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Late nineteenth century bottle in clear glass with an applied lip moulded onto the bottle after the neck and body had been formed. The bottle, originally intended for cognac, now contains Hotwells Spa spring water and is sealed with a tight fitting cork. The original label is now heavily worn but shows that the bottle once contained cognac bottled by Brown and Pank of London

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