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Milk Bottle

c. 1930
Overview

Glass milk bottle

Historical information

Common in the 1940’s but lost favour as keeping large amounts of milk fresh was problem pre-refrigeration and housewives preferred daily one-pint deliveries

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-124-2022.75
Item type
Material
Width
95 mm
Height or length
270 mm
Inscriptions and markings

Embossed below neck: CONTENTS - NOT LESS THAN - ONE QUART
eMBOSSED ON BASE: 80

Keywords
Year
c. 1930
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Parent records
Busselton Historical Society

Busselton Historical Society

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