Antique BATEY & CO Ld Codd Bottle, (Albion)

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This Batey & Co Codd Bottle is complete with Marble and dates to Early 20th Century (poss. late 19th). It is a light green and the only damage that I can see is a star hairline – only on the surface- and a tiny nick on th inner neck. The rubber red lip has fallen to the bottom of the bottle. Stands 9” tall . Marked to one side with B & Co Ld BATEY And verso with: B & Co Ld ¼ DEPOSIT CHARGED ON THIS BOTTLE ALBION William Batey established his ginger beer factory on the east side of Kingsland Road, south of the Regents Canal around 1853. Batey became bankrupt in 1881 and the business was bought by Richard James Alabaster, who established Bateys as a limited company in 1887. They were also believed to be in Peckham and it looks like they were taken over by Charrington in 1952. Messers Batey & Co.’s bottled mineral water. Water was sold in bottles for the first time in the 19th Century Antique BATEY & CO Ld Codd Bottle, (Albion)

Antique BATEY & CO Ld Codd Bottle, (Albion)

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Description

 This Batey & Co Codd Bottle is complete with Marble and dates to Early 20th Century (poss. late 19th).  It is a light green and the only damage that I can see is a star hairline – only on the surface- and a tiny nick on th inner neck. The rubber red lip has fallen to the bottom of the bottle.  Stands  9” tall . Marked to one side with

B & Co Ld
BATEY
And verso with:
B & Co Ld
¼ DEPOSIT
CHARGED ON THIS BOTTLE
ALBION 

William Batey established his ginger beer factory on the east side of Kingsland Road, south of the Regents Canal around 1853. Batey became bankrupt in 1881 and the business was bought by Richard James Alabaster, who established Bateys as a limited company in 1887.

They were also believed to be in Peckham and it looks like they were taken over by Charrington in 1952. 

Messers Batey & Co.’s bottled mineral water. Water was sold in bottles for the first time in the 19th Century
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