Posted 6 years ago
This bottle says, Potassic Acid Chromate K2 Cr2 O7.
These would be seen in chemistry set-ups for education or apothecary use.
It is a tooled bottle that is a bit hard to date as I do not know where it came from (maker) and I've not studied one before. I'm guessing around 1900+/- 10 years.
Many will say Wheaton on the bottom, but this one does not have anything. The most commonly seen acid bottle is likely the Sulphuric Acid or Dil Hydrochloric.
If you notice, it is more 'white' in the neck. That is because it had a glass stopper, which is now gone.
I won this during the raffle at the local Bottle Club.