Medicine Bottle

Clear glass medicine bottle retaining cork and part of contents. Embossed on the base is a flat-cut diamond profile (a hexagon), containing the letters Y/G/ Co, for the glassworks. 12 cm tall and 4.7 cm wide at the shoulder. The same glassworks made three of the medicine bottles discarded at Hempstead in 1895, in ice-blue and clear glass. Discarded with various other medicine bottles retaining some of their contents after the death of Mary Everett, 1908.


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March 31, 2015

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