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19th century Gin Bottle

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Product Description

This is a nice early aqua colored gin bottle. It measures 8 3/4" high x 3 1/2" x 3". In raised lettering on the front is "Gordon's Dry Gin and on one side "London" and the other "England". On the back is "Regd 610617". In 1769, Alexander Gordon moved to London and later he opened his distillery in Clenkerwell, chosen for the purity of its water. Here, he developed Gordon's gin. It was a gin of the highest quality, using only the purest ingredients without any sugar commonly added to inferior gin to mask the rough taste. The bottle shows all the signs of early glass with numerous air bubbles. There are no chips or cracks and is in nice condition.

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