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Kellogg's Pint More Info

nranderson

Double Take
Dec 12, 2016
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Hi I dug the Kellogg's pint sized whisky over 40 years ago. Unfortunately I think I chipped it with the shovel back then. I remember the hole wasn't deep enough to be hitting dump but I did. Anyway the bottle I remember is scarce due to it being manufactured in 1906 in SF just before the earthquake and not after. Couple questions....it has inside screw threads. Does anyone know where to buy a stopper for this? I'd love a W.L.Co. but any this size would do. This would hide a lot of the bruise. And is it worth getting repaired? Oh, 3 questions sorry..is my info correct for this bottle. There's tons of Kellogg's info but I'm not finding this guy?

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slugplate

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Jul 7, 2016
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It's a terrific bottle. Anytime you find an embossed whiskey it's worth is exponentially higher. The stopper, which is missing, was imported from England, called a vulcanite stopper. Plus, there were a limited number of manufactures that made internal threads in the US. Basically, it's a keeper. The easiest way to find a vulcanite stopper is to check the U.K. sites. However, shipping costs are high. If you can't find an exact manufactures, labeled stopper, go with a plain, unmarked stopper in the meantime. That will help to prevent any further 'accidental' lip chips.
 

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