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hemihampton

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It's easy to find a 30's & 40's original labeled bottles with beat up labels for anywhere from $1.00 to $10. Heck, I got plenty of them if you want a real one. LEON.
 

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Yo! Hunter,
The one in the b+ w ad might be it. I know mine didn't have a yellow label like in the larger pic and the golfer was def. a female. If I remember correctly, that was a thing because lady golfers were still frowned upon by some. Possibly the owner of the company was instrumental in getting a lady golfer on the label for this reason. ...Have to run. Drop a line anytime. Thanks. --CT, (Missing Greater Springfield) Len
Thank you, Len. The newspaper ad was from The Meridian Daily Journal and dates to 1934, and I believe Country Club started using quart bottles around 1933. I would guess your bottle is probably from the 1933-1938 range. Definitely message me if you find it cause I've never seen a quart with that label before.

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Hello Hunter,

Generally, my thoughts as well. Don't worry, we'll keep you in mind when the CC bot(s) pop to the surface. --Len
 

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