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  1. #11
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    Here are acouple of my Texas whiskey bottles!

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    The Black Elephant, Iron Front & the Sedberry flasks are my rarest bottles. I have 28 Texas whiskey/saloon bottles, 40 Texas pre pro shot glasses and 10 Texas corkscrews. I've been collecting since I got out of the Marine Corps in 1998.

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    nhpharm,
    You listed some good bottles, unfortunately I have those bottles. I know a couple of collectors that might be interested in them. Click image for larger version. 

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    We dig the smaller Sweet Revenge bottles from time to time but not the larger size...nice pair! The B.A. Cook bottles (the Sweet Revenge and Brookhill bottles) all come out of circa 1910-1915 holes.

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    Thats a nice and interesting piece!

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    Senior Member Bottle Master Bass Assassin's Avatar
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    Those are nice flasks. Like those backwards "n's" in Anderson.

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    that is an awesome pumpkinseed. you are in a great collecting category. very cool.

    wish you lots of luck filling in the blank spots.

    Jim

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    Hey nhpharm,
    How much do you want for all three of the B.A. Cook bottles? I know a collector who is interested in them.

    Thanks , ken

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    Ken,

    I appreciate the interest but I'm not selling them at this time. If I happen to dig a duplicate I'll let you know for sure...

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    I would like to have pictures of any TX whiskey bottles, jugs, mini jugs and shot glasses you have or your friends have. I'm putting a website together with all the TX bottles, jugs, mini jugs and shot glasses I can get my hands on. I will have have all the city directories and Texas gazetteer and Brad dunn info on TX saloons. And also a link where you can get all the TX Sanborn maps that are available.
    I've been collecting since 98 when I got out of the Marine Corps. Any info you can share would be appreciated. Thanks for the help
    This is what I have now
    1. Whiskey bottle 115
    2. Jug 104
    3. mini 154

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    Senior Member Bottle Master sandchip's Avatar
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    My one and only Texas bottle. I stopped by a shop in Americus, Ga. one day for the first time, didn't see much at all, and asked the owner if he had any bottles. He said that he had a few in back (not many, maybe one box). One of the bottles was a only known pint Americus flask, which he eventually sold to me. I stopped by a couple of months later and he had another box in back that a old fella had come walking up the street toting on his shoulder. In it was the Holley and a half-pint version of the Americus flask of which there are only a handful known. He my bes' friend, now!

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