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Diver4Life

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Jul 16, 2020
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You guys have been awesome, I appreciate the information about the last bottle I posted. Any idea on this one? I have found probably about a half a dozen of these. Quite heavy and solid. So it’s really no surprise they survived being at the bottom of the ocean/river for so long.

My thoughts are some sort of wine bottle. One of them even had a portion of the cork still inside.
 

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opmustard

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Jan 14, 2021
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I would agree that it looks a wine bottle.
When I used to dig privys, I seemed to find some bottles that were very similar andthey ususally turned out to be wine.
opmustard
 
Jan 2, 2021
22
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You guys have been awesome, I appreciate the information about the last bottle I posted. Any idea on this one? I have found probably about a half a dozen of these. Quite heavy and solid. So it’s really no surprise they survived being at the bottom of the ocean/river for so long.

My thoughts are some sort of wine bottle. One of them even had a portion of the cork still inside.
I feel like you're in my mind...lol. I have its twin. I've tried to clean it with everything.
 

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Csa

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Oct 21, 2020
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Found a very similar one, mine was a split size half bottle. Late 1800s called a kick up I think due to the high indent. Wine or champagne most likely. Lip looks to be ground snd slight bevel?? Search for Kick-up on this site, several threads about them. Many are earlier in 1800s. That’s about all I know. Let’s see what the real experts say.
 
Jan 2, 2021
22
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Found a very similar one, mine was a split size half bottle. Late 1800s called a kick up I think due to the high indent. Wine or champagne most likely. Lip looks to be ground snd slight bevel?? Search for Kick-up on this site, several threads about them. Many are earlier in 1800s. That’s about all I know. Let’s see what the real experts say.
Thanks and God bless you
 

Nickneff

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Jan 6, 2021
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You guys have been awesome, I appreciate the information about the last bottle I posted. Any idea on this one? I have found probably about a half a dozen of these. Quite heavy and solid. So it’s really no surprise they survived being at the bottom of the ocean/river for so long.

My thoughts are some sort of wine bottle. One of them even had a portion of the cork still inside.
They're called push up wines
I feel like you're in my mind...lol. I have its twin. I've tried to clean it with everything.
Push-up wine bottle
 

Nickneff

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Jan 6, 2021
258
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You guys have been awesome, I appreciate the information about the last bottle I posted. Any idea on this one? I have found probably about a half a dozen of these. Quite heavy and solid. So it’s really no surprise they survived being at the bottom of the ocean/river for so long.

My thoughts are some sort of wine bottle. One of them even had a portion of the cork still inside.
Push up wine bottle common as day two or three dollars if you're lucky
 

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