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  1. Re: Hunter & Fisherman rariety question?

    [attachment=GXIII-4 Comparison.jpg]The amber example is slightly wider by a quarter inch, and taller overall then the aqua example.
  2. Re: Hunter & Fisherman rariety question?

    See how they differ Steve.[attachment=2 bases amber thic... because of it.jpg]
  3. Re: Hunter & Fisherman rariety question?

    [attachment=Amber 4.jpg]Here is an amber 4 Steve kind of rare and the bottom on the amber ones is oblong verses rounder on the aqua. Actually it is a variant of the 4 in my opinion.
  4. Re: Hunter & Fisherman rariety question?

    [attachment=For Steve.jpg]Ratings are still good Steve, NIce flasks the calabash flasks are underrated. Left to right a GXIII-4 Hunter shooting left on a 45 degree,GXIII-5 Hunter shooting right on a...
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    Re: Help with Eagle flask identification

    [attachment=GII-130.jpg]Jim Sandchip is correct Jim Sinsley, it is a GII-130,the three arrows in the talons extending past the left wing are unique to just this flask in this group of like kinds from...
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    Re: Surfaceone has passed away

    I am stunned,quite sad....... a Great man who cared deeply about the direction our country was turning towards.He and I would send private messages back and forth all of the time. He more then anyone...
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    Re: Ratzilla went to Sweden?

    I here you ,the only way people will return to the site actively is by posting as much as we can. This is a great humorous post I hope Tom will see ....I have a couple of sites he and I were going to...
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    Re: Ratzilla went to Sweden?

    David I saw that story too,(Nice play on words!!!!!) [8D] In the old days of the forum (Last Year) this would have had 20 replies by now. I downloaded the image from the story so the forum members...
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    Re: My recent bottle show additions

    Great bottle the GXIII-4, congratulations!!! The Mckearins got this one wrong Tom in their charting they attributed this to the Whitney Glass Works. This flask was made along with the similar...
  10. Re: Roger you can only add one picture per respone not gonna cut it, not enough time in a day.

    Alright Bruce here goes.......https://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/upfiles/12005/16A78F346D3243FE8FDEC84FE591FB6A.JPG
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  11. Re: Roger you can only add one picture per respone not gonna cut it, not enough time in a day.

    Bruce I do use (Open Full Version) when I do I can still only add one photo. How did you add 6
  12. Re: Roger you can only add one picture per respone not gonna cut it, not enough time in a day.

    It just took 25 seconds between each post adding one picture at a time in the other post I created in this category.
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    Re: Early American Lacy Salts 1825 to 1850

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    Re: Early American Lacy Salts 1825 to 1850

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    Re: Early American Lacy Salts 1825 to 1850

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    Re: Early American Lacy Salts 1825 to 1850

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  17. Roger you can only add one picture per respone not gonna cut it, not enough time in a day.

    Roger you can ad pictures now thanks for fixing that issue but you have the limit set to 1 per response. I can do it that way but unfortunately it only takes seconds to do this and you get an error...
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    Re: Early American Lacy Salts 1825 to 1850

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    Re: Early American Lacy Salts 1825 to 1850

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    Early American Lacy Salts 1825 to 1850

    Lacy Salt Stags Horn GroupFor the glass collectors who might want to venture into this area of collecting it is quite rewarding because two fine people from Philadelphia not far from where I reside...
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    Re: Lacy Salt Stags Horn Group

    Eric get rid of this one....like you did my weather post...which was up about 14 seconds...by the way I called it didnt I!!!! Blizzard formed about 25 miles east of where I said it would but it did...
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    Re: Lacy Salt Stags Horn Group

    Eric get rid of this one....like you did my weather post...which was up about 14 seconds...by the way I called it didnt I!!!! Blizzard formed about 25 miles east of where I said it would but it did...
  23. Re: My Historic Flasks collection is being cataloged

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  24. Re: My Historic Flasks collection is being cataloged

    GI-121 Columbia/Eagle Pint sized Flask. The Flask has the initials B & W on the bottom .It was made at the Burgin and Wood Millville New Jersey Glass Works between 1828 and 1835. This flask is in...
  25. Re: My Historic Flasks collection is being cataloged

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