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Having trouble finding out if this is a HTF bottle or so common that no ones asking about them. Saw the thread from 2004 without a conclusion. Its really large for the shape. Thanks for any help.
 

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Wow, that's a nice one! Not one I've ever heard of. I don't think there are many bottles which are so common that no one asks about them online.
 

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I've never seen one before but I'm a New England guy not a mid-west guy. I'd say it's a hard to find one

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Thank you all got the comments. Looks like they were in buisness from 1865 to 1895 roughly. Found a few ads but no pics on Google wish it was a Texas bottle. It would look good sitting next to a left warners though. Are cordials considered bitters ?. Sam
 

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