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    Hey guys, any body ever seen this iron pontiled barrel shaped beer or brewery bottle from Belleville Illinois? Can only find reference to the brewery

    Just came across this post, is this bottle to be offered at auction? I am very interested in purchasing it.
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    J. Henry Steubenville Ohio

    Sweet find. Those are very cool bottles
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    Green Mountain Renovator on eBay

    I am all bit certain I owned this bottle years ago. I always loved Stoddard glass and my last name is Smith. I sold most of the good stuff away at the time to purchase it for a similar price on eBay. It was described as mint, and when I opened the package I was disgusted. I was given part of the...
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    Green Mountain Renovator on eBay

    I am all bit certain I owned this bottle years ago. I always loved Stoddard glass and my last name is Smith. I sold most of the good stuff away at the time to purchase it for a similar price on eBay. It was described as mint, and when I opened the package I was disgusted. I was given part of the...
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    A surprise in a cistern

    Glad u ended up with that nice druggist. Cisterns here in the St.Louis area are very hit or miss also. Some can be packed with bottles, and while not as early filled in as privies can be a lot of fun. Most of them are a lot of work for nothing but normally merit a test hole.
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    Which Privy To Dig?

    Even early 1800 homes had mid and late 1800 privies, late 1800 homes don't have earlier privies so yes in that regard. As far as most productive its a guess,the most productive privy will have the higher quality bottles thrown down them and cleaned the least. City privies are typically better...
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    NINA GIRL!

    RE: Great marriage... Congratulations to both of you! With God all things are possible,even in today's world.
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    Found this - cant ID it. Carved brick tile?

    I agree with Jim, made to go on the outside of a building. Very cool
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    Inks

    Not receiving any emails. Very interested pm me and see if that works.
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    Rare Ohios?

    The blue Portsmouth on the right in the picture with two is available. However, I just went through a move and is packed up. It has a couple of open bubbles that I remember. The color is one of a kind that I am aware of after showing it to many Ohio soda collectors. I will get some new photos...
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    Inks

    I see one!:)
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    Rare Ohios?

    https://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/m-87294/mpage-1/key-portsmouth/tm.htm#87294 Here is a link to the Portsmouth soda I mentioned. It is the peacock or teal blue example in the group of two. I have dug about four of these in cobalt,never seen another in the off color blue.
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    Rare Ohios?

    I have some very rare pontilled meds from circleville Ohio as well as colored pontilled sodas from Portsmouth and Chillicothe that I may be willing to part with if u are interested. I will post pictures soon.
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    Fire Insurance Maps

    I am.interested,what is the cost?
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    Vincennes,IND soda

    The blob is very nice,I would also be interested if it is offered for sale
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    Dug a good pit in Philadelphia in the rain Sunday

    Amazing dig, makes me wanna go wear a shovel out. Congratulations, you guys deserve it.
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    Need help with two hutchinsons

    Tolle hutches are fairly common as Illinois hutches go. I think the example on eBay sold for top dollar.
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    payed up! I think

    What you have is a nice fruit jar rather than a product jar. It's a pretty good one, the lid and metal clamp are tougher than the jar itself however.

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