you can not see the leaf pattern in the glasS IN THE PHOTO..
Words on the bottle saids
"FEDERAL LAW FORBIDS SALE OR RE-USE OF THIS BOTTLE" Up for sale are qty 2 old post prohibition bottles that have the "Federal Law Forbids Sale or Re-Use of This Bottle" embossed on them.
In the U.S., National Prohibition was repealed in late 1933 and was subsequently followed by the passage of Federal laws prohibiting the reuse or sale of used liquor bottles. This requirement was intended to discourage the re-use of bottles by bootleggers and moonshiners, though the biggest discouragement to that illicit activity was that liquor was now legally available. On January 1st, 1935 all liquor sold in the United States was required to be in bottles that had the above statement embossed in the glass (Busch 1981). The statement was not required on wine or beer bottles, the latter category which was - and to some degree still is - bottled in re-useable bottles.
WE HAVE BEEN CLEARING OUT MY LATE MOTHER STUFF.
A LOT WE JUST CAN NOT LET GO OF BUT SOME THINGS WE FELL OTHERS WILL ENJOY AS MUCH AS SHE DID COLLECTING
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