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A S HINDS BOTTLE

Csa

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Oct 21, 2020
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Nice bottle. I think Robby is right. I dug a nice Hinds honey and almond cream bottle with much plainer embossing. Yours must be much older. Mine is no doubt 30s or 40s. Mine is a little tough to read since I put the tip of my hand shovel right through the front of it!! Was kinda pissed at the time since the cap was so intact!
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ROBBYBOBBY64

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Jan 11, 2020
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Been there buddy. Murphys law probably should add if you break a bottle while digging it will always be embossed. Never a broken slick, indestructible. Actually I find plenty of broken and chipped slicks I guess because I don't care about them it doesn't bother me as much.
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east texas terry

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Sep 19, 2019
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Nice bottle. I think Robby is right. I dug a nice Hinds honey and almond cream bottle with much plainer embossing. Yours must be much older. Mine is no doubt 30s or 40s. Mine is a little tough to read since I put the tip of my hand shovel right through the front of it!! Was kinda pissed at the time since the cap was so intact! View attachment 220691
THIS A S HINDS IS A EARLY 1900,S THE CENTER EMBOSSING HAS A M S A
IT WAS A HONEY CREAM . I HAVE DUG THE ONE YOU HAVE IN A 1930 DUMP SITE
 
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