Large group of bottles from grandparent's house

edited December 2018 in Question and Answer
I got three boxes of boxes out of my grand parents house and for some reason they decided to hold on to all of these bottles.
So I would like to know about this one I have six of them.
Any information would be great. Should I keep them or are they not really worth much.

Thanks.
Chris
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Comments

  • Your medium olive bottle is an early 20th century machine made liquor bottle. Possibly scotch but some type of hard liquor.

    Machine made plain bottles like this are very common and have no collector value with perhaps some rare exception like an odd color or swirled color in the glass...

    Do post a group photo of the other bottles, glad to help
  • Here is another four all the same. One with a zinc cap. thanks for your help!
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  • These fall into the category of clear generic 20th century bottles which have no value. They need something like a visually attractive label or the original contents or both to make them desirable.
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