Red-brown bottle for Chateau de Conde Champagne Cognac (?) Bottled for English export by ‘Green & Co’. (For another example of a foreign product bottled for English export, see ‘AEsculap bottle’.)
Two aqua-glass unembossed whisky/ spirits flasks. The one on the left is colloquially termed a ‘pumpkin-seed flask’, the one on the right, a ‘coffin flask’, on account of their shapes. All such vessels are flat enough to be slid into a large...
Two brown-glass Scotch Whisky bottles, with remnants of labels in red, black and gold.
Glass ‘coffin’ flask for whisky or other spirits, bearing the name of A. Hodge, Grimsby (with address for return). 1890s
The tin with a perforated top contained scouring powder for scrubbing doorsteps, polishing cutlery or the like. The other tin is missing its lid. The pocket hip flask was for spirits.