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.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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