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    Roger you can only add one picture per respone not gonna cut it, not enough time in a day.

    Roger you can ad pictures now thanks for fixing that issue but you have the limit set to 1 per response. I can do it that way but unfortunately it only takes seconds to do this and you get an error message not enough time has gone by between your last post. I know this feature was put in to...
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    Early American Lacy Salts 1825 to 1850

    Lacy Salt Stags Horn GroupFor the glass collectors who might want to venture into this area of collecting it is quite rewarding because two fine people from Philadelphia not far from where I reside here in Southern New Jersey took the time to put together this remarkable book. Armed with this...
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    My Historic Flasks collection is being cataloged

    Hello all,I have been cataloging my Historic Flasks collection the past couple of days getting them ready for uploading into my new website and thought I would share with you some of the bottles in the collection that haven't seen the light of day in some years now. First up is this Keene New...
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    Admins stil not able to upload pictures

    Still can not upload pictures in this forum from your computer. Check out this post for a better explanation.http://www.antique-bottle...re-Admins-m646477.aspx
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    I know this post doesnt belong here but it is more easily explained here Admins

    In the new category in this forum Early 19th Century Decorative Glass I tried to add a post this morningAll of the text was entered and uploaded with no problems. When I tried to attach images to the post, the choice for upload images from your computer is not there. Let me explain,I clicked the...
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    Lacy Salt Stags Horn Group

    For the glass collectors who might want to venture into this area of collecting it is quite rewarding because two fine people from Philadelphia not far from where I reside here in Southern New Jersey took the time to put together this remarkable book. Armed with this information it is easy to...
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    The fakes are getting better by the week...Sort of...

    Another fake http://www.ebay.com/itm/A...mp;hash=item5afd78992b With hybrid characteristics of a mid 1700s onion bottle on the push up pontil, to a slightly newer late 1790 Western made globe body, to a mid 1800s South Jersey Calabash. Notice the weak twisting of the glass and the overall...
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    American Sealed Wine Bottle I L F Isaac Levy Frank

    For my friend Tim ( fer_de_lance) Although Isaac Franks was Jewish, he was a practicing Christian. He joined the Continental army at age 17 and fought the British in the battles on Long Island. He was captured in Manhattan but escaped to New Jersey in a leaky rowboat. There he joined the...
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    Admin how about a new category EAPG (Early American Pressed Glass)

    Early American Pressed glass is quite old ,a lot of times quite rare, with the the majority occurring between 1825 and 1850. Some very beautiful, intricate and Historic patterns consisting of Masonic,Political Figures,Sun Bursts and pretty flower and scroll patterns adorn a lot of these items ...
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    I added an early Daffys Elixir to my collection today

    Hi everyone, I added an new Daffys Elixir to my collection today this is one of the bottles I always wanted but they always avoided me. This is an early one 1810-1835. Pictured below it is center along side some of my better medicines in my collection. [attachment=Group of old medicines...
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    Lees Medicine, Americas first Patent Medicine but the question remains who was first?

    There were two Lees from Connecticut and a Lee from Baltimore and a Lee in New York. Who was first to have a patent medicine in the United States. A lot of investigative research went into this compilation but I have finally figured out who the original Lees were, what they made, when they made...
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    For you New Hampshire early glass lovers

    Hi guys,Here are some links to my web site. It is a work in progress and some of the links and write ups are not complete. For you lovers of early New Hampshire glass. I offer the following...... It is a very detailed information site on the early glass works of New...
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    The best looking beveled roof CLEVENGER made E G Booz ever on eBay

    I had to study this one for quite a while to determine that this was not original.http://www.ebay.com/itm/221307126085?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649 The way the corner bevels melt into the roof line looks the same way it does on the original Whitney made version. The...
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    New York State Glass works 1640 to 1815 so far...

    I have been working on these on my website for a few weeks now. I posted some of these links in a different thread a little while back. I found some more good information on another colonial glass works from Guilderland New York. These New York state glass works are a work in progress and some...
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    It is that time of year again unfortunatley........

    The National Hurricane center is not calling for this one yet officially but even on their computer model site there is no denying that a major land falling hurricane is quite likely on the way. A major land falling hurricane is possible in the time period September 8th to 11th for the Eastern...
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    New York city (New Amsterdam) early glass house 100 years before Wistarburgh

    As a proud resident of the state of New Jersey and a collector of early glass and in particular glass from Southern New Jersey. I have found through quite a bit of research that New Jersey must relinquish the title as having the first successful glass manufacturer in one Caspar Wistar. He was...
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    Might have to keep an eye on this ..........

    http://www.meteo.psu.edu/~fxg1/SAT_SE/anim8vis.html Good out and inflow of air and moisture but nothing yet,however it could morph into a storm so don't let your guard down if you live along the Gulf coast. The stalled front over the center of Alabama and Georgia is the key if this thing were...
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    Real E G BOOZ on the bay

    If you ever wanted a real E G BOOZ and not a Clevenger reproduction a rare opportunity is here to have your own.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/Extremely-rare-EG-Booze-ORIGINAL-specimen-/251318628362?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a83c1f00a I can assure you the ebay is real by this picture from...
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    More Stoddard help needed.

    I need more Stoddard based glass from your personal collections to complete that section of my website. Historical flasks,Whiskey bottles,Medicines,stubby beer bottles,inks Farleys ect,Demi-Johns,shards anything with good attribution to the various Stoddard factory sites. Here are the latest...
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    The Hilltown Glass Works 1753 to 1784

    I am finishing up a two month long investigation and write up of the Hilltown Glass works,which were located in Hilltown Bucks county Pennsylvania. I have been locating some great glass historical information of late and I found a bunch of information about this site never published before in...

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