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    - 'NOCAFEEN' was a trademark name first used in...

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    'NOCAFEEN' was a trademark name first used in 1943 but filed by Cadbury-Schweppes Inc. in 1967 and registered in 1968.
    See the links for details
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  2. - Hi again Leon, Forgive me if you already...

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    Hi again Leon,

    Forgive me if you already know this but Dr. Dimock of Buffalo also produced Tally-Ho Bitters
    which was put up in a bottle of similar shape and colour to the Tamarac Bitters.
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  3. Hi Leon, It is listed in the 1998 edition of...

    Hi Leon,

    It is listed in the 1998 edition of 'Bitters Bottles' by Ring & Ham as D75.5 where it is rated as extremely rare, pp192.

    :)
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    - I'll always stand corrected but this appears...

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    I'll always stand corrected but this appears to be one of the relatively modern slip cast pieces sold originally as decorative items.
    There are many varieties including codd bottles in the UK....
  5. - Hi, sunnynature22 The name of the company...

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    Hi, sunnynature22

    The name of the company will be John Heldt and there are several varieties of bottle listed on Tod von Meechow's site,
    however, I cannot see your type recorded there?
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    - Hi again David. The patent specification...

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    Hi again David.

    The patent specification for your jar (shown below) does relate to the closure for a fruit jar, however, it would appear
    yours has been adapted/re-purposed for another use and...
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    - At first glance it appears to be a...

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    At first glance it appears to be a candle/night light type of lantern,
    I'll see if I can find the patent specifications.

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    :)
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    - Phil's site is now up and running again. ...

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    Phil's site is now up and running again.

    http://www.saddleflasks.com/

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    :)
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    - Hi BrotherBo, Your bottle is Persian and is...

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    Hi BrotherBo,

    Your bottle is Persian and is of a type that are generically referred to as 'Saddle Flasks'
    They are notoriously difficult to date as similar production techniques were used from...
  10. - A very informative site, thank you for...

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    A very informative site, thank you for posting the link.
    I hope you don't mind but I have taken the liberty of also adding it to the British Antique Bottle Forum links.
    ...
  11. - Hi, American Glass Works did not have full...

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    Hi, American Glass Works did not have full stops in their logo, however, both the Arsenal Glass Works and the Alloa Glass Works did.
    The Arsenal Glass Works were in operation between 1865 and...
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    - Hi Harry, Your bottle seems very similar...

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    Hi Harry,

    Your bottle seems very similar and shares some of the features of this one which is currently on the 'etsy' site, linked below the image.

    -...
  13. Hi Hannah, You could try the British Antique...

    Hi Hannah,

    You could try the British Antique Bottle Forum for queries on UK bottles.

    http://www.britishbottleforum.co.uk/

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    :)
  14. - Hi KVirginia, CanadianBottles is right,...

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    Hi KVirginia,

    CanadianBottles is right, these two pieces you have shown never originally went together.
    What you describe as the top is in fact a pot lid base as shown below.
    ...
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    - Commonly known as 'sickness' it is part of...

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    Commonly known as 'sickness' it is part of the process of devitrification where some of the constituent compounds
    that make up the glass are being leeched out, particularly in acidic...
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    - Steele & Price not only produced perfumes but...

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    Steele & Price not only produced perfumes but also a range of food products.
    I'm not sure how long they were in business but they were certainly putting out trade cards in the 1880's some...
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    Show Video - Alton UK

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    A short video of a show at Alton in Hampshire UK last Sunday, 17th March 2019.
    Worth a look if you have a few minutes to spare.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnH-0oIUYCg
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    I wish I had been there to video it sandchip, the...

    I wish I had been there to video it sandchip, the video was put up on YouTube by 'The Charm City Redneck'.

    :)
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    - A 'walk through' video from last Sunday's...

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    A 'walk through' video from last Sunday's Baltimore show posted on YouTube.
    A little bit jerky at times but it gives a good impression of what was there.

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    - Hi sandchip The British Antique Bottle...

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    Hi sandchip

    The British Antique Bottle Forum has the same site provider as this one.
    There we do have 'like' buttons and also a facility for drop down menus at the top of the page.
    To be...
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    - Hi Sandchip, I think it is just a case of...

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    Hi Sandchip,

    I think it is just a case of experimentation with the equipment and circumstances you have.
    I have used different coloured backgrounds or additional small led lights to the side...
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    - PHOTOGRAPHING BOTTLES I do like the natural...

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    PHOTOGRAPHING BOTTLES

    I do like the natural background images, I think that approach lends itself to some great artistic
    interpretation and can show our collections in a whole new light so to...
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    - I am in the UK and photograph a lot bottles...

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    I am in the UK and photograph a lot bottles and associated items, mainly for putting
    up on the UK forums where I also try a provide a little bit of the background information for each one.
    -...
  24. - Hi, Your bottle is a familiar form in Europe...

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    Hi, Your bottle is a familiar form in Europe and is usually associated with cherry based maraschino liqueurs.
    Several companies used this style of bottle with applied seals, Drioli and Luxardo...
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    From the information supplied in the extract it would appear your bottle will date to sometime between
    1881 and 1911 and given its style I would suggest probably towards the latter end of that...
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