I wish! Those are awesome.
Thanks for the information.
These date to 1905-1920 or so and are typically British. I would say effectively no value unfortunately...I dig a lot of them in Galveston and leave them in the hole.
It was definitely a patent medicine, they had several different medicines for different things, according to this 1887 ad:
I found this Dark green (almost black glass) soda or ale bottle with an applied crown lip. I understand the are more common in Europe and Asia. On the base there is the letter "B" and "40" with a...
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I just checked my Root Cokes. I have 5 1EN molds all dated from 1925 to 1928. Case closed!
Found this guy at a bottle dump yesterday... all I can determine is that Papillon Mfg. Co. became insolvent in 1888 from some Illinois Circuit Court documents.
Does anyone know any any more about...