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Starting to sort through a recently acquired cache. Duplicates only are available and offered here (as PCS members have asked in past) less than and before eBay. All prices plus shipping or can deliver to Flint (Feb) or Asheville (May). USPS MO; credit card or PayPal + associated fees.

Large Victorian matching 64oz Dodge Chemical Co Boston MA embalming and aspirating bottles. Proportions embossed on reverse. $195/pr. No chips/cracks on either.



Large Victorian matching 64oz Durfee Embalming Fluid Co Grand Rapids, MI embalming and aspirating bottles. Proportions embossed on reverse and large POISON on embalming bottle as well. $225/pr. No chips/cracks on either.



Large Victorian 64oz The Clarke Embalming Fluid Co Cincinnati, OH embalming bottle. Proportions and large POISON embossed on reverse. $95. Early 1900s Kar Brak Embalming Fluid Co Wellsboro, PA embalming bottle. Proportions embossed on reverse. $55. No chips/cracks on either.



Grails of all embalming bottles!!! 1860s. Earliest embalming bottles ever made and only a handful survive of each. Forgot which came first but one was made less than a year before being purchased by other company. Those bottles were also in circulation a very short period. C. M. Rhoades Grand Rapids, MI (left) and E. H. Crane Kalamazoo, MI (right). Both have POISON struck on necks. Won't find these on the net. They're really that obscure and coveted by advanced embalming bottle collectors. $225/ea.



Should additionally have a few more large and several smaller screw cap early paper label embalming bottles after cataloging/matching up further.
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First 6 embalming bottles are sold. Last 2 remain.
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