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    A lot of bottles need help

    There are probably hundreds of crates worth of the 1980 Georgia championship Coke bottles out there. They are literally in every antique/junk store in Georgia. They are 5-10 dollars at best
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    F. Brown's

    Common or not , that’s an awesome find brother !
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    First embossed brick pretty cool

    Sevierville Tn hutch and a Pigeon Forge Bottling crowntop
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    CIVIL WAR ERA DR. A. INCHAN,S NERVINE PAIN EXTR OPEN PONTILED BOTTLE

    Killer bottle east Texas terry ! Loved those inks and mustards too !!!
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    Porcelain Signs (Indian Reproductions)

    Yes 18x18 was the only size listed with the description matching yours exactly.
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    Need information

    Thanks Robby ! Great info brother , I read the link you posted and I’ll have to check all the base codes now !
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    Need information

    UncleBruce , I’m not trying to hijack LA313’s post , but figured your knowledge on the subject could help us all. I’ve always heard as ROBBYBOBBY64 said that these were made by Adolphus Busch Glass Manufacturing Company. Were these used for products of Adolphus Busch or were they sold to other...
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    Need information

    Is it similar to this ?
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    Coke paper bottle test.

    I’m 40 and occasionally my dad and I will go to a spot he’s known about for a long time looking for bottles and marbles. One day we were looking at shards of slug plates lying around and I made the comment that it was a shame all the good broke ones everywhere, he laughed and said “ Yeah there’s...
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    Northeast Georgia Crowntops

    Another Athens Ga straight side Coca Cola , this variation is one of the earlier ones , circa 1905 .
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    Are these Pontil marks ?

    Thanks !
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    Are these Pontil marks ?

    I found these 2 broken pieces scratching around at one of my spots. Are the marks on the two bases pontil marks or something else ? I’m kinda new to the pontil stuff and most stuff I find at this spot is late 1890’s to around 1915.
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    GHOST TOWN BRICKS & PAVER

    The one with the star is awesome , and I’ve never seen one like the first one with that triangle inlay like stamp in it. Those are cool man , definitely more interesting than most we find here in Georgia.
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    Porcelain Signs (Indian Reproductions)

    In Scott Benjamin and Wayne Henderson’s book “Oil Company Signs - A Collectors Guide” , it is listed as an 18x18” flange sign. On their rarity scale of 1 to 5 , it is listed as a 4 being rare to very rare. It’s listed as being used from 1918 to 1923. It’s a cool piece of history and petroliana...

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