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    I got me an adorable Midget jar!

    Glad your listening to Coreya. He is one of the most knowledgeable fruit jar people on this site. He can always come up with an answer for you.
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    I got me an adorable Midget jar!

    Looks like an original to me. Most of the fruit that China reproduces are the 1858 ones. Welcome to the site.
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    Lucky Permissions!!!!

    Good luck. Hopefully your taking a metal detector with you.
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    Wolf pictured drug added to collection!

    Great bottle. You have a way of finding some of the neatest druggist bottles made. Thanks for sharing pictures of them.
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    KILLER DIG!!!!!! Pontil's and pre-1870s galore! Also killer militia stuff!

    Too bad about the ink. I really like the buttons. Nice finds on the bottles also.
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    Eclipse Carbonating Co. / St. Louis, Mo

    Great job of detailing the history of another St. Louis bottler. Love the amber hutch.
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    L.H. Thomas ink well

    Nice ink bottle. Inks are some of my favorite bottles always love to see them. Thanks for posting it.
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    Gross Bottling Co. / St. Louis, Missouri

    Nice bottles. Another great job of giving the history of another St. Louis bottler. Thanks.
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    1870's/80's dump dig

    Love the inks.
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    Two nice additions to my collection.

    The Tiger Catsup is a neat bottle.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    I agree with you on thinking this could be a soda bottle. I believe Blatz had their own embossed bottles with the Blatz name on them and I wouldn't think they would allow a bottler to bottle their beer in a bottle other than their own.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    I would think that these could have been used for both. My speculation on these was that they were advertising give away.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    Here is my question on Kork-N-Seal cap as they would apply to the use on the blob/crown bottle top. If the blob/crown top used a lightning type bottle seal, either porcelain or rubber, wouldn't you just reseal the bottle with the original stopper? In the event it used a totally different...
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    SODABOB. If you go over to Mr. Bottle website and look at the crown top soda bottles from Milwaukee there are two Graf picnic soda bottles that look like the blob/crown top that have a lightning stopper that are porcelain.
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    EARLIEST "CROWN TOP" SODA BOTTLES 1892 - 1900

    From the looks of weiss beer bottle picture with a groove like that under the top you would think the whole top of the bottle would snap off when you were trying to remove the cap.

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