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Impromptu dig behind the house tonight

Bottledigger52

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Nov 5, 2018
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Not a bad dig tonight behind the house found a new spot. Got 2 strap sided flasks a lady’s leg whisky and a applied top ketchup only reason I kept It a rum ford and a plain small. Not a horrible night at all. I did dig some broken cryers 2 dr. Townsend’s 2 Clark and white mineral waters and a Hopkins can’t wait till I can get back there on Saturday. I put pictures of the mark from the whiskey up to see if anyone knows it . Could not find it in the bottle-makers book. Thanks for any info.
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CanadianBottles

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Your whiskey appears to be European, I think. I've got a German beer with a similar top, never seen anything like that from North America.
 

Bottledigger52

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Nov 5, 2018
109
18
Maryland
CanadianBottles thanks for the help I found out it is a German bitters Underberg's Bitters maker is [SIZE=+1]"H. UNDERBERG-ALBRECHT" .[/SIZE]Thanks for the help pretty awesome find. Thanks Sandchip the next day I got a crock jug to applied top medicines and a hand blown Cathedral pickle I will post pics once they are clean.
 

southern Maine diver

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Aug 14, 2005
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Cape Neddick, Maine USA
Not bad... instead an after dinner cocktail, you have an after dinner "evening dig"... Cool finds. I like the amber strap sided flask. Anything on the base? Curious to see what else you dig up:p
 
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