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    I got two 7up bottles- both have eight-8 bubbles over swimsuit lady, but only seven-7 on label...

    I got two 7up bottles- both have eight-8 bubbles over swimsuit lady, but only seven-7 on label, can somebody tell me is that a variant out there that is rare, a single bottle with both 7-8 bubbles?
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    HEY!!! Everybody I think I might of answered my question, tell me what do you think,,,and tell how did a bottle from Ohio Bottle Co. end up in a lake

    Yet,,,the mold number registered to the Ohio Bottle Co. OH ya! I wet myself three times today I can't handle the excitement
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    HEY!!! Everybody I think I might of answered my question, tell me what do you think,,,and tell how did a bottle from Ohio Bottle Co. end up in a lake

    A lake in yarmouth Nova Scotia? I am so happy I could kiss a moose right on the mouth, Sad to say but that is the most excitement then I have had in 30 years.
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    HEY!!! Everybody I think I might of answered my question, tell me what do you think,,,and tell how did a bottle from Ohio Bottle Co. end up in a lake

    Owens granted the Ohio Bottle Co. the exclusive license to make “beer, porter, ... number, but the bottom number was always a single digit (in one case, ... single zero “0” indicated 1910.
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    Memories of pass history in a bottle.

    This is the history of the town of yarmoth nova scotia..canada, but it could be any place on earth
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    Memories of pass history in a bottle.

    J. W. Grant and Co. was a grocery business on the corner of Hawthorne and Brown Streets from 1914 to 1916. Grant had been a grocer as early as 1902, but from 1905 to 1914 he shared the partnership of Nickerson and Grant with A. J. Nickerson. The two also formed the Standard Soda Water Company...
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    Confused

    R in a triangle” mark used by Reed. This bottle base has 1949 date code to the right of the logo.
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    Has anybody seen this mark anywhere....0

    yes, 1894, but its not my graph, taking on line.
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    Dr. J Hostetter's stomach bitters base markings and value "A"

    It might only be worth $50.00. But the point is what is it worth to you, I think its very nice
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    Dr. J Hostetter's stomach bitters base markings and value "A"

    Take a look at bidsquare $420.00. But I cannot tell what the colour of yours is or how old its markings are,
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    AB-connected mark- rich in history.

    Interestingly, the accompanying base mold code markings (such as A 5, C 14, V 7, etc) seen on bottles of this type are also seen on many export beer bottles marked “A.B.G.M.CO.” which points to a strong connection between those two marks. Adolphus Busch Glass Manufacturing Company made huge...
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    What are these? Also anyone know the marks?

    NO problem PlaneDiggerCam, this is the second trophy today, I told them thanks but that in the future I would perfer cash, I don't think they like it?
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    Dr. J Hostetter's stomach bitters base markings and value "A"

    I would suggest that it is an X with a A in the middle, some of these bottles go for up to $300.00-+, I can't tell if yours is one of those, it might be worth finding out X-A?
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    BIMAL Dandelion Gin bottle?

    no other marks? I know this doesn't help much but its identification is probably close to where the bottles was found, town or state, that is where I always start a search

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