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Some sodas are made of stoneware with product names stamped or stenciled onto them. However, the word is often combined with one or more other words to describe the product.
We seek bottles embossed or labeled with words such as: Indian bitters, kidney and liver bitters, stomach bitters, laxative bitters, old sachem bitters, national bitters, restorative bitters, wild cherry bitters, sarsaparilla bitters, home bitters, wine bitters, blood bitters, iron bitters, herb bitters, vegetable bitters, plantation bitters, hop bitters, bourbon bitters, grape root bitters, appetine bitters, digestine bitters, red star stomach bitters, etc.
Along the bottom edge of the bottle, very faintly, are the letters that resemble "L-G" and the numbers "7-8". there is also a variation of the clock There is the one you have pictured then there is also one where the "4" is in the 6 o'clock position. Hope this gives you a little info Brian I'm pretty sure that style of lip predated the 80's.
The bottle may be embossed with the word BREWERY or the word BOTTLING.Brands of particular interest include Hamms, Grain Belt, Minneapolis Brewing, Yoerg, Schmidt, Gluek, Schells, Pabst, or Best.Stoneware beers marked with names such as Alstadt, Nauer, or Stoeckert, or any other marked stoneware beers, are also of interest.From New York to California, there were thousands of liquor dealers and distilleries before Prohibition.We wish to purchase examples from nearly any of these firms.
Such miniatures or samples may have contained a small sample of beer, whiskey, medicine, ink, bitters, or any other bottled product.