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Old 12-19-2017, 01:22 AM
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Default A few cleaned up finds

Love when the dirt is cleaned off, thanks for looking.
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Nice finds, I love old bottles. Found one like the white one on the far right of your picture. Some kind of cold cream bottle.

What are those clear bottles? Never saw any like that.
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Old 12-19-2017, 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted by pplinker View post
Nice finds, I love old bottles. Found one like the white one on the far right of your picture. Some kind of cold cream bottle.

What are those clear bottles? Never saw any like that.


Hi,I enjoy old bottle digging but not often find them. The clear bottles are ink bottles, hh
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Old 12-19-2017, 08:30 PM
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Cool bottles, those clear ones look interesting!

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Love the ink bottles !!! Bottles are fun when you come across them.

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Nice collection there!

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Yes the white ones are cold cream such as Pond's etc. Incidently, white glass is commonly known as "milk glass". As some others have said the clear stubby ones are inks. A little 4 #0000 steel wool and some cleaner will get those rust stains out.

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Originally Posted by GLASSHOPPER1955 View post
Yes the white ones are cold cream such as Pond's etc. Incidently, white glass is commonly known as "milk glass". As some others have said the clear stubby ones are inks. A little 4 #0000 steel wool and some cleaner will get those rust stains out.
Will give it a try also thanks.
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Fine looking glass you have there! I like the blue!

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Beautiful finds!
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Thanks guys more to post when get off the lazy couch...
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The blue ones Vicks Vap-o-Rub?

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The blue ones Vicks Vap-o-Rub?

Nice finds!
The large bottom reads Nox Zema, small no ID, Thanks for looking.
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The large bottom reads Nox Zema, small no ID, Thanks for looking.
Dang....ain't heard that brand name in a while.

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