Bottle 51091AN - Lomax, John A. (1858-1886)  Put variants of this bottle on a shelf.

Embossed: (/) TRADE (\) MARK / JAL (in motif of a diamond) / (\) REGIS (/) TERED / (embossing arches up) J. A. LOMAX / 14 16 & 18 / CHARLES PLACE / CHICAGO // THIS BOTTLE / MUST BE RETURNED / C & Co // // b // J. L
Dimensions: 6 3/4 x 2 1/2 (4 1/2)
Manufacturer: Marked - Cunningham & Company
  Material: Glass Design: None Mold Type: Two Leaf Mold
  Form: Cylindrical Edge Design: None Plate Mold: No
  Shape: Hutchinson Base Design: None Plate Code: None
  Sides:   Shoulder Design: None Sealed: No
      Sunken Panels: None    
Pictures: None
Notes: No Notes.


1. Blue, Smooth Base, Rounded Collar, Hand Blown, Hutchinson Internal Spring Stopper, Chicago, IL, United States
Comments: None
Contributor/Source: Tod von Mechow
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