Vintage 1932's Fellows Syrup Medicinal Tonic Flask Bottle. This is an empty bottle from the mid-1900's for collectible purposes or display. It is in very good condition w/ some wear. There are a few scratches around the sides in the glass and there is also 1 very small stone chip on the side. The bottle is a little bit dirty and I have not attempted to clean it thoroughly. Condition wise I would rate this bottle a 9/10. It is very displayable. This particular style of bottle would have first appeared in 1932 and would have continued to be manufactured until the early 1950's. Flask style bottle w/ externally threaded finish. James Fellows was a drug merchant with his father in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in the 1850's. He invented this internationally recognized tonic as a treatment for Anemia, Neurasthenia, Bronchitis, Influenza, Pulmonary Tuberculosis and wasting diseases of childhood, and during convalescence from exhausting diseases. James Fellows himself had an illness in which he invented this tonic to help relieve him of his symptoms. This is a very old Medicine bottle in that this Medicines main ingredient was 'Strychnine.' This is a 1 pint sized bottle that measures approximately 6 1/2 X 3 X 1 1/2 " INCHES in height, length, & width. Bottle was manufactured by the Dominion Glass Co.
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