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  • Hi, I recently found this and I wondered if anyone can identify the makers mark? I have no idea if it’s old or modern, but it’s driving me mad not knowing!

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  • I have this mini 3” jaundice bitter 1852 amethyst bottle the J is backwards anyone know the value

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  • Does anyone know anything about this bottle ?????

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  • Happy to of found you guys ! I am a amateur bottle collector but i recently was invited to a old bottle dump of sorts. I been slowly going thru this stream bed and both sides have old bottles thru out it. I have found bottles said to be from 1930's to 1970's and quite a few milk bottles. Anyways i want to get some help figuring out the age and value of each bottle. I really appreciate your help and thank you for allowing me to be here. This is the Maryland guy on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in Queen Annes County. Historical area with lots of its history buried or down sides of hills leading to little streams on farms. I will be on here sending pictures when i find time in a crazy busy schedule. Thanks again. --‐---'ShoreBoy41.

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  • Old Brown Flask of unknown age first noted by my grandmother in the basement of their granary 50 or 60 years ago. The bottle is 7 5/8" tall and 4.5 inches wide. Do not know if this is a 19th century original or a 20th century reproduction. Portrait of George Washington on the front, 2 ships on the back. The bottom suggests it is a number #1. My grandmother knew it was a pictorial flask, but no one in my family knew this existed until she passed away in 2003. Helping my parents with moving, I removed the note attached to the bottle and was the first person to ever read the note where my grandmother stated it had a value between $10 and $800. Once again, the note is very old in appearance, but of uncertain age. Can anyone help? Thanks.


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  • Curious age of both I have altogether 8087 bottles unidentified I wish some one could help me sell them or I will be skeet shooting this summer only kidding 18149526345 please I would love to sell my collection I have bottles from 1700s to 1950s text or call anytime thanks,..

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  • Hello I found this in pa digging curious the year

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  • Hi there could you please tell me if these are genuine and what the signiture says please thanks


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