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2013/04/16 22:27:24 (permalink)

Any Info on these Two.

Are these very common. How old are they.

Danville Brew & Ice Co. Looks to be a applied top. Three piece mold. Has a NB on the bottom. Was this a Beer Bottle?

Ledicott's Southend.on.sea It looks like a applied top with a internal threads? But not sure if I am stating right. The Bottom has a L's on it. with a shadow of the L's


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    offishn
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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/16 22:28:33 (permalink)
    Some How I cant seam to get these upright.


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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/16 22:39:24 (permalink)
    American Breweries II lists Danville doing business 1894-1906. I wouldn't call it a common bottle. The lip is a BALTIMORE LOOP SEAL. It is a beer bottle. Got nothing on the other.

    Could this Danville be the town that "PHINEAS AND FERB" hail from?
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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/16 22:59:22 (permalink)
    I also have that Danville bottle but yours is a little different but I like it. Would you be willing to sell the Danville blob?

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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/17 01:20:05 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Bottleworm

    I also have that Danville bottle but yours is a little different but I like it. Would you be willing to sell the Danville blob?



    I would be willing to sell it. Shoot me a PM. And let me know what your thinking.

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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/17 05:56:11 (permalink)
    Three piece mold
    No to both for that.

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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/17 19:56:07 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: cowseatmaize

    Three piece mold
    No to both for that.

    OK now now. I'm still learning here.
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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/18 11:49:13 (permalink)
    the dark one is prolly English
    Fred

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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/20 15:57:55 (permalink)
    Is it the SOUTHEND-ON-SEA that makes you think English?
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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/20 16:32:50 (permalink)
    From.

    Hello Robert,

    Welcome to the Blue Pages. The Ledicott's is a British ginger beer / mineral water from the early 20th Century. The form and the internal threads make it so.

    From.

    Southend-On-Sea is an well known seaside resort of Essex.

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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/04/20 18:59:23 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: surfaceone

    From.

    Hello Robert,

    Welcome to the Blue Pages. The Ledicott's is a British ginger beer / mineral water from the early 20th Century. The form and the internal threads make it so.

    From.

    Southend-On-Sea is an well known seaside resort of Essex.



    Wow Thanks, Now there is some info I was hoping to get. Thanks for sharing!!
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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/05/10 08:11:42 (permalink)
    Hello! I stumbled upon this page as I was googling a bottle I bought in an antique shop.

    I am from Southend on Sea and bought a Ledicott bottle to fill with Southend sand to use in my new house in a different county. (A little bit of home!)

    I thought that you might be interested in this video:

    http://www.eafa.org.uk/catalogue/140

    At about 11.20 there is footage of the Ledicott bottling plant. Not much footage, but quite cool.

    If you watch any of the other footage, I can confirm that the pubs are still there and look pretty much the same! In fact the Railway pub is one of my favorites. We still have a carnival and a carnival queen too!

    I may be back on this forum again. I think I want to find a few more ledicott bottle for my (soon to be) collection.

    Emma. x
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    RE: Any Info on these Two. 2013/05/22 19:55:01 (permalink)
    Wow Thanks, If you decide in the future you need another bottle, let me know. I would be interested in selling this one.
    ORIGINAL: emmas42

    Hello! I stumbled upon this page as I was googling a bottle I bought in an antique shop.

    I am from Southend on Sea and bought a Ledicott bottle to fill with Southend sand to use in my new house in a different county. (A little bit of home!)

    I thought that you might be interested in this video:

    http://www.eafa.org.uk/catalogue/140

    At about 11.20 there is footage of the Ledicott bottling plant. Not much footage, but quite cool.

    If you watch any of the other footage, I can confirm that the pubs are still there and look pretty much the same! In fact the Railway pub is one of my favorites. We still have a carnival and a carnival queen too!

    I may be back on this forum again. I think I want to find a few more ledicott bottle for my (soon to be) collection.

    Emma. x

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