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  1. 190809190810190811 Is that better? Yeah...

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    Yeah telling the difference between Japanese/Chinese crown tops and European crown tops is difficult, but I think it's only the ABM or later BIM ones which...
  2. They're definitely there in the article, though I...

    They're definitely there in the article, though I admit not immediately obvious.
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    I'm not at home right now so can't get a photo of mine, plus I don't keep many unembossed bottles...
  3. I don't know what years you would define as the...

    I don't know what years you would define as the early 20th century but they were absolutely being commonly used by European and Asian bottlers, at least for export products, by the 1920s or so. I...
  4. That's an odd one alright. I expect that it...

    That's an odd one alright. I expect that it isn't American. Not sure where it would be from though, never seen anything like that from any other country either.
  5. Yeah these things are everywhere in BC...

    Yeah these things are everywhere in BC unfortunately, to the point that it's almost hard to give them away. 3 out of every 4 bottles in your average dump will be one of these slick green ones.
  6. It's certainly not a particularly late example. ...

    It's certainly not a particularly late example. I can't tell much about specifics but I'd be pretty surprised if it's post-1940s. Could definitely be from the late 20s, I don't know any specifics...
  7. It's definitely not a flower frog, though I can...

    It's definitely not a flower frog, though I can see why it looks like one. Those bumps are convex, not concave. There's no way for a flower to be attached to this piece. I think it's a whiskey...
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    Nice finds! That Eves is a beauty, I don't often...

    Nice finds! That Eves is a beauty, I don't often see Canadian glass that old up this way. It's strange how rarely Warner's show up in Canada, people in the States refer to them as common bottles...
  9. Yeah I find some Ontario stuff here, I got a...

    Yeah I find some Ontario stuff here, I got a fantastic Cummer & Son pictorial split a few years back. Never seen another one since. Montreal in general isn't great for finding bottles though, the...
  10. I'm up in Montreal these days, definitely a bit...

    I'm up in Montreal these days, definitely a bit far from Hamilton. Our bottle show is coming up in a couple weeks and I'll try to make it to that one. And yes please post pictures of what you've...
  11. It's a shame I'm not closer, I'd go if I could.

    It's a shame I'm not closer, I'd go if I could.
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    My guess would be olive oil (feels like I've been...

    My guess would be olive oil (feels like I've been saying that a lot lately). Never seen anything quite like yours but the lip is very reminiscent of olive oil bottles to me. Can't find any pictures...
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    I was correct, here's a picture of one with a...

    I was correct, here's a picture of one with a label:
    https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/Ox0AAOSwQ8xdXJuR/s-l500.jpg
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    I've seen the retro-style Fanta up here too, not...

    I've seen the retro-style Fanta up here too, not sure I've ever seen Barq's in glass. There are all sorts of import-only brands we can get in glass up here too, I've tried some but so far haven't...
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    I've seen these around before. Not 100% sure...

    I've seen these around before. Not 100% sure what they contained but I think it might have been olive oil.
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    Wow, that's a beauty! Local drug store poisons...

    Wow, that's a beauty! Local drug store poisons are definitely not at all easy to find. I would've bought that in a heartbeat!
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    I've seen those here as well, sometimes from...

    I've seen those here as well, sometimes from Mexico and sometimes from India. I've also seen Coke with cane sugar in glass bottles produced for the domestic market, including some with different...
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    Never knew that there were two versions of that...

    Never knew that there were two versions of that bottle! Though I suppose the differences are subtle enough that I'd never have noticed if I wasn't holding both in my hands. That one in the far left...
  19. Keep in mind that's an unsold one, and a search...

    Keep in mind that's an unsold one, and a search of completed listings show that it also didn't sell for $175.00. So $75 is probably closer to the actual value. As for the date codes I can't offer...
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    Yeah that cobalt Hutch is a beauty, and the...

    Yeah that cobalt Hutch is a beauty, and the rarity makes it even better! I like those paper label Pepsis too, the two on the left look really early. Do you know what the dates on them are?
  21. I think it's ABM but I'd need a closeup of the...

    I think it's ABM but I'd need a closeup of the lip to be sure. The thing about dating bottles by how far up the neck the seam goes isn't true, I think it might be something that Kovels made up. The...
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    Oh yeah I've got one of those crown top non-Codds...

    Oh yeah I've got one of those crown top non-Codds as well, from Gassosa. I think that's a Toronto one as well though not 100% sure. Maybe someone who was compiling that report got confused between...
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    It's a sample whiskey bottle, I believe.

    It's a sample whiskey bottle, I believe.
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    Looks like an old beer or mineral water bottle,...

    Looks like an old beer or mineral water bottle, probably from around 1880-1900.
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    Yeah I can definitely see there being Codds from...

    Yeah I can definitely see there being Codds from the 1910s, I know they were still widely in use in the UK at that point. The 1930s are just so late that I have a hard time imagining them being in...
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