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    Welcome to the forum! I think it is a perfume,...

    Welcome to the forum! I think it is a perfume, never seen one quite like that before. Probably not super old but looks like it does have some age to it. If you post a picture of the bottom we...
  2. Some really nice ones there! That Mitchell...

    Some really nice ones there! That Mitchell bottle looks like it could be pretty old. I love labeled pharmacy bottles, I always pick them up when I can.
  3. Oh I've got a bottle from Adanac, never heard of...

    Oh I've got a bottle from Adanac, never heard of Carlton Club. Yeah that's a good one for sure, not often you find flat tops for small brands like that.
    Does your Carlton Club have metric units on...
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    Pretty good for a buck each! No idea of value,...

    Pretty good for a buck each! No idea of value, though I'm sure it's higher than one dollar.
  5. Not a terrible price for an unusual deco bottle. ...

    Not a terrible price for an unusual deco bottle. But yeah generally if you think a bottle costs too much, just pass on it. You'll usually find a cheaper right after you pay the full price - that's...
  6. Yeah when I posted that for some reason your...

    Yeah when I posted that for some reason your second picture wasn't showing up for me. You're right, definitely not that old. Although there were a few brands of soda that continued using flat tops...
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    Yeah I think Wayne may have had a post about...

    Yeah I think Wayne may have had a post about looking for one on his old site, but never got any results from it. I've still never seen any stoneware from anywhere on the Island other than Victoria. ...
  8. That's amazing that you found a specific Canadian...

    That's amazing that you found a specific Canadian bottle you were looking for all the way down in Maryland! I have a hard enough time finding specific Canadian bottles I'm looking for in the cities...
  9. Wow, Country Time Lemonade brings back memories...

    Wow, Country Time Lemonade brings back memories from a long time ago. Can't for the life of me remember if it was actually any good or not. Are any of the cans flat-tops? Looks like mostly...
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    Unfortunately that sort of information generally...

    Unfortunately that sort of information generally just isn't knowable unless it has a specific logo and date code system on the bottom which small bottles like these almost never have. If you want to...
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    Yes, there is a Rumming's version of the bottle...

    Yes, there is a Rumming's version of the bottle on the left, I've got one. I'll post a picture when I get a chance. I have one like the first you posted as well although unfortunately the label is...
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    You know I don't think I've ever seen either of...

    You know I don't think I've ever seen either of these bottles before. Had no idea there was an embossed Felix. I suspect that both are pretty rare.
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    Oh I had no idea the Glen Phillips books were so...

    Oh I had no idea the Glen Phillips books were so comprehensive. I'll definitely have to check to see whether my library has any of those one of these days.
  14. 1962 is certainly possible for the Kist, but it...

    1962 is certainly possible for the Kist, but it would depend on the style of Consumer's logo. They used a triangle with pointed corners until 1961 and one with rounded corners after that. In...
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    Is there any particular information you're...

    Is there any particular information you're looking for? The good bottle books are almost always highly specialized and quite expensive. The general price guides (Kovel's, Unitt's, etc.) are nearly...
  16. Oh is it originally Canadian? That's what I...

    Oh is it originally Canadian? That's what I always assumed until I saw this https://www.casemine.com/judgement/us/5914cc1fadd7b04934807f67 I'm guessing this is an unrelated brand then?
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    Oh I didn't know that they were sold with juice...

    Oh I didn't know that they were sold with juice in them, I thought they were sold empty like the modern refrigerator bottles.
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    I suppose it could be, but that style of jar was...

    I suppose it could be, but that style of jar was much more common in the UK than the States. I'm not sure Mellin's Food was even sold in the UK, and if it was I don't think the bottle would be quite...
  19. Yeah that American Dry looks like it should clean...

    Yeah that American Dry looks like it should clean up pretty well if the other side isn't totally eaten away. Never seen that one myself, definitely wasn't a very successful brand up here since the...
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    Very nice! I had no idea New Brunswick had so...

    Very nice! I had no idea New Brunswick had so many internal thread bottles.
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    Surprisingly good condition on that one, usually the Ontario plates I find are totally rusted. Must be a different material.
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    Could be Japanese, no idea why it would end up in...

    Could be Japanese, no idea why it would end up in Nova Scotia though. It's not one I remember seeing on the West Coast and there were a lot of Asian beer bottles there.
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    The first 3 are mid-century food jars. Hard to...

    The first 3 are mid-century food jars. Hard to say what exactly they held, all sorts of products were sold in jars like that. The green one is a refrigerator bottle for storing your juice or water....
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    I've seen a similar jar marked as a jam jar. ...

    I've seen a similar jar marked as a jam jar. Could have been a number of things though. It's British, and probably dates to around the turn of the 20th century.
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    Very nice! I've yet to find a cone top in the...

    Very nice! I've yet to find a cone top in the wild.
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