Hey. I was just looking at this thread and I never posted an example of the 8 sided weiss beer that has a mold problem in the word EMPTY. These are harder to find and crude looking.
Great thread! Quite an assortment of bottles for one company. Very educational. I always enjoy learning about bottles I haven't paid much attention to in the past. I will have to start looking more closely at Graf bottle in the future.
Thanks Shotdwn. And welcome to the forum. Good luck out there collecting.
even without a date code , we still have a pretty good idea when it would of been used , 8 bubble bottles would have to be from the mid to late 30's , that seems to be when they were used
Deploy an SMB on an emergency/rapid surface. One can also use an SMB to mark your treasure to recover after bottle change. Nice bottle HP!
Cool story! Love that tin sign.
This decanter belongs to my mom. She is hoping to get any sort of information about it: what type of liquid did it hold? do the images on the decanter have a name? does the bird stopper go with...
Oh wow yeah I didn't realize how big it was. I've never seen anything like that in use in Canada, I wish it had a paper label as well because I'd be really curious to see who was using it.
That is definitely not from the early 1900s and has nothing to do with Karl Hutter. That's a no-deposit beer bottle from the latter part of the 20th century.
Great find!...those darn Consumers glass (No date code)