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    Member New Bottler Aaronbottleman's Avatar
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    My Great grandmothers bottle

    This isn't the best and I wish the label was whole but I was givin this by my family it has part of my grandmothers name and the town Fremont Nc still intact . That makes it my prized possession. Aaron.
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    Member New Bottler Ace31's Avatar
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    Nice.
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    This bottle was given to me by my grandmother in 1970ís and told me it was given to her,by her mother (my great grandmother) in 1930ís ER Durkee with original contents (curry powder) and original cork and label thus making this a true gem/treasure.
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ID:	180402 Well that didnít work out so well
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    Even upside down, that's a nice one! I think I have one or two E.R. Durkee bottles somewhere but not with that nice embossing that yours has. What's the picture of?

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    Durkee early version A gauntlet metal part of a suit of armor that would protect your hand



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