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    Posted 10 years ago

    AQUA69
    (3 items)

    These were found in Grass Valley. I'm thinking Olive Oil but they could be Barber, or Apothecary bottles as well. Has anyone ever seen anything like them?

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    Honolulu T H HI Hawaii Territory Amber colored Hutchinson bottle Hutch HT 0011.9
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    1. Millie007, 9 years ago
      I think these are called an onion bottle.
    2. ahanshew21 ahanshew21, 9 years ago
      False there not "Onion Bottles" there Chesnut Flasks.. onion bottles are more short and a lot fatter ... the necks are different as well Sorry.. I would love to have these ! nice color
    3. ahanshew21 ahanshew21, 9 years ago
      Chestnut
    4. ahanshew21 ahanshew21, 9 years ago
      If your still around the site please contact me, send me a txt or email 540 679 1155 / Aaron Hanshew
    5. AQUA69, 8 years ago
      Aaron, do you think these are Fire Grenades or Barber bottles? I thought flasks were thinner so they can be carried in your pocket. Anyway, the tallest of the two is 8.5". the shorter one is 7.25". In all my years of collecting, I've never seen anything like them, and yes, the colors are great!

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