Other Bottles (Leigh & Co)

Below is a catalog of recorded other types of bottles bearing the Leigh & Co name, 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.

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Blob Top Flat Bottomed Cylinders

Leigh1Leigh2DSC02570The early amber green 10oz cylinder bottles from Leigh & Co featuring the Globe trademark, these carry no makers name and date to the late 1800's, these turn up in many shades and no 6oz versions are known, In very rare cases these are found in a deep red/brown color. Photo From The Globe Works Collection

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10oz Bullet Stopper Minerals

Bul1 Bul2Bul4The10oz version of the bullet stopper bottle from Leigh & Co, these rarely carry a makers name but the amber one is embossed to the base "Barron, Makers, Mexboro" No examples exist embossed with the Groves & Whitnall name, these date from around 1880. The last photo is an example of the light lime green bottle sometimes found. Photo From The Globe Works Collection

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6oz Bullet Stopper Minerals

Bul3Bul3ABul3BThe smaller 6oz version of the bullet stopper bottle from Leigh & Co, these are more desirable with collectors than the 10oz, again no examples exist embossed with the Groves & Whitnall name, these date from around 1880. Photo From The Globe Works Collection

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10oz Leigh & Co Sykes Mcvay Bullet Stopper Mineral

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This rare10oz version of the bullet stopper bottle from Leigh & Co, these rarely carry a makers name but this amber one has the maker name embossed to the base "Sykes McVay" and another distinguishing and unusual feature is the missing Globe trade mark to the rear, one of the more scarce types of this bottle. Photo courtesy & copyright of the Simon Ratty collection.

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The Leigh & Co Quart Barrel

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002The amber Leigh & Co "Imperial Quart" barrel, these are very desirable with collectors and are not often seen for sale, they are also found in aqua glass, other examples are found embossed with the Groves & Whitnall name, these date from around 1880-1900. Photo Courtesy & Copyright Of Mark Ratcliffe collection.

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Leigh & Co Round Bottomed Amber Cylinder

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The Leigh & Co round bottomed cylinder dates to the late 1800's and is the rarer variation of cylinder type bottles used by the company, these are only found embossed Leigh & Co and have  "Leigh & Co Salford" embossed to one side with the Globe trade mark to the other, the notable feature of these is they have to be displayed laid on their side due the rounded base of the bottle. Photo From The Globe Works Collection

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Leigh & Co Sykes Mcvay Patent Amber Cylinder

labels5003The Sykes Mcvay cylinder dates to the late 1800's and is the rarer variation of cylinder type bottles used by the company, these are only found embossed Leigh & Co and have Sykes Mcvay Patent embossed around the base of the bottle.

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Torpedo Minerals (Hamilton's)

LH1LH2LH3The torpedo bottle also referred to as a Hamilton is Leigh & Co and is probably one of the most collected bottles from this company, they are found in many shades of amber through to green, a 6oz  example is shown in the picture but there is a very rare 10oz variation, these date from the late 1800's. Photo From The Globe Works Collection

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Dumpy Mini Seltzers

seltzerTwo variations of the Leigh & Co dumpy seltzer bottle, these appear in a few shades of amber through to pale green and are very desirable collectables with their well embossed "Globe" trade mark to the front, These date to 1900-1910. Photo Source "Unknown"

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Leigh & Co 1/2 Pint Green Beer

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This 1/2 pint green beer bottle embossed "Leigh & Co Salford" with the Globe trade mark embossed to the center dates to around 1910, these are quite a commonly found type of bottle from the company. Photo Globe Works Collection.

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Leigh & Co Early Blob Top Mineral Bottle

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Here we have a lovely full frontal embossed crude early amber mineral water bottle, embossed with "Leigh & Co Salford" with the Globe trade mark, with its blob top and cork enclosure these date to the early 1880's and were possibly one of the first colored bottles used by the company around the same period as the torpedo bottles. Photo The Globe Works Collection.

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Large Sized Leigh & Co Amber Beer/Mineral Bottle

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This lovely Leigh & Co large sized bottle would have either contained beer or mineral water, using a cork enclosure with its almost slanted lip, the embossing on these are very imposing with its larger Globe trade mark to the center and embossed "Leigh & Co Salford" dating from around 1900 this is one that's not seen that often. Photo The Globe Works Collection.

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