This is an assortment of old cardboard bottle caps. Most were used on the old quart and pint size glass bottles. Some have recessed centers and a couple are the flat style but they would have been crimped over the bottle top. They all measure about 2” in diameter (+/-) by ¼” deep and all are in fairly good, unused condition.
Five are from Amber-Glo Dairy Foods of Oklahoma with different colors representing a different product as indicated below. Blue & white check- Half & Half Orange- Homogenized Vitamin D Milk Off White- Whipping Cream Yellow- Milk
There are two yellow caps from the Ideal Drive-In Dairy of Choctaw, Oklahoma which read; Guernsey Raw Milk.
There are also two from Ashton Farms, Inc. of Pocatello - Blackfoot (Idaho). Those two are dull orange and were for Homogenized Milk.
The two flat, crimp-ons are from Townley’s Dairy of Oklahoma City. The blue one was for Buttermilk and the reddish one was for Half-n-Half.
The little, flat, push in style was from the Sunshine Dairy and it was for Raw Milk. It measures about 1 5/8” in diameter and is in very good condition.
Also included are five Raw Milk caps. These may have been used in old cottage cheese cartons. The caps have a drawing of a glass milk bottle with a drinking glass next to it. The "tab" for removing the cap is brown and place on the glass in such a way that it sort of looks like a glass of chocolate milk. They are all the same and read; Raw Milk. They measure almost 4” in diameter and are in unused condition with minor discoloration and scuff wear.
Priced and sold as the lot shown in the first picture and described above.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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