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It has a slightly bulging shoulder and heel and is of a shape used by several ink manufacturers during the noted ear. This particular bottle is 6" tall and 2.

The bottle was sealed with a modified crown cap closure as shown in the illustration. Alton, IL. Toulouse ; close-up of the shoulder, neck and finish showing the standard crown cap accepting finish.

A couple examples follow though there are likely hundreds of other examples produced during the period covered by this website. Harrison Ink Company of Philadelphia, PA.

Photo courtesy of Glass Works Auctions. Apollos W. This example is embossed with HARRISON'S - COLUMBIAN - INK vertically on three of the 12 panels and has PATENT on the shoulder which was apparently for the ink and not the bottle shape Faulkner These bottles are known to have been made at several South New Jersey glasshouses including Whitney Brothers and Isabella Glass Works Covill Most of these bottles are pontil scarred, lack mold air venting, were blown in a true two-piece hinge mold, and have a distinctive flared collared ring finish like the illustrated bottle.

A commonly seen bulk ink bottle from the late s to early s are the very decorative "cathedral" style bottles pictured to the left.

These bottles were produced in three different bulk sizes - quart 9. These bottles were produced for the Carter's Ink Company Boston, Mass.

All the bottles are machine-made and utilized a rubber cork closure with a screw cap pour spout on top click on the two bottle image to see the closures.

For more images of this bottle style, click on the following links: view of three sizes of these gothic or cathedral style ink bottles; view of the bases of the three sizes.

These bottles were sometime produced in a lighter sapphire blue two bottle image shows color comparison and rarely in colorless glass Faulkner There are no significant bottle type specific, manufacturing related diagnostic features or dating trends that have been noted by the author.

As noted at the top of this section on ink bottles, the difference between an "ink bottle" and an "inkwell" is hard to define since they are both small bottles used as "containers for ink" from which a quill or fountain pen was directly filled or dipped Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary Although both were used in a similar fashion - to directly fill a quill or pen - according to Munsey an " In the end, the line is blurred between the two; both are covered as separate bottle "types" on this page.

The first inkstand an inkwell was part of an inkstand which also included writing instruments and a sand shaker for drying was patented in the U.

Quincy of Boston, Massachusetts Faulkner Inkwells began fading in popularity by the early twentieth century due to the rise of fountain pens - which were filled directly from the bottle - and later, ballpoint pens which dominated by the midth century Faulkner ; Wikipedia.

Inkwells were produced in a dizzying array of designs and materials including wood, precious metals, pewter and other more common metals, ceramics, a myriad of minerals, and many other substances Even with "just" glass as the forming material the variety of shapes, colors, and types is staggering.

For those interested in the subject, both Covill's and the Faulkner's books provide a bit more glimpse into more variety than can or should be addressed on this site as inkwells are really a specialty bottle type and outside this websites goals.

However, a few examples of commonly encountered inkwells will be addressed - examples that are more "bottle-like" and more closely follow the dating rules outlined on this website than not.

A straight-on side view of the bottle is available by clicking HERE. These pattern molded inkwells are attributed to the Pitkin Glassworks in Manchester, CT.

Pattern molding was a process of forming a basic design pattern typically ribs on an expanding gob of glass via a dip mold with an engraved design.

The image to the above right is a close-up view of the base of this inkwell showing the blowpipe pontil scar on the base of this inkwell.

It also shows the ribbing pattern continuation from the body to the base typical of a pattern molded bottle. It should be noted that some "Pitkin" style inkwells were also made by other regional glasshouses like those in Keene, NH.

The inkwell pictured to the left was produced by the Coventry Glass Works CT. Click base view to view the base which shows the pontil scar encircling a small indentation in the base center.

The linked image also shows the extensive wear present on the high point edge of the base; a function of these inkwells being used for decades as well as sitting on a shelf for another century or more as these items were rarely discarded unless broken.

This "bottle-like" category of inkwells were produced by several New England glasshouses including the noted Coventry, CT. Vernon, NY and at the Boston and Sandwich Works in Massachusetts Faulkner The very small 1.

Note: This bottle is covered here due to the morphological similarity to the geometric inkwells discussed above.

In any event, this ink bottle was likely produced without the aid of a mold i. Click on base view to see the noted pontil scar.

It has a cheap utilitarian look to it compared to the geometric inkwell shown above though has the same basic configuration.

It could well have been and probably was sold corked and containing ink; whether it was reused as an inkwell can't be determined. It does appear to have some dark ink residue forming a rough ring around the insides, although this could also be related to its residence in the earth for over years.

Unlike most inkwells that were sold empty and were much more ornate, this particular bottle is of a utilitarian nature and does conform to the dating guidelines found on this website, i.

The cobalt blue inkwell pictured to the left is what is known as a "tea kettle," "turtle," or "fountain" inkwell. It dates from the mid to late 19th century.

These type inkwells usually had burst-off or cracked-off finishes which were variably ground down. The finish was usually covered by a hinged, typically brass, ring and cap cap missing on the illustrated example that sealed the bottle when not being used to inhibit evaporation.

The style seems to have been first made during the first quarter of the 19th century Covill ; Faulkner but was most popular from the mids until around or so since pontiled examples are unusual empirical observations.

The tea kettle inkwell or ink bottle pictured to the right is another ink that crosses the line between being an inkwell or simple ink bottle.

Like the aqua center hole ink bottle above this bottle also has a cheaper, utilitarian look to it compared to the cobalt blue teak kettle ink bottle above, which certainly was intended for indefinite use.

Of course, this bottle could have been reused after the initial purchase with ink. It has a tooled straight finish which accepted a cork closure, an eleven sided body, and has no evidence of mold air venting.

It was apparently blown in a true, though asymmetrical, two-piece mold where one portion of the mold formed the base, heel and underside of the neck with the other portion forming the entire body and upper portion of the neck.

Below the patent date is a marking which appears to be three interlinking circles with some faint letters in each circle which is either an unknown bottle makers marking or is related to the company that used the bottle.

To view the actual design patent click: Design Patent 11, The patent notes that this was called a "Fountain-Bottle" and specifically patented for the spout angle and bulge at the base of the spout, the pen rests on the top of the body, and feet bumps on the base see base image - or all those features in combination.

The patent was granted to one Michael H. Hagerty of New York, NY. A search of the few references on ink bottles listed the bottle but nothing about what company used the bottle, what the noted marking on the base may mean, nor anything about Mr.

Covill did note a variant of this bottle that has PAT. FOR on the base indicating manufacture between April 9, , when the patent application was filed, and July 13, when the patent was granted!

Since these bottles are fairly scarce in the authors experience, they were probably only made for a few years in the early to mids.

The illustrated bottles, however, were picked specifically because they are types that do follow the dating rules well. Pontil scarred ink bottles generally were made during or before the Civil War, whereas pontiled inkwells being more of a specialty bottle , were occasionally made later in the 19th century empirical observations.

Since inkwells were not made much after the advent of bottle making machines, machine-made inkwells are unusual but may be encountered now and then.

As portrayed by the image of an early 19th century pewter inkwell to the left, a lot of late 18th to early 20th century inkwells were not bottles or even made of glass.

As noted earlier, inkwells were produced in a dizzying array of designs and materials including wood, precious metals, pewter and other more common metals, ceramics, a myriad of minerals, and many other substances.

However, that can be the subject of another website For more information on the fascinating world of glass ink bottles and inkwells, see the two primary published references used for this section - William Covill's "Ink Bottles and Inkwells" and Ed and Lucy Faulkner's "Inks - Years of Bottles and Companies.

Return to the top of this page. Horses hooves were reportedly a well know component of glue in the past at least according to my parents while growing up!

According to online dictionaries, today the term glue seems to be general term used for adhesives including mucilage. In any event, the terms "glue" and "mucilage" are the most commonly seen either embossed or labeled on historic bottles within the time frame covered by this website Covill ; Faulkner What the contained products were specifically made from is somewhat irrelevant to this discussion of historic mucilage and glue bottles.

Suffice to say that the products were both organic in origin versus the widely used synthetic adhesives today.

Mucilage was often packaged in bottles that were the same as those used for ink - in particular, the cone ink style - at least in part, because both products were often made by the same companies Faulkner The linked bottle likely dates from the s or s.

No history is known on the Henry Hoffman Co. Located at the following link is another late 19th century cone ink style bottle clearly labeled as mucilage: another cone "ink" labeled for mucilage.

No history was found for that particular bottle either. The best that one can say in regards to the past use of now non-labeled cone style ink bottles like those found on historic sites is that they were primarily used for ink and often are found with ink residue inside with a significant use also for mucilage and a substance that would likely dissolve more readily than ink.

Another typical ink bottle style often used for mucilage were the cylindrical, vertical body ink bottles covered earlier on this page Covill It is represented by the bottles illustrated above and below left.

As one can see from the images, these bottles are a bit like the cone ink style, with the horizontal ridge on the shoulder, conical body and short neck, but also a bit like an umbrella ink with the multi-paneled body sides.

Typically, this mucilage style has a taller body and overall height either the typical cone or umbrella inks and a much more pronounced ridge or bulge at the shoulder than the cone ink.

Compare images of both on this page to see the difference. This style also has a bit wider bore or mouth to facilitate the use of the less liquid product than ink, often with some applicator see patent below.

Click on Illinois Glass Co. Style" 3 oz. The patent available at the following link - mucilage applicator patent from - includes a line drawing of a typical midth century mucilage bottle of this style.

Although the patent is not for the bottle itself - by that time a traditional style bottle that was not likely even patentable - it clearly shows a multi-paneled bottle with a distinctly humped shoulder similar to the ones illustrated.

This easily identifiable style was used from at least the early to mids based on pontil scarred examples being observed occasionally but not commonly until the end of the mouth-blown bottle era in the mid to late s.

The classically shaped, conical multi-sided mucilage bottle in the upper left corner of this section base view above right is a relatively early example dating from just before or during the American Civil War based on manufacturing based diagnostic characteristics i.

It has a rolled or folded finish , was blown in a post-base mold, and has a combination style pontil scar exhibiting obvious iron residue. The base view shows the somewhat unusual combination pontil scar on the base of this bottle.

The label notes it is from New York though no company is listed; click close-up of the label to see such. This mucilage was actually made by the S.

Stafford Ink Co. Samuel Stafford began making ink in but not under his own name until , giving a "begin" date for these bottles of that year Faulkner These bottles date from the late s into the early 20th century all seen by this author were mouth-blown although the company lasted until at least the middle of the 20th century Faulkner Click on the following links for more images of this bottle: base view showing what is likely a cup-base mold conformation; close-up of the cracked-off and lightly tooled "straight finish" which was the most commonly used finish on this common style of mucilage bottle.

Another frequently encountered glue bottle style - although much less commonly than the type discussed above - is pictured below right.

That author covered the style in his chapter entitled "Fountain Inkwells Misc. The most commonly encountered examples are like the illustrated bottle.

It is embossed around the heel with MORGAN'S PATENT JULY 16TH This patent was issued to Elisha Morgan of Springfield, Massachusetts on that date for an "Improved Mucilage-Stand.

Morgan was later granted another patent June 18th for an "Improvement in Inkstands" - a closure that fit this style bottle which was now being called an inkstand.

This patent can be viewed at the following link: Patent , This later patent illustration shows what appears to be a bottle very similar to the bottle with the "improved" cover which is much different than the handled cap and brush closure shown in the patent.

The patent was apparently bottles of this style used for ink instead of mucilage. In any event, these interestingly shaped bottles were blown in a cup-base mold, have a ground rim finish, and apparently were only made in colorless glass.

An interesting fact about this bottle is there was one mold for the style made with most of the embossing reversed! That is, the mold engraving was made so the engraver could read it in the mold correctly which, of course, resulted in the embossing being reversed on the blown bottle itself Faulkner This style of ink bottle was made by various manufacturers from at least the late s until the early s s at least.

The author has not observed machine-made versions although they certainly could exist. Pictured to the left is an early, embossed glue bottle of a simple style commonly encountered with glue bottles - small, cylindrical, and with a wide bore or mouth Covill ; empirical observations.

Although a commonly encountered mid to late 19th century bottle, this author couldn't find any history on these bottles.

A quick search of the internet shows some 19th century newspaper ads for it though nothing on the company that produced the product.

This bottle is approximately 3. All that is commensurate with the age of the bottle which was manufactured in the s based on the context it was found.

Several authors have noted that these bottles are commonly found on Civil War camp sites and are usually pontiled, i. The author has also observed later mouth-blown versions that are not pontiled, have tooled finishes, and blown in cup-base molds empirical observations.

Glue was also packaged and sold in other bottle shapes and sizes from the midth century through the end of the period covered by this website in the midth century.

Future additions to the site may add additional mucilage and glue bottles examples Similar to druggist and some small medicine bottles, mucilage bottle finishing appears to have been dominated by the tooled finishing method by the mid-ish s.

The transition from applied to tooled finishes is covered in more depth in a section of the Bottle Finishing main page.

The standard finish on the common conical multi-sided body or cylindrical mucilage bottles was the straight finish or the very similar, but earlier, rolled or folded finish.

This held from origin of the style in the s possibly late s to the functional end of the mouth-blown era in the mid to late s.

Once these bottles were beginning to be machine-made mid to late s the finishes were typically different, i.

Mucilage bottles are along with ink bottles some of the earliest bottles to be blown with some regularity in cup-base molds.

Possibly because little air needed displaced during the blowing process from the quite small bottle molds used for these bottles and thus little need for air venting?

Blacking is " a substance as a paste or polish that is applied to an object to make it black " www. Blacking was sometimes referred to as "lampblack" which is the fine soot collected from incompletely burned carbonaceous materials.

It was used as a pigment and in matches, explosives, lubricants, and fertilizers as well as a component of various treatments for leather products www.

The blacking of leather goes back to antiquity, though the earliest reference of use for shoes is from the early 18th century when it was typically made at home.

Shoe polish was typically black for much of the period covered by this website so the terms are considered historically analogous.

The following is a description of blacking from Blacking consists essentially of two principle constituents: a black coloring matter and substances that will produce a gloss or shine.

Each maker has his own proportions and methods of mixing but the materials used are similar in most cases. Although blacking and shoe polish bottles can be square below right , cylindrical cylindrical utility bottle , rectangular to the left , or more uncommonly oval s oval example or even octagonal in cross-section they tend to all share at least a couple similarities.

Such was necessary for the use of an application swab or sponge which was usually mounted on the end of a wire or wooden stick.

The second commonality is that the capacity of the bottles were dominated by those holding about 4 to 6 ounces, although "bulk" bottles or jars as well as ones a bit smaller than 4 ozs.

Image compliments of Glass Works Auctions. These bottles are square, produced in a true two-piece "hinge" mold note mold seam symmetrically dissecting the bases , have blowpipe style pontil scars, cracked-off finishes sometimes fire polished, sometimes not and left sharp , and were blown long before mold air venting was used.

This ubiquitous style ranged at the time from about 4. They were typically made in various shades of olive green to olive amber glass like shown though aqua, pure green and amber examples are also encountered.

Of interest, is that these type bottles in the s and s were sold by the New England Glass Bottle Co. The reason why early bottles were usually reused many times.

The pictured bottles date from the s to maybe early s range and were of a type blown at most New England and other Eastern Seaboard glass factories of the time.

Note: These early American bottles were also used for snuff and likely other products also. This square, short neck style was made in the U.

Of course the specifics of manufacture as well as the closures and finishes used varied over that time, e. A very common example of a late 19th to early 20th century, mouth-blown example is available at this link: Frank Millers Dressing.

The shoe polish bottle pictured at the beginning of this section and to the left are some of the most commonly encountered types from the late 19th well into the 20th century.

This particular type came in at least two sizes, this being the typical larger size which is 5. It also has a rounded, one part "bead" type finish, an indented base and was mouth-blown in an air vented cup-base mold.

These mouth-blown bottles were produced in colorless, aqua, shades of green and amber glass; there were also lots of different size, shape, and embossing variations.

Later machine-made variations probably no earlier than the s had screw cap finishes. The cork or possibly later - rubber had the applicator swab wire embedded in the base.

One side is embossed with 5 FLUID OZ. This bottle is 5. In the experience of the author, machine-made bottles like this lack the indented panel on the embossing side that is typical of the earlier pre-mid s mouth-blown examples, though some mouth-blown examples lack the indentation also empirical observations.

The Whittemore's Polish bottle to the right two views is a cylindrical, late mouth-blown example that dates from the to era. It is about 3.

The amethyst color is the result of the use of magnesium dioxide as a decolorizer; the original color was colorless but has since turned deep amethyst due to either exposure to ample sunlight or irradiated artificially.

These would have been stoppered similarly to the rectangular types discussed above. By the mids, especially as machines began to dominate production, the cylindrical style began to dominate the glass bottle shoe polish market although rectangular and square bottles continued to also be used until the midth century Illinois Glass Co.

In addition to the bottle types above, the very distinctively shaped example pictured to the left is also one of the commonest shoe polish or blacking bottles found on historic sites in the U.

This particular bottle is just over 4" tall and 2. Click close-up of the upper body, neck and finish to see such. Apparently, Bixby was frugal and the mold engraving charged by the letter even though there was plenty of room to spell out MARCH and the full year.

These bottles are also usually always? Click on the image to the right to see that embossing more clearly; also click another base view to see an amber example showing the embossing more clearly.

They came in a variety of glass colors, although far and away the most commonly seen is aqua like the pictured example empirical observations.

As the embossing indicates, this distinctive bottle style was patented on March 6, although the patent was applied for in so examples could date back to that time at least.

Click Samuel M. Bixby's March 6, patent , to see the original patent for the bottle shape - particularly the bulging shoulder - and the polish applicator primarily the handle at the top.

It noted that the patent was for " Later mouth-blown ones had a body that was squattier, square with rounded corners and the patent date in one line just below the shoulder bulge.

Click squat example to view an image of an early 20th century example; click base view to view the base embossing of this squared example.

The company apparently began in the s and continued for many years, using a variety of different bottles for the other products, until Bixby's death in when the company was sold to a competitor Faulkner although the product name continued and was connected with the famous Shinola shoe polish.

Click Bixby advertisement to see such showing the same bottle shape. Glass containers intended for the wide variety of toiletry products e. One major commonality within this group is that bottles intended for these products tend to be smaller in capacity, rarely being over about 10 or 12 ounces and often much less than that.

They also tend towards having narrow necks and smaller bores most products being liquids and to have been made of relatively thin glass since toiletries were not carbonated and extra heavy glass was little needed cream jars being an often encountered exception to both the bore size and glass thickness.

Other than those attributes, the variety within this large group is staggering. Thus, the coverage here will be primarily directed at some of the more commonly encountered types and those that offer some historic interest or relevance or I have interesting examples of to illustrate.

The use of bottles for various toiletry products dates back a couple thousand years to the Hellenic and Roman empire periods.

For example, the small 3" tall Roman bottle to the right dating from the Judea Period, i. This large but variable class of Roman bottles are often referred to as "unguentarium bottles" as they were commonly used for holding scented oils for the body and hair as well as perfumes Van den Bossche The bottle is free-blown, a light greenish color glass, a finish that was flared with some primitive tool and has evidence of a sand type pontil scar on the base.

It is also heavily patinated from the reaction of the soil it was found in with the glass over almost years. Click the following links to see more images of this ancient bottle: side view , base view , and top view.

As with the rest of this website, the bottles covered largely date from the 19th to midth century and were produced primarily in the United States.

Perfume, cologne, and toilet water bottles as a group come in a variety of shapes and sizes that is robust to say the least.

This group of bottles will often be referred to as simply "scent bottles" although historically there was a difference between perfume and scent. Specifically, perfume was and is used primarily for personal embellishment whereas scent " commonly meant perfume that contained ammonia and was used for reviving fainting females or just 'social smelling,' i.

Note: Toilet water is really just another name for cologne as best as this author can determine. However, bottle catalogs commonly use "toilet water" in lieu of or along with "cologne" when describing these type bottles.

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From around until , a number of record labels were established as tax shelters, with investors putting their money into albums. Technically, the practice was legal, but to maximize the write-off, the appraisal was often grossly inflated—as high as seven figures.

The I. S would come to question the legitimacy of some of these labels, and accuse those promoting shelters that focused on tax benefits—rather than the music being bankrolled—of perpetuating fraud.

Anything was seemingly fair game for a tax shelter album, including LPs previously issued as private press records, demo tapes by aspiring artists, and studio outtakes by name acts.

Some labels were so brazen, they released albums using material by groups as big as Led Zeppelin and the Beatles. Album of Beatles Christmas messages, Another issue that caught the attention of the I.

Over time, collectors came to realize that relatively few copies of individual tax shelter albums had made it into stores. Many of these records are so scarce that only a handful of copies are known to exist.

Sometimes the artists knew about the release and were compensated, but more often than not, they had no idea.

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His goal was to be a behind the scenes figure, thinking he would have a longer career as songwriter, rather than as a performer, as they tended to have shorter lifespans.

Richard became a fixture of the weekly open mic night at the Troubadour, then the hottest venue for singer-songwriters. Weatherly paid for demo sessions, which enabled Richard to record studio-quality versions of the songs he had been writing.

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Yep, the George Clinton. In , Richard recorded at the famed Sound City Studios. By this time, Weatherly and Richard had drifted apart, though the circumstances are now unclear.

Richard was thrilled to be recording again at Sunset Sound. He even lent a hand, overdubbing a bit of bass for a particularly tricky section of the track.

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