Donald Duck bottle- But Small??

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Im not talking about the bottle itself, I was comparing the Ducks head only on the OJ bottle. I highly doubt it is a ripoff or reproduction because we havent found any bottles (over 48') at the site, but who knows? If you see it in hand, you would agree it is a duck for sure, and it looks VERY similar to DD. What other duck wheres a navy styel cap like that? As for not putting OJ in small bottles like this......I dunno? I have a 40s Tropicana OJ bottle that is almost the same size and structure as this one. The only thing that makes me think it is NOT OJ, is the "soda cap" type head or top on the bottle. But to say its not a duck, I just cannot see it being anything other than a duck in hand. Just my opinion tho and I am definitely open to ideas.
it may be a duck but it doesn't look like DD from the pic's...and that's what I meant too, the soda style top just doesn't seem like an OJ bottle...Jim
 

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I agree Jim. The OJ was just another avenue to search. haha thanks for your help. It is much appreciated


Not that big of a deal anyway, its just a bottle. But I just find it interesting to try and find matches to the bottles I find. I figured it could be fun to see if anyone else had ever seen this weird duck bottle. Thanks for everyones opinions, I appreciate any ideas as always. Maybe we will find some more clues to as what this is when we continue digging. but the amount of 30s-40s milk bottles we are pulling outta here is just ridiculous. To be honest, I would much rather find these unkown bottles than others just because they are fun to try and research.
 

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I wonder if maybe the bottle was an ACL? If so, when all clean, and you hold it up to the light, maybe you can faintly see what it used to have painted on it? -Julie
 

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I tried Julie, but it didnt.

Today we found another handful of those "3 cent store" cream/milk bottles. But the cool thing was that we found an Old Metal Milk bottle "capper" tool. Pretty neat.
Other finds today: "AA" Ancient Age whiskey bottles x3
- "Mister Mustard" x2
- 3Vi and 3iV medicine bottles x11
- Little Boy Blue Bluing bottles (small milk shaped bottles) x3
- Barbasol shaving cream tubes x2
- 3 cent store milk bottles (not the florida named ones) x 5 or 6
- more 1930s Richmond Dairy Milk and Cream bottles (all different sizes) x 4
- other medicine bottles we cannot ID. (green ones with droppers still intact)
- bunch of other green and amber colored bottles we sell to a local store

Still looking for the DUCK tho!
 

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SOUNDS LIKE SOME GREAT FINDS! MY BUDDY DON HAS GOT ONE OF THOSE DUCKY BOTTLES LOL, ILL HAVE TO ASK HIM IF HE KNOWS WHAT THE CHARACTER IS, THOSE MISTER MUSTARD BOTTLES WERE MADE BY THE FRANK TEA AND SPICE CO. FROM CINCI OHIO . KEEP DIGGING BE CAREFULL OF THE SNAKES LOVE TO SEE MORE PIX
 

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MR MUSTARD ADD

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That is Flub A Dub from the Howdy Dowdy show on a juice glass .We had this same discussion (on this jar in) March 2007. At that time I posted a link to follow. Hope this helps..Norene
 

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Norene pretty much nailed it. Good Job.


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NOW THAT IS WHY I LOVE THIS PLACE KILLER INFO! AND I MUST SAY GREAT BOTTLE!
 

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