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    Identify Applied Lip Found Today

    Hi Guys,
    I think I found a pretty old one today. Maybe you can help educate me. I think I am on top of a bottle dump on my property here in Kingston, Mass. I found this along with a broken stoneware jug. I got the very nice top to the jug and a portion of the side which has blue lettering on it. I plan on searching for the rest of it.
    This bottle stands 3.5" and has a "2" on bottom. As well, the seam ends at the very bottom of the neck. I notice what appear to be air bubbles. Apologies for the inverted pics. Still trying to figure that out.
    Any info would be greatly appreciated!

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    Senior Member Bottle Master
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    Tooled lip bottle for extract or medicine, probably 1890-1910. Definitely the right age for some good stuff!

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    Could have been blown at any of 100 more more glass houses of the time. Very common. Most interesting if found with an interesting label.

    Jim G

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    Senior Member Bottle Master sandchip's Avatar
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    As nhpharm said, tooled lip, not applied, but hand blown nonetheless. Looking forward to seeing what else you come up with.

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    Thank you for the info, guys. I will keep you updated. I found a small screwtop with a hallmark. I'll post tomorrow.
    Thanks!



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