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  1. timeinabottle

    Estate Sale Find

    Nice finds. Once in a while those estates pay off!
  2. timeinabottle

    Mansfield Bottle works

    Thanks Leon, I just identified every hutch I own using that site!
  3. timeinabottle

    OLD OIL BOTTLES

    Those sell crazy fast on eBay. Anything auto related is hot. IMO I’d put $25 to 30 each and see what happens. The spouts are in great shape. 8 bottles plus the carrier should fetch $150 to $225 or so.
  4. timeinabottle

    Bottle bottoms with elaborate maker's mark found near Toledo

    I was thinking a possible combo only used for a short time. The M and T certainly match. That was a great site-nice work.
  5. timeinabottle

    MOXIE GOLD?!?!?!?!?!

    Very nice-congrats!
  6. timeinabottle

    Bottle bottoms with elaborate maker's mark found near Toledo

    It may be Modes-Turner brothers from Indiana.??? http://glassloversglassdatabase.com/marks/ats00004.html
  7. timeinabottle

    Bottle bottoms with elaborate maker's mark found near Toledo

    I’d check here; https://sha.org/bottle/pdffiles/MLogoTable.pdf
  8. timeinabottle

    is it real

    Jars were used over and over so it should have obvious signs of wear on the base. If it looks brand new, it probably is. You may have a nice one though but it’s too difficult to tell from one photo.
  9. timeinabottle

    my first ever attempt at a fancy antique/midcentury furnished room...

    I like it! We have themes from different eras in time used in different rooms of the house. One of my favorites is the (sort of) late 1800’s bar and pool hall.
  10. timeinabottle

    McKearin ID help please

    Yes-it is. Is that good or bad on flask’s? I’m assuming good.
  11. timeinabottle

    McKearin ID help please

    The only historical flask I own and I don’t know the McKearin number for it. I’ve had this for close to 30 years now! It’s a Pittsburg double eagle, I believe it to be a rare color: that being a true light amethyst, and it’s about 5 or 6” tall. No Pontil. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  12. timeinabottle

    Shelfware, turned, iron pontil

    No prob. I was just being silly!
  13. timeinabottle

    Shelfware, turned, iron pontil

    Hi beer dude! Now that the moderators removed the spam, now mine is!
  14. timeinabottle

    NEW ADDITIONS FROM THE PAST WEEK

    That’s cool! Here’s my best tray.
  15. timeinabottle

    Shelfware, turned, iron pontil

    Unique bottle here that I believe is a Shelfware or shop furniture bottle (https://sha.org/bottle/medicinal.htm#Shop Furniture) that has what I would call a puce color with an iron Pontil. There is no seam whatsoever so I think it is turned as well. Riter Brothers opened in 1891. Would you agree...
  16. timeinabottle

    Hello

    These guys know their stuff. Welcome and happy collecting!
  17. timeinabottle

    Who Collects Black Glass?

    I’d like the link to that site if you’re willing to share please.
  18. timeinabottle

    Who Collects Black Glass?

    I’m not educated enough in this style if bottle to give a good opinion! It certainly has the shape of an ale bottle though. It’s sexy for sure!
  19. timeinabottle

    Who Collects Black Glass?

    These 3 are new to me. I’m a novice to this style. Why are they called black glass when they aren’t black?

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