5 edition of Frog Medicine (Blue Ribbon Book) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||October 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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The main differences are that the liquor bottle almost always has a different style finish double ring is most common and the body sides taper in towards the base, not parallel like the druggist style union oval. The image to the far right Frog Medicine (Blue Ribbon Book) is of two examples of what glass makers called a "ball neck panel", "ball neck extract" or an assortment of various proprietary names for variations on this rectangular, typically paneled bottle style.
Click on the link to view a close-up image of the. This example has a blowpipe pontil scar, was blown in a key base mold, has an applied double ring finish, and the overall crudeness of an earlier mouth-blown bottle.
A few tonics continue as medicines to this day, though they are not common empirical observations. Drugs of an ethical nature are those dispensed via a doctor's prescription Munsey 1970; Fike 1987.
1870 and before empirical observations. The bottle is a deep emerald green, mouth-blown, and just under 2" tall with an externally threaded finish with a ground lip or rim i. - Image to the immediate right. Note the large air bubble in Frog Medicine (Blue Ribbon Book) picture. Note the small embossed "warning" bumps on the four edges of the bottle. It is common for medicines to have a mixture of naming classes for the same product, e. A narrow neck and bore likely limited evaporation through or around the cork also.
My students are anxious to find another adventure by Mark Teague. It exhibits a subtle variation of the prescription finish which is a bit funnel or trumpet shaped. And Teague's vision of a modern frog city is engaging and fantastical.
Dating of these type bottles follows quite well the guidelines presented throughout this website and summarized on the page; see that page for more information.
They were a thriving company until the 1930s-40s when the advent of antibiotics and other more powerful drugs overshadowed and replaced much of homeopathy and other naturopathic forms of medicine.
Another olive green example of a Dr.
The pictured example dates - based on manufacturing based diagnostic characteristics and the context of where it was found - from the between 1865 to 1875 as it has a crudely rolled in finish see close-up at link below , is very crude in the body with no evidence of mold air venting, and was produced in a post-bottom mold.
Note the small embossed "warning" bumps on the four edges of the bottle.
This bottle has an applied rounded "bead" finish, was blown in a two-piece hinge mold, has a blowpipe pontil scar on the base, and lacks evidence of mold air venting.