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A 5 1/4" tall clear-glass square-shaped ANTIQUE Spice, Flavoring Extract, or Food Coloring bottle.

Bottle is embossed with a large "SB" on front (Schilling's Brand), and the base is embossed, "A. SCHILLING / 4 OZ. NET".

This is an early hand Blown Into Mold (BIM) bottle, with a tooled top, dating it back a good 100 years or more.

This bottle is in clean condition, but has a large ding in the top right side of the lip. There is no glass missing from the ding, but it looks like it happened when the original consumer tried prying the cork out with an ice pick, a very common occurrence to these early cork top bottles.

This is the scarce 4 oz. size.

This was a product put out by August Schillings who in 1881 San Francisco created the A. Schilling Co. It then became the Schillings Spice Co. , and in 1946 merged into McCormick & Company. Since then, McCormick has continued to sell spices under the Schilling brand name, mainly in the western United States.