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There is also a 3/16" 6 3/4" tall, light aqua glass, Tool top and a smooth, indented base. " Bottle is in good condition with a few, very minor, scratches on the back. The mirror has a few spots of discoloration due to age. A tooled worm threaded top with a cork lined metal cap. You don't see to many whiskey flasks from Santa Barbara! Some very nice bubbles and coloration of the glass make this a great window display piece. Bottle will not stand up so I would think that it would be a pocket flask. Nice orange amber in the top 1/3rd, lighter in the shoulder area and then darker towards the base. Inside the shield is a monogram " L&CO " A wonderful western whiskey bottle that has no chips, cracks, dings, or stain. 11 3/84" tall, light orange amber glass BIM with a tooled brandy type top and a smooth base. The bottle is in mint condition with no chips, cracks, stain or dings.

Embossing on the front: " TRADE MARK ( within banner ) / HAMMONDSPORT WINE COMPANY / HAMMONDSPORT, N. There is a small chip or flake on the front base heal of bottle which you can see in photo # 4. Smooth base has embossed on it " PCGW "( Pacific Coast Glass Works ). This is only the second one of these I have seen in my years of collecting. Embossed on the base only : " REGISTERED / D F & CO. No stain, chips, cracks, heavy scratches, dings or pings! 8 3/4" long, clear glass, BIM, with a stone ground, screw top. Embossed very lightly above dorsal fin : " PAT APPL " A very nice, ornate figural nipper in near mint condition. 11 1/2" tall, light orange amber glass ( lighter in the shoulder ), cylinder fifth with a applied top. Embossed on front within a circle and around a embossed crown & shield : " LILIENTHAL & CO. The applied lip, at the very top edge, has a couple of in the making debits or folds which make it out of round. Embossing on the whole front of bottle reads: " JAS. Only a wisp of haze exists on one side of the bottle.

11" tall, orange amber glass, tooled top and smooth base, round quart cylinder whiskey. / FRESNO " A nice clean Central California whiskey bottle. Embossed on the front of the bottle : "BOTTLED BY / CLINCH / MERCANTILE CO. Embossed around bottle within church like arches are six (6) monks in robes. / WE NEITHER RECTIFY / Monogram / NOR COMPOUND / PORTLAND, ORE. 12 1/2" tall, clear glass (turning purple), tooled top and a smooth base, quart bottle. " Embossed on the back : " FULL QUART / REGISTERED " . Base is embossed with a diamond and within the diamond is embossed " I. Embossing on front, round slug plate: " CROWN DISTILLERIES / COMPANY ( all around an embossed crown & shield, in center ) .

Embossed on the front of the bottle in a round slug plate : " NET CONTENTS / 32 OZ. This bottle is in mint condition except for a onion skin burst bubble (shown in last picture) and a pin point rough spot on the very top of the lip. / monogram / DEALERS IN / WINES & LIQUORS / GRASS VALLEY, / CAL. N-mint condition, there is a flake of glass missing from the lip and a couple of rough spots ( see last photo ). I have only seen a few of these in all my years of collecting. " rear embossing: " MEDICINAL BRANDY MADE FROM PURE WINE " This bottle is in super mint condition and as you can tell by my pictures, is full of seed or air bubbles from top to bottom. " Base has the markings from the Holt Glass Works in West Berkley California. Embossed on the full front of the bottle : " BERRY'S / DIAMOND WEDDING / WHISKEY / picture of three barrels that each have embossed on the ends : BERRY'S DIAMOND WEDDING WHISKEY / C. This bottle is in mint condition except for some light, spotty inside haze! A nice light color whiskey that is in mint condition with no stain, chips, cracks or dings.

Anyway, we started by digging some of the mining camps in Oregon and Arizona and then eventually gravitated towards digging in downtown Portland, the urban renewal stuff in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. And so we got in there and started finding really nice stuff. I never looked back, and have been collecting ever since.

That was way better digging because that’s where people lived. : I have over a thousand bottles, which means something or nothing.

: Like with all collectibles and antiques, good advice is always to "Buy the book before the bottle." Knowledge is power and even safety (of your money) when dealing with any collectible - bottles even more so than many other fields of collecting because of the incredible diversity of historic bottles.

Beyond that, the history behind the glass companies that made the bottles - as well as the individuals and businesses that ordered and used the bottles - is simply fascinating..isn't that a big part of why we collect bottles?

He also explains the history and methods of early bottle production, and how diggers find bottles.Portland was the second biggest city on the coast, next to San Francisco in the mid to late 1800s, L. Most of them are from the late 1700s to very early 1900s when they switched from hand-blown, mouth-blown bottles craft-type bottle production to machines.There was a glass blower with the mold boy producing them by hand – and they never touched it, of course, not literally.If you're looking for some really good Bottle Xxx Sex Anal movies action, you simply can't go wrong here!There has never been such a great Bottled porn tube website than this one and that is why it is still the number one movie website on the net.

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