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2009/12/06 08:02:34 (permalink)

Adirondack Spring Water

My hours were cut at work, my first weekend off so I decided to do a little digging. I wondered if anyone can tell me about these emerald green bottles. One says Adirondack Spring, Whitehall NY. The other although they look alike has nothing on it. 1997 Kovels price gives $1,100 for the embossed one. They both have chips on the top. Maybe they aren't worth anything? Can anyone tell me? I know the embossed one is 1875 there abouts. Thank you all & Happy Holidays.

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    cookie
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    RE: Adirondack Spring Water 2009/12/06 11:37:24 (permalink)
    It's a nice find...with damage on lip and cloudiness it's going to alter the value of bottle.... I would possibly try it on ebay and see what happens..hope this helps....where in NY state do you live ?
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    Beebs
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    RE: Adirondack Spring Water 2009/12/06 12:25:45 (permalink)
    Cookie, thanks for the reply. I am in Upstate, the Adirondacks. I have so many places to dig, just haven't had the time, now the snow falls.
    Anyway, the cloudiness you see is dirt inside the bottle, I am sure I could clean it up, I figured the chip would make it worth a lot less. In my digging yesterday I also found a very heavy Lionel Locomotive in GREAT shape, although I can't find any info on it. Again thanks for the reply.  Oh I saw your web page, I also have a Lightining Canning jar with so many bubbles. I almost sold it for $10 glad I didn't.

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    RE: Adirondack Spring Water 2009/12/06 12:32:13 (permalink)
    Hi- I work near Glens falls and am in the north country once in a while- maybe we could meet sometime and talk bottles ...what town are you in ?
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    RE: Adirondack Spring Water 2009/12/06 13:32:15 (permalink)
    Post your lightning jar with the bubbles...John
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    RE: Adirondack Spring Water 2009/12/06 14:54:19 (permalink)
              Hey Beebs, and Cookie, Hey I live in Hadley, and work in Glens falls too. Beebs, what town are you in? Maybe we should all hook up sometime. I have a couple digging partners in Saratoga area. I have seen the Adirondack Spring Bottle before. It is a good Spring Water. I think there's a Westport Varient too. Mint, I dont know if their an $1100 Bottle, but definately in the hundreds. I dig mostly south of here, as there arent many dumps that I know of up here. I heard there was a decent dump in Schroon Lake somewhere. Cookie, where do you work? I work early mornings at Glens Falls Printing, near the Hospital.

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    RE: Adirondack Spring Water 2009/12/21 00:39:42 (permalink)
    I am very familiar with this bottle. It appears from the photo to be a pint, it is worth about $300 mint. The quart from whitehall is the $1000+ bottle, the quart from westport is about $5-600. I would hammer on that dump as saratogas are usually found in multiples.
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    RE: Adirondack Spring Water 2009/12/21 01:06:50 (permalink)
    Your area is very beautiful! I was stationed in Plattsburg  for a few years!  I loved it!
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