Return trip to the the Duke dump

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RoyalRuby

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Did about an hour dig at the Duke dump I found a few weeks back, found five more of the embossed Dukes, seven more slick Glass Cans, two long neck slicks, one more late style Tavern bottle, and the now extremely rare Mr's Butterworth's bottle...lol....I found a broken one when I first dug this spot, figured I'd find another, I'll hold on to this one which is dated 1965 like most everything that I've pulled from there. The long-necks are from 1960 and a few of the sodas I pulled first time out were from the late fifty's. I did find two different quart size bottle caps other than the Dukes I found the first time there, so I guess the quarts I found before could have been any of them. Found one toasted flat top white Miller beer can, and just in case things got stinky, a can of Right Guard!......Also, does anyone know why the de-bossed line is on the bottoms of the earlier Butterworth's bottles?....... :)
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Northeast Ohio has NOT been good to old beer cans....lol.....The dump I had been digging just down the road from me had Cones, Flats, and Crowntainers, even the ones that were complete were so bad they wouldn't have cleaned up at all, I know, I've done plenty of soaking back in the day, they wound have never cleaned up.
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