Antique NITRATE SILVER Bottle NEWARK NJ COOPER LabelDescription :
Up for sale is a rare large 9 1/2 antique dark brown (amber?) glass bottle with its original Charles Cooper & Company, 194 Worth St., New York - Works at Newark, NJ paper label still attached. Glass is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks; paper label does have some wear and spots of missing paper and what was probably the residual from a drip along the left hand side of the upper and lower label. Paper towel stuffed inside because t might have been some residual nitrate silver in the bottle (some brown spots on the paper towel). No stopper.
Label really makes the bottle - great for anyone with an interest in these types of apothecary / chemist bottles - or anyone who is interested in Newark NJ history and these old turn of the century (late 1800s/early 1900s) industrial revolution factories. Great detail of the Charles Cooper & Company works / plant.
Per the internet: Cooper Chemical Company has been in business since 1857. The roots of the company were planted in the Iron Bound Section of Newark, NJ by Charles Cooper and Jacob Kleinhans. The company, originally called Charles Cooper & Co., developed chemicals, additives, paints, and other materials for industries and consumers in the United States and around the world. Also believe they were on Clifford Street.
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