This Jim Beam Bottle opalescent milk glass is from 1957. It has a beautiful milk white color and is almost opalescent in look. The bottle has a beautiful embossed decorative design on the front with dots, scrolls and a single flower shape in the center. The stopper has cork around it and does have a half inch by three eighth hole in the center of one side. See picture for clarification. This bottle has a pouring spout as well as the gold black label on the neck reading "since 1795 Beam bottled in Bond." The lower part of this round shaped bottle has a gold black label reading "Beam since 1995, The world's Finest Bourbon." The back is plain white with no embossing and has two gold labels on the neck and center of the bottle back. The bottom of the bottle has the impressed words D-334 119 57 5 Federal Law Forbids Sale Or Re-Use Of This Bottle. The impression was used until 1960 The bottle measures 11 inches high by 6 inches wide by 3 inches deep. It is in excellent condition with only a bit of the back label edges worn at the top and bottom on the back. Loving milk glass as I do I find this bottle such a fine example of old milk glass.
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