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Emmanuel College Cambridge Sealed Bottle C 1835

Emmanuel College Cambridge Sealed Bottle C 1835

Emmanuel College Cambridge Sealed Bottle C 1835


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About this item

Heading : Sealed glass bottle
Rim : Double collar lip and string rim
Bottle Type : Three piece cylinder
Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks
Restoration : None
Weight : 705 grams
Additional Information: Emmanuel College is alone amongst the colleges of the University of Cambridge ( aka Fenland Poly) in having had sealed bottles made. There were a few different seals used over the years with most abbreviating the colleges name. This example comes from the period 1830-1840 when the college had it's name spelled out in full but having only one M in "Emanuel" a spelling which went out of use in around 1840.
References: Antique Sealed Bottles 1640-1900 by David Burton Pg. 69, 213, 1111


H30.0 cm



Wear condition


Date of manufacture


Place of origin

United Kingdom


19th Century


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