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Amber one pint flask. Colonial and nautical themes. Dating question.

Bufflehead

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Dec 30, 2019
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Hi everyone,
Been a while. Was able to get out and found a new (to me) spot. Picking through some surface stuff and this caught my eye. A lot of interesting details and subject matter. Any ideas about date and type. Screw top whisky flask 1942?
 

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CanadianBottles

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May 24, 2014
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I don't know if that's the date code or not but it certainly looks like it dates to roughly that era. Certainly got some good detail on it!
 

FloridaDigger

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Aug 21, 2008
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Hi. Yes this bottle is from the 1940's. I have dug a couple of them here in Florida. I fouind them in a layer that was nearly all 1940's to 1950's range. It was from a large city dump dating from 1890's up to about 1965. Very common bottle. Very little value; ...but cool. If it was full and un-opened then you would have something! tasty.
 

Bufflehead

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Dec 30, 2019
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Hi. Yes this bottle is from the 1940's. I have dug a couple of them here in Florida. I fouind them in a layer that was nearly all 1940's to 1950's range. It was from a large city dump dating from 1890's up to about 1965. Very common bottle. Very little value; ...but cool. If it was full and un-opened then you would have something! tasty.
That's a Paul Jones whiskey flask:


Here is some info on the company:

That's a Paul Jones whiskey flask:


Here is some info on the company:

Hey thanks for the info. Very helpful. noticed this error. Make it any more or less collectible?
 

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