Description: Blown at Stoddard Glass Works, Stoddard, N.H., 1842-1860. Amber with olive
tones, rectangular with wide beveled edges, sloping collar, iron pontil scar, ht. 7.25 inches (a 3/4 inch fissure, done during manufacture, in the neck of the bottle that contains similar elongated bubbles). This sloping collar variant is taller and considerably scarcer than the double rolled collar variant. A pristine bottle with all the glass quality you could possibly hope for from an early Stoddard medicine.
Embossed: SMITH’S // GREEN MOUNTAIN // RENOVATOR
// EAST GEORGIA VT
Height: 7.25 ”
Color: Amber with Olive tone.
Item No. 150