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I know Javex bottles are, generally, very common and, for many collectors, uninteresting. Nevertheless, I have a Javex bottle that I’ve been unable to identify. I’ve searched but haven’t found a match for it, with its unusual handle. I’m sure the members here are likely familiar with it, though, so can anyone tell me when this bottle dates to? Thanks!

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Wow that is a weird one. Never seen that one before. Guessing that "RD 38" means Registered 1938, and the bottle doesn't look much newer than that so I'd guess it's from around the 1940s.
 

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I know Javex bottles are, generally, very common and, for many collectors, uninteresting. Nevertheless, I have a Javex bottle that I’ve been unable to identify. I’ve searched but haven’t found a match for it, with its unusual handle. I’m sure the members here are likely familiar with it, though, so can anyone tell me when this bottle dates to? Thanks!

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I don’t personally know anything about it but I have one too and it’s one of my favorite bottles I own although I’m sure it’s one of the common ones your talking about.
 

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Cool. That's a brand I had not heard of. The lug probably helped to hold on to the bottle, especially for small hands. Bleach is one slippery cat. I used to pitch Clorox bottles, but now I try to get one of each and display them on top of the cabinets in the laundry room. The old charcoal iron is one of the many relics Daddy had. Still has pieces of charred wood inside.

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