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Sizing glass stoppers for antique bottles.

Posted by tasymo (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 24, 11 at 19:22

I found three old glass apothocary bottles at Goodwill that are missing their stoppers. I found a vendor on ebay, selling stoppers in sizes 9, 13, 16, 19, 22, and 27, but I have no idea how those numbers relate to my bottles. All three have ground glass openings that measure 7/8" in diameter. Can anyone tell me what size number I should order?


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RE: Sizing glass stoppers for antique bottles.

Why not email the vendor and ask?


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RE: Sizing glass stoppers for antique bottles.

I did, and am still waiting for a response. If I don't hear back from him, I won't purchase the stoppers from him, even if I get the sizing info I need. But I figure I'll need it for most vendors... unless they post the actual measurements of the stoppers.
I also tried googling for the info, but came up with nothing.


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