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i got these with a bunch of other of my great uncles liquor. i drank alot of the bourbon. man was it some good stuff. anyway i m trying to figure out what year these are. 1944 45 46 0r what. he did go to hawaii he did serve in the navy during ww2. anyway they are realy nice shape and pretty cool to look at. no plans on opening these puppys. hope you enjoy the picks. any information would be great. thank you.

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  1. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 3 years ago
    I am thinking the sixties because of the way they are packaged, I don't think they used styrofoam packaging in the forties. Still great that they survived. How many years did your uncle put in the military?
  2. logansportdon, 3 years ago
    my uncle retired out of the navy. i only get the information from my mother. she said he got them during the war. thats all i know. have asked her several times. she says same thing. uncle roy is now passed so cant ask him. sure wish i could. thank you for your comment.
  3. logansportdon, 3 years ago
    just found where polystyrene was discovered in the 1800s. it has been in use every since. i am not set in stone on my tubes. they sure are hard enough to timeline. i guess the old mr boston records have burnt up. i cant get any info from naval museums either.
  4. Duke2357, 1 year ago
    I have one of these tubes it is the one with whiskey in it. Mine has a wisconsin liquor label on it and it don't have the navy tag on it. I took it to an appraiser and he said it was from the 1920s and it was worth 200+

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