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    RE: Yes, an aqua GALLON Harrisons Columbian Ink!

    congrats big ones of any kind rarely make it in the elements
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    RE: last sunday

    ales or rums
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    RE: last sunday

    we also compared it to another 1850s pitcher from Baltimore and a Starbucks and a piece of pizza.

    https://www.antique-bottles.net/upfiles/7192/9914DF5DB8A9495FAF8869B28EB6741C.jpg
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    RE: last sunday

    We decided to compare it to another early piece I had. Another artifact we recovered, the blue tea cup is an unusual desighn

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    RE: last sunday

    got more stuff together after sorting trough more shards I found an important piece to an early pitcher a friend got in the picks.

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    RE: last sunday

    zxx

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    RE: last sunday

    xxx

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    RE: last sunday

    there was a limited amount of space in the inner cities, so more often than not property lines havent changed from the time the original plots were drawn. Because of this they refitted the original...
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    RE: last sunday

    growing pile

    https://www.antique-bottles.net/upfiles/7192/10E4590DB442473B99ADC90DE655593B.jpg
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    RE: last sunday

    shard!!!

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    last sunday

    we had a nice dig, the hole dated late 17's to 1810ish. 2 early saltglazed vessels were the best finds along with a very early green London mustard. Lot's of broken staffordshire unfortunately very...
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    RE: what is everyones best dug bottle ?

    Not a bottle but a very historically significant piece of pottery! It also had a hole in it that we repaired.

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    RE: Warning for Gen Co MI --HORNETS!

    The Euros are are most active at dusk, had them nest under the floor of my living room and over the basement cieling. They love lilacs and will severly affect their growth, they also are attracted to...
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    RE: Holy grail for Omaha bottles

    wow
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    RE: some bottles in my collection

    You really have found some nice ones thanks for sharing ! Especially like the Hostetters.
  16. Thread: Puce Utility

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    RE: Puce Utility

    Is it the one that was on ebay that came from the "Big Dig"?.... I was interested in because they found large size puce Shriver's Oyster Ketchups there which are from Baltimore. Chances are it is...
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    RE: Pontiled 18th or 19th century bottle ?

    http://antiquemedicines.com/blog/


    there's a better pic in Matt's blog don't have time to edit now.
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    RE: Pontiled 18th or 19th century bottle ?

    another with more perspective
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    RE: Pontiled 18th or 19th century bottle ?

    Here I am holding it up to an original pane at John Frederick's house.

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    RE: Pontiled 18th or 19th century bottle ?

    post a picture in natural light, probably made from same glass as cheaper uncleared window glass. Looks like Gunther Hess's window.

    The pontil looks very similar to my Amelung Flask.


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    RE: New Medicine Book

    great job! how many listings?
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    RE: Rare Missouri Meds

    Thanks for sharing these. How rare is the Edmons? is there a chance it's spelled incorrectly?
  23. Thread: Huge Find 5/29

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    RE: Huge Find 5/29

    Finders Keepers
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    RE: Digging pics

    Thanks for posting those Greg! You take great pictures......
  25. Thread: Balto. bottles

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    RE: Balto. bottles

    I've noticed Baltimore prices have gone down since you quit collecting. Is there a reserve on these bottles other than the price indicated for opening bid?
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