Australian Milk and Cream Bottles and Dairy Related ItemsA Comprehensive Guide for Collectors and the Curious

Author(s): Richard S. Kameny

Australian History

In Australia by 1970 retail raw milk sales became illegal under the Pasteurisation Act. Dozens of different containers, both before and after that date, were used for the delivery of dairy products. Clear vessels, Pyro vessels, cardboard, plastic, embossed and branded vessels abounded. Various tops were used - card, foil, screw, clip-on, swing lids. Bottles had wide mouths, narrow mouths, pouring mouths, and heavily rimmed mouths. This book also catalogues vats, cream cans, separators, measuring dippers, butter pats, churns, butter moulds, drinking straws, milk factory brands, cream pots, bottle tops, and milk powder product containers along with dozens of other curiosities.


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  • : 9781875342778
  • : Crown Castleton Publishers
  • : Crown Castleton Publishers
  • : January 2008
  • : books

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  • : Richard S. Kameny
  • : 224