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Milk of mag mystery bottle

Catcat16

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Feb 26, 2020
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Goldsboro MD
So I’ve got 14 milk of magnesias in front of me.
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Only one of which looks like this
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And I can’t find it on any websites including one that took me through what I thought to be every variation out there. Am I just overlooking something?
 

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sandchip

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Sep 1, 2008
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Georgia
Cool. Probably an earlier label only Phillips with the "Registered..." and all, but may've had a problem with copycats and reusers, so went ahead and had their name embossed as well. Next thing we know, Kaitlin, you'll find a pontiled example!
 

Catcat16

Well-Known Member
Feb 26, 2020
141
28
Goldsboro MD
that could be. I’ll be honest I have never paid much attention to these. I usually box them all up and bring them to the florist or sell them for a few bucks each at a flea market
Are you talking about this specific one? Or m.o.m in general
 

Catcat16

Well-Known Member
Feb 26, 2020
141
28
Goldsboro MD
Cool. Probably an earlier label only Phillips with the "Registered..." and all, but may've had a problem with copycats and reusers, so went ahead and had their name embossed as well. Next thing we know, Kaitlin, you'll find a pontiled example!
I hope so I really want to find a cork top version. I swear the location I dig at is so weird. Sometime I’ll have to explain the whole area to you guys. It’s a box mix of old and new I personally think most of everything is from the early to mid 1900’s but every now and then I’ll find something older
 

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