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WWII Japanese tin medical bottle

This bottle belonged to my father who was a medic in the Pacific islands during WWII. It measures approx 2 1/2" tall from cork to bottom and approx 1 3/4" wide. It is army green with a paper label on the front with Japanese writing. I would like to know what it was used for and then if there is any value in it.  Thanks!

Metal perhaps tin
Distinguishing marks: 
Japanese writing on front label
Date Period: 
Size and dimensions of this item: 
2 1/2"H x 1 3/4"W
Assuming it was brought back with my father from WWII as it was with his photo albums
For Sale?: 


DebCuno's picture

Thank you.  I suspected that might be the pupose of the bottle, but at the time I started researching a few years back, I couldn't locate any photo of the exact item. There still seems to be some doubt as to it's usage, but at least this supports my theory. I saw the estimate, but could not find the actual selling price. Appreciate your help!! I am new to this site and already love it!

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