Glass Milk Bottles
Standardized glass milk bottles were introduced in Romania in the early 1950’s and where in use until the national revolution of 1989, while many other countries had converted production of milk bottles to plastic during the 70’s . Glass milk bottles, delivered daily to the door, were sealed with cardboard or aluminum caps. They were not re-closable so it is extremely unlikely to find capped bottles. Minor differences occur based on the year of production. Colors range from clear, to clear-turquoise and green. Sizes are ¼, ½ and 1 liter, the smallest being the rarest.
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