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  1. ROBBYBOBBY64

    A.L. Sachtleben

    Just got this neat aqua blobtop A.L. Sachtleben of Hackensack,N.J. with embossed diamonds around the neck. Fancy diagonal script font. This bottle not to be sold on the heel. Back has a shield with monogram ALS. ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    Hand drill.

    This is all part of the barnsale I went to a couple of weeks ago. This drill, the toy bulldozer, 3 seltzers, antique scissors, multi tool thing, antique 24" wooden and brass ruler, ball jars, and 6 glass doorknobs. I think that's all....all for $20. I got to be dreaming, right? ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    What is this?

    Another item from the barnsale i went to. It is obviously some sort of multi tool from the military. Anyone know more? No names or numbers on this one. Was a freebie. ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    History of community drinking water disinfection.

    I ran into some information about the history of water supply disinfection. To stop the spread of Typhoid and Cholera. Water supplies being contaminated. I believe not many people trusted chemicals in their water. Probably why bottled waters were so popular. It all started with a doctor named...
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    Clay marbles

    I just got a bunch of clay marbles glazed different colors. Two of them are shooters. What I love about them is the colors and uniqueness of each. Being handmade in the 1850-1870's. I hope you like. ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    NJ 1948 plate.

    Here is a 1948 vintage NJ license plate. I believe the H is for Hudson County, the M stands for Monmouth County and The O means this was used on a taxi or a limousine. Crusty, looks like it was in a mild fire. ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    Tiffany & Allen

    I just recently acquired a great bottle from epackage. It is a beautiful amber colored Tiffany & Allen blob from Paterson N.J. with a monogram on the front. Do Not Steal This Bottle embossed on the back. Amazing condition also. I am very happy with my purchase. ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    Dinky Supertoys

    One of the things I got in the barn sale. Blaw Knox Bulldozer I fabricated the missing the hydraulic piston on the left side and installed that. I also made rubber tracks and installed them. I don't know that they had them but I felt it needed them. The plow lowers and lifts with the one handle...
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    Strawberry Nesbitt's.

    Here is a full Nesbitt's of California. Acl and embossed. Bottled by the Seven-up bottling co. Hagerstown, Md. ROBBYBOBBY64. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nesbitt%27s#:~:text=The%20Nesbitt's%20brand%20debuted%20in,established%20market%2Dleader%20Orange%20Crush.
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    Bob's cola

    Bob's cola full acl from Rocky Mount, N.C. LGW made. ROBBYBOBBY64. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob%27s-Cola#/media/File%3ABottle_lineup.jpg
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    Harvilla's

    Here is a full Harvilla's golden ginger ale. Minersville ,PA. ROBBYBOBBY64. Some Minersville history...
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    3 for $5

    I went to a barn sale this weekend. It was storage for an antique store that went out of business. I got these 3 local acid etched seltzer bottles for $5. All three have their original spouts. One is a silk city bottling inc., from Patterson N.J.The next is a Sparkling beverages from Union City...
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    Fruit Industries Ltd.

    I got this surface find bottle the other day. Fruit Industries Ltd. This one says Fruit Industries wine. I find alot of these. One gallon and these quarts. Alot of history with this one. These were sold by agents door to door. Al Capote tried to buy the everything they had at $1 a gallon. Here...
  14. ROBBYBOBBY64

    Hemingray-42

    Here is the insulator I found in the woods taking a walk while at my brothers wedding. Nice aqua color. The stick it goes on was a bonus. ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    Sauce bottle?

    Looks like a catsup bottle. Little art deco like. My question is what company does the horns or wings on the base symbolize? The date of 1940 is embossed on the base. Also the keystone embossed for knox glass bottle company. I can't for the life of me see the letter if any inside the keystone...
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    Wooden brick mold.

    I posted a few bricks that I found by the river a while back, and I wanted to make a mold and make some brick. I made the ROBERT brick mold. It is water or oiled up so nothing will stick. Have not made any brick yet but I will post them when I do. ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    1880's violin scroll flask? Salem oak / Jersey devil.

    Has a very sharp pontil and loads of bubbles. DG is embossed standing for Downer Glass. My question, Is this an original? Was there ever an 1800's flask made like this? Are they all reproductions? Thanks for any information. ROBBYBOBBY64.
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    Clevenger?

    I often see things mislabeled. I was wondering if anyone has seen this one. Is it really what they say it is? Early open pontiled Clevenger? Excuse me in advance, for my ignorance. ROBBYBOBBY64. https://www.ebay.com/itm/333931888037
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    Eastern bottling co. Plainfield, N.J.

    Base embossed NBS underneath the number 8. I can't identify the manufacturer. I thought N.... bottle supply? Tooled crowntop, nice shaped aqua bottle. The seam stops well below the lip. Mouth is slightly flat on one side. It is a variation I have not seen yet. Nice 3 letter monogram. 1910ish...
  20. ROBBYBOBBY64

    WELLS ADVERTISING JUG.

    Wells rough on tooth ache / face ache. Looks like it says ROUGH ON TOOTH ACNE. I think these were made in the 1970's but I am unsure. I can't find another one or a picture of one. Debossed USA on the base. Great shape and has a little crazing on the base and up the jug sides. Any info will be...

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