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Dr. Doty’s Celebrated Mandrake Bitters 25 January 2016 Recently, two pictures of a very nice, labeled Dr. Doty’s Celebrated Mandrake Bitters was posted by Eric Gamache on the Antique Bitters Bottles Facebook page. This would be D 87 L in Bitters Bottles from C. C. … Continue reading
Ladies and Gentlemen… the Landsberg Sphinx Bottles 12 February 2014 (R•121318 – new GWA example & Moses G. Landsberg Info) This post is a follow-up to the “Another Patended Landsberg Bottle” article on 04 February 2014 by James Viguerie. It is … Continue reading
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Did you know that there is an Arabian Bitters from Savannah? I wonder what the product name was inspired from? Arabian Nights? Or maybe from a horse or some mystical place? Maybe from a dance or Aladdin’s Lamp? Let’s see … Continue reading
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