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Another Late 1800s Hole

CanadianBottles

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May 24, 2014
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I missed most of these, you've made some nice finds! That W.P. Hartley is the best one I've ever seen, it's a common jar but I've never seen one with such a well-defined lighthouse. Usually it's just the vague outline of one. Fun fact about Hartley by the way, the P in his name stood for Pickles.
Great embossing on that bed bug killer as well, never seen that one before.
 
Sep 17, 2020
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Awesome finds buddy! Was hoping a pontil would of showed after a couple rolled lips came out! All very great finds to why looked like a few great days of digging. Keep it up!
 

RelicRaker

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Mar 13, 2017
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And, some stragglers... bowth blown examples.
Bromo-Caffeine BIM.jpg

....different from the bromo-caffeine earlier in the thread.

The branding font seems smaller on this bottle than on other Bromo minis I've dug.
Bromo mini BIM small font.jpg
 
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