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BIM Hobbleskirt Coke bottle from Greenville, NC. There aren't any date marks on it, but I believe it was made by the Laurens Glass Works around 1917-1919, just like my other BIM Hobbleskirt from Tampa.
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Nice, amber, BIMAL whiskey bottle. Almost reminds me of a utility bottle or a demijohn. It has a nipple on the neck where I think a handle would have been applied. I love the form and whittle.
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Got these two in Canada. Light olive green Aromatic Schnapps and a Clear, light aqua Paine's Celery Compound.
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Pic 2 is a capers bottle. You've got some great finds! Never anything like that in antique stores near me.
 

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Some great finds for you. I like the eclectic mix of bottles. The Coke perfume bottle shows again how early they were into advertising and promotional items. I hope your dealers are able to come up with some more goodies this year and remain ignorant about the price of bottles. Scott
 

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I read on this site that the light aqua Celery Compound bottles are Canadian made, the amber or brown Celery Compound bottles are American made.
 

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