Old Bottles From Dahlonega Region

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Old Bottles From Dahlonega Region
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This item SOLD at 2018 Mar 18 @ 08:31UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Historical bottles from the Georgia mining region. Approximately 25 bottles dating from the 1870s through approximately 1915 found in the Georgia mining region around the Dahlonega region. The group includes three black glass ales from the early 1870s; about five whiskey bottles, a number of aqua medicine bottles and other related pieces. A few of the medicines and cures are embossed, which includes Dr. Rogers liverwort tar; Fellows and Co. chemists out of St. John; a Payne's celery compound; and a square clear whiskey from Chattanooga, Tennessee (best bottle here by far). Please inspect. We consider these bottles in average condition, a few with chips, a nice group. It's interesting to note that in the California, Nevada, and Colorado gold regions bottles are commonplace. But in the mining camps of parts of the Appalachian gold belt, clay or ceramic containers seem to be more common than mainstream bottles. (Al Adams Gold Rush Memorabilia Collection) Date: Location: Georgia HWAC# 57967 PLEASE ASK CONDITION QUESTIONS BEFORE BIDDING. ALL BOTTLE SALES FINAL.