|Description||Medicine Bottle recovered from City Centre Plaza, c. 1870-1920. This bottle is rectangular / square in cross-section with narrow sides which are four sided with a high point at shoulders. The rim has prescription finish. A .5 inch long and narrow neck flares out .5 inch shoulders to a 1.75 inch body. The base is shaped like rectangular. The bottle is clear and has a green tint color and shows evidence of glass machine manufacture.|
|Object Name||Bottle, Medicine|
|Collection||3D - Medical & Psychological Tools & Equipment|
|Title||Medicine Bottle recovered from City Centre Plaza, c. 1870-1920.|
|Provenance||20 boxes of archaeological material excavated from the City Centre Plaza site at 950 Main at Middlefield in Redwood City. Excavation for development, done by Basin Research Associates.|
"Rectangular in cross-section mouth-blown druggist/prescription bottles were another common shape used by druggists between the late 1870s and 1920s, with and without proprietary embossing although embossed lettering was common. Machine-made rectangular druggist bottles were also commonly used from the mid to late 1910s and later though machine-made examples virtually never have proprietary embossing, i.e., they are labeled only. It also appears that as the 20th century progressed, bottles with at least one rounded side seem to have become more popular than these flat sided styles."
|Dimensions||H-2.5 W-2.125 D-0.75 inches|
City Center Plaza