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    Hey everybody some news ones. Plus one that i would like a particular look at.

    Please give me some info on the Horlicks, its from my home town Racine and I'd possible like to have it tumbled/cleaned. Age and if its worth it to have it tumbled.
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    Last edited by neatthings; 10-04-2016 at 04:08 PM.

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    Senior Member Bottle Master
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    Apr 2015
    Here is one that is cleaned on Ebay not sure the age, but my guess would be some around the 1910's. I am not a pro on jars so that might not be close. Here is a 7" one not sure what height your's is

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    Senior Member Bottle Master andy volkerts's Avatar
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    Jan 2005
    Sacramento, California
    I would say that buying the cleaned one from e-bay would be the best choice. after sending your bottle both ways (postage) plus bottle cleaning fee, you would have more invested than what your bottle is worth.....and your bottle looks to be turn of the century1895-1910

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    Senior Member Bottle Master
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    Mar 2008
    Providence, RI
    Unfortunately Horlicks are super common ($1-2) and tumbling costs $15-20. Trust me, you'll find more of them!

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    Senior Member Bottle Master
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    The woods North of Spirit Lake, Idaho
    I definitely agree with the others, don't waste your money on cleaning a super common jar.

    Collect: 1/4 & 1/2 Oz Pharm / Drugs - 1 Oz "Stand Up" Pharms - WAW-WAW anything - Santa Ana, CA & Coeur d' Alene, ID bottles. TRADES available


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