A glass milk bottle from the 1930s – 1950s

A glass milk bottle sits on a white surface. The bottle is toward the right side of the image. A strong light from beyond the right side of the image causes the bottle to cast a shadow toward the left of the image. The background recedes into darkness. On the bottle can be seen the word 'milk' and the letters 'MBA'.
Source: Collection Powerhouse Museum, Sydney. Photo: Sotha Bourn.

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