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    Kansas show

    Where are the images of the bottle show?
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    Kansas show

    Please post images of the bottle show.
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    Tall hand blown bottle

    It's a novelty bottle from Italy with Italian wine.
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    Pontils with dimples? With letters and numbers?

    The bump or "mammilon" is NOT a pontil scar. It is a cast of a mold vent.
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    North Texas Bottle and Collectibles Show

    Please post images of the show bottles for those of us who can't possibly attend!
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    Is this a bottle for the blind

    Here's one:
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    BIM mucilage & inkwell

    Nice comparison image. Here's mine:
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    Heinz Horseradish ?

    The lip finish appears to be TOC20.
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    H Heye

    Heye produced quite a variety of bottles for export, including demijohns. Below is one of those demijohns. "1987" (liters) = ~5 gallons. Born in 1792, Caspar Hermann Heye created the Hermann Heye company, a jobber in glass products. By 1821, Heye was a major trading house. [Heye] opened a...
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    Small Jar with separate compartment modded in neck.

    These ink bottles were still in use in the 1950s and 1960s when ball-point pens were taking over the market for ink pens.
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    Favorite Jugs

    Here's one I dug in an orange grove next to a fallen shack: Few things upset Ocala’s prominent whiskey distiller, George Carmichael more than the growing sentiment on behalf of temperance that was about to force a referendum on the wet-dry issue in late 1887. As the owner of several saloons...
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    Favorite Jugs

    Here's a stoneware canning jar, perhaps a WIERS PATENT, flawless, but is missing the bail and the top. I dug this one, but couldn't find the top. If someone here has an extra top, we should talk about making this jar complete.
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    Favorite Jugs

    Here's a colorful example from Jax, Florida, dating to the TOC20. Chas. Blum & Co. 309-311 W. Bay Jacksonville, FL 1895 - 1905 offering: Blum's Sylvan Glen - $3.20/gallon Blum's Monogram - $4.20/gallon
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    Favorite Jugs

    Here's another river find. I had to restore the handle. Two gallons. This ovoid form dates to the early 1800s, I believe.
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    Favorite Jugs

    Here's a broken jug I just couldn't leave behind where I found it in a Carolina river. I searched that river bend for a good while (no viz, groping) but didn't find any more of it. It's a "Bellarmine" or Bartmann jug from (probably) the late 1600s.

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