It's what would be called a mug base Hutchinson or Hutch for short Soda Bottle with a Blank Sluge Plate (no name) Made from around 1879 to around 1910 time frame. Not much value with no name but Rare to find laying in any Field. LEON.
UPDATE: Looks like willong beat me to the question by a few...
Doing a search on 3 rivers bottles in here comes up with at least 10 pages of results, you should find your answer in here somewhere? Link below, click on it. Leon.
After looking through ebay completed Auctions it looks like it only showed up that one time. if listed before it had to be over 3 months ago as ebay only goes back 3 months for completed or sold Auctions. Leon.
Yeah, I bought that one that was just on ebay. Thought it was interesting & liked it. thought it went cheap but really don't know as I never seen another at Auction but don't look for them. Never seen your Pabst, seems interesting also. LEON.
You should do good on it, I'd like to see what it gets, Any 1850's or early1860's Pontiled Beer embossed is Rare in my opinion. Seems like 1850's Pontiled embossed soda's are more commonly found then beers but none are really common. Any idea on what you think it might get? Post link when it...
For me it would be hard to put a price on those Bottles. Some like the newer common screw tops might get or be worth as little as $1.00 each & you might have some rarer older Cork Tops that might be worth as much as $100.00 each? And anywhere in between. Good luck. LEON.
Here's a Bottle I only partially Tumbled. It was pretty sick & had that Rainbow Color look to it but it was not pretty, pretty ugly really. SO, I gave it 2 days in 1500 grit Silicone Carbide Cutter. This will quickly get rid of any heavy duty sickness. But, after 2 days of course silicone...
Looks pre 1900 possibly. Don't know anything about it but would be interested in it. We were just talking about another Huntsville Saloon Bar Flask called Easleys in here a few weeks ago. I got relatives/family that live in Huntsville area & go down there often but not lately. LEON.