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E. HARTSHORN & SON / ESTABLISHED 1850 - Worm Extract – medicine bottle

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A neat item simply as a Civil War era personal item or period medical component, the bottle collector will quickly recognize the rare embossing variation E. HARTSHORN & SON [singular] / ESTABLISHED 1850 / BOSTON, MASS instead of the usual E HARTSHORN & SONS [plural with a reverse order of: ] BOSTON MASS. - ESTABLISHED 1850 as seen on these bottles. (The only such variation example we have found.) Likely an important feature with respect to desirability for the bottle collector, though as Civil War era collectors we were most pleased with the presence of the original label. Dr. Edward Hartshorn was born in Gloucester, Mass. 1817 and graduated from the Harvard Medical School in 1840. After practicing medicine for some time Dr. Hartshorn turned his attention to pharmaceuticals taking his sons aboard each in turn as they reached the age of majority. The bottle is in pleasing condition and the label, as you can see remains in excellent condition. A neat display item! As with all direct sales, we are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with refund of the purchase price upon return as purchased! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !


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