Below is a catalog of recorded Codd type bottles bearing the Leigh & Co name, we have listed all patent bottles containing a marble under this section even though they may not be strictly "Codd Patent" we try to update this as often as possible but there is always something new out there, If you have a bottle not shown here we would like to hear from you and would love to add a photo of your bottle to our online catalog of known company bottle variations. Click on an image to view a larger version.
The Colored Marble Leigh & Co Codd Bottles
The colored marble variation of the Leigh & Co Globe Codd bottle are rarely found, the one in this photos above top from bottom are dark green, brown & amber, a blue marble variation is also known, I have yet to see a color marble variation of a Groves & Whitnall Codd. Photo From The Globe Works Collection
Early Leigh & Co Codd Bottle
This much earlier variation of the Leigh & Co Codd is more crude in design, Embossed "Leigh & Co Salford" to the front it has the standard Globe trade mark embossed but the actual wording "Trade Mark" is embossed above and below the Globe, this particular example also has the added appeal of an amber marble, this is not a bottle that is seen very often, Photo courtesy & copyright of the Simon Ratty collection.
No Maker Name Leigh & Co Codd Bottles
These 3 Codd bottles are unusual ones that carry no makers name to the rear, they seem to be in a wide array of shades from golden amber to lime green with several different mold variations, mainly found embossed Leigh & Co but some Groves & Whitnall variation do exist but seem to be more scarce and only appear in honey amber. Photo From The Globe Works Collection
Standard Side Embossed Redfern Leigh & Co Codd Bottles
The side embossed standard Codd bottle from Leigh & Co are the most common, these have the company name & Salford embossed down the 2 front and the Globe trade mark embossed to the rear, the maker is normally Redfern Bros Barnsley but some rarer makers names are known, these are widely available in both 10oz & 6oz sizes, there is a vast range of shades found from deep amber to lime green. Photo From The Globe Works Collection
The Aqua Leigh & Co No Maker Name Codd Bottle
This aqua glass side embossed standard Codd bottle from Leigh & Co is a very rare example, it has the company name & Salford embossed down the 2 front and the Globe trade mark embossed to the rear with no makers name show, I have never seen another example of this myself although another is rumored to exist but I have seen no proof of this, the one shown in the photos had found its way to Florida at some point in its life but was returned to the UK in 2012, its not known if any 6oz examples were manufactured. Photo From The Globe Works Collection
Reinforced Nuttall Lip Leigh & Co Codd Bottles
The side embossed Nuttall Codd bottle with an added reinforcing ring applied to the lip from Leigh & Co are not as common, these have the company name & Salford embossed down the 2 front and the Globe trade mark embossed to the rear, the maker is normally Redfern Bros Barnsley, these are available in both 10oz & 6oz sizes. Photos From The Globe Works Collection
Connors Patent Amber Codd Bottle
The 10oz Connors Patent Codd bottle show here is one of the rarest bottles from Leigh & Co, embossed "Connors Patent Stoppers" to the rear along with the makers name Redfearn Brothers Barnsley, and Leigh & Co to the front with no globe trade mark, only found in amber no recorded 6oz variations are known.
Sykes Mcvay Patent Amber Codd Bottle
Sykes McVay Patent mineral bottles from Leigh & Co is another very rare and valuable bottle, found in both 10oz and 6oz variations this bottle is distinctive by its integral thread type lip, dimples to the base and marble in the bottom of the bottle, these carry both the Globe trade mark and Leigh & Co brand name. Photo courtesy and copyright of the Wayne Wood collection.
Codd's Premier Patent Amber Bottle
The Premier patent bottles from Leigh & Co are possibly the rarest and most sought after bottle from the company, these have only ever been found in small numbers hinting that that they were only used by Leigh for a very short period possibly due to cost or reliability of the patent, found in 10oz and 6oz form embossed "Codds Patent, Premier, Sole Maker, Codd & Ryland's, Barnsley" Photo courtesy amd copyright of the Russ Smith Collection.