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    Posted 10 years ago

    Joann
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    This bottle is 13 inches tall and has raised lettering on it Keokuk Pickle Company, Iowa. I have corresponded with the library in Keokuk and verified the company did exist. The bottle was given to me 22 years ago by a collector who stated it was one of 6 bottles in existance and he had the other 5.

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    1. RonM RonM, 10 years ago
      Nice bottle,they must have been some skinny pickles back then.
    2. Joann, 10 years ago
      I'm not even sure it was a pickle bottle. Maybe relish?
    3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      Thanks for sharing, can''t add anything that the other site you went to didn't.
    4. mammi mammi, 10 years ago
      Pickle factories were plentiful in that area (I live in a nearby community). It's a very nice bottle. What a lucky find!
    5. guitarist, 6 years ago
      I also have a Keokuk Pickle Co. bottle. Mine is a slender square bottle of about the same dimensions, has a cork stopper, but it might be a later model because it has a paper label on it with a picture of an Indian in a headdress with the name Keokuk Pickle Co. About fifty years ago my grandfather gave me a box of old shotgun reloading tools and the bottle was in the box filled with black gunpowder.

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