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Roger may have gone off for the weekend. It's probably just a missed check box for the category but he's the only one that can change it.
Still no go Roger
I am downsizing my bottle collection further (down to about 10 bottles once this is over). Currently I am offering the following bottles up for sale here before I put them on eBay.
Oh yeah I don't doubt that a lot of these high shipping prices are legit. At least up here the cost to ship anything has gotten massively high.
And they would not let them stop Saturday delivery to save some money. Now they charge rates on not only the weight, but also the size of the box. The volume it takes up in the truck.
Uncle_Jarvis, nothing to add to the earlier information except that the information about the origin of the bottle at CC Atlanta appears to hold true sans any disputes to the contrary. Would love to...
Thanks again sandchip! I'll send him an email later on today. If I hear back from him I'll be sure to post what he says here.
That sure cleaned up nice. A nice piece of Americana. One of the very first bottles I ever dug in 1969 when I was 14 with my toy Relco detector.
Since it's hand blown, would that place it earlier than I thought, possibly to pre WW1? I am leaning towards german in origin, Kummel is actually spelled with an umlaut (double dot) over the 'u'.