Green Footed Liqueur Bottle?

fishguy

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Hello, Can anyone help me id this bottle I found in an area with 1920's to 1940's bottles? It is about 3 1/2 inches tall and has a lime greenish color. Pretty heavy for its size. Thanks.
 

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I'm thinking that's a salt shaker. It's uranium glass, it'll light up under a blacklight.
 

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That is a green depression glass shaker it is uranium and will glow dug quite a few over the years great find now you need the pair .
 

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Thanks, I never heard of it before but I did a search and found something similar after your info. I'll have to check it out under black light. Glad to find the uranium isn't at a dangerous level also.
 

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