The miniature liquor were born for the distribution and tasting, small faithful copies of the original bottle.
It did not last very long, because industrial production needed more quickly and quick operation and there have been few companies that, until now, have kept the glass mignon ‘s “image” of the product: one of these is precisely the BUTON, that good for us collectors, continues to produce them.
If, by law or aging of the product or production requirements or other reasons, change the glass, or ppure you need to change the lettering on the E, faithfully Buton change the corresponding mignon here because if they find a lot of today (and why I Have many as 96 different collection: from 1930/1940 to date). Thanks to BUTON, we collectors of which we indulge again for a long time.
E variants may be minimal, sometimes barely visible, but indicative, here they are in accordance with my “observations” —> the written BUTON, imprinted on the cap, a circle or semi-circle, —> the company logo printed on the other two faces of the glass of the B., with less specific in design and different sizes. —> The date at the base of the glass —> ‘s height of the glass and the length of the neck of the B., —> colors of E and the gold color of the letters and the frame more (or less ) marked —> l ‘image to the one hundred largest —> the writing in E. lower, about 2/3/4 lines, of equal length or more (or less) long. of different colors, —> the contours of E —> capacity, which sometimes does not appear, —> the alcohol content, depending on the distribution of Fields, —> capping, – -> the form of Ba 2 0 3 faces.
Sometimes he “exaggerated”, but also the color of brandy contained in B is an important variant, because it means that the years of production or aging are from different years: the glass mignon is always the same, but the content is not — > n as in the images. 20 and 22 this gallery.