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Hybrid Marble/Torpedo Bottle


The odd design looks like a Codd top and a Hamilton base. The Codd bottle has a pinched neck with a marble stopper and rounded base.

Historical information

This bottle was manufactured in 1883 for the Weld Hotel in Cossack and has the owner, D. Chapman’s name embossed on the glass.



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The bottle is embossed with the owner's name D Chapman

bottles, Cossack, hotels
City of Karratha Local History Archives

City of Karratha Local History Archives

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Codd Hamilton Hybrid Bottle