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Detroit Demolition Find.

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Post by Leon » Fri Apr 12, 2019 8:45 pm

Past couple of days been climbing under old house crawlspaces of Abandoned house looking for old cans & bottles. I did get a real nice bottle today. got a few bottles under a few different house's but this McBride Earl & Pollard Hutch Bottle by far the best. Attic mint with mint intact Hutchinson Stopper. Probably dates between 1900-1910 roughly. Could be 1890's but no later then 1910. LEON.

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Very nice find. Did you have someone watching your back?
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Post by Leon » Fri Apr 12, 2019 10:24 pm

NO, I don't need anybody watching my back. You gotta be aware of your surroundings at all times, people pop up from outa know where. LEON.
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Post by Diamond State Boy » Sat Apr 13, 2019 1:22 am

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Post by BrooklynBeer » Sat Apr 13, 2019 9:35 am

Anyone ever wonder what guys in the 1850's collected and what happened to their collections ? My grandfather and his father each collected coins which put things back into the 1880's. I still have some. They also collected tobacco cards.

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Post by canhawk » Sat Apr 13, 2019 12:29 pm

Do you know if this Hutch held water or soda? Are there beer Hutchinsons?
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Post by OhioCanGuy » Sat Apr 13, 2019 12:30 pm

BrooklynBeer wrote:
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Anyone ever wonder what guys in the 1850's collected and what happened to their collections ? My grandfather and his father each collected coins which put things back into the 1880's. I still have some. They also collected tobacco cards.
That's an interesting thought.

My grandfather had a paper route for several years as a kid during the great depression, circa 1930's. Back then, apparently, Indian head penny's would pop up in change somewhat frequently like wheat back penny's used to say 20 years ago (and still do occasionally). He saved them and I now have them. Over 100 of them.
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Post by canman65 » Sat Apr 13, 2019 12:53 pm

Nice work LEON! Stay safe and keep on crawling!

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Post by Brent Gesland » Sat Apr 13, 2019 1:37 pm

Great find Leon...…

So what kind of value would these bottles have? The only reason I ask is I am clueless on bottles and just a can collector....Please inform me as it might be something I should look for....

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Post by pinnacle-project » Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:06 pm

BrooklynBeer wrote:
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Anyone ever wonder what guys in the 1850's collected and what happened to their collections ? My grandfather and his father each collected coins which put things back into the 1880's. I still have some. They also collected tobacco cards.
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Post by mrlager428 » Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:17 pm

Leon those Bottles are Awesome!...There so Cool! :smt023
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Post by Leon » Sun Apr 14, 2019 12:59 am

canhawk wrote:
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Do you know if this Hutch held water or soda? Are there beer Hutchinsons?

I'm about 99% sure all Hutches contained Soda but a small amount may of contained Mineral Water & other miscellaneous like Birch Beer, Ginger Beer, Root Beer, Cider, ect, ect. Even though a small amount of Hutches where made by Breweries & say Brewery right on bottle & I have a couple of those I've been told by a Hutch Specialist/Expert that they never contained Beer. LEON.
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Brent Gesland wrote:
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Great find Leon...…

So what kind of value would these bottles have? The only reason I ask is I am clueless on bottles and just a can collector....Please inform me as it might be something I should look for....

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Brent, Usually they average around $10-$30. For some reason Alaska Hutches & Hutches that say Territory Instead of just the states name & a few others will easily get over $100 & some over $500. The good thing is I could buy a super Rare one of a kind or only known Michigan hutch for $100 while the same one of a kind Michigan can, can cost you Thousands. LEON.
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Post by Leon » Sun Apr 14, 2019 1:08 am

Some day I'm going find a whole case of Mint but Dusty Regals in there original cardboard case box laying under a house. Or that's the Plan. LEON.
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Post by Leon » Sun Apr 14, 2019 1:13 am

Pic of the original Hutchinson Spring Stopper intact in the top of Bottle. No rust on the metal spring stopper (unusual) & Rubber Stopper 100% mint & intact like new. Very Unusual. LEON.
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Very nice find. Did you have someone watching your back?
Have you met Leon?!?!? The locals are probably freaking out about seeing him coming to the hood......
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kamsquared wrote:
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Very nice find. Did you have someone watching your back?
Have you met Leon?!?!? The locals are probably freaking out about seeing him coming to the hood......

I'm not that ugly. I believe I met Chuck at Frankenmuth can show about 10+ years ago. LEON.
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kamsquared wrote:
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Very nice find. Did you have someone watching your back?
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I had the pleasure of meeting Leon at Frankenmuth back around 2000. He is a strikingly hansom man.
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Thanks for the Compliment ;)
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For those who have not met Leon, here is a recent picture taken while he was dumping in the slums of Detroit. Nobody messes with him. :razz:


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Leon wrote:
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My post WAS a compliment!! Leon is a bad mother trucker!!
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I always thought he was a caveman!

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kamsquared wrote:
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Thanks for the Compliment ;)
My post WAS a compliment!! Leon is a bad mother trucker!!

NO, I was saying Thanks to Chuck. He called me Hansome :smt006
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I always thought he was a caveman!
Yep, this is the real Leon. That other guy is an imposter.
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Post by Conehead » Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:01 pm

Outstanding find Leon! I love all the bottles you turf up.

I always wanted to dig one of those privy's.

Here in Logan they just took out a half dozen turn of the century houses on the main street. I wondered if there could have been some good stuff on the lots. There's going to be a large hotel placed there so we'll never know.

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Conehead wrote:
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Outstanding find Leon! I love all the bottles you turf up.

I always wanted to dig one of those privy's.

Here in Logan they just took out a half dozen turn of the century houses on the main street. I wondered if there could have been some good stuff on the lots. There's going to be a large hotel placed there so we'll never know.

Jim

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Leon wrote:
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Did you look. LEON.
No, no time. It was also fenced off.
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Post by Leon » Tue Apr 16, 2019 10:37 pm

Wow, I'm on a roll, Friday after work got the attic mint Hutch & then come Monday after Work I rescue Cobalt Blue Hutch from it's 100+ year old resting spot. From a old Lot that had it's house torn down like 6 months ago. They never filled the hole in yet. Figured I'd recheck hoping the rain has wash out some bottles from the dirt & it did. LEON.

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Post by canman65 » Sat Apr 20, 2019 11:16 am

That is a really cool bottle, LEON.

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Post by Leon » Sat Apr 20, 2019 9:05 pm

That Blue one will go good with my other Blue ones. I got a similar one with the same Transition top but it's a darker blue, this one a lighter blue. LEON.

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