A 4" tall clear-glass rectangular-shaped HAND BLOWN embossed antique bottle that also has the back label!
Embossed : " Rubifoam / FOR THE / TEETH / PUT UP BY / E.W. HOYT & CO. / LOWELL, MASS. " Label reads : " Rubifoam ... A DELIGHTFULLY FRAGRANT AND DELICIOUSLY FLAVORED LIQUID DENTIFRICE FOR THE TEETH ... " Condition : Bottle in very nice condition, NO cracks, chips, dings, damage, etc. Label is not 100% though mostly legible (see picture) Age : A very early hand-blown tooled-top bottle, ca. 1890's . Shipping : Buyer pays $5.01 S/H ~ more if international ~ We ship every Wednesday. So if you pay with PayPal by Tuesday evening, we will ship your item Wednesday. Payments received later than that will have to wait until the following Wednesday to ship, though we can possibly make exceptions. Regardless, your prompt payment will assure a very quick turn-around time.
Bottle comes with ORIGINAL BRASS 'sprinkle' or 'shaker' top inset inside of the bottle's lip, that has a fancy brass knob that pulls out to shake ingrediants out. Top also is weakly embossed, 'RUBIFOAM / FOR THE TEETH'. A great early ANTIQUE DENTIFRICE BOTTLE, especially nice with the 'FOR THE TEETH' embossing. A RARE example to find with the original label, check it out!
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