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    Two Tebbets one salt water and one fresh.
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    A rare color for C A Richards & Co
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    This will be the last for a day or two. Nice heavy snuff bottle, a nicely cracked(sarcasm helps with the heartbreak) G W Merchant, super crude mallet, and a Stoddard Tombstone flask
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    Broken or not, there are some absolutely beautiful finds in there! I would proudly display some of those bottles, holes or no holes some of them still display very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBottles View Post
    Broken or not, there are some absolutely beautiful finds in there! I would proudly display some of those bottles, holes or no holes some of them still display very well.
    Thanks Canadian, I love it all broken or whole. I have more I haven't posted..... yet. If it stays in the Arctic temps here.I may have to.

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    That is some beautiful and historical stuff even with the damage!

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    I've been out of pocket for the last few days and only just now getting to see these. Shellshocked, speechless, floored, I don't know what the right word is, but just seeing this stuff is something else. I just can't imagine finding anything like that. Most of your finds is the stuff of museums, broken or not. We all appreciate you taking the time to photograph and post all your finds for the rest of us to enjoy.

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    I'm glad you appreciate the show guys. Sandchip Id bet you could find things in the waters in Georgia, just hopefully no Alligators! Ive got more to post just waiting for the next blast of Arctic weather to do it.

    Couple more. these are a couple more really rare pieces of Stoddard glass and fresh from the Atlantic what would have been a nice big qt sized open pontil Clarkes Vegetable Sherry Wine Bitters Sharon Ma
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    Wow. I'd love to see the rest of that one with the applied spiral thread of glass. And the Clarke's with the barnacles makes for a great display piece.

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    Great photos!! Side note - I remember going to a yard sale back in the 1970s where the seller had a corner fragment of an old amber bitters bottle displayed. A sign at base of the fragment read "If this bottle were whole, it would be worth $125 - Make Offer....."



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