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    Clear glass polygon 12 sided jar

    Condiment bottle. Probably horse radish.
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    TxBottleDigger Specializes in whiskey bottles Local pharmacies Intellectual in history Amateur...

    TxBottleDigger Specializes in whiskey bottles Local pharmacies Intellectual in history Amateur historian/archeologist Researcher S.A.&A.P. (San Antonio & Arkansas Pass Railroad) buff Mainly interested in years 1890-1919.
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    Strange find for nl....

    Great looking bottle ! Could probably be repaired by someone who knows how to do it.
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    McCormick pickling styled spice jar ???

    I was really confused about it because McCormick, being such a well known company, you would think it would be on the internet. At least I started a reference page for it.
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    McCormick pickling styled spice jar ???

    I got this many weeks ago and I just got around to washing it today. It seems to say “McCormick” and then it says “Baltimore”. I can’t find anything about it on the internet. It is a crude, whittled, machine made bottle. It has a slight aqua tint to it. Is this even known to exist ? Also; how...
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    R. SWINLEY & CO

    That sure is a odder top for a hutch. I actually like this more than the blob top. Fantastic bottle!
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    Small closer on this size bottle

    I like it! Pretty nice for a 1940s bottle. I’d even say it’s somewhat unique.
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    Hi All - Chris here

    Made by the Owens Illinois Glass Company at plant 9 in Streator, Illinois (1930-present) and has a date code of 1952. Most likely a radish bottle. Pretty nice sea glass bottle.
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    Hit by a pickup while walking earlier today so out of the digging action :(

    I’m happy you were not seriously hurt! Hope everything moves hastily so you can get back out there digging.
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    Piece of a railroad dish ?

    I found this one weekend ago at a small creek. It gives me railroad vibes. I mean, I did find it at a SA&AP railroad town. I’m probably wrong but just wondering. Looks like it’s from the 1890s. It appears to have something of a American sweetheart pattern even though this is much older than...
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    I’ve spent much time trying to I.D. This old stoneware beer bottle without any luck . Whatzit?

    I’d say it’s worth AT LEAST $200. Anything like that being that old is worth around that price. I’d even say it’s a museum quality item. So glad I could help you : - ) !
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    I’ve spent much time trying to I.D. This old stoneware beer bottle without any luck . Whatzit?

    Looks to be Chinese/ Japanese. Not extremely old. Cool vase though.
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    I’ve spent much time trying to I.D. This old stoneware beer bottle without any luck . Whatzit?

    From what I could find it’s a Sake bottle from Japan. As I suspected, this is VERY old. I through initially 1700s but it seems it could be from from the 1600s and additionally the 1700s.

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