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    KY soda/mineral water bottle additions

    Here's what I have for Epping bottling dates (not my research).
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    KY soda/mineral water bottle additions

    The bottle on far right is Jennerich & Epping, which from my notes is H. Epping, 1871-1872. Do you know if H. Epping was kin to John G. Epping?
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    KY soda/mineral water bottle additions

    Added 3 KY bottles to my collection yesterday. These are in "as dug" condition and were dug in Louisville back in the 70'S or so. The Bakers and G are iron pontil.
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    KY soda / mineral water bottles

    Yeah, hutchbook lists 9 embossing variations. I have 3 variations, but I got them at one time from a collection I bought. I'm not sure on their rarity for sure, but I don't think I've seen one pop up on ebay in the past few years I've been tracking KY hutches. So, I'd guess they aren't super...
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    KY soda / mineral water bottles

    A few very knowledgeable KY collectors said it is a gravitating stopper, but it's listed on hutchbook as a hutch because it doesn't have the Matthew's patent info base embossing. I'm not totally sure but know it's a tough one.
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    KY soda / mineral water bottles

    Yeah, as far as I know. The first two are iron pontil.
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    KY soda / mineral water bottles

    Where's that from antlerman? Cool bottle.
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    Lawrence kansas drug store bottle

    Sweet! I've lived in Lawrence a few times back in the late 90's...love that town. I'm from Olathe originally. Id love a Lawrence druggist, are they tough to find in general?
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    KY soda / mineral water bottles

    Thanks all. Jblaylock, yep not far from you. I collect KY hutches, druggists, and other soda/mineral bottles. Let me know what you collect and I'll keep my eyes open.
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    KY soda / mineral water bottles

    I posted these right before the Web site overhall, but I don't see my post anymore. So here they are again.
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    Louisville KY Hutch collection

    Tim, 1 was not, and info sent to Ron already. A few of them had some minor variations from hutchbook, but I'm guessing those are because of hard to read embossing on the bottles used for the hutchbook listing.
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    Louisville KY Hutch collection

    I finally bought the collection from him 2 weeks ago. Ended up with 32 hutches, with only 5 duplicates. I posted a picture of a green Geo Stang over in the favorite hutch thread.
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    SHOW YOUR FAVORITE HUTCH!!!

    Purchased a 32 Louisville hutch collection....this one is my favorite [attachment=10988427_101526480...319139181545_n.jpg]
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    What is it?

    Excellent, I'll pass it on to my buddy, thanks all!
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    What is it?

    Howdy, a buddy of mine recently inherited a collection of bourbon bottles (mostly full) and other bourbon go-withs from his grandfather, who use to work in the bourbon industry here in KY. I was wondering if anyone could ID this piece of glass and maybe what it was used for? Is it...
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    BOTTLE GIVE AWAY!!!

    Count me in please! Thanks
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    New Local Druggist - Stanford KY

    Thanks, don't have too many so far, although I'm not hunting them down through retail venues at this time. Relying on junk shops and flea markets. I need to find a KY druggists collector so I can see what's out there. I have druggists from: Louisville, Berea, Lexington, Stanford, Richmond.
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    PICTURE DRUGGISTS! From anywhere wanted, except for pestle & mortar.

    Nice KY druggists, really like that Bedford bottle. If you have anymore KY druggists I'd be interested in seeing some pictures. Thanks
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    New Local Druggist - Stanford KY

    Always looking for local druggists and came across this one tucked away on a shelf in a local junk shop. Excited to add it to my collection of KY druggists. Stanford is a small town ~ 25 mi from where I bought it. The bottle is ~3" tall. [attachment=Stanford Druggist(AY)(1)(1)(1).jpg]
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    Nice amber swirled Mason's Pat 1858

    Junkyard, didn't notice that. Whats the significance of that? I assume its just an embossing variant?Thanks

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