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    Very nice find. I was thinking mid-1800s too. ...

    Very nice find. I was thinking mid-1800s too. Tod's site places it a tad later. Still an oldie and a goodie.

    http://www.sodasandbeers.com/SABShowBottle.aspx?Bottle=55034AE&Firm_Number=55034
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    Yessir, my son and I will be there, God willing. ...

    Yessir, my son and I will be there, God willing. Like you, i had not been since the '80s, but went last year and picked up a Columbus, Ga. pontil that I'd been after for a long time, so it goes to...
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    Good to see you're up and at 'em, Buster! ...

    Good to see you're up and at 'em, Buster! Planning on going to the Rome show next month?
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    Way cool.

    Way cool.
  5. Nice, deep kick-up on the base for a bottle like...

    Nice, deep kick-up on the base for a bottle like that.
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    Last name Logue, I think. Yeah, I wish there was...

    Last name Logue, I think. Yeah, I wish there was a better way to keep up with our past members. A lot of times, unless a family member posts that someone has passed, we never know about it. That's...
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    There used to be some good stuff posted on the...

    There used to be some good stuff posted on the blue pages, for sure. No telling what I've missed, but I will not use Facebook.
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    Killer examples!

    Killer examples!
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    More than likely.

    More than likely.
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    I might have one laying around somewhere. Have...

    I might have one laying around somewhere. Have plenty of them missing the cork sleeve which is prone to rot away. Here's a link showing a few under "Glass and cork":
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    Looks 1890-1910 to me. The ridge inside the top...

    Looks 1890-1910 to me. The ridge inside the top acted as a stop of sorts to accept a cork-encased glass stopper.
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    Crazy bargains!

    Crazy bargains!
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    Not bad at all. Beats the heck outta what I...

    Not bad at all. Beats the heck outta what I found!
  14. Can't tell much about the size, but if it's a...

    Can't tell much about the size, but if it's a little one, quinine is a possibility, but I lean towards what Hopper said.
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    Although the top looks tooled, both the shape and...

    Although the top looks tooled, both the shape and color say modern to me. Don't know what to make of the wire, but if it has been on there for a long time, whether it's copper or iron, I would...
  16. Not entirely sure because you may have found this...

    Not entirely sure because you may have found this in an 1850s privy, but it doesn't look very old to me, but your comment does bring to mind something that we are all guilty of in the use of the word...
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    Nice. That Indian Sanative rocks.

    Nice. That Indian Sanative rocks.
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    Hell, yeah. That is killer, you dog. Got to be...

    Hell, yeah. That is killer, you dog. Got to be a good one! Is it two-sided with a flange for wall attachment? On the right side, it looks like it rolls over the edge of what you have it laying on.
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    Yeah, buddy!

    Yeah, buddy!
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    Ain't that the truth. Been at it 44 years and...

    Ain't that the truth. Been at it 44 years and found only one intact hutch. At least it was a good local one!
  21. Here's one article on Dr. Harter. Very nice gift...

    Here's one article on Dr. Harter. Very nice gift from your grandmother.

    https://www.peachridgeglass.com/2014/02/a-train-load-of-health-dr-harters-family-medicines/

    Not sure which variant yours...
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    I wouldn't blame you. Cool place name.

    I wouldn't blame you. Cool place name.
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    It might be worth a bit more, but primarily to...

    It might be worth a bit more, but primarily to collectors from that area and possibly of even more interest to a Maryland collector of that state's Cokes who is trying to obtain an example from each...
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    Welcome to the hobby and to the forum. Tell us...

    Welcome to the hobby and to the forum. Tell us how you came about the great cooler bottle. We love to hear the story behind the finds.
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    Like Tigrdog said, I've found trash piles by...

    Like Tigrdog said, I've found trash piles by spotting a bottle sticking out of the bank, and although it was a nice little spot, it wasn't the only source of bottles. If you find them in the creek,...
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