This is a vintage bottle of Nu-Tone Phonograph Record Renewer. The bottle has an embossed design on the front and back just below the neck and a paper label on both sides. The back also has embossed measurements along the edges. The liquid was to be used on records as a cleaner to preserve the tone and the original cost was 50 cents. It was manufactured by the Nu-Tone Products Co. of Cascade, Montana. It seems to have the original cork and appears to have some of its original contents although there is no guarantee has to it still being usable.
The bottle measures about 1 ¾" wide, 1 1/8" deep and about 4 3/8" high excluding the cork. The glass has no damage but the cork is hard and partially broken across the top. It has been sealed with wax to hopefully protect it during shipping. Insurance will be required on this in case it does leak. The front label has light wear to the edges and the back label is partially gone. Both labels have some stains and discoloration.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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Item ID: 18248
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