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Dug another Killer 1870's Hole.

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Post by Leon » Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:43 pm

Well, This would of been a extremely good hole, one of my best finds, if not for most of the Bottles Broken :smt010 :smt013 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022 :smt022
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Re: Dug another Killer 1870's Hole.

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Post by Leon » Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:50 pm

All bottles are from 1870's, 1870's bottles are very hard to find in Michigan. The one Bottle, Goulait from Oscoda Michigan was one of only 3 known to exist when I dug mine about 2 years ago. Very Rare, got offered $500 for mine & turned it down. Too Sentimental since I practically grew up in Oscoda as a kid in 1970's. Last Saturday we dug 9 that we kept but all had broken tops or bottoms ect, ect. About another 10+ was shattered to pieces & at bottom of hole & left there. Real Bummer
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Re: Dug another Killer 1870's Hole.

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Post by Leon » Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:53 pm

We did dig 4 whole bottles. LEON.
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Re: Dug another Killer 1870's Hole.

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Post by Leon » Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:56 pm

Then Dug this KILLER Geo Norris from Detroit. As far as my research tells me it may be the only one known to exist in a 1870's (or any year) Amber Blob Top Quart. :shock: :razz: :mrgreen:
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Re: Dug another Killer 1870's Hole.

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Post by Leon » Sun Nov 11, 2018 1:50 am

Vic, with 2 1870's blob Beer Quarts. LEON.
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