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    Black ink bottles from Providence Rhode Island, circa 1840-45

    That Burrington's Ink is amazing, what a great find as a family heirloom. I assume you probably already have one, but there is also a Burrington's Vegetable Croup Syrup bottle from Providence as well? It must be the same Burrington, RI isn't a very big place. PROVIDENCE RI RHODE ISLAND...
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    Mystery Bottle? I need help

    I agree on the European, probably Germany. It's very similar to these "Providentiae Memor bottle. Providentiae Memor is Latin for Providence Remember, and is the motto is the Kingdom of Saxony, now part of modern Germany. Kingdom of Saxony - Wikipedia I can't help with the age of this bottle...
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    PIX Bottle, maker or contents?

    I was thinking alcohol too, but could it be a med? Here's a long shot possibility for you. I found this in an 1898 medical journal, PIX Cresol Solution, sold in one pint bottles. Medical Arena - Google Books
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    Uncle jo

    Nice deco soda bottle. Here's a little history on the company: Scholarly Pursuits: Uncle Jo Bottling Company
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    Scientific compound the Dodge chemical co. Chemist art research progress science.

    That is a very nicely embossed embalming fluid bottle from the Dodge Chemical Co, still in business today in Mass... About Dodge | Dodge - Helping you make all the difference (dodgeco.com)
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    Amour's Top notch brand

    Armour's Top Notch Brand was actually a grape juice. Here's a link to a 1915 ad showing the bottle with it's label: N.A.R.D. Notes - Google Books
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    Any idea on value?

    Here's a link to an old auction where a blue one sold for $240.00 in 2013. There's alots of search results for the cobalt blue but I couldn't find any aqua green examples like yours. Maybe it's a harder one to find? Either way, it's a great bottle...
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    Got three of those Hutches, 2 have the stoppers still

    Nice bottles! They're listed as Hutch # IN0105 in the Hutch Book, with a "Scarce" rating: Hutchinson Project-Search Results (hutchbook.com) Here's the only history I could find: Bottle Pickers
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    I hit the jackpot ... or bottle that is!

    I'd keep them and try to sell them, and whatever doesn't see quickly, right into the recycle bin. Always better to recycle them then leave them in the woods.
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    Mug-based Hutch Found!

    Nice bottle! And it may be a rare one. It's listed as PS1758 in the hutch book, but with very little info - not even a rarity rating...
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    History of Lincoln INN?

    There's not much info out there, but here is what I was able to find, looks like the company that made Lincoln Inn Old Rye later bacame Seagrams: https://pre-pro.com/midacore/view_vendor.php?vid=YUL11774 The main site I used for that search is a tremendous resource...
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    Great idea for a thread! My bottle hunting journey began maybe 15 years ago. My buddy and I were out metal detecting along an old stone wall in the woods on his property in Eastern Connecticut and we stumbled on an old dump site. The first bottle we pulled out was a W.P. White, Danielson, CT...
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    J. T Beukers, Schiedam found on a dive Alor Indonesia

    Cool bottle! I've had pretty good luck cleaning marine growth off bottles by soaking them in CLR. I agree that it looked really cool as found though too, but I would have had to clean it because it would have driven me nuts to see what it was!
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    This hutch is listed as number NY0246 and is considered scarce...
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    Anyone know how old this bottle is?

    Most likely a whiskey or other liquor. That's called a strap sided flask, and it's a nice one too. Some were embossed, but most were pretty plain and had paper labels, like yours. The lip on you're is sort of strange, unlike the ones pictured below. I don't think I've ever seen a strap sided...

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