Decorative EARLY monument cologne, OP, perfect!

Here is an wonderful find from an early privy near the Baltimore area. This is an 1820-30s monument style cologne bottle that is the cutest little highly-decorated piece! Nice columns and archways, along with a cross-hatch pattern surround a maiden in the center. The glass is clean and aqua, and probably from the Boston or Pittsburgh area. It is identical to Plate 109, row 3, #10 in McKearin's American Bottles & Flasks and Their Ancestry (page 396). Nice open pontil base and inwardly rolled lip.

Condition is excellent... you would never know that it was dug. There is a tiny bit of residue that will wash out. Just a wonderful figural cologne in a desirable miniature size (3 3/4" tall)!

A WONDERFUL early figural cologne bottle!!

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