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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by WesternPA-collector View Post
    A Richard Mudnut New York bottle.
    Lol, I would have kept that for the name alone.

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    I had a request to post photos of recently found bottles that weren't broken so here they are. Also some jars too.

    A 1942 Rolling Rock Bottle from the Internal Revenue Tax Paid era.

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    1940 cork-top Listerine bottle from Owens-Illinois.

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    1953 Model Dairy Bottle (Connellsville, PA)

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    Three nice mason jars from Ball, Atlas, and Anchor Hocking.

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    1964 Regent Supreme Beverages made by Glenshaw

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    A pair of cobalt blue Bourjois Evening in Paris talcum powder bottles.

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    Arbuckle Brothers Chicago Vanilla Extract Bottle

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    Assorted smalls. 2 corktop medicines. A cobalt blue Vick's. And 2 ink bottles.

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    1932 Connellsville Bottling made by Owens-Illinois

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    Squibb medicine made by Anchor Hocking in Connellsville.

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    Extremely rare 1943 Victory Hom-pak mason jar made by J.T.& A. Hamilton in Pittsburgh. I found an appropriate zinc / porcelain lid for it from the era.

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    A Deerfield, Ohio ginger ale bottle, believed to be from the 1920's.

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    A pair of Hires Root Beer extract bottles.

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    A large 7 3/4" cobalt blue Emerson Bromo-Seltzer bottle.

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    A large fancy 1954 whiskey flask that holds 28 ounces.

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    A pair of apple cider vinegar bottles made by Owens-Illinois.

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  3. #13
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    Nice

  4. #14
    Good photography. Photographing glass is an art. Need to get you some older bottles now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Good photography. Photographing glass is an art. Need to get you some older bottles now.
    Thanks, it really can be. I have some older ones, but nothing like some of the members here. I don't know the spots with the 1800's bottles around here.



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