Larmouth & Co Codd bottle, re-used by N. Paul

Larmouth & Co Codd bottle, re-used by N. Paul

Larmouth & Co (of Hackney), Reliance patent Codd bottle, made by Dan Rylands of Barnsely. It is embossed ‘This bottle is the property of Larmouth & Co, No deposit charged’. When the firm went bankrupt, the stock of bottles was purchased by Nicholas...
Assorted mineral water bottles etc

Assorted mineral water bottles etc

Various bottles from the Great Yarmouth site, including Codd bottles, Hamiltons, Ginger Beers and minerals bearing the names of local firms (Lawrence, Hunt, Newman, Neslen, Wilshak, YABC, etc). There are also a few London makers represented. The green bottle with...
Nicholas Paul Codd bottle, re-used by YABC

Nicholas Paul Codd bottle, re-used by YABC

A 6 oz Codd bottle, made for the mineral water manufacturer Nicholas Paul & Co, of London. It is embossed with the name of N. Paul’s firm on both sides. On one side, a blue and white oval label is stuck over the name, which identifies the contents as...
Codd Bottles

Codd Bottles

Codd bottles and other mineral water bottles, found in a dump of domestic waste in a trench at the King’s Lynn ash yard.
Marbles from Codd Bottles

Marbles from Codd Bottles

Marbles from Codd bottles. They were cast a dozen at a time and snapped from a central circular matrix and ground to smoothness by factory women. Children broke the necks off the bottles to get the marbles. This impacted on the rates at which the bottles were returned...
Harrington’s Codd Bottle

Harrington’s Codd Bottle

Small aqua Codd for J. F. Harrington’s of Southend-on-Sea. Found in a bucket with a bottle for Sloan’s Liniment, a bottle from the Anzora perfumery and a stoneware mineral water bottle from the ‘Ad-le-Burg’¬†works in Westcliff-on-Sea.
Codd Bottle

Codd Bottle

Codd bottle for Arthur Watts of Southend-on-Sea, with acorn pictorial trademark. Found below the sea wall at Leigh-on-Sea. For mineral water or soda.
Codd Bottle

Codd Bottle

Codd bottle for J. Bacon of Burnham-on-Crouch, who established his mineral water factory in 1905. Found below the sea wall. The rubber ring which held the marble is visible in the neck.
Codd Bottle

Codd Bottle

J. F. Harrington, Southen-on-Sea, Codd bottle for mineral water. The marble functioned as a stopper and a valve, to keep the gas from escaping.