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Agee Pyrex Feeder Bottle

c. 1944

Clear glass rectangular shaped tall feeding bottle with rounded rim.

Historical information

This is an Agee Pyrex baby's feeding bottle with imperial and metric capacity markings embossed in the glass. The heat resistant properties of Pyrex made it a popular item, but the narrow neck of this bottle would have made it very difficult to clean.



Registration number
65 mm
Height or length
175 mm
50 mm
Inscriptions and markings

Relief half ounce increments are measured up one narrow side of the bottle. On the opposite side is the relief text: "Agee PYREX Feeder". Relief 50 millilitre increments are measured on the front of the bottle. IS-998 on base of bottle
IS 998
8 - in relief text on the base of the bottle

Place made
c. 1944
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Social or spiritual significance
Busselton Historical Society

Busselton Historical Society

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