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Cheers, Walter C Hurst By entering this site you declare you are 21 or older, you read and agreed to the Site Terms, acknowledged our Privacy Policy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.: Like with all collectibles and antiques, good advice is always to "Buy the book before the bottle." Knowledge is power and even safety (of your money) when dealing with any collectible - bottles even more so than many other fields of collecting because of the incredible diversity of historic bottles.Under Crown Law, a Royal Warrant expires upon the death of the Monarch who issues it, and may continue to be used for up to 5 years after death when it is noted as such.(ie " King George VI" )The Royal Warrant marking on your main label indicates that the bottle was filled during this 5-year extension period: King George VI died in Feb.Cheers, Walter C Hurst I'm not sure of the collectable value, as the Foil-seal has been removed(opened) from the cap, but someone might like it as a novel Bar-back display item.

A Bit About Balsams: A Chapter in the History of 19th Century Medicine - by Betty Blasi.At the top of the label, just below the Crest is the inscription "By Appointment to the Late King George VI"...This is known as a Royal Warrant, and is provided to authorized suppliers of goods & services to both the Royal Court & the Royal Household.There are no old purely price guides here - those types of books become quickly out of date and then are simply useless lists of bottles with no real utility.Bottle books with historical information about the makers of bottles, the processes involved in producing bottles, and the companies and individuals that purchased and utilized the bottles never loose their value, though the information may be later refined or added to by others. In the end, isn't it the history behind the bottles that intrigues we collectors (and archaeologists)?

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