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Bottle on the left arrived in the post today. Both the bottle mold & slug plates are different. Above the slug plate, check the position of the L in Liquid relative to the N in One above. In the slug plate, check the position of the R in Rochester relative to the L in Place above. There are lots of other subtle differences. The more you look, the more you'll spot.


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Bottle on the left arrived in the post today. Both the bottle mold & slug plates are different. Above the slug plate, check the position of the L in Liquid relative to the N in One above. In the slug plate, check the position of the R in Rochester relative to the L in Place above. There are lots of other subtle differences. The more you look, the more you'll spot.


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I managed to acquire the second Carrigan's quart from a deceased estate. Here are the two together. The differences are subtle but the more you look the more you'll spot. To get you started, check the second R in Carrigan's, the letter G's & the apostrophe...

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I enjoy seeing the addition to your collection. Especially the green one. Thanks for posting.
 

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