Bottles from my last 2 digs

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Found some good stuff recently, but I didn't get around to getting it up for a bit longer than usual. So here's a megapost of sorts.

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I previously found one of these J. N. Burrs without a neck. Super happy to find a whole one.

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A Henry Mueller with an NYC address. Online, I can only find mention/bottles of his from Paterson, NJ. I would guess he started in NYC and then moved to NJ, but it could just as easily be the other way around. Or A different bottler entirely.

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Phoenix Bottling Company for H. Clausen & Sons. I've found a ton of later shoulder embossed Phoenix bottles. Both are a little new for my tastes, but at least the embossing on this one is cool. The stain in this finally got me to cave and order some CLR.

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A Johann Hoff. Was pretty stoked by the shape when this came out of the ground, but was quickly dissapointed to learn these are pretty much a dime a dozen.

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A cool deep green 3 piece mold bottle, marked 15 K on the bottom. Haven't seen 3 piece molds used to make single serve beer bottles before, but I wouldn't be surprised to learn it was a common practice.

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A super crude crown top with tons of bubbles. This bottle was made by the same manufacturer who made my all time favorite slick bottle. Tons of seediness and a great crude shape on that one, maybe I'll post it later.

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closeup on some of the bubbles.

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Anyone know who made it? This one's B. A. 6, the other one I mentioned is B. A. 5.

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Some busted stuff I brought back for archival purposes; Geo. Cusick, Edmund Spieler, John Mack, Long Island Bottling Co, and J. Lebkuchner. Some kook has a whole Lebkuchner listed for 250 on his website.

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The nicer broken stuff; a stoneware marked Grosvenor, Glasgow, a Littlemore Pure Rye Maryland whiskey flask with tons of cracks on the back, and a pumpkinseed with suuuuper thin walls that I might of had a hand in the demise of.

I'm out of file space, so I'll attach my last pic in the comments. If you have any info on A. B. 6, please let me know. Thanks for reading
 
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Some smaller stuff. A Paul Jones sample, 2 gulden mustard barrels, a green blob top neck (are green 1880s-1890s blobs rare? I've never seen one), a wyeth bottle, a desk insert ink, a thick base with a cat that I'm going to attempt to make in to a paperweight, a nuclein (aulde) pharma, a National China Company "Hotel" bowl which will be used for stopper storage, and a nicer spoon. The bigger Gulden is a nice find. I've found around 10 of the smaller one, but this is the first of the larger variety. It looks a bit older than the smaller variants.
 

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Great Finds! super good to see your dig post! Just about every crude crowntop slick that Ive seen and had or at least held, and especially with those bottom marks have been English or Scottish manufacture. I have one that has an ash preserved label that I clear-coated; it reads E&J Burke Extra Stout Dublin
~Fred
 

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