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smallish cobalt bottle identification

Aqua eater

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Apr 15, 2020
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i have a Cobalt bottle that i believe dates to the late 1800s, it has a tooled end. and one face of it has a pattern on it with the above embossing, 2oz. obviously a capacity indicator. on the bottom there is a seam going around inside the edge. and it has the letter 575, dully embossed twice. one perpendicular to the front one diagonal. i will post pics,

looking closer at the bottom, i think they were marked differently, the perpendicular 575 seems to be embossed exactly like the lettering '2oz' while the diagonal one is in slightly different typography and seems more impressioned into the glass than embossed.
 

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Dogo

DOGO
Apr 8, 2020
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Central NJ
Your bottle is a generic, made for a poisonous substance. They were made in all sizes and sold to any manufacturer with a use for them You would need the original paper label to know who and what it contained.
 

Aqua eater

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Apr 15, 2020
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Your bottle is a generic, made for a poisonous substance. They were made in all sizes and sold to any manufacturer with a use for them You would need the original paper label to know who and what it contained.
okay, thanks. i still like it, since I don't often find bottles this old where i'm at. to bad its chipped.
 

hemihampton

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I found a similar one only 4 weeks ago. Link below. LEON.

 

Aqua eater

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Apr 15, 2020
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I found a similar one only 4 weeks ago. Link below. LEON.

huzzah, what a coincidence. i think yours looks nicer than mine tbh. :)
 

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