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    1890s Pickle?

    Thanks everyone. Hope to someday find one with some ornate panels. The "classic" cathedral look.
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    Very small bottle

    Yep! I build models and have used these paints for years.
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    1890s Pickle?

    Looks like either everybody agrees with my assessment or everyone thinks I'm all wet?
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    Possible pharmacists dump! Large chemicals, signs, soda advertising, bottles and more!!!

    That Caldwell's sign is SO cool! We see many of the bottles but never the sign!
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    Texize--Does anyone have a clue???

    Texize was real big in the 1970s when they sold "Janitor-In-A-Drum" cleaner.
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    Tips on where to dig?

    Here's one of my probes:
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    POSSIBLY SMALLEST THING IVE EVER FOUND WHAT WAS IN THIS LOL

    Maybe toothache medicine or some sample.
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    Frosted glass Warranted Flask

    I find many bottles in the sand dunes in my area that have been sandblasted from being uncovered by our strong Northern Lake Michigan winds.
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    why would a bottle have a rounded bottom,cannot stand on it's own

    Some like to call these torpedo bottles, alas they are not.
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    1890s Pickle?

    I'm thinking this 12" pickle bottle is 1890s judging by all the bubbles and imperfections. Agree? What else can you tell me about it? This is my first pickle.
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    Look what I found

    We always called them cabin inks (that last one).
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    Today's House Demo Finds.

    Dang! Those all sure cleaned up nice.
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    My best find yet. Creek walking finds

    VERY nice finds. Congrats!
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    Look what I found

    Yeah and those umbrella inks are pretty thin and fragile. Nice and crude too.
  15. GLASSHOPPER55

    Any info on these 7up syrup jugs?

    Yeah looks like 80s era. The jugs actually seem older style than the label. Probably very minimal value collector-wise.

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