This is a vintage Nonspi antiperspirant bottle from the 1920s or 1930s with "Nonspi" embossed on either side of the bottle. There is an embossed emblem on the bottom that I believe is from Owens Glass. Nonspi was a deodorant type product for women. Ads of the time for Nonspi are hilarious from a modern point of view. (I am including one as a photo example, but it is not a part of this sale.) My father, an avid bottle digger, found this bottle more than 40 years ago in the ruins of an old plantation home in Virginia. The clear, antique bottle is in wonderful condition, free from breaks or cracks. Clarity is excellent. The bottle measures about 5.75" tall, 2" wide, and 1" deep. Nonspi advertisement"'Nonspi: An Antiseptic Liquid- "I am Free to Be" for Excessive Armpit Perspiration - No woman can radiate freshness and sweetness for greatest charm as long as she is annoyed by excessive underarm perspiration. Neither can she avoid ruined gowns nor the embarrassment of armpit odor. If you are such a sufferer, by all means use Nonspi which Keeps the underarms Dry and odorless. Nonspi is an old reliable remedy that destroys the odor and diverts the excessive moisture from the underarms to other portions of the body. It has a record of many years of honorable service, used by more than a million women and is sold at all druggists and toilet counters.' The Nonspi Company - 2673 Walnut St, Kansas City, MO.