Olive green glass bottle, dated to around 1710-1715. The body of the bottle is a half-sized onion, with rounded shoulders leading to a short neck and string rim. Underneath is a baal 'kick-up' and a sand pontil scar. The string rim is sligthly damaged. The words 'London Wall' are visible on the bottle on two sides.
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