|Dimensions||H-6.875 W-3.25 D-1.5 inches|
|Description||This Kentucky Criterion bottle is made of clear glass and is a half pint bourbon whiskey bottle. The machine-made bottle is flask-like, flat and oval. It has a ring at the base of its neck. There is a shell cork and stopper style closure. There is an oval scar mark (pontil-like) on the bottom. There is a large label on front, a smaller one with a caution notice on back and remnants of a green with red print revenue stamp above the back label.|
|Notes||This bottle was dug up in the French's backyard (2740 Frankfort Avenue) in Louisville, Kentucky. Kentucky's Criterion was sold by J. B. Wathen and Brothers, Louisville, Kentucky. It was distilled by R. G. Shipman at the Pee Dee or Ross P. Pepper Distillery in Louisville, Kentucky.|
|Collection||Robert and Ruth French Collection|
Shipman, Raymond G.
Wathen, J. B.
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|