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Baltimore Tree Bottle- Open Pontil (1830's-1840's)
Embossing- Tree Figure on front. BALTIMORE in serifs on one side
 
Height- 5 inches
Shape- Rectangular
Lip-      Inwardly rolled lip
Color-   Aqua
Rarity-   Rare
 

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Davis & Miller Druggists- Open Pontil( 1840-1850's)
 
Embossing- DAVIS &
                   MILLER
                   DRUGGISTS
                   BALTIMORE
 
Height- 4 1/2 inches
Shape- Round
Lip-     Inwardly Rolled
Color-  Aqua
Rarity- Very Rare ( Partial Label, black ink residue inside)
 
Label- Black Ink  Davis & Miller Wholesale Druggists 12 North Howard Street Baltimore
 
They were listed as wholesale druggists from 1846-1890.
 

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Davis and Miller Druggists- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)

Embossing- DAVIS & MILLER DRUGGISTS BALTIMORE

Height -   4 1/4 inches
Shape -   Round
Lip -        Flared
Color -     Green
Rarity -    Extremely Rare

Address- 12 North Howard Street

































1845 Advertisement L. Gouley's Vegetable Medicinal Store

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Louis Gouley- Open Pontil (1845-1850's)



Embossing- GOULEY'S FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH No.(Fountain) 38 BALTIMORE ST BALTIMORE
Height- 9 1/2 inches
Shape- Round
Lip- Tapered
Color- Aqua
Rarity- Uncommon
Address- 38 Baltimore St
 
They were listed in the directories from 1837 until 1858 as a Vegetable Medicine Dealer






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Mrs. Norris Cedar Tar- Open Pontil (1850's)
 
Embossing- MRS NORRIS CEDAR TAR BALTIMORE MD
 
Height-  4 inches
Shape-  Rectangular
Lip-       Flared
Color-    Aqua
Rarity-   Rare
 
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Norris were listed in the directories from 1853-1859 as the owners of a Cedar Tar Depot.  Their business was located at 343 W. Baltimore St.  Mrs. B Norris was also listed in 1847- 1854 as a dress maker at the same location.

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E. H. Stabler & Co-  Open Pontil (1850's)
 
Embossing- STABLER & Co. DRUGGISTS BALTIMORE
 
Height-        4 inches
Shape-        Rectangular
Lip-             Inwardly Rolled
Color-          Aqua
Rarity-         Rare
 
Edward H. Stabler was listed in the directories as a wholesale druggists from 1847-1860.  Their address was 120 West Pratt Street.   Edward's father, Edward Stabler Sr, founded a drug store in Alexandria, Virginia in 1792.  His father's apothecary is now a museum known as the Stabler- Leadbeater Apothecary Museum.

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E. H. Stabler & Co-  Open Pontil (1850's)
 
Embossing-   STABLER WORM MIXTURE
 
Height-          3 1/2 inches
Shape-          Hexagonal
Lip-               Inwardly Rolled
Color-            Aqua
Rarity-           Rare
 
 

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E. H. Stabler & Co- Open Pontil (1850's)
 
Embossing-  STABLER & Co  BALTIMORE
 
Height- 6 inches
Shape- Rectangular
Lip-     Applied Tapered
Color-  Aqua
Rarity- Rare

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C.P. Rogers- Open Pontil (1840's)
 
Embossing- C.P. ROGERS WORM
                   MIXTURE BALTIMORE
 
Height- 4 1/8 inches
Shape- Round
Lip-      Flared(missing on example)
Color-   Aqua
Rarity-  Rare
 
Charles P Rogers was listed in the directories from 1842-1845 at the corner of Howard and Marion.  In 1847-1848 C. P Rogers & Co. were listed as  druggists at 99 S Paca St.  From 1853-1856 they were listed as Charles P Rogers & Bros located at NW Corner of Baltimore and Howard.

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CP Rogers & Bros- Open Pontil (1850's)
 
Embossing- C.P. ROGERS & BROS. DRUGGISTS BALTIMORE
 
Height- 4 inches
Shape- Rectangular
Lip-    Inwardly Rolled
Color- Aqua
Rarity- Rare

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J Irwin Smith- Open Pontil (1850's)
 
Embossing- J. IRWIN SMITH
                   BALTIMORE MD
 
Height-        4 inches
Shape-        Rectangular
Lip-             Inward Rolled
Color-          Aqua
Rarity-         Extremely Rare
 
He was listed as a Wholesale Druggists from 1852-1859 at 122 W Pratt

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Stewart's Pharmacy Baltimore- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)
 
Embossing- STEWART'S PHARMACY(front)  BALTIMORE(on back)
 
Height - 5 inches
Shape- Oval
Lip     - Flared
Color  - Light Green/Aqua
Rarity - Very Rare
 
Address- SE Corner Hanover and Camden Sts.
 
 
James VD. Stewart was listed as a druggist/ chemist from 1842 -1880's.  In the 1880's the company changed to James V.D. Stewart & Co. and continued on through the early 1900's

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J V ' D Stewart Baltimore- Open Pontil ( 1840-1850's)
 
Embossing-  J V 'D STEWART
                    BALTIMORE
 
Height- 6 inches
Shape- Rectangular
Lip-     Square Collar
Color-  Aqua
Rarity- Rare

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Davis and Miller Druggists- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)
 
Embossing- DAVIS & MILLERS
                   AMERICAN WORM
                   SYRUP A CERTAIN
                   REMEDY FOR WORMS
                   ( on all six sides)
 
Height- 4 1/2 inches
Shape- Hexagonal
Lip-      Flared
Color-   Aqua
Rarity-  Rare

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Davis & Miller Druggists- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)
 
Embossing- DAVIS & / MILLER DRUGGISTS BALTIMORE
                  
 
Height-  4 inches
Shape-  Rectangular
Lip     -  Flared
Color  - Aqua
Rarity-  Extremely Rare

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Davis & Miller Druggists- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)
 
Embossing-   DAVIS & MILLER DRUGGISTS BALTIMORE
 
Height- 6 1/2 inches
Shape-- Rectangular
Lip-     Applied Double Ring
Color-   Aqua
Rarity-  Rare

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Davis and Miller Druggists- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)
 
Embossing- DAVIS & MILLER DRUGGISTS BALTIMORE
 
Height-       3 1/8 inches
Shape-       Rectangular
Lip-            Flared
Color-         Aqua
Rarity-        Rare

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E & S Frey- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)

Embossing- FREY'S VERMIFUGE BALTIMORE

Height- 4 Inches

Shape- Square

Lip- Flared

Color- Aqua

Rarity- Rare

  E. & S. Frey were listed as druggists from 1835 thru the 1920's.  There address was 314 W Baltimore Street.



















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Houck's Patent Panacea - Open Pontil (1840's)
 
Embossing- HOUCK'S PATENT PANACEA BALTIMORE
 
Height- 6 1/2 inches
Shape- Round
Lip     - Applied tapered
Color  - Aqua
Rarity - Scarce
 
Jacob Houck came to Baltimore in 1828 and was listed as a dry goods merchant until 1833-1834.   He received the Patent for his Houck's Panacea on May 9, 1833.  The patent number was X7574.  His panacea contained the following:
Rye whiskey 25 gallons, Gum quac 25 lbs, Sugar 150 lbs, Oil of Juniper 1lb, and Oil of Lemon 5 oz.  He was listed in Matchetts Baltimore Directory selling his Panacea from 1835-1850's. 

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John A Jones- Open Pontil (1850's)
 
Embossing-  JOHN A JONES    
                    BALTIMORE No1
Height-         3 1/2 inches
Shape-         Rectangular
Lip-              Flared
Color-           Aqua
Rarity-          Rare
Address-       23 East Baltimore St
John A Jones was listed in the 1852 Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory as an Inventor and Manufacturer of Liquid Hair-Dye and Hair Restorative.  He was also listed in Matchetts Baltimore Directory from 1853-1854. 
 
 

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John A Jones- Open Pontil (1850's)
 
Embossing- JONES on front, No 1 on back, vertical ribbing on bottle
 
Height- 3 1/2 inches
Shape- Rectangular
Lip-      Inwardly rolled lip
Color-   Aqua
Rarity-  Rare
Address- 23 East Baltimore Street
 

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Mackenzie & Co- Open Pontil (1840's)
 
Embossing- MACKENZIE & CO. BALTIMORE
 
Height- 2 3/4 inches
Shape- 12 sided, embossed on three panels
Lip-      Flared
Color-  Aqua
Rarity- Rare
 
Mackenzie and Co were listed in the directories as Chemists and Druggists from 1831 thru 1860.  They were located at the corner of Baltimore and Gay Streets.

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Martin & Whiteley- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)
 
Embossing-   DR MARTINS SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY PREPARED BY MARTIN & WHITELEY BALTIMORE MD
                 
Height- 6 3/4 inches
Shape- Rectangular
Lip-     Applied Tapered
Color-  Aqua
Rarity- Extremely Rare

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William K. Orrick- Open Pontil (1840-1850's)

Embossing - ORRICK'S VERMIFUGE OR WORM DESTROYER

Height - 4 3/4 inches
Shape - Round
Lip - Flared (missing from example)
Color - Clear
Rarity - Rare
Address- Corner of Eutaw and Lexington

The earliest address I could find for his business was in 1840-1841. NE Corner Lexington and Eutaw Streets( near Lexington market). He was listed in the directories from 1840-1869.