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  1. embe

    LK makers mark (in a six pointed star) on bottom.

    Anyone recognize this mark? Did a bit of research and came up blank. No other real identifiable features (should have taken more pics before packing away, thought it would be easier to look up). Assuming >1900 because of the top being crown cap. Thanks!
  2. embe

    Big old glass bottle, no label or embossing.

    Any ideas? pictured beside a Coke bottle for scale. Approx 4" diameter and 16" tall. It doesn't look super old but not new either. Thanks in advance
  3. embe

    Green rum(?) bottle with embossed K on bottom

    Not sure if this is before 1900 since there isn't a pontil but the lip looks old and the surface is what I believe is called 'whittled'? Maybe the mark on the bottom helps in some way. I'm learning as I go and finding this site is a great resource for researching some of these old bottles.
  4. embe

    C.H. Tune and Cummer & Sons (large size)

    I thought these were beer bottles but some quick research indicates sodas? Same lot as the others I picked up, could use a cleaning though.
  5. embe

    Beers, I think?

  6. embe

    Aqua bottles

    Look older, maybe sauce bottles?
  7. embe

    Wishing Well and Kist - 7oz. Green bottles

    Well, the bottle bug sure enough bit me and I went and picked up some recently. Hadn't seen these before and thought they were in pretty nice shape? Probably 50-60's era?
  8. embe

    Is this Bott's beer bottle really from 1893 (Chicago Worlds Fair on label)?

    Not sure if this is the correct area, but looking for some assistance with this old bottle. Bott's Pure Malt Stout, Port Hope Canada. Was only able to find one other picture through Google but didn't have the 1893 label on there. I fell into a bit of a rabbit hole researching 1893 Worlds...

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