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The donated bottle display that I spoke of at the national show

The donated bottle display that I spoke of at the national show 17 August 2017 Hi Ferdinand: These photo’s are of the permanent display that I assembled for the East Hartford Public Library with the help of many collectors on … Continue reading

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Was there really a Dr. Robertson?

Was there really a Dr. Robertson?  30 August 2014 Read: Check these T. W. Dyott bottles out! Read: Dyottville Glass I received an original newsprint copy from Carl T. Hotkowski of the Connecticut Mirror (Hartford) from Monday, June 26, 1820. Within that newspaper … Continue reading

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Singing along at Dyottville Glass Works

For a number of reasons I have been searching through old Philadelphia directories searching for information. I couldn’t help but to get side tracked on Dyottville Glass Works again and in particular on a series of ‘rosy’ comments that paint … Continue reading

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Civil War era Dyottville Embossed Cylinder Bottles

[PRG” Incoming email and material related to the Class of 1846 – West Point Bottle post] “Hi. This is just an FYI. There are at least two more Dyottville cylinder whiskeys out there with seals. One says in script letters ELS. … Continue reading

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Glass Works and Glass Factories – Hell on Earth?

To a little sand, a little alkali, and a little limestone, add considerable heat and a still greater amount of skill, might be taken as a brief recipe for the manufacture of a glass bottle. Popular Science Monthly/Volume 36/December 1889/Glass-Making … Continue reading

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