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  1. 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.
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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.
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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!
  8. 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.
  9. Can you post a photo? Sounds very cool!

    Can you post a photo? Sounds very cool!
  10. Good luck on the Bang. No one seems to know...

    Good luck on the Bang. No one seems to know where they are from. All the examples I am aware of were found in north central New Hampshire. In good shape they are rare and worth some money. I have...
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    Cisterns can be hit or miss. I've dug a number...

    Cisterns can be hit or miss. I've dug a number of them and you can usually get a good idea by probing them. Any idea how big it is? On the big ones, any trash that is in them tends to be on one...
  12. I wonder if they might be bluing bottles? They...

    I wonder if they might be bluing bottles? They have the same closure type as the 2 oz “Little Boy Blue” bluing bottles.
  13. I've dug those before in 1930's era dumps. They...

    I've dug those before in 1930's era dumps. They are not Bromo Seltzers but probably held something similar.
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    The unfortunate thing is that with Facebook and...

    The unfortunate thing is that with Facebook and similar formats, the data accumulated is gone after a few weeks, whereas the topics on this forum are searcheable and even come up on Google searches. ...
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    1905-Prohibition.

    1905-Prohibition.
  16. I usually see the PH.G. on newer pharmacy bottles...

    I usually see the PH.G. on newer pharmacy bottles (usually 1910-1920 or so).
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    The larger ones are actually a bit more common...

    The larger ones are actually a bit more common than the small ones in my experience. The large ones with no label run about $20 at the shows as far as I have seen.
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    Nope...but didn't miss the pontil by much.

    Nope...but didn't miss the pontil by much.
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    Dug another of these in Galveston this past...

    Dug another of these in Galveston this past Sunday. This makes two intact and two broken so far on 4 different lots spread over 15 blocks. There has got to be a story about how these got to...
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    I have a bunch of them that I do exactly that...

    I have a bunch of them that I do exactly that with. I see no reason not to. You might want to use a shoulder seal gasket if you are in a humid area.
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    The flaky iridescence will flake off with a bit...

    The flaky iridescence will flake off with a bit of a scrub. A little acid on the inside will clean up the inside mineral deposits. The bottle will retain heavy interior and exterior haze unless...
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    Here is some photos of my finds from Sunday.

    Here is some photos of my finds from Sunday.
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    1930's-1940's seltzer bottle. ACL ones usually...

    1930's-1940's seltzer bottle. ACL ones usually have pretty minimal value-$10-20. The earlier etched ones sometimes do have more significant value.
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    Got out Sunday again with my son and dug a pair...

    Got out Sunday again with my son and dug a pair of privies. The first was a big 1860's/1870's privy that had been heavily dipped (always bad news). Found a couple of bottles under a center...
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    I would say 1930's.

    I would say 1930's.
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