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E coudray and other bottle

unnamedny

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Jun 2, 2016
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I found 2 bottles at one of NYC excavation sites. If anyone can provide a little more info on bottles I would really appreciate it. I'm more interested in information for skinny bottle, it looks very neat. Nothing is written on it anywhere. Second bottle has engraving "E coudray Paris" seems like a perfume bottle. Not sure if that one from pre 1900, but it appears to be so. If anyone has any interest in these bottles please let me know. Thanks in advance. IMG_20170610_173209.jpgIMG_20170610_173126.jpgIMG_20170610_173432.jpgIMG_20170610_173518.jpg1497131293578.jpg1497131356222.jpg
 

whittled

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Oct 3, 2008
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New England USA
The first is a fairly common medicine type form from about 1860-70 I'd say based the bottom hinge mold and lack of pontil.
Coudray was/is a perfumer and while I can't gauge the dimensions, I'm thinking possibly smelling salts. If larger, than I'm guessing. a lotion orr maybe a small sample type lotion anyway. :confused:
 

sunrunner

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Aug 10, 2007
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Whittler is dead on with the dates. just after the pontil stage . snap Cass mold , applied lip . oh , and roiled lip. you can still fined these treats on late English bottles. from the 1900s throe the 1920s.
 

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