River Finds part 2

JerryN

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Later in the year I found these
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Greys Harbor Dairy (WA) creamer
unkown milk bottle embossed P rising on the bottom
Fratelli Branca Milano Italian Bitters 1880-1900
2 hobbleskirt coca cola bottles Sacramento CA 1941 & 1942
Nehi 1951 Owens Illinois Oakland CA
2 Saki-bin bottles
2 Tiger Whiskey ceramics — both broken
early 20th century flask
Oyster Sauce bottle, Lee Kum Kee Macau 1920-1937
and the 1850s open pontil medicine bottle that I posted elsewhere
 

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Later in the year I found theseView attachment 229905

Greys Harbor Dairy (WA) creamer
unkown milk bottle embossed P rising on the bottom
Fratelli Branca Milano Italian Bitters 1880-1900
2 hobbleskirt coca cola bottles Sacramento CA 1941 & 1942
Nehi 1951 Owens Illinois Oakland CA
2 Saki-bin bottles
2 Tiger Whiskey ceramics — both broken
early 20th century flask
Oyster Sauce bottle, Lee Kum Kee Macau 1920-1937
and the 1850s open pontil medicine bottle that I posted elsewhere
Love the bitters.
ROBBYBOBBY64.
 

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Can you post a picture of just the Nehi bottle please?
 

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I don't recognize the insulator, looks like a fairly early one. Could be a pretty good find. Is it threaded or threadless?
It is 3 3/4" high, has a seem running through it, threaded, embossed 1 on the top and N. BROOKFELT on the neck.
 

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It is 3 3/4" high, has a seem running through it, threaded, embossed 1 on the top and N. BROOKFELT on the neck.
Are you sure it's not Brookfield? Never heard of Brookfelt. If it is a Brookfield then it's probably a lot more common than I thought, must be an early one because it doesn't look like the ones I'm familiar with.
 

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Are you sure it's not Brookfield? Never heard of Brookfelt. If it is a Brookfield then it's probably a lot more common than I thought, must be an early one because it doesn't look like the ones I'm familiar with.
likely Brookfield, the letters are a bit worn
 

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