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    Pair of NY Tenpins

    Two Tenpin blob sodas, Carl H Schulitz 1868 was Central Park Mineral Springs C-P M-S with embossing of Central Park Pavilion . Anybody know anything about Rayner's Specialties from New York Bottling Co.
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    Cool bottles. Carl Schultz provided the most unique Galveston soda bottle there is...I've always wondered why he didn't use them himself!
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    Wow! Is that some weird Hutch top?

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    Nope. You can see some discussion here:https://www.antique-bottles.net/show...330#post704330

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    Here's an interesting ad from 1897 that lists a Fred Rayner, successor to the New York Bottling Co as a distributor of Sparkling Kolafra, a beverage made from the African sterculia nut. It lists him at 620 W. 55th St.

    https://books.google.com/books?id=ZS...g%20Co&f=false

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    Great stuff, guys!

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    Very Cool.... Thanks

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    Very awesome great info ...
    "All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us."
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    Nice bottles Otto, love the 10 pin shape, likely because they are a flattened off torpedo. I have several in my collection, they are not that common around here with I think 10-12 different ones. They typically go for 80$-200$ depending where they were from. If you don't mind me asking what would you pay for these in NY.
    Bruce
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    Very nice!



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