Thanx VernorsGuy! I would love to have a cardboard display like that one. I will keep an eye out for the bottles. Thanx!
Looks like you live in SE Michigan. Try your local Kroger store. This is the display at mine. It has my name on it when theyíre done with it.
Did you just ask for the display and they said yes?
Yes! They just throw them away.
Bummer! I have been to 4 different Kroger's and even a 2 Meijer and could not find that display. Might try again at some other Kroger's.
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JKL thanks!.... jarhead67 you are quite right, many tough to get items do come up on ebay!....and thanks for recognising the fact that just these bottles alone are quite the grouping, pretty amazing...
I truly believe they have some older stuff underneath the 1899 house to 12 ft from the trash pit thatís on a embankment near the river. The 1807 house they put a shotgun house that attaches to the...
Here's a picture of the bottom.
OK, That one is extremely common. maybe worth $1.00 at most. You pretty much need to find that in a cone top if rusty to have any value. LEON.
Adam I appreciate it so much. Is there a name for the top of this bottle? I liked it because Iíve never seen one that looked like this one.
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Interesting looking bottle! I think it held some type of medicine and the roman numerals meant the volume. Not sure about the weird mark. Maybe it was the glass manufacturer mark. You can search...
They were all surface finds. I was surprised the canteen was in such good shape. I'm thinking about buying some old wooden crates to display all of my hobblescirts.
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