The GVII-3 and GVII-4 E. G. BOOZ'S OLD CABIN WHISKEY bottles

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RED Matthews

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Hi Steve, You sure do a great job of explaining and teaching us about things like this. I think this was one of those you had given us before, but it seemed reorganized. Thanks for giving us so much insight into our hobby. RED Matthews
 

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Hey Red, yes he posted this info before, but due to a gigantic administrative "cock-up" it was deleted.. however, Steve is gracious enough to be re-posting many of his great lost posts, and doing a fantastic job! We are clucky to have such a man in our roost!!
 

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There tough to win Matt the lowest you see is 2500 with minor damage.
Mint and your talking 4000 and up.Thats out of my league.Of the 8 I own
'2 are mint, 2 are in very good condition 1 is fair and 2 are complete with cracks running through them
and one has a small hole in the base corner 1/4 inch sized some hazing and scratching from being
buried but still intact.
 

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Here is the elusive GVII-5 the only known one of its kind.This was once owned by Stephen Van Rensselaer the reknowned glass collector.
It is in the Corning glass museum.

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