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PICTURES HAVE BEEN UPDATED - LATER PAGES relating to the origin of the akkerman bottle, here are a few predecessors of the akkerman bottle, made by the dutch firm of gimborn. this inkbottle is the very first "longneck-bottle" or langhalsfles although this bottle doesn`t use the marble in the neck yet. this bottle is extremely rare, I know of 2 in a museum and a third I`ve dug up in a bottledump in the netherlands, which I traded with a former employe of Gimborn. the second model of the "longneck-bottle" are these ones, in two sizes "the baby-longneck" and the "longneck" to my knowledge, these bottles preceed the waterman bottle of similar design. these bottles are the third type of "longneck-bottle" and are similar to the ones produced by Akkerman today. only the size differs slightly, the Akkerman bottles are slightly smaller. this third type of langhalsfles or "longneck-bottle" later came with a different type of cap, made of yellow bakelite which was more prone to leaking.