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PAISLEY SNAIL IN THE BOTTLE CASE D STEVENSON GLEN LANE BOTTLE

Posted By diggingrenfrewshire 4/9/2016 10:16:30 AM
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 Posted 4/9/2016 10:16:30 AM
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Ok first of all, I'm a newbie to this site, digging 2 years now, around Renfrewshire, though id post about this particular bottle, and the manufacturer, lots of info about it online, being such a huge part of law history, i have only one of these bottle at the moment, just wondering how rare they really are, and start a wee topic on local west of Scotland bottles, stoneware gingers etc! i have a few pics of this exact bottle....... I had to attach the file, it was taking too long to upload image.
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Welcome to the forumSmile. Some of the lads and ladies here do normally have some feedback with questions, but with 'local' beer bottles, its the local diggers/collectors to you, that will have the answers to this one.

Its probably a beer, but the Scottish whiskeys tend to look the same on occasion. It looks to be from the 1890 - 1910 period , but that's just general knowledge. If you need finite information, then you may find it in a Commercial directory of the period, either on-line or in your local library. Local information is gathered over a long period of digging or collecting, so try and seek out a Glasgow digger who has been at this game for years.Wink

good luckWink

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