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    Senior Member Bottle Finder PlaneDiggerCam's Avatar
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    2 Amazing finds!!! Killer Embossed Hoseradish

    Just got back from a dig at my cove dump which produced lots of bottles including these beauties! I will post the other finds when I have more time. For now enjoy these Killer bottles!

    Pure Horse Radish H.D. Geer Three Rivers, Mass. (It does have two small flashes but it is still a beauty!).

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    Cobalt pill bottle with a monogram

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    As I said earlier I will show the rest when I have more time to clean them.

    Thanks for reading,
    PlaneDiggerCam

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    Senior Member Bottle Master iggyworf's Avatar
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    Love that horse radish, it's a beauty!

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    That horseradish bottle is fantastic! It looks a lot more like a typical British bottle than an American one. And I think I used to know what that PP monogram stood for but can't for the life of me remember.

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    Nice finds! I have had the horse radish but they were usually stained and lighter aqua. The cobalt is from the Brunswick Pharmacal Co. (some examples have B.P. Co. embossed above the mirrored Ps). Circa 1896-1910.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIBottleguy View Post
    Nice finds! I have had the horse radish but they were usually stained and lighter aqua. The cobalt is from the Brunswick Pharmacal Co. (some examples have B.P. Co. embossed above the mirrored Ps). Circa 1896-1910.
    Thanks for the information! I gad hought that this dump was finished, but it looks like I still have a lot more to go.

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    I like that horseradish bottle!



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