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    Detroit Demolition Find again, Part 2?

    Wow, Having good luck Lately, after Work Friday find a nice Hutch at a House Demo & now again Today after work I find another at a House Demo. BUT, This time a Cobalt Blue Hutch. Some Teaser Pics below. LEON.Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice!!!! Are you digging yet?

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    Ooh, very nice! I'm so envious of the cobalt Hutches you have down there in Detroit. Looking forward to seeing it cleaned up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by southern Maine diver View Post
    Nice!!!! Are you digging yet?

    Might get out this coming Saturday. If so I'll be digging either some Privy's or a Cistern. LEON.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBottles View Post
    Ooh, very nice! I'm so envious of the cobalt Hutches you have down there in Detroit. Looking forward to seeing it cleaned up!

    Thanks, it will need a tumble, it's got that rainbow irridecense look to it. LEON.

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    Pic after washing the dirt out of it. Not sure I'd call it a Hutch, It's more like a Transition bottle between the Squat/Pony bottles they had in 1870's & the Hutch in the 1880's. LEON.

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    Great looking bottle! Congratulations on the find.

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    Gee, if it's not a Hutch, you probably don't want it then. Who would ever want a cobalt, embossed, 1870ish, pre-hutch era bottle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by southern Maine diver View Post
    Gee, if it's not a Hutch, you probably don't want it then. Who would ever want a cobalt, embossed, 1870ish, pre-hutch era bottle?

    Yeah, I was going to throw it back & leave it behind when I noticed it wasn't a hutch. But, Since I already got a darker blue one in the Collection I figured it would look good next to it with the lighter blue. LEON.

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    Wicked find!



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