Bitters bottle

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Object Name: 
Bitters bottle
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Overall H: 25.2 cm, W: 8.7 cm
On Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Ms. Carlyn Ring
Primary Description: 
Deep reddish amber non-lead glass; mold-blown. Cabin shape with flat collar, four sided roof has scrolls above each word of "DRAKE'S/PLANTATION/BITTERS" on one side and "PATENTED/1862" on opposite. Log pattern on four sides, rectangular label panels on front and back. Square base with circular depression and paper label with "236".
Ring, Carlyn, Source
For Bitters Only (1980) D102, p. 171; BIB# 21561