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Too damaged to bring home but worth some photos

WesternPA-collector

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Mar 10, 2018
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Connellsville, PA
I had a request to post photos of recently found bottles that weren't broken so here they are. Also some jars too.

A 1942 Rolling Rock Bottle from the Internal Revenue Tax Paid era.

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1940 cork-top Listerine bottle from Owens-Illinois.

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1953 Model Dairy Bottle (Connellsville, PA)

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Three nice mason jars from Ball, Atlas, and Anchor Hocking.

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1964 Regent Supreme Beverages made by Glenshaw

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A pair of cobalt blue Bourjois Evening in Paris talcum powder bottles.

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Arbuckle Brothers Chicago Vanilla Extract Bottle

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Assorted smalls. 2 corktop medicines. A cobalt blue Vick's. And 2 ink bottles.

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1932 Connellsville Bottling made by Owens-Illinois

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Squibb medicine made by Anchor Hocking in Connellsville.

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Extremely rare 1943 Victory Hom-pak mason jar made by J.T.& A. Hamilton in Pittsburgh. I found an appropriate zinc / porcelain lid for it from the era.

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A Deerfield, Ohio ginger ale bottle, believed to be from the 1920's.

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A pair of Hires Root Beer extract bottles.

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A large 7 3/4" cobalt blue Emerson Bromo-Seltzer bottle.

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A large fancy 1954 whiskey flask that holds 28 ounces.

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A pair of apple cider vinegar bottles made by Owens-Illinois.

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American

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Good photography. Photographing glass is an art. Need to get you some older bottles now.
 

WesternPA-collector

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Mar 10, 2018
596
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Connellsville, PA
I have been going in the woods about once a week. That is all the weather allows right now. I brought home a few things but nothing amazing. Just wanted to add this broken Schaller's bottle for documentation purposes. It is from Cincinnati, Ohio. I have read that the brewery existed from 1896 to 1919 and then 1933 to 1941.
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slugplate

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I wanted to show some photos of various bottles I've come across in the past few weeks while out in the woods. They are all either broken or have bad labels but I wanted to document what is out there. For those unaware, I post photos of my good bottles in albums here: https://www.antique-bottles.net/album.php?u=25572

First a 1953 7UP pinup lady bottle from Uniontown, PA. Made at the local Anchor Hocking in South Connellsville, PA.
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Next is a 1946 Will G. Keck Big Stick soda bottle from Kecksburg, PA.

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Next is a 1958 milk bottle from Quality Dairy in Connellsville, PA.

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Next is this old Howdy soda bottle from Uniontown, PA which is the only one I've ever seen from there!

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Next is a 1961 Kohlman's chocolate milk bottle. A Pittsburgh company.

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A 1970 Mountain Dew Hillbilly and 1968 Mountain Dew Yahoo.

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A Coughanour and Company slug plate soda bottle from Connellsville.

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A crystal water slug plate bottle from Uniontown, PA.

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A beautiful unknown cobalt blue bottle.

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A F.A.D Richter London / New York pain medicine bottle.

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A Fayette Brewing beer bottle from Uniontown, PA.

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A Liberty slug plate soda bottle from Connellsville, PA.

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A Model Dairy pint milk bottle from Connellsville, PA.

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A Pond's Bitters bottle. Or what is left of it.

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A Richard Mudnut New York bottle.

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That mug base hutch must have drawn a tear to your eye - not diminishing the others, but I'd praise the day I found a whole one of those. Also, I'd love to find a whole Pond's Bitters too. Anyhow, they are the ones that keep us digging and hunting.
 

WesternPA-collector

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Mar 10, 2018
596
43
Connellsville, PA
Same here! Hutches are made so thick and strong, I don't know why they always have to be the broken ones. The thing that bugs me most is the most common bottles always seem to survive. Like the Heinz model #257 bottle lol. They are everywhere.
 

hemihampton

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Oct 6, 2006
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The Mug Base Hutch probably is 95% there. good enough for me. I got some super rare bottles that are only 20% there but with it or them being the only ones known better then nothing. LEON.
 

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