H. Quosick, Bloomington, ILL

Run by Henry H. Quosick, the Steam Bottling Works was a point of pride in Bloomington, IL for several decades.

Bottle embossed “H. Quosick – Trade Mark – Bloomington, ILL”


Description of the Quosick steam bottling works from Bloomington and Normal : past and present, progress and prosperity, Spring 1905

Description of the Quosick Steam Bottling Works

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About Jessica

I am the supervisor of the analysis of the archaeological collection recovered from the Old Main excavation.
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6 Responses to H. Quosick, Bloomington, ILL

  1. Paulettte spainhour says:

    I have one orange crush bottle; clear glass pat’o,july20,1920 ,6oz. orange crush bottle co. imprinted on it.

  2. Paulettte spainhour says:

    i allso have a ,listerine bottle,with lambert pharmacal Company ,,on it looks like it may have had a cork lid ,mesuring 4 1/4 in heigth

  3. Paulettte spainhour says:

    wondering the worth of these bottles; if any?

    • Congrats on finding a piece of history. This site is intended for educational purposes only. Since these bottles are historic artifacts, I don’t consider their monetary value. For a better estimate of their current going price try eBay.

    • Wendy says:

      I have a aqua color H.Quosick soda bottle in perfect condition, 7″ height, 10 panels at the bottom which makes it a “mug” like bottle with large anchor on front and on bottom of bottle.

  4. Wendy says:

    I also have a very old H.H. Bevan 1/2 milk bottle in perfect condition. It’s clear glass and the stamp on the bottom is a large capital “B” and ” then stamped on top of the “B” is an “S” inside a circle.

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