Went shopping on Black Friday and found two very old, yet surprisingly inexpensive bottles. Need help with narrowing down their date range

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saratogadriver

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That was my thought as well. Same form same color just no embossed Saxlehner's on the base. Bottle is turn of 20th century, somewhere around 1900. Not worth a whole lot more than what you paid for it but nice pretty bottle anyway.



The green one reminds me of a Saxlehner's Bitterquelle. One of his competitors, maybe? I agree with Harry on it. It's not pontiled, though. Here's one currently on ebay:


The turn mold whiskey is about the same age, late 1900s. Nice top on it.
 

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It made me think of a mineral water bottle from the late 1800's. The letter K sort of conforms to this one I found years ago.
 

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