Bottle found in Georgia Swamp

I was hunting and found this bottle and no ount of googling has gotten me close. Hoping one of you can help


8 inches tall, 2.5 inches wide, 1.5 inches deep.

Mold seam runs from a corner to about 1 inch below the top of the lip on opposite sides


Only lettering are 3 large capital L's


Only mark on base is a indent which points to opposite corners of the mold seam.


Any help is appreciated!






Comments

  • I'm still doing research on this. Based on the color I'm guessing medicine bottle? Based on the shape and bottom would 1850-1900 seem about right?

  • If the mold seam does not go to the top of the lip, then this would be a late 19th c. bottle....possible 1880s but more likely 1890s...maybe even a bit into the next decade.


    Patent medicine - yes.


    Finding a labeled example likely will be necessary to get further with ID.

  • edited August 15

    Thanks for the information. The third photo down shows where the mold stops, about an inch below. I'll bump the estimate back to late 1800s/early 1900s then and put it on the shelf. Not the most exciting find, but always nice to stumble across something intact.

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