A late Victorian era Chemists bottle standing 5.1/2 inches tall in all clear color glass with a cork mouth. The bottle is rectangle shape and has embossing to the front panel which reads R. CROZIER DISPENSING CHEMIST LYTHAM the bottle also has measuring line embossed to the two side panels one appears to be table spoon size and the other Tea spoon size, the rear of the bottle is smooth for the paper lable. A fine example of a chemists bottle produced for Crozier of Lytham which is a small town on the Lancashire coast now known as Lytham St Annes when two small towns became one in the 1920 era.
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