Bottle formed in the shape of a bust of Grover Cleveland, c. 1884. Frosted glass. Lindsey 318. As described by Lindsey: "[T]his bottle was brought out in the Cleveland campaign. Since this type of bottle was popular in the 1870s and for some years later, perhaps it should be attributed to his first campaign in 1884. His name is inscribed on front of base. Base and neck are clear glass, with the remainder an acid finish. The Cleveland bottle is larger than most of this type, being ten inches in height." The present example is excellent, with only a few marks from being handled; displays mint. Very rare.