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Galveston Dig

nhpharm

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Apr 24, 2007
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Went out Saturday to dig a privy I had put off until I could get some help. Ended up being a bit disappointing with some junk bottles but not much else. Had this heartbreaker broken local jug and the little creamer. Dug a few other holes as well and found this very strange little green bottle in one of the holes...anyone know what that might have been used for? I'm guessing some sort of liquor...
 

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yacorie

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Not sure but I agree with liquor. It’s a form I’ve always like - the mount vernon rye and the blood boiler/widow maker bottle or whatever it is -
 

TxBottleDigger

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I have always loved the history of Galveston and I certainly wished I had some of your items in my possession. I’m very jealous! :) I always love to see what you find. Keep up the good work and keep posting your finds. As for the green bottle, I’m guessing it’s a wine bottle or maybe a decanter.
 
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