Antique Stanley Insulating Co. Circa 1920's Vacuum Thermos Vintage "Super Vac" Quart Bottle with ORIGINAL CORK and COBALT BLUE interior.
According to the USA Patents on the bottom of the bottle, this "Vacuum Vessel Sealing" receptacle ( tumbler ) with original black crackle patina dates from about 1925 - 1928.
USA Patents No. impressed underneath thermos are 1071817 (Sept. 2, 1913) and 1691912 (Nov. 20, 1928).
There is a number "30" impressed on the back-bottom of bottle near the seam (see photo).
Approximate Overall Dimensions: 13.25" (H) x 3.75" (W), pre-shipping weight is about 3.3 lbs., holds about 1.1 quart of fluid.
Item is stored in a SMOKE/ODOR/PET-FREE, Climate-Controlled Environment. Commensurate with age, this vintage Stanley Super Vac bottle has shelf-wear throughout. The bottle cap and cork have dents, dings, scratches, discoloration, and stains as shown in the photos.
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“Be it known that I, William Stanley, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of Great Barrington, Berkshire County, State of Massachusetts, have invented certain new and useful improvements in heat-insulated receptacles."
- On Aug. 5, 1912, William Stanley wrote to the U.S. Patent Office laying claim to a new design. Patent was approved on September 2, 1913.
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