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ROBBYBOBBY64

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Jan 11, 2020
348
43
New Jersey
Looks familiar! LOL. I am gonna try to frankenstein this one. I just need to find an other bottle light blue crown top to cut up. Like a parts car. I need to borrow its lip. I will post any failure or success i have with it buddy.
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Great Radium spring water co Pittsfield Mass. 1910. One just sold on ebay for $60 plus shipping.
 
Mar 3, 2020
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3
IMHO id leave it, & possibly lightly sand down the sharp edges. Only cause if youd want to fix it you have to probably cut the top of & add another top.. which would in a sense make it more damaged then it already is..
 

Dewfus

Bottle digger extrodiner
Nov 30, 2019
235
28
Ligonier,Indiana
IMHO id leave it, & possibly lightly sand down the sharp edges. Only cause if youd want to fix it you have to probably cut the top of & add another top.. which would in a sense make it more damaged then it already is..
If it isnt worth anything it's worth it which i would t think this is worth but 1 dollar anyways lol Idk that but just cant imagine it being worth much
 

ROBBYBOBBY64

Well-Known Member
Jan 11, 2020
348
43
New Jersey
What do you think ty? Here it is with the lip cut off. Just waiting to find a replacement lip. It cut pretty clean. Weird cause it looks like a blob top now.
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original broken lip
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here is the same bottle with just the lip removed.
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looks like a blob top. Great radium spring water co. I think under the lip is a great place to cut. When done it should be invisible.
 

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