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SPRING DALE (arched) / (frosted panel featuring a crudely-etched building with tsp text that reads: DISTILLERY (arched) / OLD RYE ) / H.ROSENHEIM & SON / BALTIMORE. MD.

ID#: RRP1782
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Thin-walled shot
Label Type:Usual white-etched label
Dimensions:2-7/16 " x 1-15/16 " x 1-7/16"
Edmonson:HSG, p. 169, entry #4
Brand Registered:1878, 1906
Henry H Rosenheim & Son listed from 1872-1919.

Also listed in OASG, p. 170, entry #7.

The company lists from 1872-1919, first as Henry Rosenheim (1872-1883), and as H Rosenheim & Son in 1884, Henry Rosenheim again 1885-1886, H Rosenheim & Sons in 1887, finally H Rosenheim & Son (1888-1919).

They were located at 158 W Pratt (1872), 375 W Baltimore (1873-1886), 419 W Baltimore (1887), 413 W Baltimore (1888-1919).

Brand names used by this company include: "Brutus", "Cream of Baltimore", "Diamond Back", "Spring Dale ", and "Spring Dale ."

Company name timeline:
Henry Rosenheim (1872-1883), H Rosenheim & Son (1884), Henry Rosenheim (1885-1886), H Rosenheim & Sons (1887), H Rosenheim & Son (1888-1919)

Address timeline:
158 W Pratt (1872), 375 W Baltimore (1873-1886), 419 W Baltimore (1887), 413 W Baltimore (1888-1919)

Find out more about Henry H Rosenheim & Son

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