Ashland Bottling Works (Picnic), Ashland, Wisconsin

Long neck, amber color, applied blob top, seam ends below lip, crude shape, common on sodas, beers and mineral waters.

Date of manufacture is somewhere between 1840s-1880.

The “picnic bottle” is an oversized container holding a half-gallon of beer for serving a large group of drinkers.

Full wire bail still intact and included.

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