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Spectacular! What a pair, congratulations! Is one darker than the other? Believe it or not there was a pair of two other of the top 10 5ths just dug you'll probably be hearing about shortly. Must of been the full moon, Yowzerrrrrr...........!!!
Spectacular! What a pair, congratulations. Is one darker than the other? Believe it or not there was a pair of two other of the top 10 5ths just dug you'll probably be hearing about shortly. Must of been the full moon, Yowzerrrrrr...........!!!
G.P. don't do that to me! At my age, I can only take so much of a good thing! Let me get this right... "a pair of two other of the top 10 fifths" ?? two of two other ??4 more bottles?? Kidding? Right??
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Not sure how many of these are around but I do know one was found last year in Washington along with several busted ones. A very nice mint hammer whittled one sold privately last year and about 4 others traded hands in the last 10 years that I know of. It's kinda odd for as rare as these are their distribution range was far and wide with examples coming from California, Oregon, Washington & Nevada. Great find, persistence in the right zones makes for some very happy campers.www.oldwestbottles.com
Congrats Andrew. My count, including these two recent finds, stands at 14AP
GPWhat are the other two "Top Ten'ers" that were just dug?? I'm guessing the Comstock may have coughed-up a few Horses or something??AP
Anyone that has been around GP knows he likes to dangle carrots and see what follows. Don't hold your breath waiting for info on the 2 new "top ten'ers" that were just dug.Or the Catawba Wine Bitters for that matter.Richard Smith
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