Originally Posted by BillHaddo
Here's two bottles I have found. The white one has both English and French , so it is probably newer. Attachment 188975
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i have one of the red/white label ones that I found swimming a few years ago , I think there 60's or 70's era .
Thanks again sandchip! I'll send him an email later on today. If I hear back from him I'll be sure to post what he says here.
That sure cleaned up nice. A nice piece of Americana. One of the very first bottles I ever dug in 1969 when I was 14 with my toy Relco detector.
Since it's hand blown, would that place it earlier than I thought, possibly to pre WW1? I am leaning towards german in origin, Kummel is actually spelled with an umlaut (double dot) over the 'u'.
Found it! listed as # 188 in the Red Book. Quart With a repo clamp listed as 100-150
Found these, would have been a great jar!
https://sha.org/bottle/pdffiles/Cohansey.pdf about 1/2 way down...
any way to take off the base so we can see the finish on the base glass? I cant find any jar with that embossing, perhaps made specifically like that, sort of like other glass candle chimneys. ...
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