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A very tall (12" tall) tower shaped original antique bottle with a nice purple tint to it. This is what is referred to as a Bunker Hill Monument Cologne bottle. This is NOT a reproduction.

The story behind this bottle is that the corner stone for the Bunker Hill Monument was laid by Revolution General Lafayette in 1825, fifty years after the famous battle took place. It remained unfinished for many years. Finally, mostly through the efforts of American woman, who raised funds for its completion, it was finished in July of 1842. These cologne bottles were supposedly made for the 100 year anniversary of the original battle in 1775.

This is an original hand blown into mold bottle with a crudely hand formed lip, ca. 1800's.

This bottle is in PRISTINE, SPARKLING CLEAN condition. It has just a trace of content haze and base wear, otherwise excellent, NO cracks, chips, dings, damage, etc.

A historically valuable bottle and a beautiful bottle as well.

1800's original BUNKER HILL MONUMENT figural antique Cologne bottle. Tall, colorful, hand blown.

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: GLASS
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 207 reviews
  • Favorited by: 11 people