Found several Dr. Bull's flasks, most broke, this one has a busted shoulder, 1880's patent dates.
It's the oldest soda , so far, a heart stopper , really! I like the color of this green soda, marked with a 3 only.
Yes it does! Stepped on it, flush in the bottom and saw the blob top, so I dug it out, sort of a uncommon marking, although the brand is found often in Memphis.
His looks slightly different then yours Bruce. LEON.
I'll have more on tomorrow, getting late. Last is amber Diehl and Lord, with an old Memphis soda, a Heinrich , cast aside, during the horse and buggy days, found about 100 miles from Memphis.
I've never seen a Tombstone slugplate on anything but a Hutchinson/Hutch bottle before & wondered if they came on non hutch bottles? Hmmmmm, Interesting.LEON.
My Mistake, I started typing but then left to watch the news for a few minutes, then came back to finish typing. by then you posted pics I was not aware of. LEON.