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    Very cool! Keep 'em coming!

    Very cool! Keep 'em coming!
  2. That is very cool. I saw one many years ago...I...

    That is very cool. I saw one many years ago...I think this is one of the earlier Sawyer's bottles and hard to find. There used to be a guy in Massachusetts that avidly collected Sawyer's bottles.
  3. Thread: A few bottles

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    Cool stuff! NB has several round bottoms, I...

    Cool stuff! NB has several round bottoms, I believe. I've seen them from Moncton, St. Stephen, and Fredericton (as well as St. John).
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    I have one of these that is embossed as a vinegar...

    I have one of these that is embossed as a vinegar sample. I've also seen them labeled for bay rum.
  5. Thread: Codd's

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    US Codd's are tough to find. Dug this one about...

    US Codd's are tough to find. Dug this one about a month ago...Galveston, Texas. I've seen these Galveston ones sell for upwards of $1000.
  6. Thread: Codd's

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    For the most part, the Codd's that are found in...

    For the most part, the Codd's that are found in the US and Canada are super common UNLESS they are for a US or Canadian bottler. If they are Continental or English, probably not worth buying. If...
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    Leon, That is so cool! It is so satisfying to...

    Leon,

    That is so cool! It is so satisfying to dig and add to your collection!
  8. Thread: Mason jar Lids

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    Not unless you have a large quantity. I get...

    Not unless you have a large quantity. I get $0.50 each for those styles at the show.
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    Figure out the old lot lines (using references...

    Figure out the old lot lines (using references from adjoining blocks), use the Sanborn maps for reference, and probe probe probe! Privies and trash pits tend to be along the sides and back of the...
  10. Thread: Case Gin

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    Nice early find. Those run about $100 in...

    Nice early find. Those run about $100 in standard size with a pontil.
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    Love the 32's! They are tough to find!

    Love the 32's! They are tough to find!
  12. I wish I could find the people spending $5-10 on...

    I wish I could find the people spending $5-10 on the Duffy's! Please send them my way. I had them for $1 each at the last bottle show and still came home with most of them.
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    How far east?

    How far east?
  14. I do appreciate you posting a follow up...most...

    I do appreciate you posting a follow up...most people who drop by with some bottles and get bad news don't even bother to thank the people who are giving the information! The Jacksonville shoulder...
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    Machine made snuff bottle. Should have gone back...

    Machine made snuff bottle. Should have gone back in the hole...I brought some home and can't get $1 each for them.
  16. The Bludwine and the Coca Cola bottle are the...

    The Bludwine and the Coca Cola bottle are the only bottles I probably would have brought home if I had found them. The rest are mostly $1 at best and recycling at worse.
  17. I can attest to the embossed examples being tough...

    I can attest to the embossed examples being tough to find. It took me 20 years to get a complete set of the 3 sizes known. I think the middle size is the toughest.
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    Cool bottle. That looks to be the newer tooled...

    Cool bottle. That looks to be the newer tooled lip version, so likely 1890-1900 or so.
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    That particular style seems to date to around...

    That particular style seems to date to around 1910-1920 or so.
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    With the tooled rather than applied lip it is...

    With the tooled rather than applied lip it is likely 1895-1905 or so.
  21. Thread: Galveston Dig

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    There are actually a few. Schott had three...

    There are actually a few. Schott had three different styles that were amber, though this is by far the best looking variation. Leinbach had both amber and teal ones. All of them are super hard to...
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    1920's soda. Maybe 1930's.

    1920's soda. Maybe 1930's.
  23. Thread: Galveston Dig

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    Went out Sunday again. Dug a couple holes and...

    Went out Sunday again. Dug a couple holes and found these two treasures. Civil War USN soap or shaving container and an amber JJ Schott druggist. These colored pharmacy bottles are tough to find!
  24. Not rare by any stretch but people love the great...

    Not rare by any stretch but people love the great graphics and the label on this one is in great shape.
  25. Can you post a photo? Sounds very cool!

    Can you post a photo? Sounds very cool!
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