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Clorox and Clo-White

matthew lucier

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I saw east texas terry's post on purex bottles and was wondering if anyone knows which of these bottles is the oldest and which is the most desirable for collector's. I've been told it's the ear and not the handle.


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CanadianBottles

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These look like they'll all date to roughly the same period, it'd be hard to date them precisely without date codes. As for collectability I'm not aware of any screw-top Clorox bottles being desirable to collectors, they're one of those things that I always leave behind when I encounter them in the woods.
 

matthew lucier

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Oct 19, 2020
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These look like they'll all date to roughly the same period, it'd be hard to date them precisely without date codes. As for collectability I'm not aware of any screw-top Clorox bottles being desirable to collectors, they're one of those things that I always leave behind when I encounter them in the woods.
Thank you. I just like having them because they're just another "set" in my collection.

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east texas terry

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THEY LOOK GOOD ON DISPLAY MOST OF THE SAW MILL GHOST TOWN I HUNT I DO NOT FIND CLOROX BOTTLE JUST PUREX BOTTLE THAT OR HEAVY DEBOSSED THEY ARE A GREAT HOME DECORE BOTTLE THAT THE ANTIQUE STORE SELL
 
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east texas terry

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Sep 19, 2019
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I saw east texas terry's post on purex bottles and was wondering if anyone knows which of these bottles is the oldest and which is the most desirable for collector's. I've been told it's the ear and not the handle.


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THERE IS A SITE THAT WILL HELP YOU TO AGE THE BOTTLES GO TO WWW.THECLOROXCOMPANY.COM
 

ROBBYBOBBY64

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Jan 11, 2020
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These look like they'll all date to roughly the same period, it'd be hard to date them precisely without date codes. As for collectability I'm not aware of any screw-top Clorox bottles being desirable to collectors, they're one of those things that I always leave behind when I encounter them in the woods.
I like to knap the bottoms into a spearpoint. I try to keep the embossed word Clorox in the diamond on the one side.
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ROBBYBOBBY64

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