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Old 02-02-2016, 10:16 PM
Gaspipe Gaspipe is offline
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It is beer bottle from 1890-1910. They came with a porcelain stopper and wire bail to keep them airtight.Many regions and towns had locally brewed beers with there own bottles. Normally they are locally common and while neat finds usually carry minimal value. Local collectors may have the greatest interest. Amber(brown) ,like yours is a common color. Sometimes these beers come in cobalt blue or other rare colors that can dramatically affect value.As a past digger in the northeast I have dug hundreds of them. And they are always fun to find.
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