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    Senior Member Bottle Master hemihampton's Avatar
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    The Bottles Makers Mark on Bottom I looked up & ends up it dates from 1878-1883. LEON.Attachment 190709Attachment 190710Click image for larger version. 

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    Can't see the pictures, but i wish i could. Any thoughts?

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    Good stuff. Looks fun and interesting. And yes anything from 1800's is old! If some diggers only want bottles under 1850's I'd say they are beyond spoiled.

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    Senior Member Bottle Master hemihampton's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bottlecrazy View Post
    Can't see the pictures, but i wish i could. Any thoughts?
    Yeah, This site is kinda screwed up. the pics were there at first & then later disappeared. I try adding them again. Let me know if you can see them now? LEON.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielinAk View Post
    Yeah buddy way to go


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    Thanks Daniel. LEON.

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    Great digs, Leon!

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    Pictures are back, and I'm glad they are! Nice digs.

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    Awesome!

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    Nice finds! I didn't know those Doyle's were considered common, still a really attractive bottle. I like the look of that Ziem Bros too, pretty crude embossing for a slug plate.

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    Right on ! Love those old slug plate beer bottles.



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