without credentials, and entrepreneurs sold all kinds of concoctions laced with alcohol, opium or another now-illegal drug they claimed could cure everything from diabetes to liver disease. Dozens of. Hundreds of medicine bottles pictured in Digger's Medicine Bottle Price Guide.
Digger answers your questions about antique and old medicine bottles. Digger Odell Publications books about bottles, bottle digging and bottle collecting.Patent medicines often had the capacity to help people feel better. "Feeling better” was not necessarily the result of patent medicine’s medicinal properties; but rather related to the fact that many patent medicines were laced with opiate drugs and alcohol.
This post was written by cataloger Catherine Falzone. The Patricia D. Klingenstein Library of the New-York Historical Society has a number of almanacs that were printed as advertisements by patent medicine companies.
Most people in the nineteenth century bought an almanac every year and considered them trustworthy sources of information. Unscrupulous patent medicine manufacturers Author: Edward O'reilly.