Measuring a little over 6" High, This is an Original, Antique, "Mold-Blown, American, "Proprietary / Patent" Medicine Bottle from New York City. The Bottle is Oval, in Shape, + Features Embossing, on the Front, Side, which Reads: L.MILLER'S / HAIR INVIGORATOR / N. " The Bottle has a Very Crudely Hand-Outwardly Rolled, Top / "Lip-Finish", and is Loaded with Great Over-All, Crudeness, including "Whittle-Marks, + Air Bubbles, inside the Glass. The Lettering is Very Early, Off-Center, Crooked + of the Very Oldest Style, that is Seen on the Early 19th Century Mold-Blown Bottles. CONDITION: The Bottle is in Great "About Perfect", "Estate-Found" Condition w/ NO FORMS OF "DAMAGE", NO CHIPS, NO CRACKS, NO POT-STONE "RADIATIONS", NO OPEN-BUBBLES, NO ABRASIONS, NO SCUFFS, NO VISIBLE STAINING, NO "FLEA-BITES", NO "ISSUES", NO DINGS. Very Clean + Sparkling Nice!! This is an Excerpt from t "HAIR RAISING STORIES", The Classic, On-Line, Antique Hair / Proprietary Medicine Bottles, by Donald FadelyThanks Don for a Great, + Extremely Informative Site on Early "Hair" Bottles. Louis Miller was first listed in New York City as a Hairdresser in 1848, at 295 Broadway.
Starting in 1863, he was a Barber at 56 Dey Street. He continued at that address until 71, being variously listed as Barber, Chemist, Drugs, and Patent Medicines.
In 1874, Margaret Miller was listed as the widow of Louis. She had a Hotel at 58 Dey.MILLER'S / HAIR INVIGORATOR / N. Minty + Whittle-Marks" is in sale since Tuesday, June 26, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Antique (Pre-1900)\Medicines & Cures".
The seller is "bottleboyrobert" and is located in Hyannis, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.