Bottle, Coffee and Chicory; Thomas Symington; 1920-1940; MT1993.98.24
Bottle, Coffee and ChicoryAbout this object
Bottle; a clear glass bottle with stopper 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.Maker
processed material, glass
organic, vegetal, bark, cork
Embossed on bottle: 'ESS COFFEE AND CHICORY / EDINBURGH / SYMINGTON & CO.'Measurements
h 225mm x w 50mm x d 50mm
(measured as one unit, as corked stopper is firmly wedged into bottle)
From the collection of the Mataura and Districts Historical Society Incorporated.Object Type
I just found one in Townsville with 1761 the glass stopper was with it as well.
I found one under the center my low set house whilst restumping, it had to have been put there during the building of the house, and it is over 100 years old. It has 1908 on the bottom, I guess now from the other questions relating to the four digits its not the year of manufacture. So do you know what it indicates.
I have found a bottle at a north sea coast in Germany.
There is 1712 written at the bottom I think.
what does it mean. Is this the year of making the bottle?
We have one found at Worser bay school down the bank and it has a x on the bottom
Hello. I also have one that has 1487 on the bottom of the bottle. Could you please tell me what this means.
i also hav one but has 1712 on it whats does this mean plz
Hello..I also have a bottle much like the description of the person above or below me..minus the stopper..Wondering what sort of value this piece could have..any thoughts would be appreciated..
Hi i have the same bottle with lid and cork and ESS COFFEE AND CHICORY / EDINBURGH / SYMINGTON & CO but my bottle also says 1868 on the bottom does that mean its older ?mine also has B&Co LTD with a k in the middle of the bottom or to l's linked unsure of that bit .
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