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    Posted 9 years ago

    SoftHutch
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    The only referance to the ink is in Pitsburg Gazette Jan. 2, 1836. No Bottle info. The ink was distributed by John I. Kay & Co. Pittsburg, PA. The ink was produced by Charles Terry, (late Walker, Darby, & Terry). London, England. Terrys or Terry's Copying Ink.

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    1. SoftHutch, 9 years ago
      Thank you for you evaluation. I looked at the referance given and it refered to a 9" version of this bottle. The height of the one I have is only 5". Is there an instance known about the 5" version?

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