botella

A unit of capacity, 20th century, in the Spanish-speaking Americas:

from United Nations, 1966
Costa Rica 670 milliliters
Cuba 725.02 milliliters
Guatemala 650 milliliters
Nicaragua 660 milliliters
Honduras 691.2 milliliters

In El Salvador and Colombia the value has been increased to 750 milliliters, the international standard for spirits bottles, by the Ministry of Development.

In Bolivia, ? – 20th century, various units of liquid capacity:

Department Town Milliliters Commodity,
if specific
Chuquisaca Monteagudo 460  
Sud Cinti 650  
Tarabuco 660  
Zudanez 670 milk, honey
La Paz Coripata 660  
Chulumani 700 milk
Manco Kapac 660 milk
Omasuyos 660 milk
Viacha 750 milk, kerosene
Cochabamba Ayopaya 660 chicha
Chapare 500 chicha
Tarata 660 chicha
Totora 660 beer
Potosi Colquechaca 750  
Puna 1000  
Uncía 660  
Oruro Challapata 750  
Salinas de G. Mendoza 750  
Santa Cruz Camiri 660  
Charagua 750  
Concepción 750  
Guarayos 660  
Lagunillas 750  
Montero 840  
Pto. Suárez 750  
Beni Baures 700  
Cercado 660  
Loreto 640  
Santa Ana 660  
San Ignacio 650  
Reyes 750  
Vaca Diez 590 alcoholic bev.
Tarija Concepción 750  
Gran Chaco 660  

[Bolivia] Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganaderia y Colonizacion. Dirección General de Economia Rural.
Resumen General de Medidas típicas de la República de Bolivia.
Corrected and revised by the Departamento de Muestreos y Padrones.
[La Paz]: Departamento de Muestreos y Padrones, 1956.

Pages 9, 13, 19, 27, 34, 37, 41 and 45. (Page numbering is not continuous.)

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