“A rare wine” bottle found in the woods of Leadville colorado

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Mackaroni

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This is my first post here so apologies if this post is dumb, however I’m in possession of a green wine bottle with some writing on it, it’s not embossed but the words look stamped on. I’ve tried to do as much research on this bottle as I can and I thought I’ve dug deep enough on the internet to find any information on it that I can with no luck, I’ve even asked the guy who provides all the bottles for the vintage shops in the area and he’s never seen anything like it. If anybody could tell me literally anything about this bottle it would be greatly appreciated. 4FC513C3-6149-47E1-936F-A03E267528D6.jpeg
 

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Made by a Owens-Ill. glass house in 1947. Nice find. Its in pretty good shape. Congrats.
 

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Wow that's a very interesting and unusual find! An ACL crown top bowling pin wine bottle marked with the name of a drug store is not something I ever would have imagined would exist. Really a combination of just two of those characteristics, like a wine bottle marked with a drug store name, or an ACL wine bottle, or a bowling pin wine bottle, would be quite an unusual find by itself.
 

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