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Tippecanoe: Unique By Design

When you’re talking uniqueness of shape in the realm of antique bottle collecting, it is hard to imagine that the discussion would not turn to figural bitters. 316 more words

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Warner's Safe Cure: Mensing & Stecher Lithographers

I recently received a question about the Warner’s Nervine Tiger from Daniel McHenry. Daniel has been fortunate enough to obtain what he believes is an original of this great advertising lithograph. 475 more words

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Warner's Safe Diabetes Cure

Warner’s Safe Diabetes Cure was one of Warner’s initial offerings in 1879.  The box promised “A Sure Remedy for Diabetes.”  But, as we all know even 125+ years later, there is no cure for diabetes. 207 more words

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Warner's Safe Remedies: Benton's Hair Grower

At some time prior to 1888, Warner acquired the exclusive rights to a product called Benton’s Hair Grower. Unlike his Safe Cures, Tippecanoe and Log Cabin products that appeared in bottles with distinct embossing, Benton’s Hair Grower was packaged in a small, short clear bottle with a wide mouth. 255 more words

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Warner's Safe Nervine

Other than the Safe Cure, Warner’s Safe Nervine was perhaps the most pervasive of the Warner’s original line of remedies. It appeared in embossed bottles from all of the… 279 more words

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