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Finally got out for a proper bottle hunt today. Found a little tip near a creek didn’t have any tools with me but picked these 2 Morgantown cokes up and judging by the large amounts of broken quart milks there may be some good stuff. Any idea on the little White House lid thing?
 

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I'd guess and say (without consulting the "Red Book") that Codd's are canning jars. (If it contained the classic liquid then why the glass inserts?) Additionally, I have just picked up an old White House vinegar bottle. It has a pour spout. (It also has a long dead mouse inside. --A fairly common occurrence. He is very intact and seems to like the BOLD embossment. If I keep the bot I'll have to name him. Hmmm. ;)
 

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