It has the deep blue aqua color typical of the 1870s and 1880s products blown at the SF&PGW (or predecessors) and have been reported to be found in the West, though some seem to come from back east also.In any event, this example is 9.2" tall, "flask" shaped body (over 4" wide and 2" thick), blown in a post-base mold, lacking evidence of body air venting although boldly embossed, and a crudely applied double ring lip or finish with an appearance and manufacturing signature dating it to the 1870s.
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The glass is, as noted, a rich blue aqua with a nice assortment of bubbles in the glass and a bit of other crudeness to the body.
Condition is near mint with no issues besides one surface open bubble at the heel that has no depth at all; it appears to have been professionally cleaned to my eye.
Great example of a very rare tonic bottle that I've seen a couple examples sell for $500 or more in recent years. KURNITZKI'S / AROMATIC / WIRE GRASS TONIC - Is that a great name or what!?
These are quite rare bottles of which I've seen maybe 6 or 7 of; here is an extra one I've come into possession of recently. Kurnitzki was a doctor (or at least used the doctor's title) who produced several different patent medicines - including a Wire Grass Kidney & Liver Medicine - in the southern city of Charleston, South Carolina (the K&L medicine notes the city; the tonic bottle does not have the city embossed).
0ARMBRECHTS' / TONIC / COCA WINE / LONDON - Here is a great tonic bottle from the late 19th century era of popularity for coca based "medicines." These were basically alcoholic beverages laced with the "active" ingredient(s) from coca leaves, i.e., cocaine. This product was a competitor to the French Coca Mariani which came in an almost identical shaped bottle.
Certainly they made the users of the products "active" as the product was very popular not only in Europe & British Isles but in the U. Armbrechts' was certainly the English "knock-off" riding the coattails of the French products very "high" (pun intended) popularity by using the same type bottle.
There is also must faintest wisps of haze a couple edges inside..hard to see.
This bottle also has some cool glass particles imbedded in the base and a couple sand grain sized glass fragments standing out from the lower size below the "S" in KURNITSKI'S (click images to enlarge) - all in making and caused by glass from previous bottles coming off in the mold.
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