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photolith

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Nov 4, 2019
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Rutt Roe....you're move'n in on my territory!!.....lol
lol well the company I work for is based out of Canton and my gf is from there so I’m always in Canton. Got those bottles at the Strasburg Antique Mall. If you’re into milks, which I’m not really but if you are they have hundreds of awesome local milk bottles and there was a really nice amber yellow Globe jar but it was pretty pricey at 220 bucks so I didn’t get it and I already have one. But the store is def worth checking out. Also, there’s a dealer with hundreds of antique marbles.
 

RoyalRuby

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Oct 5, 2019
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Buckeye State
lol well the company I work for is based out of Canton and my gf is from there so I’m always in Canton. Got those bottles at the Strasburg Antique Mall. If you’re into milks, which I’m not really but if you are they have hundreds of awesome local milk bottles and there was a really nice amber yellow Globe jar but it was pretty pricey at 220 bucks so I didn’t get it and I already have one. But the store is def worth checking out. Also, there’s a dealer with hundreds of antique marbles.
Gotcha...I'm about 45 minutes north of Canton, maybe next time you're in Canton let me know, There's a big antique mall about 20 minutes north of Canton, I stop there frequenly, would be a good way to meet up before the "big dig".....lol
 

RoyalRuby

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Oct 5, 2019
62
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Buckeye State
I sent you a PM about this bottle. Sorry about the blurry pic of the bottom, but it looks like a big letter I on the bottom. Though the bottle is a very dark green, when held up to the light I can see through it easily and it looks really nice in the light.
 

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RoyalRuby

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Oct 5, 2019
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Buckeye State
Wanted to ask about another bottle I came across, bottle on the left is just like the one I need info on, are these referred to as a "pig nose" bottle?, if so, what kind of date range is this style bottle?, thanks again.
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photolith

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Nov 4, 2019
89
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Pittsburgh
Never heard of a pig nose bottle, that’s a wine bottle most likely and then some sort of beer on the right. One on the left is most likely 1890s and the right is like 1910.
 

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