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  1. I agree. More than likely the company's first...

    I agree. More than likely the company's first mold.
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    Just my feelings here, but I'd clean the outside...

    Just my feelings here, but I'd clean the outside and leave the contents alone. They add a neat splash of color, too!
  3. Thatsa nice! Same mold and color as my first...

    Thatsa nice! Same mold and color as my first one, too! Mine was from Macon, Ga. I bought mine as a teenager 45 years ago at the old Bonaire flea market for $7.50 from the late Jesse Frost, who...
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    Nice scores!

    Nice scores!
  5. Saw it this morning. Nice bottle. It seems to...

    Saw it this morning. Nice bottle. It seems to be off to a good start. Hope it does well.
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    That's when I got mine, too. Did any of the...

    That's when I got mine, too. Did any of the examples have labels by any chance?
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    For some reason, it reminds me of the tumblers...

    For some reason, it reminds me of the tumblers seen in some hotels/motels.
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    I used to have one years ago. Great bottle. ...

    I used to have one years ago. Great bottle. I've gone to the Keene show once, about 20 years or so ago and would love to go back. Great show in beautiful country.
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    That's a killer, in a couple of ways!

    That's a killer, in a couple of ways!
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    Is the other end open? Could use a couple more...

    Is the other end open? Could use a couple more pictures from other angles but looks like a drinking tumbler from what I'm seeing?
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    Great stuff, guys!

    Great stuff, guys!
  12. Thread: Red Star Line

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    That is so cool. Love it.

    That is so cool. Love it.
  13. Thread: Miane Hoard !

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    Nice pickle and flask! Can we see a picture of...

    Nice pickle and flask! Can we see a picture of the bottom of the pickle? I doubt seriously that there's a ground pontil mark on a pickle jar, but you never know. Hexagonal pickles are rarely...
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    As nhpharm said, tooled lip, not applied, but...

    As nhpharm said, tooled lip, not applied, but hand blown nonetheless. Looking forward to seeing what else you come up with.
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    I got 99, 100, do I hear a 101? :)

    I got 99, 100, do I hear a 101? :)
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    It's machine made, but how early, I dunno. Got a...

    It's machine made, but how early, I dunno. Got a picture of the bottom? If it was in Macy's, I doubt it's very old.
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    Nice grouping! Can't tell much about them...

    Nice grouping! Can't tell much about them individually, but still a good looking collection.
  18. Thread: Galveston Dig

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    Sweet!

    Sweet!
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    Tiny poison. Must've been some potent stuff!

    Tiny poison. Must've been some potent stuff!
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    Beautiful hobnail piece of glass, regardless.

    Beautiful hobnail piece of glass, regardless.
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    Beautiful bottle and what a great color. Can't...

    Beautiful bottle and what a great color. Can't say for sure whether or not it's pontiled from that picture. Not really seeing any sign of a sand pontil, but sometimes you have to have the bottle in...
  22. Great story. Proud for you, Jim.

    Great story. Proud for you, Jim.
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    Nice find! Gotta love the embossing.

    Nice find! Gotta love the embossing.
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    There are pontiled Pittsburgh double eagle flasks...

    There are pontiled Pittsburgh double eagle flasks dating to the 1850s, so a smooth base example could easily date to the early 1860s.
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    The reason I asked is that it was pretty common...

    The reason I asked is that it was pretty common to use 'em down here. I even used to find jugs with corncob stoppers around my granny's place when I was a young'un. I guess if they could be used to...
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