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    Civil War Bottle

    Enclosed are more pics that I tried to capture color of bottle appears to be same color of the one Harry posted. I used warm soap water a cleaning rod with cloth patch and ball bearings to help get most of the crud out. Bottle height is 9 inches.
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    Civil War Bottle

    England supported the CS and beer may have been an essential item that got through the Union Naval blockade. Stranger things have happened.
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    Civil War Bottle

    This bottle was supposed to have been ground dug at a Confederate camp in Richmond VA. One thing for sure it was ground dug and I think it's 1800,s era. Anyhow I hope the forum experts will chime in.
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    Sake Bottle

    Enclosed are pics of a WWII Japanese Army Sake bottle. Far from pristine it's been there done that with some chips and cracks.
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    Morro Bay CA

    Enclosed are pictures of the 2016 Morro Bay Bottle show I attended yesterday. As you can see the show isn't all bottles as evidence by these antique reloading tools and an old baseball glove. I did not buy anything but did sold a bottle of my own.
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    Amber Bottle

    I had no idea their might be a possible China connection here. The mouth of the bottle and the tapered part of the cap shows plenty of wear and tear.
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    Morro Bay CA

    Morro Bay is having their annual bottle show on Fri Mar 18 & Sat Mar 19. This is a small but good bottle show with venders from all over the country.
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    Amber Bottle

    I picked up this cool looking bottle with top the other day at a antique store. I'm not sure how old it is or what it was used for but it is hand blown and has no seams at all on the sides.
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    Belfast Bottle

    The bottle I posted says Cochran & Co.
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    Belfast Bottle

    A couple of more pics.
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    Belfast Bottle

    Enclosed are pictures of a recent find I liked this bottle because it brought back memories when I was in Belfast during the troubled years back in the mid seventies. I pretty sure this bottle was made around the early 1900's.
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    Palmer Bottle

    No vertical seams on the top glass and yes two mold seams on the main body of the bottle. And on the bottom their is a 2.
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    Palmer Bottle

    Thanks for the info.
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    Palmer Bottle

    Pick this bottle up from a friend today who claims it's 100 hundred years old. I will trust the forum to let me know, anyhow I like the green color. The bottle is not round but more of a oblong shape.
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    Civil War Flask

    No idea who made it. Someone at a bottle show told me this bottle made it on the cover of a bottle collector's magazine. I sure would like to see the magazine.
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    Civil War Flask

    Enclosed are pictures of one of my favorite bottles. Most people who have looked at it think it was made around 1860/1880 time frame. Note the unusual short neck.
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    Fire bottle

    OK here are a few more pictures.
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    Fire bottle

    (Is that CARBONA on the base ?) Yes it is CARBONA.
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    Fire bottle

    My mistake the bottle has 12 sides and is 11x2.300.

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