The Cellar Hole.

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A Friend of mine Ted, got permission to dig a Root Cellar behind a 1870's house. We didn't dig to much because we were a little unprepared with no 5 Gallon Buckets to haul the dirt out. But, we did find Bottles, Lots of Slicks & common Bottles, only a few Keepers. The small & tall Masons was cool. Best find was a City Bottling works from Ann Arbor, Ted was a little to ruff in the dirt & we suspect he may of knocked it's top off. LEON.
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I asked Ted if you knocked Top off see if you can find it, he looked around awhile & nothing, I figured it got tossed to the back in the reject shard pile. BUT, Then he said I think I found it. Sure enough, fit like a missing Puzzle Piece. Good as New? LEON.
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Cleaned up well, bottom left in the group pic has some nice iridescence.
 

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Jar is referred to as a midget - this one books at 75-100 with the lid
 

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