Glass Vials with real cork

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70circa

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Any idea of age or contents?
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gdog68

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The one on the right looks to be a machine-made bottle, I cant make out the maker's mark. The bottle on the left could be a tooled lip bottle, check for the seam line. If the seem goes all the way to the top of the lip its machine made, but if it stops before the lip its a blown bottle.
 

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The tapered one was made by Consumers Glass and dates from after 1961 (if I remember correctly). I'm guessing it was some sort of cooking oil or something similar.
 

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I've got an old 3-in-1 oil with similarities to the small bottle
 

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