I'm hoping I can get some information on these two bottles. One of them I think is a beer bottle and the glass one has J Walker, whiskey bottle? I think their made before 1900 or pretty close.
Enclosed are pictures of a recent find I liked this bottle because it brought back memories when I was in Belfast during the troubled years back in the mid seventies. I pretty sure this bottle was made around the early 1900's.
I picked up this fire extinguisher bottle a few years ago at the Morro Bay CA bottle show. I liked the eleven sides and the color. I was told they used these around the 1930's time frame. And they were filled with a liquid chemical which aided in putting out a fire. I sure would hate to have...
I received this bottle as a gift from a good friend whose father served with the Marines during WWII. His father brought back a number of small medicine and beer bottles found in caves at Sapion. The piru hue is unusual I have not been able to match this color with any American made bottle so...
Enclosed are pictures of a English torpedo bottle I picked up at a local flea market. I have often wondered why they were shaped like this. Someone mentioned it was for easier storage when transporting them which makes sense to me if true.
This might be the ultimate in poison bottles Diphenylchlorasine-Gas. the Germans used this bottle in their 77mm projectiles during WWI. And only a few survived a recent discovery in Europe unearthed these bottles.