TRPQ 1942 red painted label POEM Reiss Dairy milk bottle from Sikeston, MO

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Seller: keelinc (697) 100%, Location: Shawnee, Kansas, Ships to: US, Item: 323532486968 Tall, round, pyroglaze 1942 quart (TRPQ) red painted POEM milk bottle from Sikeston, Missouri. One side reads "Reiss Dairy.....Pasteurized Products.....Sikeston, MO.". The poem on the other side reads, "Sing a song of six-pence, a pocket full of rye I am going shopping and what shall I buy. A quart of Reiss' milk and a pound of butter to take home and eat with fresh hot rolls. Oh, what a tasty supper!.........Elizabeth Rogers" and includes a great picture of a woman. This dairy has about 40 different original poems all written by folks in the community. The glass and paint are very good. Note in the photos that there is a pin prick on the neck and the paint is thick with just a few scratches. Excellent bottle. The winning bidder pays $13.00 shipping and handling. Will combine shipping. Thanks for bidding. Condition: Used

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