Very unusual Liquozone (Sample?)

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Hi all, this came up for sale on eBay last week and I immediately purchased it because I've never seen anything like it. 4" tall, lead or pewter screw cap, BIM with a ground lip, vaguely flask shaped and clearly designed to be carried in the pocket. Obviously this looks absolutely nothing like common Liquozone bottles. I was thinking it may be a sample bottle due to it's size, but the fact that they outfitted it with a screw cap makes me think it may not have been intended as a freebee due to the production costs. Liquozone was sold in Australia and the UK, but this one was dug in Charlottesville SC so I doubt it's foreign.

Anyone seen one of these before? Any ideas on if they'd go as far as to have a metal screw cap on a sampler?

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