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    Awesome! Always been one of my favorite jars!

    Awesome! Always been one of my favorite jars!
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    What sort of information are you looking for? ...

    What sort of information are you looking for? They are listed as scarce on www.hutchbook.com, but I know I have seen a couple over the years, so probably not real scarce. One sold on eBay for $76...
  3. That's super cool! I've only dug one of the Arto...

    That's super cool! I've only dug one of the Arto bottles (the "round bottom")...dug it in Galveston. Never seen one for sale but have seen one of the squats for sale some time ago. The hutch soda...
  4. Nice find! I would say very much at the late end...

    Nice find! I would say very much at the late end of that timeframe since it is machine-made. My guess would be 1912-1918 or so.
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    Nice stuff! Love the Warner's!

    Nice stuff! Love the Warner's!
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    Very nice. Looks 1880's to me! Love digging...

    Very nice. Looks 1880's to me! Love digging pottery!
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    Nope. You can see some discussion...

    Nope. You can see some discussion here:https://www.antique-bottles.net/showthread.php?688317-Favorite-Texas-Soda-Bottles&p=704330#post704330
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    Cool bottles. Carl Schultz provided the most...

    Cool bottles. Carl Schultz provided the most unique Galveston soda bottle there is...I've always wondered why he didn't use them himself!
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    It's actually still used as a medicine for...

    It's actually still used as a medicine for treating low heart rate and for eye problems among other things.
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    Leon, I also have some shoulder script...

    Leon,

    I also have some shoulder script examples from Galveston that are tooled lip, so they definitely fall on each side of that transition.
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    It looks ABM to me but would need a close-up of...

    It looks ABM to me but would need a close-up of the seam at the lip. I think I see a seam going around the neck just below the lip?
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    I know the local Codd from Galveston, Texas dates...

    I know the local Codd from Galveston, Texas dates to around 1910-1920, so fairly late.
  13. Thread: Red Star Line

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    That's super awesome! Love the old ship...

    That's super awesome! Love the old ship china...have a pretty big collection of it myself but have never dug any!
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    Cork Top KV-1 Poison with 1953 Label

    Picked this up yesterday...a KV-1 poison bottle with a label that dates to sometime after 1953. I had no idea that the cork-top versions of these were used so late! Nonetheless, this hobby will...
  15. Thread: Galveston Dig

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    Went out Saturday for some digging. Just really...

    Went out Saturday for some digging. Just really wish fall would arrive...was still in the low 90's there in Galveston. Dug a nice pint and quart Galveston milk bottle, a hutch soda, a nice crown...
  16. 1920's. I usually see them labeled for ammonia...

    1920's. I usually see them labeled for ammonia or similar.
  17. Thread: Galveston Dig

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    Apparently the Chinese "bottle" (page 4 of my...

    Apparently the Chinese "bottle" (page 4 of my post) is actually an opium pipe bowl. You never know what you might dig up!
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    Hotel Platter Crest

    Picked up a small platter recently in a large lot of other hotel china. Most of the hotel china was from Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire, with the majority from the Alpine House, Fabyan...
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    Tooled lip bottle for extract or medicine,...

    Tooled lip bottle for extract or medicine, probably 1890-1910. Definitely the right age for some good stuff!
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    I'll go even further. 100% sure it's a...

    I'll go even further. 100% sure it's a reproduction.
  21. Thread: Galveston Dig

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    Not really...this company sold a few different...

    Not really...this company sold a few different medicines. Could be some sort of eye medicine is my suspicion as I have seen newer (labeled) tiny screw top eye medicine bottles from them. Never seen...
  22. Thread: Galveston Dig

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    Made it out again Sunday and dug a lot of holes...

    Made it out again Sunday and dug a lot of holes in the blazing sunshine and heat. Unfortunately a lot of them were oyster pits or super old pits with broken stuff in them. Nonetheless, brought home...
  23. Love the script jugs! I collect New Hampshire...

    Love the script jugs! I collect New Hampshire jugs but there were only 3 or so merchants in New Hampshire that used them.
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    Those are cool! There are several different...

    Those are cool! There are several different versions as this medicine was sold for a long time...I've dug probably 6-8 different versions over the years including some super early ones.
  25. Thread: Bottles

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    They look to be 1970's era.

    They look to be 1970's era.
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