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Old 10-21-2019, 03:22 PM
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Found this monacle man jar and the Fleecy White bleach a month ago buried in the creek bank. The Monacle man jar is from Sun Ray hot dog sauce, era 1940-50. Found in same location as I found a Joe Lewis mustard jar last year.

Didn't tackle the Fleecy White yet. Thanks for looking.
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Fleecy White was bleach. Probably 1930-50s vintage. Those figural bottles many times held a product and then were secondly used as coin banks.

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Old 10-25-2019, 10:07 AM
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Originally Posted by pplinker View post
Found this monacle man jar and the Fleecy White bleach a month ago buried in the creek bank. The Monacle man jar is from Sun Ray hot dog sauce, era 1940-50. Found in same location as I found a Joe Lewis mustard jar last year.

Didn't tackle the Fleecy White yet. Thanks for looking.
That monocled man mustard jar is the same one I found last year! We both got the smiling version. They made a grumpy, frowning version too. I like that it has two bases, so it can be stood upright, or tilting forward, for coin bank usage. Very cool!
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