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    Senior Member Bottle Master dygger60's Avatar
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    Here is a couple of scarce jars....

    Here is a set of unique jars with a mysterious history. These jars were dug at the glass house in Wheeling, West Virginia....and to date, no complete examples exist..I have talked to a couple people and they confirmed what the person I got them from said....ALL known example of this jar are broken..who knows what happened, maybe the contract was canceled...whoknows...but awfully cool jars... BRADNER, FALLOUR & FAUT'S Click image for larger version. 

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    Great jars, wish there were jars like that down here in the south. Pickings have gotten awful slim in the last couple years.

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    That is a good thing up here....lots and lots of early American history.....



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