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  1. TxBottleDigger

    McCormick pickling styled spice jar ???

    I got this many weeks ago and I just got around to washing it today. It seems to say “McCormick” and then it says “Baltimore”. I can’t find anything about it on the internet. It is a crude, whittled, machine made bottle. It has a slight aqua tint to it. Is this even known to exist ? Also; how...
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    Piece of a railroad dish ?

    I found this one weekend ago at a small creek. It gives me railroad vibes. I mean, I did find it at a SA&AP railroad town. I’m probably wrong but just wondering. Looks like it’s from the 1890s. It appears to have something of a American sweetheart pattern even though this is much older than...
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    SODAPOPBOB

    What happened to SODAPOPBOB?
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    Unknown Trappey’s bottle

    I found this around 2 weeks ago in a 1950s dump. It’s quite a unique bottle. It’s a Trappey’s bottle with a Owens Illinois date code of 1954. Weirdly for such a modern bottle and a well known brand, it is not documented on the internet. Strange right ? The cap is not original to the bottle. In...
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    Before and after.

    I got this debossed Dr. Pepper last weekend for $3. Pretty good ! No city name though. Gotta love the Dr. Peppers. Here is the before and after of cleaning it.
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    Interesting location. Does it have potential? I think so.

    While riding in the passenger seat, I saw this beside the road. It's a big pile of wood right beside the railroad tracks. I highly suspect their are A LOT of insulators in the heap of mess. What do you guys think?
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    Cute little bottle. But I don’t know the specifics about it.

    Found this 2 weeks ago in a late 1940s/50s -1960s dump. I think it’s awfully cute. I’m not really sure what it contained, if it was a one time use or a somewhat permanent item, and when it dates from. It looks like a older bottle than most of the other ones. Salt and pepper shaker? Creamer? I’m...
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    “HERE” “3” shard ?

    Found this shard... oh I dunno... 2 weeks ago? It’s interesting and I’m wondering if anyone knows what it would go to. Looks like 1920s/30s to me.
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    Beautiful Whisky Flasks

    These all just came in yesterday. I got all of these for only around $125. Probably around $2,000 worth of stuff here. That shoe fly coffin flask is definitely worth at least $1,000. Never documented on the internet until now. Not one speck of information on the company. Hard to beat a flask...
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    Southern Searcher (formerly NCbottles)

    Ah yes, my favorite bottle digging channel: Southern Searcher. Do a lot of you guys watch him ? What do you guys think about him ?
  11. TxBottleDigger

    Dallas Texas Mid-Script Straight Sided Coke.

    I got my first straight side around a month ago from eBay and I sure started out with a bang. A mid-script straight sided coke bottled in Dallas Texas. It’s a blown in a mold tooled top from circa 1900. This may be one of the few to exist in intact form from Dallas Texas because it is not...
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    I'm probably going to start political parties on the antique bottles page due to this question. Lol.

    OKAY GUYS. Today I'm going to ask the question that I hear many people say different answers on. WHEN (circa) did manganese glass stop generally being made. I hear 1915, 1918, and even 1920s. Of course small bottling plants may have kept using manganese but I'm talking about the majority of plants.
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    Finds of the day and precarious question.

    So today I was going down a back road with a family member in a very rural area and stumbled across a old abandon homestead. Since it wasn’t fenced off and it was a quite rural area I poked around for about 10 minutes. Quite honestly this is the best day of my barely one year career in the...
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    Do aqua blue colored bottles contain manganese?

    I try not to expose manganese containing bottles that I don’t want to turn purple to sunlight when photographing them outside. I’m wondering if aqua blue bottles have manganese in them.
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    What is the procedure to stop bruises and cracks ?

    I’d like to know what the procedure is for preventing bruises and cracks from forming due to temperature change when taking a bottle out of the ground.
  16. TxBottleDigger

    Antique Trader Identification and Price Guide book

    Is this book wildly used by collectors? I don’t intend on selling any bottles but I believe this can also be used to find the rarity of bottles. In general, what would be the best book for finding out rarity?
  17. TxBottleDigger

    Minerals in water

    Hmm. I wonder if hard water scratches glass. Maybe I’m just too paranoid.
  18. TxBottleDigger

    Do toothbrush bristles scratch ?

    I don’t believe they don’t but I have seen people say they use a “fine toothbrush” So do normal toothbrushes scratch?
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    Frosted glass Warranted Flask

    I got this bottle from a estate sell a while ago and from my research I can’t find any Warranted Flasks that have frosted glass. Has anyone ever seen one like this before ?

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