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  1. RE: Cleveland flask embossed twice w/ poison

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  2. RE: Cleveland flask embossed twice w/ poison

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  3. RE: Cleveland flask embossed twice w/ poison

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  4. Cleveland flask embossed twice w/ poison

    Moved some dirt yesterday in my favorite dump ( been digging there for almost 30 years). Not a lot to show except this one pint flask. I haven't seen it before but it's probably common? Just thought...
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    RE: Bottle auction catalogs

    If you don't have a deal yet, I am interested. I have scads of smalls for trade, like the ones you got from me before.
    Bill
  6. RE: Nice wicker covered flask at auction...

    Nice. Post the auction link up here when it goes on.
    Bill
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    RE: THE ASHHOLE

    Hey Rick,
    I think Mike was referring to Leon's pics?

    Bill
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    RE: THE ASHHOLE

    Leon,
    I probed that. It's a well, or more likely, a cistern, along the river in B-Way, right?
    My six footer hit a cement bottom on it. I believe it was already dug and that is why you see those...
  9. RE: Meth head's guide to pissing off Archies!

    He had no qualms about saying that the "property owner" was standing on the OUTSIDE of his own property (shoved off of his own property with a court order, so the Archies could dig) with a firearm.
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  10. RE: Unexpected Cross with skull & cross bones?

    Hey Matt,
    Where did the reference to Joshua Ben Joseph come from?
    Bill
  11. RE: An interesting thing happened while diving

    Hey Bob,

    I'm glad the "explosion" and release of that metal bail didn't damage your BC. :)

    I'll remember this in case I find a full one. Crack it open, BEFORE you surface.

    Bill
  12. Thread: Any ideas?

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    RE: Any ideas?

    Hi,
    If you are on Facebook, join Michigan Antique Bottles page.
    I am friends with a lot of folks in the West Michigan Bottle club, so PM me and I will give you names/numbers of diggers over your...
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    RE: SLATE CLEANER

    Hi Red,

    Reading the patent information further, it would appear that there was a cork (with a small hole in it, to allow water to pass) in the mouth. A sponge would be wired to the cork and...
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    RE: SLATE CLEANER

    Wow! Exceptionally neat! I have never seen it before. It's from Connecticut.
    That ribbed end actually served an important function.

    Here is the patent.

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    FLASK stolen at Schupp's Grove

    You need to be on Facebook to see/read this, I believe.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=362626937198056&set=gm.10151496545686816&type=1&theater
  16. RE: Cincinnati/St Joe embossed/pictured hock wine

    Hey guys,
    Thanks for the replies and info.

    The company matches, yes. This is NOT a Rye bottle, though, it is a 12" tall hock wine. So, they obviously put out wine, as well as rye whiskey.
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  17. Cincinnati/St Joe embossed/pictured hock wine

    Don't have a photo (info came in on the phone).

    Tall amber Hock wine. Embossed with a picture of a Top.
    RED TOP WESTHEIMER & SONS CINCINNATI OHIO & ST JOSEPH MO

    Any idea on...
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    RE: Digging at the "Rain Forest" dump.

    Great pics. I think I would have brought some shorts and a plastic bag, then gone in that creek with my clothes on, washed off everything and changed in to the shorts. :)

    Bill
  19. RE: another gold ring and a terrific blob from Port Huron

    Rick,
    There are several reasons that I date the bottle to the late 60's-early 70's.

    Henry Putnam patented that closure in 1859. It was primarily in use between the 60's and 80's.

    Michael...
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    RE: PHOTOS from the Smyrna, GA show

    That green Knoxville druggist is nice.

    Do they REALLY get $30.00 for a Rochester Duffy's down south? I can't sell them for 5.00 here.

    Thanks for the show pics.
    Bill
  21. RE: another gold ring and a terrific blob from Port Huron

    gold. Tom believes this was a Masonic ring, missing the stone.

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  22. RE: another gold ring and a terrific blob from Port Huron

    got it home

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  23. another gold ring and a terrific blob from Port Huron

    Tom (Treasurehunt) and I were digging a hillside dump in a small town near Port Huron. The top 2-3 feet was teens to 30's stuff. Hit a powdery layer of fluff and TOC and older started popping. It...
  24. RE: first (and hopefully last time) privy experience

    Hey Greg,
    I did find that out about the urine being sterile. I was going to drag it out with Nic as long as I could. :)

    The bottles all had prescription flared lips on them with small...
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    RE: Shoomaker's flask

    Wow. I LIKE that flask. Two blocks from the White House.
    That's a keeper, in my book.
    Bill
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