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This is the earlier example made from the same mold that was used for either the W & Co / N. Click base view to view this light but distinct pontil scar.
An excellent example and the equal of an identical example (same color and mold but with a blowpipe pontil scar) sold in 2010 at American Bottle Auctions for over a 00 (with commission). - This is embossed vertically on three sides of this familiar - and desired - bottle to collectors.
Bottle acquired for and pictured on the Historic Bottle Website. The "Old Doctor" bottles were used by the same-named poseur and competitor of the more common Dr. This bottle is a beautiful medium clear green or blue green depending on ones eye; the images show the color well.
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I am sharing this experience so that everyone who are in need can be a part of it. I have a bunch of Anchor 1951 Schlitz 7oz brown bottles. Can't seem to track a serial number anywhere on the web? photo (if posted) I was searching around in my attic and I stumbled across this bottle (full/unopened) and I thought it was very rare because I can''t seem to find anything about it online.