Some of the cleanest bottles I've dug, plus I think a crank for a engine?

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I think the milk is a early one 1910? The seam stops 3/4 the way up.
 

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The milk is machine made, but the mold lines ending before the top is a result of fire polishing in order to eliminate the possibility of anywhere for bacteria to hide. Nice finds.
 

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