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  1. I've seen people who take sheets of Mylar plastic...

    I've seen people who take sheets of Mylar plastic and cut pieces big enough to cover the labels, then wrap them around the bottle and tape the ends together on the back to make a protective sleeve....
  2. I would tend to think that that bottle is...

    I would tend to think that that bottle is genuine...here's an 1896 ad that specifically mentions the 1893 World's Fair:
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    Nice flask! Here's a link to one that sold at...

    Nice flask! Here's a link to one that sold at auction in 2017 for $196...

    https://hakes.com/Auction/ItemDetail/214830/ROOSEVELT-TENNESSEE-VALLEY-AUTHORITY-GLASS-BOTTLE-FEATURING-THE-NORRIS-DAM
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  4. That's a really interesting piece. My first...

    That's a really interesting piece. My first thought is that it's a dose glass of some sort. Is there any way you can try to read the rest of the embossing, maybe by doing a pencil and paper rub over...
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    Nice bottle! The Hutch book lists two version,...

    Nice bottle! The Hutch book lists two version, same bottle just slightly different heights. Both listed as scarce.
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  6. Here's a link to a 1915 reference to the Coca...

    Here's a link to a 1915 reference to the Coca Cola Bottling Co in Conyers, GA. Your bottle likely dates to around that time. Nice bottle!
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    It's a fairly common, but very nice bottle. I...

    It's a fairly common, but very nice bottle. I believe it's actually Vegatine.
  8. Thread: ACL Milk

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    Nice bottle! Scott-Powell Aristocrat Dairy was...

    Nice bottle! Scott-Powell Aristocrat Dairy was located at the corner of Fourth & Poplar St, Philadelphia, PA according this this snippet from a 1950 New Jersey Dept of Agriculture circular:
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    Here's a write up on J C Moore, Druggist, on...

    Here's a write up on J C Moore, Druggist, on Water St in Connellsville from 1887. Middle column, next to last paragraph. Looks like he opened for business there in 1869. Nice bottle!
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    Reminds me of a Maggi sauce bottle. Either that...

    Reminds me of a Maggi sauce bottle. Either that or a an older miniature liquor bottle.
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    Cleaning them is a pain, but why not give selling...

    Cleaning them is a pain, but why not give selling them a go? Whatever you don't sell can go right into the recycle bin, and that's better than leaving them in the woods.
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    I believe that's a form of a "igloo" ink bottle....

    I believe that's a form of a "igloo" ink bottle. Look really carefully along the base with a magnifying glass, as there may be very small marking. Excellent find!
  13. There was also a Lone Oak Farm in MI: ...

    There was also a Lone Oak Farm in MI:
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  14. The first thing that comes to mind is either...

    The first thing that comes to mind is either paste or some sort of anti seize lubricant or brazing flux.
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    Armour's Top Notch Brand was fruit juices and...

    Armour's Top Notch Brand was fruit juices and syrups according to this 1914 ad:
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    Sweet bottle! Here's some background on the...

    Sweet bottle! Here's some background on the company:

    https://baybottles.com/2016/11/23/high-ground-dairy-co-brooklyn-ny/
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    I couldn't find much, but here is a link to F.H....

    I couldn't find much, but here is a link to F.H. Hecking Mineral Water in New York from 1863. Good luck!
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    I can't tell from the pic, but it almost makes me...

    I can't tell from the pic, but it almost makes me think either a small inion style bottle or a saddle flask. Is the bottom flat or rounded?

    http://www.saddleflasks.com/
  19. Andrew's Wine Of Life was a "female regulator"...

    Andrew's Wine Of Life was a "female regulator" product:
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  20. Nice bottles! Here is a link to an 1898 article...

    Nice bottles! Here is a link to an 1898 article about WM J. Barker:
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    I was able to find a reference to an H.A....

    I was able to find a reference to an H.A. Cassebeer in New York listed in a 1916 pharmaceutical journal.
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    Nice flask, definitely a liquor type bottle. I...

    Nice flask, definitely a liquor type bottle. I love those old embossed flasks!
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    Welcome to the forum! I found a reference to...

    Welcome to the forum! I found a reference to Eichenwald & McCauley, liquor dealers located at 98 3rd Ave and 241 Ave A in New York City from 1902-1906 on the Pre-Pro website. Not much other info...
  24. I can't tell you much about that particular type...

    I can't tell you much about that particular type of jar, but some Melvin & Badger poison bottles seem to sell very well. I see several examples of similar jars on Worthpoint, but I don't have a...
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    That Wright Bros is a nice bottle. I found one...

    That Wright Bros is a nice bottle. I found one that sold at a Heckler auction for $117, with original label. Here is a link to an 1879 article about a trade mark legal battle over the name "Pond Lily...
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