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    Dr. Dimock's tamarac bitters buffalo new york?

    Does anybody know anything about this bottle? did a search in here & elsewhere but nothing turned up. any info appreciated. THANKS, LEON.Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi Leon,

    It is listed in the 1998 edition of 'Bitters Bottles' by Ring & Ham as D75.5 where it is rated as extremely rare, pp192.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Wiltshire View Post
    Hi Leon,

    It is listed in the 1998 edition of 'Bitters Bottles' by Ring & Ham as D75.5 where it is rated as extremely rare, pp192.



    OK, Thanks for that info, much appreciated. LEON.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwtop View Post
    That's a beauty! Did you find that one?

    NO, Didn't find it but I did find this Herzburgs Bitters also extremely rare. Found a Extremely rare 1860's Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	189594Newmans Golden Fruit Bitter before too.
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    Hi again Leon,

    Forgive me if you already know this but Dr. Dimock of Buffalo also produced Tally-Ho Bitters
    which was put up in a bottle of similar shape and colour to the Tamarac Bitters.
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    Ring & Ham is catalogue the Tally-Ho Bitters as D76 and rate it as rare.
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    Ferdinand Meyer has provided some background information on Dr. Dimock on his Peachridge Glass site which is linked below.


    https://www.peachridgeglass.com/2017...ly-ho-bitters/

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    NO, Did not know anything about the Tally Ho, I was looking for that Peachridge Glass site but forget the name & couldn't find it but thats where I got info on some other Bitters bottles before. Anyways, Thanks for the link & the Info. LEON.

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    Were all these bitters USA products? If so, generally distributed and found out West, Midwest or East coast regions; or virtually anywhere?

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    I live in Detroit so thats where these were found. The Herbergs is from Philadelphia I think & Newmans maybe Rochester New York? Cant remember exactly. LEON.



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