- Ok, since nobody seems to know what it is, let me propose two hypotheses: (1) it s a glue applicator (i.e. quick stick), or (2) and oil applicator for generalMessage 1 of 1102 , Oct 3, 2000View SourceOk, since nobody seems to know what it is, let me
propose two hypotheses: (1) it's a glue applicator (i.e.
quick stick), or (2) and oil applicator for general
household use. <br><br>Actually, I have no clue, but though
it might be fun to venture a guess.<br><br>Pontil
- ... a1950s general store and on the wall is a dr pepper cap with 10,2,4 on itMessage 1102 of 1102 , Mar 2 7:14 PMView Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Gerald Rector
>a1950s general store and on the wall is a dr pepper cap with 10,2,4
> --- garrett helms <read_red_black@...> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, BSassy2
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Very disappointed in the dig...there were lots of
> > > little spots where people had dumped, but too
> > recent for
> > > any good finds, just recyclable soda bottles and
> > > junk. I did find one "no deposit no return" Dr.
> > Pepper
> > > bottle...haven't seen one of those in years. It's
> > clear and has
> > > the circle with 10-2-4 in it. If anyone knows the
> > > date on this, please leave me a message. Better
> > luck
> > > next time....
> > >
> > this bottles were around in the mid 1950's
> > Howdy,
> I thought the DR Peppers were a little later like
> the mid 60s up to about 1970.
> >i have two of the same bottles and a picture that is dipicting
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