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    Threaded "Kelloggs" Whiskey Pint More Info

    Sweet bottle! W.L. Co was Wilmerding, Lowe Co of San Francisco, 1896 - 1918, you may have seen this link, but good info here: http://www.pre-pro.com/midacore/view_vendor.php?vid=SFO10925
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    Brooklyn Blobtop Beer Bottle (H. THIMIC)

    Nice bottle. Definitely a beer, I'd say 1880-1900 or so. The last name is actually Thimig, not Thimic. Here's a link to an 1883 ad for the company. It's a small ad on the left side of the page, lists him at that address...
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    Intracoastal bottle find

    Here's is an ad to some info from 1890 on the L.M. Green bottle: https://books.google.com/books?id=HbRGAQAAMAAJ&pg=PT1&dq=LM+Green+Woodbury+NJ&hl=en&newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjS8fOslPDmAhXGzlkKHVEFDS0Q6AEwAnoECAYQAg#v=onepage&q=LM%20Green%20Woodbury%20NJ&f=false
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    Cozadd & Ray Hutchinson from Sharon Pa.

    It's listed with two different clear variants in the hutch book...
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    Two New Digging Videos

    Great videos as always! I love watching your videos Taylor, wish I could find 'em like you do!
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    Any one know anything about this brand of old medicine bottle

    Here is a listing for Cos-Tal Laboratories from a 1938 Gazette of the United States Patent Office...
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    help needed on quart whiskey?

    Nice whiskey bottle! Theron J. Paine was listed as a grocer at 172 Duane St in this 1876 New York City directory...
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    Very rare version of a common bottle!!

    Beautiful bottle! Here's a little history on the State Medical Association of Texas. Looks like that specific name dates from 1901 to 1951: https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/sat05
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    I found this bottle back in the 90's in the shoved in the beams under a barn

    Sweet bottle! Here's a link to a 1915 ad from K. Heinrichs, seems like they made lots of different types of soda...
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    Papillon Mfg. Co.

    It was definitely a patent medicine, they had several different medicines for different things, according to this 1887 ad...
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    Pair of NY Tenpins

    Here's an interesting ad from 1897 that lists a Fred Rayner, successor to the New York Bottling Co as a distributor of Sparkling Kolafra, a beverage made from the African sterculia nut. It lists him at 620 W. 55th St...
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    Strap Sided Flask

    Thank you all. Yes, it's definitely a fantasy label, but it's odd that there's no info available anywhere except that website. Seems like it's all based on something called World's End, which is supposedly a book, but I can't find anything on it anywhere. Strange indeed. The flask is sweet...
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    Strap Sided Flask

    Thanks Sandchip, that's about what I was thinking but I'm not a flask expert. It is a nice one...I think the labels coming off lol.
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    Challenge Milk bottle

    I'm up for a challenge, but could you tell us what the bottle says? It's impossible to read from the picture. Thanks.
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    Strap Sided Flask

    Hello, I'm hoping for a little help from someone a bit more knowledgeable than I am on flasks. I picked up an aqua, quart sized strap sided flask at a thrift store today. Now, the label is certainly a repro, perhaps someone's arts and crafts project or something, but can anyone give me a...

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