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    Just aquired some Connecticut milks and a middletown RI milk.

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    The person I got these from dredged them from Long Island Sound. The one on the left is a Quart New Haven Creamery Co. New Haven, Conn. The one on the right is a Pint Roundhill Farms (T) Greenwich, Conn. Why is the Greenwich Conn embossed with a "T" in the middle?

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    This bottle was dredged too. It's embossed One Quart Brookfield Farm Middletown R.I. Does anyone know the rarity and any information on this one? Is it common?

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    The brothers that owned the dairy had the last name Tuthill.

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    I like the Brookfield Farm, I have one that is BIM which is pretty rare, yours looks ABM but still quite collectible. I'd say uncommon at least.



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