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CEO. Lamb & Co.

cyberdigger

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Nov 29, 2008
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Those are good looking blobs! BTW it's GEO as in George Lamb.. he was W A French's accountant before starting his own bottling co.
 

ROBBYBOBBY64

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Those are good looking blobs! BTW it's GEO as in George Lamb.. he was W A French's accountant before starting his own bottling co.
Thanks for the correction, that makes more sense. Not much difference in the G and C except the little nub on the bottom right side. Also i admit being in a rush. I have alot more bottles than that need cleaning. They got to look their for their photo shoot (I take 10 pictures and am lucky to get one halfway decent one) then i can post them. Busy,busy,busy!
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ROBBYBOBBY64

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Jan 11, 2020
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One day ...I'll own such a bottle !!!!
I used to go camping down in Red Bank. I went with a dozen or so friends and was up all night. We used to have a total blast. Never looked for bottles. There must be a dump somewhere in them woods. The area is known as the pine barrens. It is 1,100,000 acres of pinetree forest. It occupies 22% of New Jerseys total land mass.
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cyberdigger

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Nov 29, 2008
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NJ
Alrighty then let me jump in and do a little clarification thing here..

There are two Red Banks in NJ. The real one :cool: is in Monmouth county, on the Navesink river. That's where this bottle comes from. And there are no camping spots in this Red Bank, good luck finding a parking spot..!
 

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