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Celebrated Crown Bitters – F. Chevalier Sole Agent

Celebrated Crown Stomach Bitters – F. Chevalier Sole Agent 17 January 2016 Here is a nice connection with whiskey and bitters bottles submitted by FOHBC Treasurer, Gary Beatty. I worked on the pictures a little bit to work with the post. … Continue reading

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Look What I Found!

Look What I Found! Pam Selenak 30 June 2014 So we stopped at an antique shop on the way to the Reno Antique Bottle show and Randy and I saw this demijohn case. Although it had Pacific Coast Glass Works … Continue reading

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Old Warwick Aromatic Tonic Bitters – New York

OLD WARWICK AROMATIC TONIC BITTERS J. E. WYLIE & CO. – NEW YORK HEALTHFUL   REFRESHING   STRENGTHENING 03 October 2013 The incredible Old Warwick Aromatic Tonic Bitters label pictured at the top of this page was sent in by … Continue reading

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Starting at the “Bottom” – The English Royal Privy

The privy and privy chamber were under the control of a minor official called the Groom of the Stool, or stole. STARTING AT THE ”BOTTOM” How the cleaners of English Royalty’s privies became among their most trusted advisers English Castles … Continue reading

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