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    Some from my new collection

    Probably nothing great here, but sure is cool to go through what I got:

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  2. #2
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    Yeah most of that stuff is pretty common unfortunately. I can't tell what the milk says but from my experience those shoulder-embossed milk bottles are usually not the rare ones.

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    Thank you very much, what era would you say these are from?

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    They look to me to date from the 1920s to 1940s, roughly.

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    Thanks ,cb

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    if you find anything more interesting in the mix , I'd try cleaning it off a bit so its not so dusty and dirty

    also if you try and sell any of the extra's or stuff you don't want to antiques stores or such , they won't want to buy it if there going to have to spend hours cleaning it so its nice enough to put on display , they like stuff that's ready for sale and needs little work

  7. #7
    that Clorox bottle would be good for target practice, we find to many of those here!lol



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