Does anyone know any information on a National remedy company bottle from new york

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matthew9000

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Hi everyone this is Matt again

does anyone have any history on a bottle called National Remedy Company from New York

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No offense, but if I were a complete newbie to bottles, asking questions here, at a bottle forum, would be part of my research too. Too much crappy attitude here lately.
 

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I agree with Eric. Newbies must launch themselves into bottle-collecting; no one here can do it for them. These days, everyone should be aware of Google and other search engines with the wealth of information available there.

What works best for everyone is the "show and tell" format: Newbie finds old bottle; Newbie does some Internet research; Newbie shares newly learned information; Veterans encourage, correct, or redirect Newbie. Show and tell works for every collector at any stage of sophistication.
 

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I agree, ya learn more by doing good research! You do have to start somewhere???? Just dont get lazy!!!
 

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I might as well put in my 2 cents worth here. I agree with the foregoing statements, but there could have been a better more polite way of saying so at least first off, maybe some of us get tired of all the questions that are being posed, but we should expect that from newbies......Andy
 

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I might as well put in my 2 cents worth here. I agree with the foregoing statements, but there could have been a better more polite way of saying so at least first off, maybe some of us get tired of all the questions that are being posed, but we should expect that from newbies......Andy

I think politeness depends on where you put the emphasis as you read Eric's post; but, that's history now. In the future, we might agree on a standardized response to similar posts. Here's what I might use, unless there is a better suggestion:

Thanks for participating, [name]!
What works best for everyone here is the "show-and-tell" format:
Member is the Finder of an old bottle;
Finder does some Internet research (Google, Bing, et al.);
Finder shares newly-learned information;
Other members encourage, correct, or further inform Finder.
Show-and-tell works for collectors at any stage of sophistication.
 

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Some new collectors may not even know where to start and here is a great place for that...most here are always helpful ..in 1974 when i first started collecting it was tough finding out about many of my finds except for the people i started meeting that could help some..hey it took a long time some times back then especially if the bottle was no where near local... no one should be made afraid to ask any questions on here...I do understand ERIC'S point and I know how very helpful he has been to me...ANY WAY WELCOME TO THE FORUM!!!
JAMIE
 
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