GLASS REAGENT BOTTLE
ACID PICRIC HC6H2(NO2)3O
USED ~ SPARKLING ~ UNCOMMON ~ EXTREME RARITY ~ THE HOLY GRAIL
Glass empirical formula lab bottles or laboratory bottles were probably used by a chemist in a chemistry laboratory. This embossed CHEMICAL REAGENT BOTTLE with raised lettering, was made to hold 125 ml of ACID PICRIC HC6H2(NO2)3O .
It also could have been called an apothecary bottle in a drug store or poison bottle. This bottle is 5.5" high (4.25" without the stopper) by 2.0" diameter and holds 125 mL. A ground glass pennyhead style stopper is included. The bottom is marked with an earlier WTCo U.S.A. . WATCH THIS ONE!
This CLEAN and SPARKLING reagent bottle is in USED condition WITH A VERY SMALL FLEABITE ON THE RIM AT 10 o'clock. ► AN EARLY EXAMPLE WITH A SKINNY TAPERED STOPPER AND A HEAVY APPLIED BARREL SECTION ◄ A VERY difficult bottle to find. It has a very strong mold, adding to its display appeal. A very good find in this size and condition. A must for the more ADVANCED collection but you'd be surprised on how scarce it is. THE BOTTLE IS EMPTY.
IT WOULD MAKE GREAT ADDITION TO ANY GLASS COLLECTION, BOTTLE COLLECTION, KITCHEN COLLECTION, BATHROOM COLLECTION OR IT WOULD BE A NICE DECORATOR PIECE!
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