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Collection of Four Antique Bottles circa 1920's

Collection of Four Antique Bottles circa 1920's

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Material: glass
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Collection of Four antique glass bottles. You'll get all 4, including:
•One with the double shoulder has the number "4" embossed on the bottom Measures 3-3/4"H x 1-3/4"Diam at the bottom.
•Another also 3-3/4"H reads on the bottom "Barton's Dyan Shine" and the number "1". "Dyan-Shine" was a shoe & leather polish invented by Warren Douglas Barton in 1918.  He started the Dyan Shine Shoe Polish Manufacturing Company, and manufactured his shoe polish beginning in 1919.
•A third bottle has a twist cap style neck. Embossed with what appears to be tao upside down leaves and a W on each side. Embossed on the bottom is "2566-A", a "Q" and the number "11". Likely either Wormser Glass Company (1875-c.1927) Pittsburgh, PA.
•The fourth reads "Liquid Veneer" embossed on the bottom. c1920s Liquid Veneer Makes Old Things New Buffalo Specialty Company Buffalo, N.Y. 7-1/4"H x 2-3/4" x 2". Cork style.

Great condition except they could use cleaning.

Ships to USA addresses only. Usually ships via USPS within 2 business days.

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Collection of Four antique glass bottles. You'll get all 4, including:
•One with the double shoulder has the number "4" embossed on the bottom Measures 3-3/4"H x 1-3/4"Diam at the bottom.
•Another also 3-3/4"H reads on the bottom "Barton's Dyan Shine" and the number "1". "Dyan-Shine" was a shoe & leather polish invented by Warren Douglas Barton in 1918.  He started the Dyan Shine Shoe Polish Manufacturing Company, and manufactured his shoe polish beginning in 1919.
•A third bottle has a twist cap style neck. Embossed with what appears to be tao upside down leaves and a W on each side. Embossed on the bottom is "2566-A", a "Q" and the number "11". Likely either Wormser Glass Company (1875-c.1927) Pittsburgh, PA.
•The fourth reads "Liquid Veneer" embossed on the bottom. c1920s Liquid Veneer Makes Old Things New Buffalo Specialty Company Buffalo, N.Y. 7-1/4"H x 2-3/4" x 2". Cork style.

Great condition except they could use cleaning.

Ships to USA addresses only. Usually ships via USPS within 2 business days.

1400MOM0.00

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