Early Anheuser Busch Bottle

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About a four dozen old rusty square head nails and a log of sand.

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Following up the the original question on this feed. This bottle was found buried in a barrel yesterday. To the best of my knowledge the barrel itself was buried around 1907 and had not been uncovered/exposed until yesterday.

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A.B.G.M Co. Is the Adolphus Busch Glass Manufacturing Company. One in St. Louis, MO.1891-1926 and one in Bellville, Ill. 1886- 1905. Bellville factory became part of the American Bottle Co. In 1905. If Pre Prohibition your bottle must have been made in the St. Louis, MO. Factory. Nice find!
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I believe that design goes back to the 1890s. I had one with a tooled top that was from The Forked River Bottling Works in New Jersey. Mine was clear, but the same logo.
 

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