Shinola, Anchor Hocking
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1940
Pattern Description: Small bottle with the words "Shinola for Childrens shoes" on the bottom and shoes around the middle.
This little 2 1/2″ tall bottle with a 2 1/2″ base was used for shoe polish. Clear with light iridescence. During World War II, Shinola became immortalized when a phrase ‘You don't know s**t from Shinola “(meaning your weren't too bright).
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