From the stock of Ken Paul Ltd. who supplied the majority of props for the English movie industry during the 50s-90s. One Gill dating to the Napoleonic Period with certifications starting with 1814 (Waterloo was 1815) and ending in 1849, on the lip extending 2/3 its circumference. Baluster form with thumb rest handle. The certifications indicate its use in a pub where it was certified accurate yearly. The gill is 5 imperial ounces and this measure was for spirits (liquor). Sound with good patina and small blemishes from commercial use. Perhaps spottable in some old English movies, as many of his prop items are. Charming.