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Vintage White House Vinegar Bottle

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This is a vintage White House Vinegar bottle with a pouring spout and handle. The front is embossed with "White House Brand Vinegar" and a picture of the White House. The bottom is embossed with "Bottle Patented March 6, 1909". This bottle is in excellent vintage condition and doesn't have any chips or cracks. This is a great piece to add to an existing collection, use as a photography prop or for decoration.

White House vinegar has been made for more than 100 years. In 1908 Frank Armstrong and B. Fleet Board bought a cider vinegar business in Alexandria, Va., and renamed the business Board, Armstrong and Co. In 1913, after Board died, Armstrong organized National Fruit Product Co. White House Foods is part of that company. National Fruit Product Co. is still in business and makes apple juice, apple sauce, specialty apple products and vinegar. White House vinegar is still available, but it’s sold in modern bottles with paper labels. In earlier years, it was sold in bottles, jugs, jars, cruets and pitchers in several different sizes, shapes and colors and with different embossed designs or lettering. Bottles shaped like an apple, lighthouse or the Unisphere at the 1964 New York World’s Fair were made. Some were embossed with ballerinas and cabbage roses.

Bottle is approximately 7" tall and 3" in diameter.

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Vintage White House Vinegar Bottle

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: vintage glass bottle, White House Vinegar bottle
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 35 reviews
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