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Nonsuch mfg. Toronto. Any ideas if how old? Sadly its
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Stove dressing bottle. We dig them in Texas fairly often so it was widely distributed. Some of the earlier bottles actually say "International Nonsuch/Stove Dressing/Stuart & Panton/London, Ont.”
 

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Shame it's broken, but these are very common bottles so I'm sure you'll come across another one sooner or later. It's one of Canada's most common stove dressing bottles, if not the most common. And as for age it dates to around 1890-1920.
 

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If I remember right I'm pretty sure I dug one here in Detroit. Or a Gopher dug it up for Me. There's a old post on it in here somewhere. LEON.
 

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Yup....common enuff up here in Canada. Newfie, if ya want an unbroken one, I just may have a couple in my stash...be glad to send one yer way...once I find them!

Brian
 

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