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Jeffsattic21

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Looking to ID and see about the age on this if it rings anyones bells. The only letter I see are faintly embossed on the bottom (K B L ? ). There looks like a T at the bottom of the KBL. There are a few bubbles but nothing else but the double seam that disappear about a 1/2” from the top. Bottle is damn near unused based on wear and tear.
I also have a hutch, unmarked and unused along with several pharmacy bottles thay were never put to use Came from the dig at the maddox park site in Atlanta in the early to mid 70’s.
 

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DavidW

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It's probably a product of Kilner Bros, from England. There is confusion on what period of time that mark dates from (K B L T) but from the "look" I would guess it's a mineral water bottle from the 1880-1910 period. Maybe some of the diggers who have encountered this type of bottle can give a better timeline / estimate.
 

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