Bottle, Coffee and Chicory; Thomas Symington; 1920-1940; MT1993.98.6

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Mataura Museum

Name/Title

Bottle, Coffee and Chicory

About this object

Bottle; a clear glass bottle, used for bottling a coffee & chicory essence. The manufacturer was Thomas Symington of Edinburgh, one of the leading makers of coffee products during the second half of the Victorian era.

More about the history of Symington and his products can be found at: http://www.laneshealth.com/news/Index.cfm?ccs=100&cs=440

Maker

Thomas Symington

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

1920-1940

Place Made

UK, Scotland, Edinburgh

Medium and Materials

processed material, glass

Inscription and Marks

Embossed on bottle: 'COFFEE AND CHICORY ' KIT / REGD MARK'

Measurements

h 220mm x w 50mm x d 50mm
small

Subject and Association Keywords

domestic accessories

Subject and Association Keywords

business/commerce

Credit Line

From the collection of the Mataura and Districts Historical Society Incorporated.

Object Type

container

Object number

MT1993.98.6

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

Comments
Dean 08 Aug 2015 21:25 PM,UTC

My friend has found two of these bottles I was wondering how rare they are and what they was used for and wat sort of price range are they in ?

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