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need help with beer stein mark for elderly neighbor, they said Germany, 3 Replies

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Silver Metal Navajo Style Bracelet with Turquoise Stones Signed JM 13 Replies

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16 watercolor prints in bow tie binding 1917 "Paris girls" 5 Replies

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Stained Glass windows after William Morris/Philip Webb 8 Replies

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cased glass vases 16 Replies

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Here's that Bumpy Vase Michael.. 5 Replies

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Old Redware Pottery Vase Marked LK 6 Replies

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Antique Display Case 3 Replies

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Old Suchard bisquit?/money tin 13 Replies

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Windsor chair 8 Replies

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Comment by Molly on June 2, 2018 at 10:20pm

Vicki, Tom, and Dianne,

I love hearing from you.  I actually lost my key fob from my new car in ONE of my bottle I ended up searching through a good many of them...I FOUND IT!  Thank goodness...these silly new things cost $180 to replace...Tech Gadgets! :(

I found Vernors(Detroit), Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Blatz, Goebel, Faygo(Detroit), Orange Crush, Coors, Miller, etc.  Not only drinks, but so many medicine bottles with cities indicated...TONS of condiments, spices, household products...metal/lead toys...cowboys, Indians, WWI soldiers, WWII soldiers, planes, cars(rubber, lead, plastic, aluminum), OOOOLLLLLDDDDD tools, cigar tins, other tins, nautical instruments, insulators, gauges, micrometers, some coins, and MORE....

It is so bizarre, as we had this discussion about one month ago...HOW IN THE WORLD am I going to pay to have you cremated and have your estate settled if you die on me?  He pointed out all of the lead toys and antique wood furniture that held "value"....

What a pity we had to deal with all of this "talk" so seriously and so quickly.

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Comment by tomsantiquesetcetera on June 1, 2018 at 3:23pm

Long way from you, but there is a collector of bottles, jars, glass, etc. that I've dealt with who is HONEST. Name is Randy Empson, in SW Idaho, (208) 740-0178.  He also buys old tools. Far as I know he is a collector, not a reseller. He likes them embossed and coloreds.

Bottles and  jars are hard to sell. My sis gave me 6 boxes of misc glass jars, etc. to sell 50/50 in 2003. I sold 3 of them. One day a year ago I called Randy  and he bought them all for $30. (My price to get rid of them).

Comment by vicki hufstetler on June 1, 2018 at 12:45am

well Molly, We used to have a bottle collector group here, but sadly, it fizzled out. Glass Hounds group hasn't been real active lately, but we still have some very knowledgable folks that may be able to help you. Plus, I'd love to see your collection anyways! So post away, if you'd like to! :)

Comment by Molly on May 31, 2018 at 10:05am

Thank you so much, Vicki!

I looked at Glass Hounds but there was no "bottle" category, so I thought I was out of luck.  I do not do Facebook, but you have given me a great amount of information to get going with.  If there are people in the group that would be interested in any of this, let me know and I will post pictures, etc.

Thanks again ;-)

Comment by vicki hufstetler on May 30, 2018 at 2:12pm

Hey Molly, Are you in Detroit to? I think I've got an answer for you to, on the bottle collection. I'm very sorry to hear of your friends passing though, very sad indeed. :(

Go to  - I highly recommend these people, they also sell EAPG glass from major collectors and I think there is a Bottle collector society affiliated with them.

Also this is a good resource to figure out what you've got:

and, LOL I stumbled upon a bottle collector group on FB too. Here it is:

Keep us posted! I love the really old and interesting ones, feel free to post on Glass Hounds too!

Comment by Molly on May 30, 2018 at 9:19am


My good friend just passed away and left me his entire bottle collection.  Apothecary, soda, beer, whiskey, jugs, jars, milk, etc.  Can anyone tell me where would be the best place to find out about who would appreciate these, where I could sell them, find out their history, etc in the Detroit area?  I live in a very small house that is completely filled with my own "treasures" and cannot imagine what to do with cases and cases of glass.

Thank you

Comment by Marianne Whitley on May 13, 2018 at 11:51am

Comment by Marianne Whitley on May 13, 2018 at 11:48am

Comment by Marianne Whitley on May 13, 2018 at 11:45am

Hey there!

I have two necklaces that i need help with. They're both 925 Silver. The cross pendant has stamped on the back 925 and X1. The other link necklace has 925 and a stamp that looks like a crown and something else.  I woul love to know what stones are being used.  CZ possibly. Both items were bought in Germany. 

Thanks a bunch!


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