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hemihampton

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From what I noticed it seems most black glass is not actually black, but just so dark (dark green, dark amber ect., ect,.) that people call it Black Glass because at first it may appear Black until held up to light. LEON.


P.S. some may call yours black glass?
 

treeguyfred

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From what I noticed it seems most black glass is not actually black, but just so dark (dark green, dark amber ect., ect,.) that people call it Black Glass because at first it may appear Black until held up to light. LEON.
Leon, you are right on the mark! An absolute certainty, there is few true Black glass bottles, except for modern liquor bottles and art glass
 

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