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    J. W. & Co. Peppersauce

    Dug this peppersauce in Galveston on Sunday. Gloppy applied lip, looks to be early 1870's. Embossed on one panel J.W. & Co. I've never seen one before...anyone have any clue where they are from or what the company was? Zumwalt lists it but has no information except to state that it is "extremely rare".
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    Senior Member Bottle Master sandchip's Avatar
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    Nice!

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    I don't know anything about this bottle, but I do know this: With a neck that long and thin, it's a miracle that you found it intact. Congratulations!

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    Yeah...stuff like this is usually broken. I'm hoping someone knows what the company was.

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    Dandy!



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