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    Robert Swinley & Co.

    Must have been lots of saloons in Paterson, sweet.
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    R. Swinley Paterson, N.J. Weiss beer

    Awesome! They really wanted their bottles back.
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    Wm. Weyhausen Hoboken, N.J.

    Love that color, wowzers!
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    Ribbed flask

    That is awesome!
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    Barq's Has Bite!

    Welcome to the forum!
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    Walking a dried creek tomorrow

    Good luck Kaleb!
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    Ball wire close jar error identification

    I checked several I have, none are backwards.
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    Mound Indian pottery chars

    All that pottery and 10 points , in one day, awesome!
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    NEW ADDITIONS FROM THE PAST WEEK

    That pic is epic!
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    What are the oldest types of antiques?

    I agree, can't get no older. And they are quite popular right now.
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    Can in a Can.

    Cool! How does it look now.
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    Quirst by Seven Up

    Awesome! Didn't know about Quirst, thank you!
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    The King of Orange....Crush Canada brown quarts!

    Looky what I got for desert after the Super Bowl!
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    Crazy finds

    Very nice!

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