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  1. Thread: Bromomania!

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    Re: Bromomania!

    Thanks all, still got a few to get!
  2. Thread: Bromomania!

    by cobaltbot
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    Bromomania!

    Ah the lowly bromo, a little color for a winter's day. The smallest or 2 + 1/2 inch ones have the biggest range of colors. These four inch (ones with the aqua) and five inch also come naturally, but...
  3. Re: Bottle labeled Shrewsbury PA need appraised - J.H. Burns

    I don't recall seeing that in the York bottle book (I'll check) or personally seeing one so I think possibly a really good hutch and worth acquiring.
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    Re: Mrs. Butterworth Bottles - Value

    There's a green Aunt Jemima or Mrs. Butter'sworth that's worth $100.00
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    Re: Hobbleskirt Coke with 1916 date error

    Mine was found in Maryland.
  6. Re: Canada's rarest Coca-Cola hobble skirt... The D19

    What's on the bottom?
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    Re: Hobbleskirt Coke with 1916 date error

    That's a 1915, don't see the connection.
  8. Re: Pictorial Eagle medicine and two unlisted blobs

    That eagle is very nice!
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    Re: The Bromo-Seltzer blob!

    Well that would be the crudest one I've ever seen!
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    Re: George Washington Bottle

    From what I've seen looks like a nice historical flask, need a better picture of the back - nice bottle!
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    Re: Bromomania try again

    Bromos are famous for mould errors and yes part of the reason is they made so many of them, it would be interesting to know how many and for that matter which bottle had the most moulds made. ...
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    Re: Hobbleskirt Coke with 1916 date error

    I posted one I found in this old thread:https://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/NOV-16-1915-VS-NOV-16-1916-m212547.aspx?high=1916 No town name only a 4 on the bottom, no heel or other base numbers...
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    Re: Growing Up & Cleaning Out

    Preston, you can grow out of anything but once bitten by the bottle bug it will always be part of your life. Think about Erics advice and keep some of your favorites you never know when you might...
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    Re: When do you stop digging?

    I like Jack's answer, Happy Belated Jack!!!in which case the answer is NEVER!!!
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    Re: Huge Medicine 32o/z Owens made

    Always enjoy digging plain quarts and embossed ones are special finds, love big meds. A large one like that with a 1/4 or 1/2 oz. next to it makes a cool pic. Sometimes they are SCA. Yours should...
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    Re: Found in the dumpster.

    Nice Find, I have one but don't use it like I should. I have on several occasions used it to mark where I parked the car and that has come in handy when its time to go back! Another good use is to...
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    Re: Bromomania try again

    Moving this here because the other post is messed up, moderators please delete the Bromomania!!! post. Recently acquired some great Bromos and also had Matt Knapp, aka the wizard Guntherhess turn my...
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    Re: Bromomania try again

    Thanks guys, I hope it was the last one of the day, I wonder how long it took to do one mold. Amazingly he got the Z correct!
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    Re: Bromomania try again

    I reposted this because I was trying to edit the other post and the forum flipped out on me! This is on the same bottle as above and the second E in SELTZER appears like an I or SELTZIR. I have...
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    Bromomania try again

    [attachment=bromo5.jpg] Must have been a bad day for this mold cutter! Instead of putting an I in BALTIMORE he started to cut an H or cut an H and then must have realized the mistake and tied it into...
  21. Re: This past month's many finds from the "Roaring '20s Dump", including Silver and Gold!

    Wow, some really cool finds as per usual with you. You must have those special xray glasses to spot all those surface finds. Love the rolling pin, doesn't get much better than that. I have found...
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    Re: noxema face cream?

    One of those common bottles I like to collect arun of sizes in, currently have about seven different ones, would love to have the half gallon one and there's also a one gallon I still need!
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    Re: York PA Show Report

    Our club display of a few of the finer York bottles, our club table and new cool digging shirts ( $15 per tee and $20 for long sleeves) and a pic of some of the latest Stonetown finds to advertise my...
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    Re: York PA Show Report

    Some of the displays
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    York PA Show Report

    Had a great time at the York Bottle & Advertizing Show yesterday. Our tiny PA club helped sponser this first ever revival of one of what was once one of the country's favorite shows. Pictured outside...
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