As Different as Chalk and Cheese
Here we have two contrasting Ipoh photographs from Sophie. The first she calls “Dressing for the 1940’s to 1950’s. It is no wonder that Ipoh got the name for having all the pretty girls. Just look at these!
Sophie describes the photo as
“Dressing for 1940’s to 1950’s.
Four young ladies, two of them are sisters. The second from left is my mother.”
And next comes an intriguing old bottle in which Sophie’s father used to keep nails and screws..
But this is where you are reader comes in for try as I might I cannot identify what it once held. Can you?
Sophie tells us;
“The height of the bottle is 4 inches plus.On the side of the cover it’s written ( Do not accept if this band is broken) so I guessed it’s something we can eat.It is Cola Cream not Cold Cream! Hope you can identify the bottle now.”