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  1. Thread: Sick glass

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    I like them to show their age and history. ...

    I like them to show their age and history. Unless they are an inherently beautiful bottle (which most honestly are not) I don't really feel like tumbling them is worthwhile.
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    These machine-made Sawyers come in a bunch of...

    These machine-made Sawyers come in a bunch of different colors, this being on of them. Usually they are aqua but I've seen them in sapphire blue, amber, olive, cobalt blue, clear, citron, etc.
  3. Thread: Dose Glasses

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    The closest I have come was a blank one (has the...

    The closest I have come was a blank one (has the measurements embossed but no druggist name). I think they are just something that didn't really get thrown away in an outhouse...I have a collection...
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    Good luck! Some of my best digs have been...

    Good luck! Some of my best digs have been cisterns, but 3/4 of the ones I have dug have been empty. The ones I have had good luck with have all been full of 1900-1920 stuff...guess that is when...
  5. Thread: Local Hutch's

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    The Prince Bay one is NY1057 on...

    The Prince Bay one is NY1057 on www.hutchboook.com. Beautiful bottle!
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    That's cool! A bit scary to have around the...

    That's cool! A bit scary to have around the house though with contents!
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    I doubt it. That likely dates a bit...

    I doubt it. That likely dates a bit earlier...late 1880's-early 1890's I'd guess. Maybe a mold number.
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    Is the bottle special to you in some way? ...

    Is the bottle special to you in some way? Otherwise honestly it is a lot of work for a bottle that is worth less than $10 and dates to the 1880's.
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    I've always considered "Hock Wines" to be the...

    I've always considered "Hock Wines" to be the thin tall nearly shoulderless wine bottles with a small or non-existent kickup.
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    That's a nice early one! I've had one in the...

    That's a nice early one! I've had one in the past that just missed being pontiled...but can't say I've ever seen one that was actually pontiled. Nice find!
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    Houston Texas Bottle Show

    Houston show starts today (10/25)...great show. I'll be set up with all sorts of dug goodies from the past year of digging! Hope to see some forum members there!
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    Welcome back!

    Welcome back!
  13. Harry, Read through 19. Crown on the following...

    Harry,

    Read through 19. Crown on the following site:

    https://sha.org/bottle/finishstyles2.htm

    I have dug a number of them with British glasshouse marks on the base as well as British beer...
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    The Pen-Mar bottle is probably machine-made but...

    The Pen-Mar bottle is probably machine-made but would need a photo of the whole bottle and a photo of the base to determine. Looks just Pre-Prohibition to me. Very little worth due to the condition...
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    There are some of these (I believe mostly Western...

    There are some of these (I believe mostly Western saloon flasks) where the lettering is cast on with epoxy or something similar. Those have fooled some experts. This one wouldn't fool a collector...
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    Fake for sure. Someone applied those letters...

    Fake for sure. Someone applied those letters with epoxy to an old slick bottle.
  17. These date to 1905-1920 or so and are typically...

    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.
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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...
  20. 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...
  21. 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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