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    AMBER MASON MIDGET on feeBay

    Just amazing, can you imagine when this cobalt jar was manufactured what $36,000.00 would buy at the time of manufacture back then? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    AMBER MASON MIDGET on feeBay

    Thanks for posting that picture. That color is quite impressive. Was this considered a “one off” or were there others in this light amber run? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    AMBER MASON MIDGET on feeBay

    Did anyone save a picture of this before the auction closed? I’d love to see what brought that price. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Galveston Dig

    The fourth image, what kind of large flared lip bottle was that, some kind bath or toilet water? Super cool. The coffin flasks and the ribbon flasks are cool too. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Galveston Dig

    Wow, that’s quite a haul, you must be smiling ear to ear. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Central Texas Digging

    Embalming fluid would have ounce markings on one of the sides. That one of my favorite collectible genres. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Dr. Pepper bottle found at our family homeplace.

    And that obsession only gets worse[emoji16][emoji1303] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    carnival glass coca cola bottle

    This Coca Cola does have very “carnival glass” qualities, opalescence usually causes some cloudiness. Your bottle is fairly transparent. It’s a beauty and does seem to be fully colored as in treated like carnival glass. Did you dig this from a pit or dump? It may be opalization or as you said it...
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    carnival glass coca cola bottle

    Omg, aren’t those really something. The opalescence on the Barrel shaped bottle is outstanding! To me, because I collect for aesthetics and in certain veins of bottle makes( bitters, whiskey, flasks, demijohns, gin, embalming fluid, quilted cobalt poisons ) a bottle that has a high degree of...
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    Urgent! pontil? What? Value?

    It’s a sauce or condiment bottle. Early 1880’s 1900’s. $20 seems reasonable[emoji3] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    A few questions for the bottle-nerds out there

    I’m amazed to see so many colors, I had no idea that insulators were or could be so colorful. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    What to do?

    I think that about eBay purchases sometimes. I collect granite ware in colors cobalt, green, yellow, white and a teal blue. I’m partial to big stirring spoons for big pots of stew or beans. I always have to wonder what that spoon was used for last. Radioactivity is another concern when...
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    Attic Finds

    This bFound this in my liquor stash last night. I got this from a 96 yr old lady that had passed when I emptied out her rental. The triple sec was still great. It’s quite a heavy bottle with the “fed law prohibits sale or reuse” warning. So I was also trying to decipher the age on the bottom...
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    Found these Bottles in my yard

    That looks like a milking bucket, my grandpa was a dairy man and the bales on milking buckets were beefy like this one. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Early Abandoned House with antiques inside!

    When I was a kid in 1962, I lived in a rural town in northern Nevada, 5000 people, there was an “abandoned “China town” block with ramshackle houses decaying. The interior walls had newspaper dated 1901 on the walls nailed or pasted to them, my mom pointed out the date, she was a fascinated as...
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    H.J. Heinz 341

    Fascinating, would that be useful in mines to assess oar or mineral veins? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Early Abandoned House with antiques inside!

    Like in the news now, Ahmaud Aubrey, jogging( African American) looks at a house being built, doesn’t touch or take any thing, continues his run and out of nowhere come three guys with guns, they shoot and kill Aubrey, no questions asked, shot him and he dies. Yes times have changed, be very...
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    Early Abandoned House with antiques inside!

    An early electric refrigerator( it replaced the Ice box.) I remember them as a little kid, late 50’s early 60. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Galveston Dig

    Beautiful opalessence Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Holy glowing glass batman lol !!!

    Pyrex, jadite Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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